- Custom Development
If you are using Rigid 0.1, please refer to the FlexSEA-Rigid 0.1 Connectors page. On v0.2 the expansion connector was flipped to expose the lock (easier to connect/disconnect) and the Strain and Angle connectors have been replaced by Pico-Clasp equivalents instead of PicoBlade. As a result, only one crimp tool is needed.
On Rigid 0.2 the programming ports use different connectors. Ex and Re have 0.5mm FFC connectors while Mn, the most often programmed microcontroller, has a more robust 1mm FFC connector. They use different Programming Adapters.
First and foremost, all of the information above is true for both 0.2 and 0.2B. 0.2B is a minor update of 0.2 done at the end of 2019. If you buy an ActPack in 2019 (especially as part of the Open Source Leg project) that's what you will get. The main differences are:
On the following picture we have an ActPack 0.2B with the cover installed, and a bare Rigid 0.2B (no motor, no cover). When the cover is installed the user cannot access the Reg, UI and Ex connectors. All other connectors are accessible via openings in the cover.
And now a view from the bottom:
Notes for OSL clients: