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boards:sbc:mpu302 [2017/11/29 12:12]
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 ==== Powering up ==== ==== Powering up ====
  
-Powering the board requires a 25-pin [[:​boards:​sbc:​mpu302:​db25nullmodem|null modem cable]] between the CRAFT connector and a PC. Set baud rate to 38400, 8N1, no hardware handshake.+Powering the board requires a 25-pin [[:​boards:​sbc:​mpu302:​db25nullmodem|null modem cable]] between the CRAFT connector and a PC. Set baud rate to 38400, 8N1, RTS/​CTS ​hardware handshake.
  
 Hook up 5V & ground to the points indicated by the arrows. The '​+5V'​ arrow points to a gold-plated wire-wrap post soldered to the banded end of the capacitor. The power consumption is about 250mA. Hook up 5V & ground to the points indicated by the arrows. The '​+5V'​ arrow points to a gold-plated wire-wrap post soldered to the banded end of the capacitor. The power consumption is about 250mA.
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 === Enable hardware expansion === === Enable hardware expansion ===
  
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 Two engineering changes are required to enable expansion board to the 96-pin DIN41612 connector: Two engineering changes are required to enable expansion board to the 96-pin DIN41612 connector:
boards/sbc/mpu302.txt · Last modified: 2017/12/08 16:56 by plasmo
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