X100/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+
X100/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+X100/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+X100/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+X100/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+X100/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+X100/200/300 Function Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi B/B+

Плата расширения X100 (shield) для Raspberry Pi model B

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The X100 expansion board designed for use on the Raspberry Pi (RPi) computer platform. The board supplies RPi with a regulated +5V from a wide-range voltage source and also contains a real-time clock, a RS232 master port, a HDMI to VGA converter, 3-port USB hub, memory card reader, and 8-channel darlington Driver.

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The X100 expansion board designed for use on the Raspberry Pi (RPi) computer platform. The board supplies RPi with a regulated +5V from a wide-range voltage source and also contains a real-time clock, a RS232 master port, a HDMI to VGA converter, 3-port USB hub, memory card reader, and 8-channel darlington Driver.

Description:

The X100 expansion board designed for use on the Raspberry Pi (RPi) computer platform. The board supplies RPi with a regulated +5V from a wide-range voltage source and also contains a real-time clock, a RS232 master port, a HDMI to VGA converter, 3-port USB hub, memory card reader, and 8-channel darlington Driver.

KEY FEATURES X100
Available
X105
Coming soon
X200
Available
X300
Available
X305
Coming soon
X500
Coming soon
X505
Coming soon
Designed for Raspberry Pi Model B Model B+ Compute Module
Supported operating system RASPBIAN (Debian Wheezy)
Wide input voltage 6~23Vdc 6~23Vdc 6~21Vdc 6~21Vdc 6~21Vdc 6~21Vdc 6~21Vdc
Self-power USB port 3 3 3 3 3 8 4
Duplicated the RPi pin header - -
VGA output
Real-time clock (RTC)
Servo support -(ULN2803)
IR receiver (38KHz)
RS232 DB9 connector
WIFI (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
Bluetooth V2.1+ EDR
3.5mm MIC in jack
3.5mm stereo audio jack
Audio IO connector
SPDIF output
Stereo audio amplifier 3.3x2W
SATA port
Power output connector
Micro-SD card socket
Reset switch for RPi reset
DIP switch to remove connection
from RPi’s pin header
- -
HDMI output - - - - -
GPIO bank x2 - - - - -
DSI display connector x2 - - - - -
CSI camera connector x2 - - - - -
DDR2 SODIMM module socket - - - - -
10/100 Ethernet RJ45 jack - - - - -
Micro USB data port - - - - -

Raspberry Pi X100 Expansion Board Over

X100 Expansion Board BottomX100 Expansion Board Connectors

Installation

rPi X100 Mounting rPi X100 Pin Headers rPi X100 HDMI
Step 1: Installing the mounting post Sept 2: Installed the expansion board into the GPIO header pins Step 3: Insert the HDMI adapter
rPi X100 USB rPi X100 Mounting rPi X100 Pin Header
Step 4: Insert the USB adapter Setp 5: Screw down the expansionboard Setp 6: Install the pin header for RESETand solder it (Optional)

 

Power supply
X100 supplies the RPi with a regulated +5V through the GPIO header using a 5A poly-resettable (PTC) fuse. With the wide voltage input range, the RPi can be powered from a wide variety of external sources such as batteries, 12V power adapters, solar battery sources, etc. Additional +5V power outputs are also available at the pins of the JST servo ports connectors.

Warning: do not connect a +5V supply through the Raspberry Pi micro-USB connector when used with X100.

HDMI to VGA
See description on http://elinux.org/RPi_Screens#RGB_analog.2FVGA
Any HDMI to VGA adapter without external PSU might work for a time, but then burn out D1, therefore Do not use HDMI converters powered by the HDMI port! The solution is to either only use externally powered converters.

X100 doesn’t use power from RPi HDMI port and has many features that enable it to perform in a superior manner. Among those features you will find:

  • Easy to Use: No need of cable and setting
  • Conversion: It can convert complete HDMI into VGA video.
  • Supports 165MHz/1.65Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel) bandwidth for HDMI Input.
  • Supports Analogue Video output up to UXGA and 1080p with 10-bit DAC.

RS232 Master Port
The RS232 port is connected to the UART port on the Raspberry Pi using a MAX3232 interface. The MAX3232 IC converts the 3.3V UART port to RS232 voltages allowing communication with RS232 compatible devices over a DB9 serial cable or with the use of a null-modem cable the board allows terminal access with linux on the Raspberry Pi using a terminal application. The RS232 port can be accessed through the DB9 port.

