Oh how beautiful it is to hear the USB device detection sound as Windows recognizes a brand new board design. :dance: :dance:
I just got my G120 based prototype board up and running! (Had to share with someone who would appreciate it. The wife doesn’t quite understand. )
I/O options to the terminals are set using solder jumpers on the back of the board.
4 - 24Vdc, 100mA sinking outputs
4 - 24Vdc Inputs
2 - 12bit Analog Input, 0-10Vdc (I2C ADC)
2 - 12bit Analog Output, 0-5Vdc (I2C DAC)
1 - RS485
1 - RS232
1 - CAN
3 - Gadgeteer Sockets (AIKUX, AITX, PSUY)
256 byte EEPROM with preprogrammed MAC address.
Solder pads are available for a 2nd RS232 and USB Host.
2mm dual row header has Vin, +5, +3.3, CAN2, SPI3, I2C, COM2(RX,TX,RTS,CTS), RTC Battery, 12Bit Analog Input.
Once this board is proven I have plans to add some matching boards.
-120Vac Power Supply
Next step, check out Turnkey Assembly . . . .