I tried it in a QEMU virtual machine with Windows 2000, but it didn't work and I really don't want to put wine into my "clean" Linux system. When you would have some minutes in the next weeks, please perhaps could you convert the schematic to pdf, this would be very nice!Pepito wrote:http://www.target-3001.de/target/v15/en ... ewer_e.exe
That one works together with wine.
Oh great, what are you planning?Pepito wrote:Let me know if you are interested in other extensions for RPI. Have some more working stuff, not yet published.
Pepito wrote:If you need filter in front of the analog inputs, ok, there is still some space on the pcb.
Will provide the Target PCB & Gerber sources, for free of course. Then you can add what you need.
Analog out is a good idea. Space for AD converter is available, but not for additional connector.
Think it's better to design EMBIR-AD, same size, with good AD on it.
Some more Information out of my spec ( still working on it ):
– Short-circuit-proof highside drivers with diagnosis function
– 500 mA pulse and 150 mA permanent load driving capability
– Active clamp circuit for use with inductive loads
– Load diagnosis for driver current, output voltage and impedance (cable fractures, load resistance and short circuits)
– Pull-up/Pull-down current sources (0.2, 0.6, 2 mA) configurable
– 10-bit A/D converter for sensing and diagnosis measurement
– Safety features: voltage and ground monitor, temperature sensor with warning and shutdown features, power output enable
– Programmable interrupt generation with event storage
– Variable digital filters for the debouncing of I/O signals
Thinking about optocoupler for SPI, makes sense?
Pepito wrote:@sriramsass ... Your requirements fit perfectly to EMBIR-JX. You can configure in groups of 4 IO's to your needs. ( digital input, high side driver or analog Input ).
The used Chip is extremly robust, there is no buffer required.