EasyPIC Fusion v7 User's Guide

microcontrollers supported
Many on-board modules
Easy-add extra boards
Two connectors for each port
Fast USB 2.0 programmer and
PIC24®, dsPIC33® and pic32®
Multimedia peripherals
mikroBUS™ sockets
Amazing Connectivity
In-Circuit Debugger
USER'S GUIDE
v7
To our valued customers
Providing our users the ability to easily switch between architectures on the same development board has
always been an engineering challenge for us. But we have mastered this technology during the past decade
and now we present you the revolutionary board that combines support for three different microcontroller
families: Microchip's dsPIC33®, PIC24® and PIC32®. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 is the ultimate board for all of your
16-bit and 32-bit PIC projects.
You made the right choice.
Nebojsa Matic,
Owner and General Manager
of mikroElektronika
Table of contents
Introduction
Communication
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
04
USB-UART A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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It's good to know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
05
USB-UART B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USB host . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24
USB device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Ethernet communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26
CAN communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Power Supply
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
06
Supported MCUs
Multimedia
MCU cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
08
Audio Input/Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Other supported MCU cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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microSD card slot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TFT display 320x240 pixels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
30
Touch panel controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31
Navigation switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32
Piezo Buzzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33
Programmer/debugger
On-board programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
Installing programmer drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14
Programming software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15
mikroICD™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16
Connectivity
Other Modules
DS1820 - Digital Temperature Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
34
LM35 - Analog Temperature Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
35
Serial Flash Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
36
Input/Output Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
18
I2C EEPROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
37
mikroBUS™ sockets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20
ADC inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
38
Click™ Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
21
Additional GNDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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introduction
Introduction
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 is the first board of it's kind to combine support for
three popular Microchip® low-power microcontroller architectures in one
place. We wanted to put as many peripherals on the board as possible,
to cover many internal modules. We have gone through a process of
fine tuning the board performance, and used 4-layer PCB to achieve
maximum efficiency. Finally, it had met all of our expectations,
and even exceeded in some. We present you the board which
is powerful, well organized, with on-board programmer and
debugger and is ready to be your strong ally in development.
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 development Team
One board for three architectures
Everything is already here
Ready for all kinds of development
For easier connections
dsPIC33, PIC24 & PIC32
mikroProg on board
Multimedia peripherals
mikroBUS™ support
For the first time we combined
the power of three separate
boards in one ultimate
board for high performance
Microchip MCUs. Developers
now have the new scalability
like never before.
Powerful on-board mikroProg™
programmer and In-Circuit
debugger supports over 65
microcontrollers. It features
fast enhanced programming
and rich set of debugging
instructions.
TFT 320x240 with touch
panel, stereo mp3 codec, audio
input and output, navigation
switch and microSD card
slot make a perfect set of
peripherals for multimedia
development.
This innovative new socket
allows you to use dozens
of Click accessory boards
with almost no hardware
adjustments. Adding new
functionality to your device
was never so easy.
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v7
introduction
It's good to know
System Specifications
power consumption
power supply
7–23V AC or 9–32V DC
or via USB cable (5V DC)
weight
~460g
(1.014 lbs)
board dimensions
266 x 220mm
(10.47 x 8.66 inch)
~143mA (all modules are
disconnected)
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Damage resistant
protective box
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EasyMx PRO™ v7 board in
antistatic bag
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USB cable
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DVD with examples
and documentation
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User Manual
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Board schematic
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mikroProg Suite™ manual
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mikroICD™ manual
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power supply
Power supply
Board contains switching power
supply that creates stable
voltage and current levels
necessary for powering each
part of the board. Power
supply section contains
specialized MC33269DT3.3
power regulator which creates VCC3.3V power supply, thus making the board
capable of supporting 3.3V microcontrollers.
Power supply unit can be powered in three different
ways: with USB power supply (CN20), using external
adapters via adapter connector (CN30) or additional screw terminals
(CN31). External adapter voltage levels must be in range of 9-32V DC
and 7-23V AC. Use jumper J9 to specify which power source you are using. Upon
providing the power using either external adapters or USB power source you can turn on
power supply by using SWITCH 1 (Figure 3-1). Power LED ON (Green) indicates the presence
of power supply.
1
3
VCC-5V
E15
10uF
2
Vout
Vin
MC33269DT3.3
C38
100nF
VCC-USB
VCC-5V
REG1
GND
Figure 3-1: Power supply unit of EasyPIC Fusion™ v7
C37
100nF
CN20
VCC
VCC-3.3V
LD78
FP1
POWER
E16
10uF
C5
100nF
R68
2K2
1
2
3
GND
4
USB
3.3V VOLTAGE REGULATOR
SWITCH1
1N4007
1N4007
CN30
D7
SMCJ13 C39
1uF
R69
10K 1
2
3
4
U8
ST1S10
VINA
INH
FB
GND
PGND
SW
VINSW
SYNC
8
7
6
5
1
D6
3
1N4007
D5
E
CN31
1N4007
E17 220uF/35V/LESR
-
D4
2
VCC-5V
D3
VCC-USB
L1
C45
22uF
10uH
J9
R84
4K7
R74
100K
C40
22uF
C42
22uF
R76
20K
Figure 3-2: Power supply unit schematic
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Board power supply creates stable 3.3V necessary for
operation of the microcontroller and all on-board modules.
Power capacity:
power supply
Power supply: via DC connector or screw terminals
(7V to 23V AC or 9V to 32V DC),
or via USB cable (5V DC)
up to 500mA with USB, and up to 600mA with external power supply
How to power the board?
1. With USB cable
1
2
3
4
5
6
Set J9 jumper to
USB position
To power the board with USB cable, place jumper J9
in USB position. You can then plug in the USB cable
as shown on images 1 and 2 , and turn the power
switch ON.
2. Using adapter
Set J9 jumper to
EXT position
To power the board via adapter connector, place jumper
J9 in EXT position. You can then plug in the adapter
cable as shown on images 3 and 4 , and turn the
power switch ON.
3. With laboratory power supply
Set J9 jumper to
EXT position
To power the board using screw terminals, place jumper
J9 in EXT position. You can then screw-on the cables in
the screw terminals as shown on images 5 and 6 ,
and turn the power switch ON.
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supported MCUs
MCU cards
Microcontrollers are supported using specialized MCU cards containing 104 pins,
which are placed into the on-board female MCU socket. There are several types of
cards which cover PIC24x, dsPIC33x, PIC32MX4xx, PIC32MX7xx microcontroller
families in 100-pin TQFP packages. One of the MCU cards is shown on Figure 4-1.
It contains PIC32MX795F512L microcontroller with on-chip peripherals and is a
great choice for both beginners and professionals. After testing and building the
final program, this card can also be taken out of the board socket and used in your
final device.
1
PIC32MX795F512L has 80MHz maximum frequency, 512K bytes of
program memory (flash), 128K bytes of data memory. It has integrated
Ethernet controller, USB (OTG, Host, Device), 85 General purpose I/O pins,
5 16-bit timers, 16 Analog Input pins (ADC), 6 UARTs, internal 8 MHz and
32kHz oscillators, internal Real time clock (RTC), 5 I2C, 4 SPI and 2 CAN
controllers. It also contains 3 analog comparators and two programming and
debugging interfaces.
2
8MHz crystal oscillator. We carefully chose the most convenient crystal
value that provides clock frequency which can be used directly, or with the PLL
multipliers to create higher MCU clock value. MCU card also contains 32.768 kHz
crystal oscillator which provides external clock waveform for RTCC module.
3
USB communications lines. These two jumpers, when in USB position, connect
D+ and D- lines of the on-board USB connector with RG2 and RG3 microcontroller
pins. Since PIC32MX795F512L supports USB, jumpers are in USB position.
