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This document illustrates how to interface the Nu Multi and XR Pickup with the Internal Breakout Board.

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I. Internal Breakout Board Pinout

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STEP 1: First, unlock the CH 1-4 FPC receptacle by pulling up the actuator.

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 STEP 2: Then, unlock the CH 5-8 FPC receptacle by pulling up the actuator.

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Note: The FPC head connector for the Internal Breakout is different from the FPC head connector for Nu Multi. Use the images below for comparison

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Left – Breakout Board, Right – Nu Multi

STEP 3: Now insert the FPC Cable into the CH 1-4 FPC receptacle. Note the proper FPC head connector for the Internal Breakout. (See above information.)

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STEP 4:. Lock the FPC receptacle by snapping down the actuator.

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STEP 5:  Next, insert the FPC Cable into the CH 5-8 FPC receptacle. Note the proper FPC head connector for the Internal Breakout. (See above information.)

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STEP 6: Lastly, lock the FPC receptacle by snapping down the actuator.

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FINISH: The final configuration should be like the picture below:

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II. Nu Multi

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STEP 1: Unlock the FPC receptacles on the Nu Multi by pulling up the actuators.

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STEP 2: Insert the free end of the CH 1-4 FPC cable into the Nu Multi CH 1-4 receptacle. Note the proper FPC head connector for Nu Multi. (See above information.)

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STEP 3. Next, repeat the process with the CH 5-8 FPC cable and receptacle. Note the proper FPC head connector for Nu Multi. (See above information.)

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FINISH: The final configuration should be like the picture below:

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III. XR to Internal Breakout (Optional)

NOTE: For this setup, the XR pickup cable will be used.

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STEP 1: First, insert the connector into the XR pickup header (single-width or full-width Active only). Use the small molded triangle (highlighted in the picture below) as reference for the proper orientation.

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STEP 2: Now, insert the other end of the cable into Internal Breakout header. Again, use the small molded triangle as reference for the proper orientation of the cable.

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FINISH: The final configuration should be like the picture below:

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