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CC3000 Pin assignments


#1

I’m trying to help out with the debug of the cc3000 module and am wiring to a cerb40…
What are the pin assignments for the cc3000 so i can wire it up correctly?
Does the module use 5 or 3.3 v?
i know
pin 9 is clk
pin 8 is MISO
pin 7 is MOSI
as for the rest i’m not sure
thanks


#2

No answer - Must be a trade secret :wink:


#3

guess so just trying to help out with testing out the driver.
got it working on 2 Adafruit boards but no response on the GHI one so i’m sure i have it wired it up wrong.hoping to test the firmware update for Valkyrie-MT but the Adafruit already has the current firmware


#4

How are you able to determine the firmware version?

I’ve tried to connect my Adafruit to my Cerbuino and can’t get anywhere. How are you powering it? I was using the 5v pin from the socket.


#5

@ mhectorgato

@ Valkyrie-MT sent me his latest driver that updates the firmware and it is responding with

SP Version is 0.6.1.19.
i could not get the default pins to work so i tried these pins in a cerb40

  wifi = new CC3000Driver((Cpu.Pin)7, (Cpu.Pin)8, (Cpu.Pin)32, SPI.SPI_module.SPI1);

I am also using external 5v power from a wall wort.


#6

@ GHI could you please supply the answer to this?


#7

@ MikeCormier

Sorry about the delay, the module does not use 5V. It is only connected with 3.3V.


#8

@ Aaron thanks.
how about the other pin assignments?


#9

@ MikeCormier

The module requires an IRQ pin on pin 3 and any GPIO on Pin 4. Pin 5 is not connected.


#10

@ Aaron
thanks 1 last question is pin 6 CS or and vben 4 or is CS pin 4 and VBEN not used?


#11

Thanks … maybe my issues are related to the power coming form the Cerbuino.