4
Ethernet transceiver. This MCU card contains single-chip Ethernet physical
(PHY) layer transceiver which provides additional Ethernet functionality to
PIC32MX795F512L controller
5
25MHz crystal oscillator. This crystal oscillator is connected to external
Ethernet module.
5
4
1
2
3
Figure 4-1: MCU card with PIC32MX795F512L
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C2
100nF
C3
100nF
VCC
C4
100nF
VCC
VCC
C5
100nF
C6
100nF
RC4
RC2
RE7
RE5
VCC
VCC
supported MCUs
C1
100nF
VCC
VCC
RB0
RB2
RB4
RE9
RA0
MCLR#
VCC
103
101
99
97
95
93
91
89
87
85
83
81
79
VCC
C7
100nF
VCC
RG15
RG9_ETH
MCLR#
RG8_ETH
RG7_RST#
RG6
RC4
RC3
RC2
RC1
RE7
RE6
RE5
RB0
RB1
RB2
RB3
RB4
RB5
RE9
RE8
RA0
GND
RB1
RB3
RB5
RE8
RG6
RC3
RC1
RE6
RG15
GND
104
102
100
98
96
94
92
90
88
86
84
82
80
HD3
VCC
VCC
E2
10uF
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
E1
10uF
RB14
RD14
RF4
VCC
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
TXP
RXP
LED2
RB7
RA10
RB9
RA1
RF12
RG2
RG2/DP
USB-D_P
RB15
RF5
GND
J1
HD1
RG3
RG3/DM
USB-D_N
RXP
RXN
TXP
TXN
J2
12K1
VCC
FP1
LAN8720A
GND
RXD1
RXD0
VDDIO
RXER
CRS_DV
MDIO
X3
VDD2A
LED2
LED1
XTAL2
XTAL1
VDDCR
25MHz
R1
TXD1
18
TXD0
17
16
TXEN
15 RG7_RST#
14
REFCLK
13 RD11_MDC
TXD1
TXD0
TXEN
RST#
nINT
MDC
1M
VCC
RXD1
RXD0
CRS_DV
TXD1
TXD0
TXEN
REFCLK
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
27 RB13_ETH
27 RB12_ETH
27 RG8_ETH
27
RF0_ETH
27
RF1_ETH
27 RD6_ETH
27 RG9_ETH
OSC1
OSC2
RG3/DM
RG2/DP
RA2
RA3
RA4
RA5
C11 22pF
8MHz
C9 22pF
X1
X2
C10 22pF
R3
1K5
E5
10uF
77 VCC
75 RE4
73 RE2
71 RG12
69 RE1
67 RA7
65 RG0
63
61
59 RD4
57 RD12
55 RD3
53 RD1
78
76
74
72
70
68
66
64
RD7 62
RD5 60
RD13 58
RD2 56
GND 54
HD4
32.768KHz
VCC
VCC
E3
10uF
E4
10uF
C8 22pF
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
HD2
VCC
RG2
USB-D_P
USB-VBUS
NC
MCU_MISO
RA2
RA4
RA14
C13
100nF
RB11_RXER
CRS_DV
RD8_MDIO
C12
2.2uF
Vcap
RD7
RD6_ETH
RD5
RD4
RD13
RD12
RD3
RD2
RD1
GND
RE3
RG13
RG14
RE0
RA6
RG1
7
8
9
10
11
12
C16
22pF
RXD1
RXD0
C15
22pF
RE4
RE3
RE2
RG13
RG12
RG14
RE1
RE0
RA7
RA6
RG0
RG1
RF1_ETH
RF0_ETH
RD10
RD0
VCC
1
2
3
4
5
6
Rbias
RXP
RXN
TXP
TXN
VDD1A
U2
LED2
LED1
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
28
GND
RG3
30
USB-D_N
32
34
NC
RF3
36
38 MC U_SCK
40 MCU_MOSI
RA3
42
RA5
44
46
RA15
RD9
48
50
52
GND
100nF
RF3
MCU_MISO
MCU_MOSI
USB-VBUS
24
23
22
21
20
19
C14
RD14
MCU_SCK
RF4
RF5
PIC32MX795F512L
RE4
RE3
RE2
RG13
RG12
RG14
RE1
RE0
RA7
RA6
RG0
RG1
RF1
RF0
VDD
VCAP/VDDCORE
RD7
RD6
RD5
RD4
RD13
RD12
RD3
RD2
RD1
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
R2
RA1
RF13
RF12
RB12_ETH
RB13_ETH
RB14
RB15
RB6
RB7
RA9
RA10
AVDD
AVSS
RB8
RB9
RB10
RB11
VSS
VDD
RA1
RF13
RF12
RB12
RB13
RB14
RB15
VSS
VDD
RD14
RD15
RF4
RF5
RA14
RA15
RD8_MDIO
RD9
RD10
RD11_MDC
RD0
OSC32_IN
OSC32_OUT
TXN
RXN
LED1
RB6
RA9
RB8
RB10
RF13
RB8
RB9
RB10
RB11_RXER
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
RF3
RF2
RF8
VBUS
VUSB
D-/RG3
D+/RG2
RA2
RA3
RA4
RA5
VDD
OSC1/RC12
OSC2/RC15
VSS
RA14
RA15
RD8
RD9
RD10
RD11
RD0
SOSCI/RC13
SOSCO/RC14
VSS
RB6
RB7
RA9
RA10
RB0
RB1
RB2
RB3
RB4
RB5
RE9
RE8
RA0
VDD
VSS
RG9
MCLR
RG8
RG7
RG6
RC4
RC3
RC2
RC1
RE7
RE6
RE5
VDD
RG15
U1
Figure 4-2: ETHERNET MCU card schematic
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supported MCUs
How to properly place your MCU card into the socket?
Before you plug the microcontroller card into
the socket, make sure that the power supply is
turned off. Images below show how to correctly
plug the MCU card. First make sure that MCU card
orientation matches the silkscreen outline on the
1
Figure 4-3: On-board MCU
socket has silkscreen
markings which will help
you to correctly orient the
MCU card before inserting.
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EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 board MCU socket. Place the
MCU card over the socket so each male header is
properly aligned with the female socket as shown
in Figure 4-4. Then put the MCU card slowly down
until all the pins match the socket. Check again if
2
Figure 4-4:
Place the
MCU card on
the socket
so that pins
are aligned
correctly.
everything is placed correctly and press the MCU
card until it is completely plugged into the socket
as shown in Figure 4-5. If done correctly all pins
should be fully inserted. Only now you can turn on
the power supply.
3
Figure 4-5 Properly
placed MCU card.
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supported MCUs
Other supported MCU cards
mikroElektronika currently offers total of five populated MCU cards with different
microcontrollers. You can also purchase empty PCB cards that you can populate on
your own and solder any supported microcontroller you need in your development.
There are total of five empty PCB cards available. This way your EasyPIC Fusion™
v7 board becomes truly flexible and reliable tool for almost any of your PIC24®,
dsPIC33® and PIC32® projects. MCU cards can also be used in your final devices. For
complete list of currently available MCU cards, please visit the board webpage:
http://www.mikroe.com/easypic-fusion/
Empty 100-pin TQFP PT
ETHERNET MCU CARD
Empty 100-pin TQFP PT MCU
CARD 1
Empty 100-pin TQFP PF MCU
CARD 1
Empty 100-pin TQFP PT MCU
CARD 2
Empty 100-pin TQFP PF MCU
CARD 2
100-pin TQFP PT ETHERNET
CARD with PIC32MX795F512L
100-pin TQFP PT MCU CARD 1
with PIC24EP512GU810
100-pin TQFP PT MCU CARD 1
with dsPIC33EP512MU810
100-pin TQFP PT MCU CARD 2
with PIC32MX460F512L
100-pin TQFP PF MCU CARD 2
with dsPIC33FJ256GP710A
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programming
On-board programmer
What is mikroProg™?
mikroProg™ is a fast USB 2.0 programmer with mikroICD™ hardware
In-Circuit Debugger. Smart engineering allows mikroProg™ to
support all PIC10, PIC12, PIC16, PIC18, PIC24, dsPIC30/33,
PIC32 MCU families in a single programmer! It supports over 570
microcontrollers from Microchip®. Outstanding performance and
easy operation are among it's top features.
