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Palliser

Hello Gray,
CANRX and CANTX in the board should be reversed. Great, great job man!

Graynomad

Fixed and uploaded. Thanks.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

Palliser

Sorry Rob, but you just had only to swap CANTX and CANRX inside the board, as follows:



Sorry again for the misunderstanding.

Graynomad

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Nov 15, 2012, 05:15 am Last Edit: Nov 15, 2012, 05:21 am by Graynomad Reason: 1
Bugger, I swapped everything else :)

Will fix.

EDIT: Fixed (I hope)

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com


Markus_L811


Good work.

I would more than agree with that.

Btw. change the places from PWMH2 and CANTX1 and it looks more corporate

Graynomad

Thanks guys.

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change the places from PWMH2 and CANTX1

Will do.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

Hi Rob

thanks for the updates!

As you did correctly the change for PWM10 to point to C.18, the comment should now be updated as follows:
"Also connected to A.28".

thank you

Dan

Graynomad

All recent changes (I think) uploaded.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

Rob,

thanks for the corrections.

One more thing: port C.29 (PWM10) is high current.
Could you also move the comment on the left "Allows serial2 to be used for SPI" above the "SCK1" box. This to make the total picture a bit less wide (as such fits better in a document).

Anyway I would like to thank you for a super job done. This is a great diagram to be used for all (hey Arduino guys, please take note ;)

best,
-Dan

stimmer

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Nov 15, 2012, 11:48 am Last Edit: Nov 15, 2012, 11:57 am by stimmer Reason: 1
Great work so far. I have a suggestion:  I printed the diagram out, and there's a problem that in print there's a lack of contrast with the yellow-on-grey port pin labels - they are almost unreadable. Given that (for me anyway) that's the most important column on the diagram could you change the colours for something more high contrast?

On pin 10: As you note this is also connected to port C29. Port C29 is referred to as digital pin 77 in Arduino - that is, if you load the Blink example and change the pin to 77, it will blink an LED connected to pin 10. It might be worth noting that as well.

Also could you add digital 'pins' 72 and 73? These aren't physical pins, but they are connected to the RX and TX LEDs near the native port - changing Blink to use pin 72 or 73 will flash them. Ports are C30 and A21 respectively.
Due VGA library - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,150517.0.html

Graynomad

Thanks Stimmer.

I've changed the colour of the port pins. As it's important this is legible in hard copy can you print it out again and see if that's now the case?

Note that at present I'm limiting the size to 2000px wide, this should print well up to about 8" or even A4 without pixelization. When it's more stable I'll upload larger versions.

I've added the LEDs.

But I'm having trouble with your second point. I can see that D10 and D77 are the same pin, IE C.29 or SS0/PWM10. But I can't see that any LED is connected to this. I don't have a Due so can't check this, which LED blinks?

New version uploaded with the above as I see it so far.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

Markus_L811


Thanks Stimmer.

I've changed the colour of the port pins. As it's important this is legible in hard copy can you print it out again and see if that's now the case?

Note that at present I'm limiting the size to 2000px wide, this should print well up to about 8" or even A4 without pixelization. When it's more stable I'll upload larger versions.

I've added the LEDs.

But I'm having trouble with your second point. I can see that D10 and D77 are the same pin, IE C.29 or SS0/PWM10. But I can't see that any LED is connected to this. I don't have a Due so can't check this, which LED blinks?

New version uploaded with the above as I see it so far.

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Rob

Looks every post better, I would let Pin 4 even look like Pin 10 with the bonded Pin A29, and on TX0 RX0 may for USB programming isn'd obvious enough somethink that make it more clear that they are connectet on the programming port would be better my opinion.

stimmer

Thanks very much, it is a lot more readable now.

The ports and pins for the TX/RX leds should be swapped. The LEDs themselves are in the correct order (ON,L,TX,RX) but the ports and pins should be in the order D13,D73,D72 ; B.27,A.21,C.30 ; 68,107,103

About D77, what I meant was if you plugged your own LED (and resistor) into D10 on the board, Blink will flash it when led=10 or led=77. It isn't connected to any LED already on the board.

There are some other pin number oddities in arduino_due_x/variant.cpp, for example digitalWrite(79,HIGH) will set both pins 70 and 71 - I don't think it's helpful to add these to the diagram though.
Due VGA library - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,150517.0.html

Graynomad

@Markus

Done and uploaded.

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TX0 RX0 may for USB programming isn'd obvious

Is that what you meant?

Stimmer, just saw what you wrote. Will respond shortly.

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Rob
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