Schematic Diagram & PCB Layout request

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imslee100
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Mon Dec 05, 2016 4:05 am

Hello.

I need Schematic Diagram & PCB Layout to get certificate KC.

Please provide both information as jpg or pdf file.

Thank you.

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Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:51 am

imslee100 wrote:Hello.

I need Schematic Diagram & PCB Layout to get certificate KC.

Please provide both information as jpg or pdf file.

Thank you.
Unfortunately I'm not at liberty to release this information at this time.
Perhaps if you need a specific area I can release that - what do you need?
Alternatively I would suggest contacting lattepanda@outlook.com for more information.
Enjoy Tinkering with LattePanda ! :lol:

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adtosse
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Wed Apr 05, 2017 4:42 pm

Hi,

No where can i find anything about how the ATMEGA 32 is connected to the main CPU?? Does anyone have a diagram on the ATMAGA part ??or at least a usable blockdiagram ?
I dont use Arduino, but avrstudio, I want to progran the ATMEGA to control some CCTALK products, and use the WIN10 to make a GUI .
The ATMAGA is programed in my shop from an external pc, via the 6 pin isp connector.
I want to use the ATMEGA as a copyprotection, and make it do all the comunication with the peripherals(CCTALK)
As the only uart on the ATMEGA is being used for comunikation with the main cpu i would have to use a soft uart to do the job.
On the 10 pin connector is another uart "UART_GNSS" how to access that ?? and what is the voltage levels on that?

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Lutz
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Wed Apr 05, 2017 4:54 pm

The Arduino is an "Arduino Leonardo" connected to the LattePanda-PC via an internal USB. You will find it in the windows device manager as COM4 or COM5.

"UART_GNSS" is a serial port of the XC8300, the voltage level is 1.8V. Its COM1 in windows device manager.
But : http://www.lattepanda.com/forum/viewtop ... =995#p4361

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Juank
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Tue Dec 12, 2017 4:45 pm

Can I use pines d9, d10 and d11 simultaneously? How?

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ED209
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Mon Dec 18, 2017 10:16 am

Juank wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 4:45 pm
Can I use pines d9, d10 and d11 simultaneously? How?
Yes. Why not? Just program them using Arduino IDE? What do you mean how?
Tell us more details about what do you do? Then we can help.

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Robert_d1968
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Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:13 am

I'm not interested in Playing with Arduino "C" IDE.
I write a lot of firmware for a lot of different atmel avr's most of the time I use my Jtag Ice MK 2 over the ISP port for programming them.

In this case with the LattePanda you have a pdf with the pinouts of the panda, However I'm not using Arduino's IDE to write programs in.

I need something that shows what pins of the AKA "Arduino" (ATMEGA23U4) that are in use and something that states how you communicate with it. IE. after I have programmed it it lets say I want it to spit out some information about a port state to the serial port.

I want it to communicate over the same serial port used to program it with the Arduino IDE, as I will have some custom programs I have written in need of that information.

Where my I find the baud rate, stop bits and parity that you use? There needs to be a manual made for the LattePanda with the technical
information in it, How else can the engineers use this effectively?

In other words what I/O on the ATMEGE23U4 is in use now?

Robert

PS I did take note of a post above that states " it will show up as a comport" Ok that's enough info to solve the communication problem.
But what frequency is the crystal set at? This way I can setup the Atmel's baud rate correctly.

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ED209
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Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:37 am

Robert_d1968 wrote:
Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:13 am
I'm not interested in Playing with Arduino "C" IDE.
I write a lot of firmware for a lot of different atmel avr's most of the time I use my Jtag Ice MK 2 over the ISP port for programming them.

In this case with the LattePanda you have a pdf with the pinouts of the panda, However I'm not using Arduino's IDE to write programs in.

I need something that shows what pins of the AKA "Arduino" (ATMEGA23U4) that are in use and something that states how you communicate with it. IE. after I have programmed it it lets say I want it to spit out some information about a port state to the serial port.

I want it to communicate over the same serial port used to program it with the Arduino IDE, as I will have some custom programs I have written in need of that information.

Where my I find the baud rate, stop bits and parity that you use? There needs to be a manual made for the LattePanda with the technical
information in it, How else can the engineers use this effectively?

In other words what I/O on the ATMEGE23U4 is in use now?

Robert

PS I did take note of a post above that states " it will show up as a comport" Ok that's enough info to solve the communication problem.
But what frequency is the crystal set at? This way I can setup the Atmel's baud rate correctly.
That sounds like some professional questions about the microcontroller. As I know, most of Arduino comes with 16MHz crystal. And the default baud rate of LattePanda onboard Arduino should be 115200 bps because they pre-programmed a Firmata protocol from Arduino ecosystem, which uses 115200 bps for communication.

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