How do I start?
In order to start using mikroProg™ and program your
microcontroller, you just have to follow two simple steps:
1. Install the necessary software
- Install USB drivers (Page 14)
- Install mikroProg Suite™ for PIC® software (Page 15)
2. Power up the board, and you are ready to go.
- Plug in the programmer USB cable
- Turn on Power switch
- LINK and POWER LED should light up.
Figure 5-1: mikroProg™ is well protected under metal casing
Why so many LEDs?
Three LEDs indicate specific programmer operation, Figure 5-1. Link LED lights up when USB link is established with your PC, Active LED lights up when programmer is
active. Data LED lights up when data is being transferred between the programmer and PC software (compiler or mikroProg Suite™ for PIC®).
Programming with ICD2/ICD3
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 is equipped with RJ-12 connector compatible
with Microchip® ICD2® and ICD3® external programmers. You
can either use the on-board mikroProg™ programmer or external
programming tools as long as you use only one of them at the
same time. Insert your ICD programmer cable into connector
CN33, as shown in images 1 and 2 .
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1
2
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programming
VCC-3.3V
LINK
ACTIVE
VCC-3.3V
DATA
VCC-3.3V
LD64
VCC-5V
VCC-USB
CN20
VCC-5V
LD65
FP1
USBDN-CON
LD66
USBDP-CON
R2
2K2
R59
4K7
C5
100nF
R61
6K8
LED-DATA
LED-ACT
LED-USB
MCLR#
RB6
RB7
VCC-3.3V
C35
100nF
MCU-VPP
MCU-PGC
MCU-PGD
VCC-3.3V
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10K
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2
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GND
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USB
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CN33
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MCU-PGC
MCU-PGD
MCU-VPP
R47
220
C31
100nF
RESET
VCC
MCLR#
ICD
DATA BUS
Figure 5-2: mikroProg™ block schematic
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Drivers are located on the Product DVD that you
received with the EasyPIC Fusion™ v7:
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Installing programmer drivers
DV
When you locate the drivers, please
extract files from the ZIP archive. Folder
with extracted files contains sub folders with drivers
for different operating systems. Depending on which
operating system you use, choose adequate folder and
open it.
In the opened folder you should
be able to locate the driver
setup file. Double click on setup
file to begin installation of the
programmer drivers.
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Step 1 - Start Installation
Step 2 - Accept EULA
Welcome screen of the installation. Just click on Next
button to proceed.
Carefully read End User License Agreement. If you
agree with it, click Next to proceed.
Step 3 - Installing drivers
Drivers are installed automatically in a matter of
seconds.
Step 4 - Finish installation
You will be informed if the drivers are installed correctly.
Click on Finish button to end installation process.
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On-board mikroProg™ programmer requires special programming software called
mikroProg Suite™ for PIC®. This software is used for programming all of Microchip®
microcontroller families, including PIC10, PIC12, PIC16, PIC18, dsPIC30/33, PIC24
and PIC32. Software has intuitive interface and SingleClick™
programming technology. To begin, first locate the installation
archive on the Product DVD:
PRODUCT DVD
programming
Programming software
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After downloading, extract the package and double click the
executable setup file, to start installation.
Step 1 - Start Installation
Step 3 - Install for All users or
current user
Step 5 - Installation in progress
v7
Step 2 - Accept EULA and continue
Step 4 - Choose destination folder
Step 6 - Finish Installation
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programming
mikroICD - In Circuit Debugger
™
What is Debugging?
Every developer comes to a point where he has to monitor the
code execution in order to find errors in the code, or simply
to see if everything is going as planed. This hunt for bugs or
errors in the code is called debugging. There are two ways
to do this: one is the software simulation, which enables
you to simulate what is supposed to be happening on the
microcontroller as your code lines are executed and the other,
most reliable one, is monitoring the code execution on the
MCU itself. And this latter one is called In-Circuit debugging.
"In-Circuit" means that it is the real deal - code executes right
on the target device.
How do I use the debugger?
When you build your project for debugging, and program
the microcontroller with this HEX file, you can start the
debugger using [F9] command. Compiler will change layout
to debugging view, and a blue line will mark where code
execution is currently paused. Use debugging toolbar in
the Watch Window to guide the program execution, and stop
anytime. Add the desired variables to Watch and monitor their
values. Complete guide to using mikroICD™ with your compiler
is provided within the EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 package.
mikroICD
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bugger
in-circuit de
Figure 5-3: mikroICD™ manual
explains debugging thoroughly
What is mikroICD™?
The on-board mikroProg™ programmer supports mikroICD™ - a
highly effective tool for a Real-Time debugging on hardware
level. The mikroICD™ debugger enables you to execute your
program on the host PIC microcontroller and view variable
values, Special Function Registers (SFR), RAM, CODE and
EEPROM memory along with the mikroICD™ code execution
on hardware. Whether you are a beginner, or a professional,
this powerful tool, with intuitive interface and convenient
set of commands will enable you to track down bugs quickly.
mikroICD™ is one of the fastest, and most reliable debugging
tools on the market.
Supported Compilers
All MikroElektronika compilers, mikroC, mikroBasic and
mikroPascal for PIC®, dsPIC® and PIC32® natively support
mikroICD™. Specialized mikroICD DLL module allows compilers to
exploit the full potential of fast hardware debugging. Along with
compilers, make sure to install the appropriate programmer
drivers and mikroProg Suite for PIC® programming software,
as described on pages 14 and 15.
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Figure 5-4: mikroC PRO for PIC32® compiler in debugging view, with SFR registers in Watch Window
v7
Here is a short overview of which debugging commands are supported in mikroElektronika compilers. You can see what each command does,
and what are their shortcuts when you are in debugging mode. It will give you some general picture of what your debugger can do.
Toolbar
Icon
Command Name
Shortcut
Description
Start Debugger
[F9]
Starts Debugger.
Run/Pause Debugger
[F6]
Run/Pause Debugger.
Stop Debugger
[Ctrl + F2]
Stops Debugger.
Step Into
[F7]
Executes the current program line, then halts. If the executed
program line calls another routine, the debugger steps into the
routine and halts after executing the first instruction within it.
Step Over
[F8]
Executes the current program line, then halts. If the executed program
line calls another routine, the debugger will not step into it. The whole
routine will be executed and the debugger halts at the first instruction
following the call.
Step Out
[Ctrl + F8]
Executes all remaining program lines within the subroutine. The
debugger halts immediately upon exiting the subroutine.
Run To Cursor
[F4]
Executes the program until reaching the cursor position.
Toggle Breakpoint
[F5]
Toggle breakpoints option sets new breakpoints or removes those
already set at the current cursor position.
Show/Hide breakpoints
[Shift+F4]
Shows/Hides window with all breakpoints
Clears breakpoints
[Shift+Ctrl+F5]
Delete selected breakpoints
Jump to interrupt
[F2]
Opens window with available interrupts (doesn't work in mikroICD™
mode)
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programming
mikroICD™ commands
connectivity
Input/Output Group
One of the most distinctive features of EasyPIC Fusion™
v7 are it’s Input/Output PORT groups. They add so much
to the connectivity potential of the board.
Everything is grouped together
Figure 6-1: I/O group contains PORT header, tri-state pull
PORT headers, PORT buttons and PORT LEDs next to each other and grouped
up/down DIP switch, buttons and LEDs all in one place
together. It makes development easier, and the entire EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 cleaner
and well organized. We have also provided an additional PORT headers on the right side of the board, so you can access any pin you want from that side of
the board too.
