Help broke my pcie connector on the mother board.
#1
Sad 
Hello,

I broke the hinge of the pcie nvme connector on the motherboard!

Now i'm seaching for a replacement part.

On the wiki the connector is referenced as U7001 and in the schematics as U7001 / BL102-G35-1FR

Is there someone on the forum who can tell me the (digi-key) partnumber is? Any partnumber of a suplier is ok. 


Sorry for my crappy english not my native language


Grtz, Ron
#2
Hi Ron,

I'll try and track down what component this is tomorrow. I couldn't find anything on this part number online, so I will take a look tomorrow with my microscope.
In the meantime, tape should hold it down pretty well. Blu-tack might also work well.

I'll let you know if/when I find the part.
#3
I couldn't find anything online either. Which is another reason why we need a BOM.
#4
(02-02-2020, 01:23 PM)zaius Wrote: I couldn't find anything online either.  Which is another reason why we need a BOM.

Yes,

And should by easy auto generated with the schematic / pcb design software :-)
#5
(02-02-2020, 01:37 PM)roncromberge Wrote: And should by easy auto generated with the schematic / pcb design software :-)

True, but even if that weren't the case, Pine would still need one to order parts.
#6
(02-02-2020, 01:46 PM)zaius Wrote:
(02-02-2020, 01:37 PM)roncromberge Wrote: And should by easy auto generated with the schematic / pcb design software :-)

True, but even if that weren't the case, Pine would still need one to order parts.

Let's hope they get/got one!
#7
(02-02-2020, 01:49 PM)roncromberge Wrote:
(02-02-2020, 01:46 PM)zaius Wrote:
(02-02-2020, 01:37 PM)roncromberge Wrote: And should by easy auto generated with the schematic / pcb design software :-)

True, but even if that weren't the case, Pine would still need one to order parts.

Let's hope they get/got one!

I do feel that it would be in the spirit of the PBP to release the BOM, so people can do self-repairs more easily.
#8
(02-01-2020, 01:14 PM)roncromberge Wrote: Hello,

I broke the hinge of the pcie nvme connector on the motherboard!

Now i'm seaching for a replacement part.

On the wiki the connector is referenced as U7001 and in the schematics as U7001 / BL102-G35-1FR

Is there someone on the forum who can tell me the (digi-key) partnumber is? Any partnumber of a suplier is ok. 


Sorry for my crappy english not my native language


Grtz, Ron

https://www.digikey.com/en/resources/con...connectors
#9
I haven't yet gotten to it. If I can't find the part number I'll try to measure the connector on all sides with a calliper so we can find a compatible connector.
#10
(02-03-2020, 07:45 PM)Natrox Wrote: I haven't yet gotten to it. If I can't find the part number I'll try to measure the connector on all sides with a calliper so we can find a compatible connector.

So, no part number on the board, but I did get all the dimensions.

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I searched on Digi-Key, but could not find a bottom-pin connector that was compatible. There was only a top-pin connector that seemed viable, and though I suppose you could bend the ribbon cable inwards to make it work like that, it's not a better solution to your problem. I've also checked Mouser and Farnell - nothing. 

If you wish to look yourself, check for 35 pin 0.25mm FPC connectors with contacts on bottom. If you manage to find one, lemme know!

I wish you the best of luck.


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