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Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Arduino to planet fuser

Here's how I plan to wire the fuser board to my Diecimila:

[Apologies to some viewers: I've just looked here using IE7 and the diagram is flummoxed. Adjust the font size downwards and things will look a little better]


Target - atmega32
____ ____
| pb0 =| U |= pa0 | bs2
| 1 =| |=
/ | 2 =| |=
DATA | 3 =| |=
\ | 4 =| |=
| 5 =| |=
| 6 =| |=
| 7 =| |=
reset =| |= aref
vcc =| |= gnd
gnd =| |= avcc
=| |=
xtal1 | xtal1 =| |=
pd0 =| |=
rdy/~bsy | 1 =| |=
~oe | 2 =| |=
~wr | 3 =| |=
bs1 | 4 =| |=
xa0 | 5 =| |=
xa1 | 6 =|_________|= pd7 | pagel




Diecimila - pin assignment

ANA-IN5 |o| DATA5
4 |o| 4
3 |o| 3
2 |o| 2
1 |o| 1
0 |o| 0

D0 [rx] |o| -
1 [tx] |o| -
2 |o| xtal1
3 |o| rdy/~bsy
4 |o| ~oe
5 |o| ~wr
6 |o| DATA6
7 |o| DATA7

D8 |o| bs1
9 |o| xa0
10 |o| xa1
11 |o| bs2
12 |o| pagel
13 |o| juice
gnd |o| -
aref |o| -


The power switching is going to be implemented identically to how ChaN implements his. I'm lazy that way! Which is to say, The Good Way. Why reinvent?!

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