Tri-state pull-up/down DIP switches
RF13
RF12
RF5
RF4
RF3
RF2
RF1
RF0
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RF3
RF5
RF13
CN16
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LD51
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T50
RF0
T48
RN51
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RF0
LD50
RF1
T47
RN50
10K
RF1
LD49
RF2
T46
RN49
10K
RF2
LD48
RF3
LD47
RN48
10K
RF3
T42
RN47
10K
RF4
LD46
RF5
RF13
T41
RN46
10K
RF4
LD42
RF12
LD41
RN42
10K
RF5
RN41
10K
RF12
J7
RF0
RF2
RF4
RF12
VCC-3.3V
CN13
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SW15
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RF3
RF5
RF13
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RF2
RF4
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VCC
BUTTON PRESS LEVEL
GND
UP
PULL
DOWN
3
+1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Button press level tri-state DIP
switch is used to determine
which logic level will be
applied to port pins when
buttons are pressed
4k7
2
PORTF_LEVEL
DATA BUS
1
Figure 6-2:
Tri-state DIP
switch on PORTF
Tri-state DIP switches, like SW7 on Figure 6-3, are
used to enable 4K7 pull-up or pull-down resistor on
any desired port pin. Each of these switches has three
states:
1. middle position disables both pull-up and pull-down
feature from the PORT pin
2. up position connects the resistor in pull-up state to
the selected pin
3. down position connects the resistor in pull-down
state to the selected PORT pin.
T51
Figure 6-3: Schematic of the single I/O group connected to microcontroller PORTF
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v7
connectivity
Headers Buttons
LEDs
With enhanced connectivity as one of the key features of
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7, we have provided two connection
headers for each PORT. I/O PORT group contains one
male IDC10 header (like CN13 Figure 6-3). There is
one more IDC10 header available on the right side of
the board, next to DIP switches (like CN16 on Figure
6-3). These headers can be used to connect accessory
boards with IDC10 female sockets.
LED (Light-Emitting
Diode) is a highly
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resistor
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limiting current
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series so that LEDs
are provided with
the current value
specified by the manufacturer. The current varies
from 0.2mA to 20mA, depending on the type of the
LED and the manufacturer. The EasyPIC Fusion™ v7
board uses low-current LEDs with typical current
consumption of 0.2mA or
0.3mA. Board contains 68
LEDs which can be used
for visual indication of the
logic state on PORT pins.
An active LED indicates
that a logic high (1) is
present on the pin. In order
to enable PORT LEDs, it is Figure 6-6: SW15.1
necessary to enable the through SW15.8
corresponding DIP switch switches are used to
on SW15 (Figure 6-6).
enable PORT LEDs
The logic state of
all microcontroller
digital inputs may
be changed using
push buttons. Tristate DIP switch
Figure 6-5: Button press
SW10 is available
level DIP switch (tri-state)
for selecting which
logic state will be applied to corresponding MCU pin when
button is pressed, for each I/O port separately. If you, for
example, place SW10.6 in VCC position, then pressing
of any push button in PORTF I/O group will apply logic
one to the appropriate microcontroller pin. The same goes
for GND. If DIP switch is in the middle position neither
of two logic states will be applied to the appropriate
microcontroller pin. You can disable pin protection 220ohm
resistors by placing jumpers J6 and J7, which will connect
your push buttons directly to VCC or GND. Be aware that
doing so you may accidentally damage MCU in case of
wrong usage.
Reset Button
Figure 6-4: IDC10 male headers enable easy
connection with mikroElektronika accessory boards
v7
In the far upper right section of the
board, there is a RESET button, which
can be used to manually reset the
microcontroller.
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connectivity
mikroBUS sockets
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Easier connectivity and simple configuration
are imperative in modern electronic devices.
Success of the USB standard comes from it’s
simplicity of usage and high and reliable data
transfer rates. As we in mikroElektronika see it,
Plug-and-Play devices with minimum settings
are the future in embedded world too. This is
why our engineers have come up with a simple,
but brilliant pinout with lines that most of
today’s accessory boards require, which almost
completely eliminates the need of additional
hardware settings. We called this new standard
the mikroBUS™. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 supports
mikroBUS™ with two on-board sockets. As you
can see, there are no additional DIP switches,
or jumper selections. Everything is already
routed to the most appropriate pins of the
microcontroller sockets.
mikroBUS™ host connector
Each mikroBUS™ host connector consists of two
1x8 female headers containing pins that are
most likely to be used in the target accessory
board. There are three groups of communication
pins: SPI, UART and I2C communication. There
are also single pins for PWM, Interrupt,
Analog input, Reset and Chip Select. Pinout
contains two power groups: +5V and GND on
one header and +3.3V and GND on the other
1x8 header.
mikroBUS™ pinout explained
AN - Analog pin
RST - Reset pin
CS - SPI Chip Select line
SCK - SPI Clock line
MISO - SPI Slave Output line
MOSI - SPI Slave Input line
+3.3V - VCC-3.3V power line
GND - Reference Ground
PWM - PWM output line
INT - Hardware Interrupt line
RX - UART Receive line
TX - UART Transmit line
SCL - I2C Clock line
SDA - I2C Data line
+5V - VCC-5V power line
GND - Reference Ground
DATA BUS
RB8
RC1
RC2
SCK
MISO
MOSI
VCC-3.3V
AN
RST
CS
SCK
MISO
MOSI
3.3V
GND
1
PWM
INT
RX
TX
SCL
SDA
5V
GND
RD0
RE8
RF4
RF5
RA2
RA3
VCC-5V
RB9
RC3
RC4
SCK
MISO
MOSI
VCC-3.3V
AN
RST
CS
SCK
MISO
MOSI
3.3V
GND
2
PWM
INT
RX
TX
SCL
SDA
5V
GND
RD1
RE9
RF12
RF13
RA2
RA3
VCC-5V
Figure 7-1:
mikroBUS™
connection
schematic
Integrate mikroBUS™ in your design
mikroBUS™ is not made to be only a part of our development boards. You can
freely place mikroBUS™ host connectors in your final PCB designs, as long as you
clearly mark them with mikroBUS™ logo and footprint specifications. For more
information, logo artwork and PCB files visit our web site:
http://www.mikroe.com/mikrobus
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connectivity
Opto click™
BEE click™
BlueTooth click™
WiFi PLUS click™
GPS click™
Click Boards are plug-n-play!
™
mikroElektronika portfolio of over 200 accessory boards is now enriched
by an additional set of mikroBUS™ compatible Click Boards™. Almost each
month several new Click boards™ are released. It is our intention to provide
the community with as much of these boards as possible, so you will be able
to expand your EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 with additional functionality with literally
LightHz click™
DAC click™
v7
zero hardware configuration. Just plug and play. Visit the Click boards™ web
page for the complete list of available boards:
http://www.mikroe.com/click/
DIGIPOT click™
SHT1x click™
THERMO click™
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The UART (universal asynchronous receiver/trans­
mitter) is one of the most common ways of exchanging
data between the MCU and peripheral components. It is a serial
protocol with separate transmit and receive lines, and can be used for
full-duplex communication. Both sides must be initialized with the
same baud rate, otherwise the data will not be received correctly.
Enabling USB-UART A
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FT232RL GND
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USB-UART A communication is being done
through a FT232RL controller, USB connector
(CN22), and microcontroller UART module. To
establish this connection, you must connect RX and
TX lines of the FT232RL to the appropriate pins of
the microcontroller. This selection is done using DIP
switches SW12.1 and SW12.2.
In order to enable USB-UART A
communication you must push
SW12.1 and SW12.2 to ON
position. This connects the RX
and TX lines to RF5 and RF4
microcontroller pins.
