This is the documentation page for the SPI_7FETs board.
- 1 Overview
- 2 Assembly instructions
- 3 External resources
- 4 Additional software
- 5 Pinout
- 6 Power connector
- 7 jumper settings
- 8 Programming
- 9 The software
- 10 Default operation
- 11 Future hardware enhancements
- 12 Future software enhancements
- 13 Changelog
About 1A per output should be possible. Maximum voltage is 20V.
You will have to provide your own protection circuits if you are going to drive inductive loads (like a motor).
The connector SV2 allows you to connect the "powersource".
If you want 5V as the powersource, you could put a jumper on pin 2-3. In that case you will have to be aware that you're using the 5V power from the rest of the system. This will be limited by e.g. USB power limits, other devices on the SPI bus, cable thickness and connector capability. But for low-current 5V applications this might be useful.
See solder jumpers on how to change the solder jumper.
Future hardware enhancements
Future software enhancements
TODO: write a library to make handling this board easy.
- Initial public release