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ERSKY9x Upgrade PCB
| Dec 10, 2011 @ 07:51 AM | 5,150 Views
The Boards are in finally !
I have to add the connectors ... and then program the ARM and AVR micros Then test the input/output , co-processor , sound , volume , serial ports ....
well there lots of stuff to test...
Here is the Rev B1 version of the ERSKY9x board.
It uses a larger TO220 style 3.3V regulator , to allow for better heat dissipation
when using 3S lipos .
It is designed to replace the main control board in the 9x radio.
It runs a new version of the ER9x and Open9x software.
Developed for the ARM microprocessor
It has a SAM3S ARM microprocessor , with 256K Eprom , 48K Ram
and adjustable clock up to 64Mhz
4Mb SPI EEPROM for model storage.
Each model has 4K of storage space
So there is room for around 40 models , before using the Mini SD card.
Upgrade socket for better quality , easier to read LCD
DAC sound support with digital volume control
and 3/4Watt audio amp , with 8 ohm speaker and headphone jack output.
2.5mm stereo jack for external access of COM ports.
3.5mm headphone jack , with auto speaker cutoff.
Built in USB port for program upgrades , and computer access
High speed Micro SD card socket , for model and sound storage , telemetry logging?
Third Serial Com Port , for RN-42 Bluetooth module hookup.
Easy hookup for telemetry with built in RS232 converters
Haptic output connector.
Dimmable On/Off LED backlight control
External input for Rotary encoder.
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