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Modern PC computers, laptops and notebooks are no longer
equipped with RS-232 connectors and UART controllers. They
are nowadays replaced with USB connectors and USB
controllers. Still, certain technology enables UART
In order to use USB-UART A module on EasyPIC Fusion™ v7,
communication to be done via USB connection.
Controllers such as FT232RL from FTDI convert
you must first install FTDI drivers on your computer. Drivers
UART signals to the appropriate USB standard.
can be found on Product DVD:
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USB-UART A
R21
2K2
C11
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communication
USB-UART B
If you need to use more than one USB-UART in your
application, you have another USB-UART B connector available
on the board too. Both available USB-UART modules can operate at the
same time, because they are routed to separate microcontroller pins.
Enabling USB-UART B
USB-UART B communication is being done through a FT232RL
controller, USB connector (CN23) and microcontroller UART
module. To establish this connection, you must connect RX
and TX lines of the FT232RL to the appropriate pins of
the microcontroller. This selection is done using DIP
switches SW12.3 and SW12.4 or SW12.5 and
SW12.6.
In order to use USB-UART B module on EasyPIC Fusion™ v7,
you must first install FTDI drivers on your computer. Drivers
can be found on Product DVD:
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R30
4K7
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USB-UART B
connection
schematic
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TXD
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VCCIO
AGND
RXD
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CBUS0
GND
CBUS1
FT232RL GND
NC
DSR#
VCC
DCD#
RESET#
CTS#
GND
CBUS4
3V3OUT
CBUS2
USBDM
CBUS3
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22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
RX
VCC 1
D-
TX
2
D+ 3
RX-LED2
TX-LED2
LD73
LD74
R37
1K0
FTDI2-D_N
FTDI2-D_P
GND 4
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RX-FTDI2
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In order to enable USB-UART B
communication, you must push
SW12.3 and SW12.4 or SW12.5
and SW12.6 to ON position. This
connects the RX and TX lines to
appropriate microcontroller pins.
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When using either USB-UART A or USBUART B, make sure to disconnect
all devices and additional boards
that could interfere with the
signals and possibly corrupt the
data being sent or received.
R38
2K2
C26
100nF
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communication
USB HOST
USB is the acronym for Universal Serial Bus. This is a very popular industry standard that defines cables, connectors and protocols used
for communication and power supply between computers and other devices. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 contains USB HOST connector (CN24) for USB
Standard Type A plug, which enables microcontrollers that support USB communication to establish a connection with the target device (eg. USB
Keyboard, USB Mouse, etc). USB host also provides the necessary 5V power supply to the target via TPS2041B IC. Detection whether USB device is connected
to HOST connector can be done through VBUS line. You can enable or disable USB device power supply connected to HOST via SW14.7 switch.
N
O
VCC-3.3V
1
3
R34
47K
4
R36 VCC-5V
10K
5
6
7
RB5
USB-PSW
4
8
SW14
5
R32
2K2
LD71
OC
U5
EN
R31
4K7
OC
GND
IN OUT
LD72
ON
3
CN24
2
1
VCC 1
TPS2041B
E9
10uF
E10
10uF
D1
BAT43
USB-VBUS
Figure 10-1: USB host
connection schematic
page 24
US B HOS T
CONNECTOR
2
VCC-3.3V
VCC-5V
R40
R41
220
10K
Q2
BC846
USB-D_N
D-
2
USB-D_P
D+ 3
GND 4
USB A
DATA BUS
v7
communication
USB device
US B DEV ICE
CONNECTOR
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 also contains USB DEVICE connector (CN26) which enables microcontrollers that support USB communication to
establish a connection with the target host (eg. PC, Laptop, etc). It lets you build a slave USB device (HID, Composite, Generic, etc.).
Connector supports USB Standard Type B plug. Detection whether USB device is connected to HOST can be done through VBUS line.
This line is connected directly to microcontroller pin. When connected to HOST, dedicated amber-colored power LED will light up as well.
This VCC line cannot be used for powering the board. It's only used for detecting connection.
CN26
1 VCC
2
3
D-
D_N
D+
D_P
4 GND
220
R50
27
R53
27
D2
BAT43
USB-VBUS
USB-D_N
USB-D_P
ON
LD76
USB B
GND
R48
R58
4K7
DATA BUS
GND
Figure 11-1: USB device connection schematic
v7
page 25
communication
Ethernet
communication
R63
10K
R44
LED2
1K
LD75
LED2
VCC-3.3V
FP3
A2
K2
TD+
R49
51
CT
TD-
R54
51
A1
CT
K1
TX_N
RX_P
RD+
RD-
R55
51
RJ45
LED1
LD77
TX_P
R46
51
C32
10nF
RX_N
C33
10nF
R60
LED1
TX_N
RX_N
LED1
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
1K
Figure 12-1: Ethernet connection schematic
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2 TX_P
4 RX_P
6 LED2
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
MCU CARD SOCKET
CONNECTOR
ETHERNET
CN25
Ethernet is a popular computer networ­
king technology for local area networks
(LAN). Systems communicating over
Ethernet divide a stream of data into
individual packets called frames. Each
frame contains source and destination
addresses and error-checking data so that
damaged data can be detected and retransmitted. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 features
standard RJ-45 connector which enables
microcontrollers that support Ethernet
communication to establish a connection
with a computer, router or other devices.
All four Ethernet lines (TPOUT+, TPOUT-,
TPIN+ and TPIN-) are routed directly to the
MCU card socket and cannot be accessed
via PORT headers. Additional signalization
LEDs (green and yellow) are provided on
the board next to RJ-45 connector.
Ethernet MCU cards
Ethernet communication (TX_P,
TX_N, RX_P and RX_N) and
signalization lines (LED1, LED2)
are routed directly to the MCU card
socket and can be used only with a
Ethernet MCU card (100-pin TQFP
PT ETHERNET , Page 11).
v7
communication
CAN
communication
VCC-3.3V
R57 10
TX-CAN
RX-CAN
1
2
3
4
U7
D
GND
Vdd
R
Rs
CANH
CANL
Vref
8
7
6
5
VCC-3.3V
CANH
C34
100nF
CANL
CN28
N
O
SN65HVD230
1
2
DATA BUS
3
4
5
Figure 13-1:
CAN connection
schematic
6
7
RG1
RG0
8
SW12
v7
Controller Area Network (CAN or CAN
bus) is a vehicle bus standard designed
to allow microcontrollers and devices to
communicate with each other within a
vehicle without a host computer. CAN
is a message-based protocol, designed
specifically for automotive applications
but now also used in other areas such
as industrial automation and medical
equipment. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 is
equipped with SN65HVD230 – a 3.3V
CAN Transceiver and a pair of screw
terminals which provide microcontrollers
with integrated CAN controller with
the necessary physical interface for
CAN communication. Make sure to
correctly connect negative and positive
differential communication lines before
using this module.
Enabling CAN
Figure 13-2:
enabling
CAN
communication
In order to enable CAN communi­
cation, you must push SW12.7
(RG1) and SW12.8 (RG0) to
ON position. This connects the
TX and RX lines to appropriate
microcontroller pins.
