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Author: Paul Bartlett (bartleph)
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Hello,
I recently bought a dev board with a Cyclone II EP2C8T144C8N FPGA 
onboard. It is marked 'ACB2CA v1.2' on the reverse. Unfortunately the 
seller did not include any information. It has a row of 20x2 Pins down 
each side of the board but has no pin numbering. I wonder if anyone has 
a schematic or has worked out the pin numbering?

Author: Visitor_in_the_dark (Guest)
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Hello again,
Can you upload two pictures of dev board here to upload (sharpen front- 
and backside and frame filled please)?
Then maybe an identification is possible.
Did you ever used google picture search?

Author: Paul Bartlett (bartleph)
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Hi,
Here are a couple of quick Photos from my mobile phone.. Thank you.

Author: Visitor_in_the_dark (Guest)
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Please look here:
http://www.wayengineer.com/digiasic-fpga-altera-ep...
Download Link down on page is dead, but here is an email adress top on 
page (service@wayengineer.com).
Good luck to you.

Author: Paul Bartlett (bartleph)
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What a star man..that worked a treat and the nice people at wayengineer 
were so helpful..got the schematic but couldnt get my project 
working...until I realised the 50Mhz clock in was on pin 88 not pin 17 
as the EP2C5 dev boards. All working fine now..Thanks for your help..

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