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Revision as of 16:08, 9 December 2015

The DIO breakout board
The DIO breakout board.

This is the documentation page for the DIO_breakout .

Overview

This board enables use screw terminals to connect wires to your SPI_DIO or I2C_DIO board.

Assembly instructions

None: the board comes fully assembled.


Related projects

DIO

Pinout

The connector at the bottom of the board is laid out as follows:

pin function
1 GND
2 IO0
3 IO1
4 IO2
5 IO3
6 IO4
7 IO5
8 IO6


the power-connector at the top of the board is laid out as follows:

pin function
1 GND
2 VCC
3 GND
4 VCC
5 GND
6 VCC
7 GND
8 VCC

The dataconnector in the middle of the board is compatible with the DIO board:

pin function
1 GND
2 VCC
3 IO0
4 IO1
5 IO2
6 IO3
7 d.n.c.
8 IO4
9 IO5
10 IO6

d.n.c. means do not connect.

jumper settings

There are no jumpers.

configurations

You can chose to have your board equipped with a 10-pin female connector that allows your board to directly fit on top of the I2C-DIO board. This would conflict with the SPI connectors so don't chose this option for an SPI_DIO.

You can chose to have your board equipped with a male 10-pin connector that allows you to connect your board with the SPI_DIO or I2C DIO using a short 10pin IDC cable.

Future hardware enhancements

may 2013: This is vaporware: hardware will be available june 2013.

Future software enhancements

Changelog

1.0

  • Initial public release