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multimedia
Audio I/O
It's hard to imagine modern multimedia devices without high quality audio reproduction
modules. Sounds and music are almost as important as graphical user interfaces. Along
with other multimedia modules, EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 contains high-end stereo VS1053
audio codec. It features Ogg Vorbis/MP3/AAC/WMA/FLAC/WAV/MIDI audio decoder, as
well as an PCM/IMA ADPCM/Ogg Vorbis encoder on a single chip. Board also contains
two stereo audio connectors for interfacing with standard 3.5mm stereo audio
jacks. VS1053 receives the input bit stream through a serial input bus, which it listens
to as a system slave. The input stream is decoded and passed through a digital volume
control to an 18-bit oversampling, multi-bit, sigma-delta Digital to Analog Converter
(DAC). The decoding is controlled via a
serial control bus. In addition to the basic
decoding, it is possible to add application
specific features like DSP effects to the
user RAM memory. You can build music
players, audio recording devices, internet
Figure 14-2:
radio player applications, and much
Enabling
more.
audio codec
Enabling Audio I/O
C1
R
VCC-3.3V
GBUF
L
Figure 14-1: Audio IN/OUT
connection schematic
VCC-1.8V
VCC-3.3V
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
R8
100k
VS1053
GPIO4
GND
GPIO1
GPIO0
XTEST
CVDD3
SO
SI
SCLK
TX
RX
GPIO5
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
R9 27
R16
10K
MICP
R13
1K
C8 1uF
C9
E2
100pF 10uF
CN21
E3
10uF
R17
1K
C10 1uF
MICROPHONE
R19
1K
SCK
MISO
MOSI
4
RG12
RG13
RG14
RG15
5
C13
22pF
3
12.288MHz
2
6
7
8
page 28
R11
1K
MICN
1
DATA BUS
VCC-3.3V
1M
X1
C12
22pF
C2
10nF
C4
10nF
PH_MISO
PH_MOSI
PH_SCK
VCC-3.3V
N
O
R22
In order to use Audio I/O module,
you must connect data and Audio
control lines of the microcontroller
with the VS1053 audio codec. To
do this, push SW13.1–SW13.3
and SW13.5–SW13.8 switches to
ON position. This will connect SPI
data lines with SCK, MISO and MOSI
microcontroller pins, and audio
control lines and chip select with
RG12, RG13, RG14 and RG15 pins.
R7
20
MP3-CS#
MP3-DCS
R20
100K
R6
20
C3
47nF
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
GPIO
MP3-DREQ
MCP/LN1
MICN
XRESET
DGND0
CVDD0
IOVDD0
CVDD1
DREQ
GPIO2
GPIO3
GPIO6
GPIO7
PHONEJACK
R5
10
GPIO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DCS/BSYNC
XDCS/BSYNC
IOVDD1
VDD1
CO
VC0
DGND1
GND1
TALO
XTAL0
TALI
XTAL1
OVDD2
IOVDD2
GND2
DGND2
GND3
DGND3
GND4
DGND4
CS
XCS
VDD2
CVDD2
MICP
MICN
MP3-RST#
LN
LN2
AGND
AGND3
LEF
LEFT
AVDD
AVDD2
RCA
RCAP
AVDD
AVDD1
GBU
GBUF
AGND
AGND2
AGND
AGND1
RIGH
RIGHT
AVDD
AVDD0
AGND
AGND0
U1
R3 10
R
GBUF
R4
10K
commu­
nication
lines
CN19
R1 10
L
1uF
SW13
PH_SCK
PH_MISO
PH_MOSI
MP3-DREQ
MP3-RST#
MP3-CS#
MP3-DCS
VCC-3.3V
1
E4
C14
10uF
100nF
C18
100nF
C19
C15
100nF
100nF
C20
C16
100nF
1uF
2
3
U3
IN OUT
GND
EN ADJ
AP7331-ADJ
VCC-1.8V
5
4
R23
100K
R24
R25
27K4
E5
C21
C17
C22
C23
10uF
100nF
100nF
100nF
100nF
1K
v7
multimedia
microSD card slot
VCC-MMC
VCC-3.3V
PH_SCK
PH_MISO
PH_MOSI
3
FERRITE
E13
10uF
SCK
MISO
MOSI
4
5
6
C30
100nF
2
FP2
N
O
Enabling microSD
1
VCC-MMC
7
8
RD12
RD13
PH_MISO
SD-CD#
6
GND
R56 27
SD-CS#
SD-CD#
5
microS D
CA RD S LOT
PH_SCK
4
7
CD
1
2
4
5
6
7
3
CS
Din
+3.3V
SCK
GND
Dout
R51
10K
SD-CS#
PH_MOSI
2
MICROSD
8
In order to access microSD card, you
must enable SPI communication
lines using SW13.1 – SW13.3 DIP
switches as well as Chip Select (CS)
and Card Detect (CD) lines using
SW14.1 and SW14.2 switches.
R52
10K
N
O
SW13
CN27
1
v7
FP2
DATA BUS
G
Secure Digital (SD) is a non-volatile
memory card format developed for use
in portable devices. It comes in different
packages and memory capacities. It is
mostly used for storing large amounts
of data. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 features the
microSD card slot. The microSD form
factor is the smallest card format currently
available. It uses standard SPI user interface with minimum additional electronics,
mainly used for stabilizing communication
lines which can be significantly distorted
at high transfer rates. Special ferrite is
also provided to compensate the voltage
and current glitch that can occur when
pushing-in and pushing-out microSD card
into the socket.
SW14
Figure 15-1:
microSD card slot
connection schematic
page 29
multimedia
TFT display
320x240 pixels
One of the most powerful ways of presenting data
and interacting with users is through color displays
and touch panel inputs. This is a crucial element of any
multimedia device. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 features TFT
color 320x240 pixel display. It is a 2.83" display with
LED back-light, featuring HX8347D controller.
Enabling TFT display
BCK_LIGHT
BPWM
RD9
RG6
RD10
RE0
RE1
RE2
RE3
RE4
RE5
RE6
RE7
RD7
VCC-5V
RD5
RD4
BPWM
Figure 16-1:
TFT display
connection
schematic
R62
20
CN32
VCC-3.3V
BCK_PWM
20
PMRD
PMWR
GND
VCC
NC
RS
NC
CS
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
RST
NC
+5V
BPWM
1
Q5
BC846
R64
1K
R66
Each pixel is capable of showing 262.144 different
colors. It is connected to microcontroller using standard
8080 parallel 8-bit interface, with additional control
lines. Board features back-light driver which besides
standard mode can also be driven with PWM signal in
order to regulate brightness in range from 0 to 100%.
Figure 16-2:
Turn on
switches
SW11.1 and
SW11.2 to
enable backlight and PWM
signal from
microcontroller.
4K7
TFT display is enabled using SW11.1–SW11.2
DIP switches. Back-light can be enabled in two
different ways:
N
O
VCC-5V
1
2
RD2
1. It can be turned on with full brightness
using SW11.1 switch.
2. Brightness level can be determined with
PWM signal from the microcontroller, allowing
you to write custom back-light controlling
software. This back-light mode is enabled
when both SW11.1 and SW11.2 switches
are in ON position.
BCK_LIGHT
BCK_PWM
3
4
5
6
7
8
21
DATA BUS
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24
XR
YU
XL
YD
SW11
GLCD-TFT SOCKET
v7
Touch panel is a glass panel whose surface is covered
with two layers of resistive material. When the screen is
pressed, the outer layer is pushed onto the inner layer
and appropriate controllers can measure that pressure
and pinpoint its location. This is how touch panels can
be used as an input devices. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 is
multimedia
Touch Panel
controller
equipped with touch panel controller and connector for
4-wire resistive touch panels. It can very accurately
register pressure at a specific point, representing the
touch coordinates in the form of analog voltages, which
can then be easily converted to X and Y values. Touch
panel comes as a part of TFT 320x240 display.
Enabling Touch panel
Figure 17-1:
Touch Panel
controller and
connection schematic
CN32
1
VCC-3.3V
20
PMRD
PMWR
GND
VCC
NC
RS
NC
CS
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
RST
NC
+5V
BPWM
Figure 17-2:
Turn on
switches 5
through 8 on
SW11 to enable
Touch panel
controller
E14
10uF
C43
300K
47nF
TOP
47nF
21
24
XR
YU
XL
YD
C44
300K
3
R77
N
O
VCC-3.3V
2
BOTTOM
RIGHT
TOP
LEFT
6
7
8
RIGHT
TOP
LEFT
BOTTOM
GLCD-TFT SOCKET
5
LEFT
4
v7
R70
1
Touch panel is enabled using SW11.5,
SW11.6, SW11.7 and SW11.8 switches.
