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Abstract: board is connected to a development system via an IDC10 connector on the board and a 2x5 connector on , the 5V power supply from the development system it is connected to. IDC10 connector Figure 1: Serial 7-Seg Display additional board Figure 2: Connecting IDC10 connector Figure 3: Development MikroElektronika
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AVR/8051 MAX7219
Abstract: device mikroProgâ"¢ uses female IDC10 connector, Figure 5-1. In order to make proper connection with the target board it is necessary to pay attention to IDC10 connector pinout. Every pin has a different purpose and for easy orientation IDC10 connector is marked with a little knob and incision , microcontroller programming. Figure 5-1: IDC10 connector Page 12 6. IDC10 Pinout 01 MCU-VCC - MCU power , mikromedia board via 1x5 male header Page 14 Figure 7-3: Use entire IDC10 connector for multiplexing MikroElektronika
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PIC10 PIC12 PIC16 PIC18 PIC30/33 PIC24
Abstract: board is connected to a development system via an IDC10 connector on the flat cable, whereas an on-board 1x20 male connector is used to connect an LCD or a GLCD display. Depending on the display in use , connector enables connection of LCD/GLCD IDC10 connector enables the additional board to be connected to MikroElektronika
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Abstract: Connection established via an IDC10 connector; - Low power consumption; and - 3.3V or 5V power supply , Controller additional board can be easily connected to a development system via an IDC10 connector CN1 that , panel is established via the CN2 connector provided on the additional board. How to use the board? A MikroElektronika
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Abstract: Figure 4-1: IDC10 JTAG connector For connection with a target device mikroProgâ"¢ uses IDC10 , to pay attention to IDC10 connector pinout. Every pin has a different purpose and for easy orientation IDC10 connector is marked with a little knob and incision between pins number 9 and 7, Figure 5-1 , . Connector Pinout#8; 15 9 6. Connection schematic example#8; 16 step 1 â'" Start installation , Key features What you see 01 02 01 Flat cable 03 02 USB MINIB connector 04 MikroElektronika
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8051F AT89S8253
Abstract: the additional board and a development system is established via an IDC10 connector on the board and a 2x5 connector on one of the developmet systemâ'™s ports. Communication between the additional , CS pin (Chip Select). IDC10 connector used to connect a development system Figure 1: Serial 7 MikroElektronika
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LV18F LV-18F
Abstract: . Connection between the additional board and a development system is established via an IDC10 connector on the board and a 2x5 connector on one of the developmet systemâ'™s ports. Communication between the , into the microcontroller, which pins will be used as the CS pin (Chip Select). IDC10 connector used MikroElektronika
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Abstract: 11 4. Connecting with a target device Figure 4-1: IDC10 JTAG connector For connection with a target device mikroProgâ"¢ uses IDC10 connector, as shown on Figure 4-1. In order to make proper connection with the target board it is necessary to pay attention to IDC10 connector pinout. Every pin has a different purpose and for easy orientation IDC10 connector is marked with a little knob and incision , '" Start installation#8; 7 5. Connector Pinout#8; 13 step 2 â'" Accept EULA#8; 7 6. Connection MikroElektronika
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Abstract: 4-1: IDC10 JTAG connector For connection with a target device mikroProgâ"¢ uses IDC10 connector , pay attention to IDC10 connector pinout. Every pin has a different purpose and for easy orientation IDC10 connector is marked with a little knob and incision between pins number 9 and 7, Figure 5-1 , device#8; 12 step 1 â'" Start installation#8; 7 5. Connector Pinout#8; 13 step 2 â'" Accept , USB MINIB connector 04 03 DATA transfer indication LED 05 04 ACTIVE indication LED 06 MikroElektronika
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Abstract: 2. Connecting to the Target Device Figure 2-1: IDC10 JTAG connector mikroProg connects to the target device through a IDC10 JTAG connector, as shown in Figure 2-1. To ensure a proper connection, pay attention to the IDC10 connector pinout. Every pin has a diï¬'erent purpose, and the IDC10 connector is , Target Device 8 step 1 â'" Start installation 7 3. Connector Pinout step 2 â'" Setup 7 , 03 02 USB MINI-B connector 04 03 DATA transfer indication LED 05 04 ACTIVE indication MikroElektronika
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Abstract: additional board can be easily connected to a development system via an IDC10 connector CN2. The CN1 connector is used to access the port pins the additional board is connected to. How to use the board? The MikroElektronika
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Abstract: TRANSLATOR board can be easily connected to a development system via a 2x5 connector CN1 and a flat cable with appropriate IDC10 connectors, Figure 1. The board is connected to a device via a 2x5 connector CN2. Figure 1: 3.3V-5V VOLTAGE TRANSLATOR board Figure 2: Connecting IDC10 connector to a development system Figure 3: Flat cable with IDC10 connectors How to use the board? The additional , CN3 connector. MikroElektronika The 3.3V-5V VOLTAGE TRANSLATOR board is capable of MikroElektronika
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74LVCC3245
Abstract: the board? The mikroBuffer additional board can be easily connected to a microcontroller via an IDC10 connector CN1. Connectors CN2, CN3, CN4 and CN5 are used to established connection between the board and a , supply voltage via the CN6 connector. Figure 2: Dimensions of the mikroBuffer additional board MikroElektronika
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Abstract: it is necessary to pay attention to the IDC10 connector pinout. Every pin has a different purpose and for easy orientation IDC10 connector is marked with a little knob and incision between pins , . Connector Pinout#8; 15 6. Connection schematic example#8; 16 step 3 â'" Installing the drivers , "¢ for FT90x software 1 3 4 What you see 5 6 1 Flat cable 2 USB MINIB connector 3 DATA , target device Figure 4-1: mikroProg connector For connection with a target device mikroProgâ"¢ uses MikroElektronika
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Abstract: two 2x5 connectors and a flat cable with appropriate IDC10 connectors, Figure 1. A 2x5 connector CN1 is used for connection with the development system, whereas a 2x5 connector CN2 is used for connection with a device. 2x5 connector CN1 2x5 connector CN2 Figure 1: 5V-3.3V VOLTAGE TRANSLATOR additional board Figure 2: Plugging IDC10 connector into a development system Figure 3: Flat cable with IDC10 connectors How does the board operate? The additional board performs voltage adjustment MikroElektronika
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Abstract: connected to a development system via an IDC10 connector on the additional board and one of 2x5 connectors on the development systemâ'™s ports. Connection with LCD display is established via a 1x16 connector MikroElektronika
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240X64

