Started by AES Wind, August 27, 2009, 01:07:45 PM
Quote from: gman on November 16, 2009, 12:47:36 PMD'OH! I looked at your drawings bassackwards. I usually have 40 to 80 pin connectors that are like what you describe except they all start and one end, and I do what I said in my earlier message and that is to teach each individual pin so that after I set pin 1, and the prober moves to the next pin which it thinks is pin 2, I move it to where pin 2 actually is and set that; then repeat the process. You pretty much have to click set and save with a 1 pin group for each pin. This is way time consuming but until there's another setup for the prober software to realize the pins are not in DIP orientation but in an alternating style, then I guess do what you're doing if it works... somewhat. No help at all, huh?