They connect TOP and LEFT lines of the touch
panel with PB14 and RB15 analog inputs,
and BOTTOM and RIGHT with PB2 and PB3
digital outputs on microcontroller sockets.
Make sure to disconnect other peripherals, LEDs
and additional pull-up or pull-down resistors
from the interface lines so they do not interfere
with signal/data integrity.
DATA BUS
VCC-3.3V
RB2
RB3
RB14
RB15
SW11
page 31
When working with multi­
media applications it is
far more intuitive to use a
single joystick than several
different push buttons that
are more far apart. This is
more natural for users and they
can browse through on-screen
menus, or even play games much
easier. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 features
navigation switch with five different
positions: Up, Down, Left, Right and
Center. Each of those acts as a button,
and is connected to one of the following
microcontrollers pins: RA4, RA5, RA6, RA7, RA1
(respectively). Before using the navigation switch, it
is necessary to pull-up mentioned microcontroller pins
using tri-state DIP switches located in I/O groups. After pressing
the navigation switch in desired direction, associated microcontroller pins
are connected to GND, which can be detected in user software.
Figure 18-2: Navigation switch is an intuitive solution for browsing
through on-screen menus.
DATA BUS
RA7
RA6
RA5
RA4
RA3
RA2
RA1
RA0
multimedia
Navigation switch
KEY1
RA4
UP
1
4
RA1
CENTER 2
5
RA6
LEFT
3
6
RIGHT
DOWN
RA7
RA5
UP
PULL
DOWN
+1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
_
SW2
R83
220
VCC-3.3V
Figure 18-1: Navigation switch connection schematic. Pull-up resistors should be enabled during operation
page 32
v7
Piezoelectricity is the charge which accumulates in
certain solid materials in response to mechanical pressure,
but also providing the charge to the piezo electric material
causes it to physically deform. One of the most widely
used applications of piezoelectricity is the production of
sound generators, called piezo buzzers. Piezo buzzer is
an electric component that comes in different shapes and
sizes, which can be used to create sound waves when
provided with analog electrical signal. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7
comes with piezo buzzer which can be connected to RD3
microcontroller pin. Connection is established using SW14.8
DIP switch. Buzzer is driven by transistor Q1 (Figure 19-1).
Microcontrollers can create sound by generating a PWM
(Pulse Width Modulated) signal – a square wave signal,
which is nothing more than a sequence of logic zeros and
multimedia
Piezo Buzzer
ones. Frequency of the square signal determines
the pitch of the generated sound, and duty cycle of
the signal can be used to increase or decrease the
volume in the range from 0% to 100% of the duty
cycle. You can generate PWM signal using hardware
capture-compare module, which is usually available in
most microcontrollers, or by writing a custom software
which emulates the desired signal waveform.
Supported sound frequencies
Piezo buzzer’s resonant frequency (where you can expect
it's best performance) is 3.8kHz, but you can also use it to
create sound in the range between 2kHz and 4kHz.
VCC-5V
TOP
VIEW
N
O
R28
1K
1
DATA BUS
PERSPECTIVE
VIEW
3
4
5
6
N
O
2
3
51 62 73 84
N
O
51 62 73 84
N
O
4
Freq = 3kHz, Duty
BUZZER R35
R28
10K 1K
Freq = 3kHz, Duty
BUZZER R35
PZ1
Q1 BUZZER
Cycle
= 50%
BC846
PZ1
Q1 BUZZER
Cycle
= 80%
BC846
5
10K
Freq
= 3kHz, Duty Cycle
Q1 = 20%
6
7
8
BUZZER R35
10K
BC846
v7
RD3
8
1
BUZZER
VCC-5V
TOP
VIEW
7
Figure 19-1: Piezo
VCC-5V to RD3
buzzer connected
R28
microcontroller
pin PZ1
R28
1K
Enabling Piezo Buzzer
2
VCC-5V
1K
PZ1
BUZZER
SW14
BUZZER R35
Q1
BC846
10K
TOP
VIEW
PERSPECTIVE
VIEW
TOP
VIEW
PERSPECTIVE
VIEW
PERSPECTIVE
VIEW
Freq = 3kHz,
Volume = 50%
Freq = 3kHz,
Volume = 80%
Freq = 3kHz,
Volume = 20%
How to make it sing?
Buzzer starts "singing" when you provide
PWM signal from the microcontroller
to the buzzer driver. The pitch of the
sound is determined by the frequency,
and amplitude is determined by the
duty cycle of the PWM signal.
In order to use the on-board Piezo Buzzer in
your application, you first have to connect the
transistor driver of piezo buzzer to the appropriate
microcontroller pin. This is done using SW14.8 DIP
switch which connects it to RD3 pin.
Figure 19-2:
push
SW14.8 to
ON position
to connect
Piezo buzzer
to RD3
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other modules
DS1820 - Digital
Temperature Sensor
DS1820 is a digital temperature
sensor that uses 1-wire®
interface for it’s operation. It is
capable of measuring temperatures
within the range of -55 to 128°C,
and provides ±0.5°C accuracy for
temperatures within the range of -10 to
85°C. It requires 3V to 5.5V power supply
for stable operation. It takes maximum
of 750ms for the DS1820 to calculate
temperature with 9-bit resolution.
1-wire® serial communication enables
data to be transferred over a single
communication line, while the process
itself is under the control of the master
microcontroller. The advantage of
such communication is that only one
microcontroller pin is used. Multiple
sensors can be connected on the same
line. All slave devices by default have
a unique ID code, which enables the
master device to easily identify all
devices sharing the same interface.
Board provides a separate socket (TS1)
for the DS1820. Communication line
with the microcontroller is selected using
SW11.3 DIP switch (ON position).
GND
VCC-3.3V
Figure 20-2:
DS1820 correctly
placed in socket
Figure 20-3:
Enabled SW11.3
DIP switch
VCC-3.3V
2
™
DS1820
3
C41
100nF
RA0
4
5
6
7
Figure 20-4: DS1820
connected to RA0 pin
8
page 34
VCC
1
EasyPIC Fusion v7 enables you to establish 1-wire® communication between
DS1820 and the microcontroller over RA0 pin. The connection is done placing
SW11.3 DIP switch to ON position (Figure 20-4). When placing the sensor in
the socket make sure that half-circle on the board silkscreen markings matches
the rounded part of the DS1820 sensor. If you accidentally connect the sensor
the other way, it may be permanently damaged. Make sure to disconnect other
peripherals, LEDs and additional pull-up or pull-down resistors from the interface
lines in order not to interfere with signal/data integrity.
DQ
R33
4K7
N
O
Figure 20-1:
DS1820
socket
DATA BUS
Enabling DS1820 Sensor
SW11
v7
The LM35 is a low-cost precision
integrated-circuit temperature sensor,
whose output voltage is linearly
proportional to the Celsius (Centigrade)
temperature. The LM35 thus has an
advantage over linear temperature
sensors calibrated in ° Kelvin, as the
user is not required to subtract a large
constant voltage from its output to
obtain convenient Centigrade scaling.
It has a linear +10.0 mV/°C scale factor
and less than 60 μA current drain. As
it draws only 60 μA from its supply, it
has very low self-heating, less than
0.1°C in still air. EasyPIC Fusion™ v7
enables you to get analog readings
from the LM35 sensor in restricted
temperature range from +2ºC to
other modules
LM35 - Analog
Temperature Sensor
+150ºC. Board provides a
separate socket (TS2) for
the LM35 sensor in TO-92
plastic packaging. Readings
are done with microcontroller
using single analog input line,
which is selected with DIP switch
SW11.4. Switch connects the sensor
with RB0 microcontroller pin.
