Daisy is a cabling method reducing development time of equipment based on both FOX Board G20 and Netus G20 boards. The basic idea is to be able to wire on-field interfaces onto the NetusG20 module faster, using plugged instead of welded cables.
The DAISY-1 board is at the center of the Daisy cabling system. It is plugable over the NetusG20 board to provides 8 connectors to plug up to 8 or more daisy modules using ribbon flat cables.
Each connector is identified with a unique name as D1, D2, D3, etc. and has a different set of signals coming from the Atmel CPU.
|2||TXD (PB6)||PA31 (ID63-TXD)||TXD (PB4)||AVDD||PB12 (ID76-TXD)||TXD (PB10)||MOSI (PB1)||TXD2 (PB8)|
|3||RXD (PB7)||PA30 (ID62-RXD)||RXD (PB5)||VREF||PB13 (ID77-RXD)||RXD (PB11)||MISO (PB0)||RXD2 (PB9)|
|4||RTS (PB28)||PA29 (ID61)||RTS (PB26)||AGND||PB16 (ID80)||RTS (PC8)||CK (PB2)|
|5||CTS (PB29)||PA28 (ID60)||CTS (PB27)||AD0 (PC0)||PB17 (ID81)||CTS (PC10)||NPCS0 (PB3)|
|6||PA27 (ID59)||DSR (PB22)||AD1 (PC1)||PB18 (ID82)||PB31 (ID95)||NPCS1 (PC5)|
|7||TWD (PA23)||PA26 (ID58)||DTR (PB24)||AD2 (PC2)||PB19 (ID83)||TWD (PA23)||NPCS2 (PC4)||TWD (PA23)|
|8||TWCK (PA24)||PA25 (ID57)||RI (PB25)||AD3 (PC3)||PB20 (ID84)||TWCK (PA24)||NPCS3 (PC3)||TWCK (PA24)|
|9||5V||PB30 (ID94)||CD (PB23)||5V||PB21 (ID85)||5V||5V||5V|
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20 cm ribbon cable with 10 wires compatible with the Acme Daisy Cabling System.
At least one of these cables is required to connect each Daisy module.
if you need different lengths please consider making your own the cable using the IDC socket JJ-02291-10P-F and the flat cable FC-3754-1M.
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