Created Sun, 31 May 2015 02:21:02 +0000 by djgardn2
Sun, 31 May 2015 02:21:02 +0000
Here is a printout that I put together to be able to tape on top of your microcontroller to display the pin numbers according to your board settings chosen while programming, either the chipKIT Pi or the DP32 (both use the same microcontroller).
This is also perfect for people that are building their own DIY PIC32 board found in this link below: [url]http://chipkit.net/diy-chipkit-board/[/url]
Your can print them on one page or print them double sided selecting 'flip on long edge' so you can just cut the paper in half saving paper. The chipKIT Pi version is on the first page and the DP32 version is on the second page. Print it out, cut it, and tape it on.
If requested I can put this together for other boards and/or I can make a colored version that I am currently working on to help decipher PWM pins, analog pins, voltage inputs, and ground.
R = MCLR
V = VDD = 3.3v
G = VSS = GND
C1 = OSC1 = crystal oscillator
C2 = OSC2 = crystal oscillator
T = Tantalum capacitor 10uF (plus side) B = VBUS L = Bootload LED output (blinks when in bootloader mode) P = Program/Bootload button input pin
Hope someone finds this useful.
See the image attached below as an example and the PDF file to print as well. Note the image below is the older version, I will update the image in the next couple of days, small changes were made adding in L & P for easier referencing, Also if you are using UECIDE you can use the newly added printout for the MAKEmicro32 that is found inside the zip folder as well with a more consistent pinout mapping. See file attached at end of post. [attachment=1]chipKIT_Pi_and_DP32_Print_Image.jpg[/attachment]
Sun, 31 May 2015 20:07:57 +0000
What are you building?
Mon, 01 Jun 2015 03:15:58 +0000
I am waiting on a new board design to come in soon and might have to post it here or in a new thread if it works well when it arrives. Hopefully it's a neat functional concept. I plan to make a printout for the new board too.
I have plans to be building various little projects in the near future and might post a few of them.
Fri, 19 Jun 2015 01:18:12 +0000
Attached in the first post is now a newly updated version of PDF files to include P & L, P for the program/bootloader button and L for the bootloader LED that blinks when you are in bootloader mode/program mode.
Newly added in the zip folder is a breadboard version pinout for the MAKEmicro32 board version. If you are using UECIDE you can use the newly added printout for the MAKEmicro32 that is found inside the zip folder as well with a more consistent pinout mapping. See file attached at end of post. To see the MAKEmicro32 board see this link [url]http://chipkit.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=3363[/url].
Printout which ever board you want, cut it out and tape it to the top of your microcontroller for easy pinout referencing for the DIY PIC32 breadboards found here [url]http://chipkit.net/diy-chipkit-board/[/url].
R = MCLR V = VDD = 3.3v G = VSS = GND C1 = OSC1 = crystal oscillator C2 = OSC2 = crystal oscillator T = Tantalum capacitor 10uF (plus side) B = VBUS L = Bootload LED output (blinks when in bootloader mode) P = Program/Bootload button input pin
MAKEmicro32 breadboard version image (not actual size, use PDF printout to place on top of microcontroller only) attached below: [attachment=0]MAKEmicro32_pinout_image.jpg[/attachment]