Abstract: to a development system via an IDC10 connector CN1 on the flat cable. The board is connected to the , connector CN3 is used to establish connection with a GLCD 240x64 display. Its backlight is connected via
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240X64

240x128

Abstract: ? The Serial GLCD 240x128 Adapter board can be easily connected to a development system via an IDC10 connector CN1 on the flat cable. The board is connected to the development system I/O port that is also connected to the SPI module built into the microcontroller. A 1x22 connector CN3 is used to establish
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240x128
Abstract: development systems. To make connection between development system and SmartGM862 use flat cable with IDC10 connector and make connection between 2x5 male header on development system port and 2x5 male header CN1 on , necessary to connect external power supply via AC/DC connector CN2. Power supply voltage can be in range , / MikroElektronika Connector CN4 is used for microphone connection AC/DC power supply connector CN2 Connector CN5 is used for speaker connection 2x5 male header is used for connection with development MikroElektronika
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GM862
Abstract: microcontroller is programmed with the 8051prog programmer that is plugged via its IDC10 connector into a 2x5 , power supply, USB connector, pull-up resistors and reset button. Key features: - Data , microcontroller plugged into the appropriate socket on the board and external devices. A 2x5 connector CN5 is used to connect the 8051prog programmer to the microcontroller pins used for programming. A USB connector , the CN8 connector. How to use the board? In order to use the 8051-Ready additional board, it is MikroElektronika
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8051-R DIP40 DIP20 PLCC40
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