DATA BUS
Enabling LM35 Sensor
Figure 21-2:
LM35 correctly
placed in socket
VOUT
GND
Figure 21-3:
Enabled SW11.4
DIP switch
R79
220
N
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Figure 21-1:
LM35 socket
VCC
2
3
RB0
4
5
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EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 enables you to get analog readings from the LM35 sensor
using RB0 microcontroller pin. The selection of this line is done placing SW11.4
DIP switch to ON position (Figure 21-4). When placing the sensor in the socket
make sure that half-circle on the board silkscreen markings matches the rounded
part of the LM35 sensor. If you accidentally connect the sensor the other way,
it can be permanently damaged and you might need to replace it with another
one. During the readings of the sensor, make sure that no other device uses the
selected analog line, because it may interfere with the readings.
SW11
LM35
C29
100nF
Figure 21-4: LM35
connected to RB0 pin
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Serial Flash Memory
Flash memory is a non-volatile storage chip that
can be electrically erased and reprogrammed. It
was developed from EEPROM (electrically erasable
programmable read-only memory) and must be
erased in fairly large blocks before these can be
rewritten with new data. The high density NAND type
must also be programmed and read in (smaller) blocks,
or pages, while the NOR type allows a single machine
word (byte) to be written or read independently. Flash
memories come in different sizes and supporting different
clock speeds. They are mostly used for mass storage, as in
USB Flash Drives, which are very popular today.
Enabling Serial Flash
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 features M25P80 serial Serial Flash Memory
which uses SPI communication interface and has 8 Mbits of available
memory, organized as 16 sectors, each containing 256 pages. Each page is 256
bytes wide. Thus, the whole memory can be viewed as consisting of 4096 pages, or
1,048,576 bytes. Maximum clock frequency for READ instructions is 40MHz.
What is SPI?
In order to connect Serial Flash Memory to
the microcontroller you must enable SW13.1,
SW13.2, SW13.3 and SW13.4 switches. This
connects SPI lines to SCK, MISO, MOSI and
RD14 (CS) microcontroller pins.
The Serial Peripheral Interface Bus or SPI bus is a synchronous serial data link standard that operates in full
duplex mode. It consists of four lines MISO (Master Input Slave Output), MOSI (Master Output Slave Input), SCK
(Clock) and CS (Chip Select). Devices communicate in master/slave mode where the master device initiates the
data frame. Multiple slave devices are allowed with individual slave select (chip select) lines.
VCC-3.3V
DATA BUS
N
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1
2
3
VCC-3.3V
SCK
MISO
MOSI
RD14
4
FLASH-CS#
PH_MISO
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2
3
4
U6
CS
SDO
WP
GND
25P80
6
SW13
R39
100K
R43
5
C27
100nF
PH_SCK
PH_MISO
PH_MOSI
FLASH-CS#
VCC-3.3V
VCC
HOLD
SCK
SDI
8
7
6
5
Figure 22-1:
Schematic of
Serial Flash
Memory
module
PH_MOSI
PH_SCK
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I C EEPROM
EEPROM is short for Electrically Erasable
Programmable Read Only Memory. It is
usually a secondary storage memory in devices
containing data that is retained even if the device
looses power supply. EEPROMs come with parallel
or serial interface to the master device. Because
of the ability to alter single bytes of data, EEPROM
devices are used to store personal preference and
configuration data in a wide spectrum of consumer,
automotive, telecommunication, medical, industrial, and
PC applications.
Enabling I2C EEPROM
Figure 23-2:
Activate
SW14.3 and
SW14.4 or
SW14.5 and
SW14.6
switches
In order to connect I2C EEPROM to the
microcontroller you must enable SW14.3 and
SW14.4 or SW14.5 and SW14.6 switches. 2K2
pull-up resistors necessary for I2C communication
are already provided on SDA and SCL lines once
switches are turned on. Prior to using EEPROM in
your application, make sure to disconnect other
peripherals, LEDs and additional pull-up or pulldown resistors from the interface lines in order
not to interfere with signal/data integrity.
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 supports serial EEPROM which uses I2C
communication interface and has 1024 bytes of available memory.
EEPROM itself supports single byte or 16-byte (page) write and read
operations. Data rates are dependent of power supply voltage, and go up to
400 kHz for 3.3V power supply.
What is I2C?
I2C is a multi-master serial single-ended bus that is used to attach low-speed peripherals to computer or embedded
systems. I²C uses only two open-drain lines, Serial Data Line (SDA) and Serial Clock (SCL), pulled up with
resistors. SCL line is driven by a master, while SDA is used as bidirectional line either by master or slave device.
Up to 112 slave devices can be connected to the same bus. Each slave must have a unique address.
VCC-3.3V
N
O
DATA BUS
other modules
2
VCC-3.3V
VCC-3.3V
1
2
3
RA2
RA3
VCC-3.3V
4
5
C36
100nF
6
EEPROM-SCL
EEPROM-SDA
EEPROM-SCL
EEPROM-SDA
1
2
3
4
U9
7
A0
A1
A2
VSS
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
8
24AA01 EEPROM
8
7
6
5
R72
2K2
R73
2K2
EEPROM-SCL
EEPROM-SDA
Figure 23-1:
Schematic of
I2C EEPROM
module
SW14
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ADC inputs
Digital signals have two discrete states, which are decoded as
high and low, and interpreted as logic 1 and logic 0. Analog
signals, on the other hand, are continuous, and can have
any value within defined range. A/D converters are
specialized circuits which can convert analog signals
(voltages) into a digital representation, usually in
form of an integer number. The value of this
number is linearly dependent on the input
voltage value. Most microcontrollers
nowadays internally have A/D
converters connected to one or
more input pins. Some of the
most important parameters of
In order to connect the output of the
A/D converters are conversion
potentiometer P1 to RB0, RB1, RB4, RB8
time and resolution. Conversion
or RB9 analog microcontroller inputs, you
time determines how fast can an
have to place the jumper J8 in the desired
analog voltage be represented in form of
position. By moving the potentiometer
a digital number. This is an important parameter
knob, you can create voltages in range
if you need fast data acquisition. The other parameter
from GND to VCC.
is resolution. Resolution represents the number of discrete
steps that supported voltage range can be divided into. It determines
the sensitivity of the A/D converter. Resolution is represented in maximum number of bits that resulting number occupies. Most
microcontrollers have 10-bit resolution, meaning that maximum value of conversion can be represented with 10 bits, which converted to
integer is 210=1024. This means that supported voltage range, for example from 0-3.3V, can be divided into 1024 discrete steps of about 3.222mV.
EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 provides an interface in form of potentiometer for simulating analog input voltages that can be routed to any of the 5 supported
analog input pins.
Enabling ADC inputs
DATA BUS
P1
RB0
RB1
RB4
RB8
RB9
R42
VCC-3.3V
E18
10uF
220
Figure 24-1:
Schematic of ADC
input
10K
J8
C28
100nF
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EasyMx PRO™ v7 for Stellaris® contains GND pins located in different sections of
the board, which allow you to easily connect oscilloscope GND reference when
you monitor signals on microcontroller pins, or signals of on-board modules.
1
1
GND is located just below power supply section.
2
GND is located below the micro SD section.
3
GND is located just above PORTG/L Input/Output Group.
1
2
3
2
3
Figure 25-1:
three oscilloscope GND pins
are conveniently positioned so
different parts of the board can be
reached with an oscilloscope probe
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Additional GNDs
What’s Next?
You have now completed the journey through each and every feature of EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 board. You got to know it’s modules, organization, supported microcontrollers,
programmer and debugger. Now you are ready to start using your new board. We are suggesting several steps which are probably the best way to begin. We invite you to
join thousands of users of EasyPIC™ brand. You will find very useful projects and tutorials and can get help from a large ecosystem of users. Welcome!
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