The interface has been built using applets, which are connected
to the “Trilobite” control system via a TCP socket connection.
Someone else has written the Trilobite’s control system earlier. The
interface has four different programs to choose from. Only two of them
are working so far because of a limited number of commands on the
already written Robot’s server.
http://www.nada.kth.se/utbildning/grukt ... _03047.pdf
The MC68332 is a highly-integrated 32 bit microcontroller that combines high-performance data manipulation capabilities with powerful peripheral subsystems.This MCU is built up from standard modules that interface through a common intermodule bus (IMB).
The MCU incorporates a 32 bit CPU (CPU32), a system integration module (SIM), a time processing unit (TPU), a queued serial module (QSM) and a 2 Kbyte static RAM module with TPU emulation capability (TPURAM). http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/sit ... de=MC68332
4 Megabit (512 K x 8-Bit) CMOS 5.0 Volt-only, Uniform Sector Flash Memory http://www.digchip.com/datasheets/parts ... 9F040B.php
Low-Power, 8-Channel, Serial 10-Bit ADC
vespaman wrote:The connector is afaict a amp/tyco Micro-MaTch
vespaman wrote:Finding the uart signals shouldn't be a problem.
vespaman wrote:Finding the uart signals shouldn't be a problem. But the protocol would probably be a bit tough. At least without a BDM connection. Possibly there's a BDM on the red connector for firmware upgrade. In that case someone with a 5V BDM cable might do some good...
vespaman wrote:If you (or anyone else) beat me to it, please try to map all signals, not just the uart ones!
vespaman wrote:BDM is short for Background Debug Mode, which is the "development door" to the unit.
Parker wrote:vespaman wrote:If you (or anyone else) beat me to it, please try to map all signals, not just the uart ones!
I believe only two pins are connected. I've attached a photo I took a while back and you can see the two tracks under "X11" are the only ones that appear to go to the connector. Does that sound right?
Parker wrote:vespaman wrote:BDM is short for Background Debug Mode, which is the "development door" to the unit.
Using BDM requires a gadget like this, right?
http://www.pemicro.com/products/product ... 4B7A6C1274
bhylak wrote:Maybe it would be easier just to bypass the main board...
I will check again if we can be more open now when production is stopped.
Eventually it would gain some students and Electrolux at the same time.