Since the links provided by Graynomad come from his own site (www.robgray.com), you should email him directly on his web site.
I have just been alerted to the fact that all the links are broken. I recently had to clean up my server and it seems that there was some collateral damage
Unfortunately the files in question are NOT in my backed up data, why I have no idea, but I’ll try to find versions in other locations and re-instate them.
i am connecting arduino due i2c1 with my dac mcp4725 but dnt know how to use i2c1 .its working fine on i2c but i need multiple.
This is not the right place to post this thread (no link with the Graynomad pinout diagram). Ask the mod to transfer your post to the DUE threads.
I think that all files except Gogol's editable version have been restored. I can't find Gogol's file anywhere, if he's still a member maybe he has a copy.
graynomad: I think that all files except Gogol's editable version have been restored.
oqibidipo: web.archive.org has it: https://web.archive.org/web/20180328233937/http://www.robgray.com/temp/Due-pinout-fillable-form.pdf
Thanks, restored, all files should be good now.
graynomad: After much discussion about pinout diagrams and Arduino documentaion I decided it's time to put my
moneytime where my mouth is and create a pinout diagram for the Due
NOTE: Regardless of new posts this first post will always point to the current versions of the drawing.
ANOTHER NOTE: This might look pretty flash but it is NOT VERIFIED and NOT OFFICIAL it's very easy to make a mistake with this sort of thing. This means that you should not bet the farm by doing a design based on this drawing without checking what you are doing.
7 Apr 2014 Gogol's editable version added.
8 Jun 2013 Errata fixed.
26 Feb 2013 Some new annotations added. SPI Arduino pins numbers added. The SDA1 and SCL1 pins were swapped, as were all related labels except D71 and D70. Fixed. PDF version added.
11 Nov 2012 First version.
ERRATA/CHANGES/ADDITIONS: (not available in the latest version but will appear next time I upload) None known at this time.
LATEST VERSION: (8 Jun 13)
Web version (176kB) (900x1004, same as above) Due-pinout-WEB.png
A4 version (628kB) (2676x2400px) Due-pinout-A4.png
A3 version (884kB) (3679x3300px) Due-pinout-A3.png
CorelDRAW vector file (672kB) Due-pinout.cdr
SVG vector file (2.0MB) Due-pinout.svg
PDF file (569kB) Due-pinout.pdf
Note the CC BY-ND license, you can use this diagram for any purpose commercial or non-commercial but you cannot make changes. If you want a custom size or version email me.
Editable PDF version (676k) This allows you to enter your project's functions for each pin. With thanks to member Gogol. Due-pinout-fillable-form.pdf
Actually, We used this Due pinout diagram in My Engineering Main Project. We were Little Confused then. Somehow we managed it. Succeed Back then me and my team is very new to this concept Eventually OR Accendentaly choose my career in VAR, 3D Technology, Lidar Because future is Full of Automation
Nice to see this diagram is still of some use.
Hola. Con permiso de Rob, he traducido a Español el Pinout. Disfrutazlo. Un saludo y gracias.
Hi. With Rob's permission, I have translated the Pinout into Spanish. Enjoy it Greetings and thank you.
Pinout DUE en Español: Download image
My Web AFPT - DUE: Arduino Facil Para Todos
Thanks Manolofen, I've added it to post #1 so it's more accessible.
@graynomad, Indeed this old diagram is still in use. I am using it to compare to the Atmel (now Microchip) E70 Explained's "Ardunio" pinout set which was "claimed" to be compatible with Arduino Due R3, and it is NOT! With Microchip's takeover of Atmel this product is probably a dead horse (E70 MCU). Note that many people/companies use a similar format for showing pinouts(see some of the Chinese flight controllers). Do you know of a modifiable template of your diagram? I'd like to make one for the SAM E70 Explained. Thanks!
The original post has the drawing in editable formats, SVG and CDR. You should be able to use them as the base for your version.
Tks for share
based on the Atmel documentation A28 is pin 111
Sorry, I don't hang out here much these days and just got your PM. I'll look into it.
I made a library to easily enable debounce filter: DUE_Schmitt
Here all pin schmitt capable:
A0 to A11 canRX digital: 0, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11,12,13, SDA1, SCL1 digital: 4 ( on port C.26 ) digital: 10 ( on port A.28 ) digital: 22 to 31 digital 33 to 40 digital 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52
maybe it could be added to the diagram.
This thread is as old as the Arduino Due device, however, I just started working with these devices on a new project. So this pinout is very helpful. I also understand that the enumeration of serial interfaces in the Arduino software framework differs from the numbering of the hardware serial interfaces of the SAM3x controller (see Arduino Due V03 schematic).
Regarding UART, I struggle to match the information given in the pinout to the schematic and the SAM3x pinout.
For example, SERIAL3 pins are on 15(RX), 14(TX) of the Arduino header. According to the schematic, these header pins map to signals RxD0 and TxD0 which are connected to pins 18 and 17 of the SAM3x controller. However, the pinout diagram names them “RXD3” and “TXD3” (boxes with white background).
According to the schematic, SAM3x UART TxD3 and RxD3 are on pins 91 and 92.
I wonder why this is? What am I missing here?