Real-time clock (RTC)
Designed to be used in Raspbian and It is a highly accurate real-time clock which connects via the GPIO port on a Raspberry Pi. It uses the GND, SDA and SCL pins.

It utilises the highly accurate NXP PCF2127AT chip and features:

  • Very accurate timekeeping (typically±3ppm or <2 minutes deviation per year).
  • Integrated crystal that compensates for temperature and age.
  • The supplied battery will keep the time for a very long time if the device isn’t used and considerably longer if it is.
  • 512 bytes of static RAM protected by the backup battery.
  • Coin Battery Included!

Set-up (LXTerminal)

  1. Download the latest version operation system of Raspbian «wheezy» and install. http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads
  2. Make sure we’ve got the latest firmware drivers. Sudo apt-get update
  3. Download the RTC driver wget http://afterthoughtsoftware.com/files/llinux-image-3.6.11-atsw-rtc_1.0_armhf.deb
  4. Extract the RTC driver tar xzvf rtc-3.6.11.tar.gz
  5. Install the RTC driver sudo dpkg -i linux-image-3.6.11-atsw-rtc_1.0_armhf.deb
  6. Copy the RTC module’s boot file to the Raspberry Pi boot directory. sudo cp /boot/vmlinuz-3.6.11-atsw-rtc+ /boot/kernel.img
  7. Open the ‘modules’ file in the nano text editor Sudo nano /etc/modules
  8. Add the following text, one per line i2c-bcm2708 rtc-pcf2127a

lx-term-rpi

  • Press ‘CTRL + X’ to exit, Type ‘Y’ to save those changes, Press ‘Enter’ to return
  • Open ‘rc.local’ for editing Sudo nano /etc/rc.local
  • Register the RTC module and set the system clock from the RTC. echo pcf2127a 0x51 > /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c-1/new_device ( sleep 2; hwclock -s ) &

lx-term-rpi-2

  • Press ‘CTRL + X’ to exit, Type ‘Y’ to save those changes, Press ‘Enter’ to return.
  • Reboot sudo reboot
  • Set the system time.sudo date MMDDHHMMYYYY.SS (MM= Month, DD= Date, HH= Hour, MM= Minute, YYYY= Year, SS= Second ) Example 2013 Jan 4 , 11:39:00 , sudo date 010411392013.00
  • Copy the system time into the clock module sudo hwclock -w
  • To read the time from the clock module sudo hwclock -r
  • To copy the time from the clock module to the system sudo hwclock -s

ULN2803 8-channel RC servo port
Bring in some muscle to your output pins with 8 mighty Darlingtons! This driver chip contains 8 drivers that can sink 500mA from a selecable 5V or input voltage supply and has kickback diodes included inside for driving coils. This will let your little microcontroller or microcomputer power solenoids, DC motors (in one direction) and unipolar stepper motors. The GPIO Pins are connected to ULN2803 inputs through a DIP switch, with the its outputs going to two array of Wire-to-Board header. Alternatively, these ports can be used to supply +5V or input voltage to other external circuitry, or embedded devices.

Please note that this is an ‘open collector’ driver — it can only be used to connect the load to ground and there will be a 1 Volt (or more) ‘drop’ across the internal transistors.

Schematic diagram Raspberry Pi GPIO Pin numbering ULN2803 Datasheet

rpi-schematiculn2803a

Optional driver to install — WiringPi
1. Install GIT
sudo apt-get install git-core
2. Download WiringPi
git clone git://git.drogon.net/wiringPi
3. Enter the directory of wiringPi
cd wiringPi
4. Install wiringPi
./build
5. Test GPIO port
gpio mode x out (x = GPIO0~7)
gpio write x 1 (x=GPIO0~7, 1=On)
gpio write x 0 (x=GPIO0~7, 0=off)

USB hub and CardReader

◾ Fully tested for compatibility with the Raspberry Pi
◾ Fully compliant with USB Hub Specification version 2.0 and is also backward compatible with USB Hub specification 1.1
◾ Supports three self-powered downstream ports
◾ Extra low power consumption
◾ USB Device Class Definition for Mass Storage, Bulk-Transport V1.0
◾ Support SD spec up to ver. 2.0 (SDHC)
◾ Hardware DMA engine integrated for performance enhancement

Note: SD card and Micro-SD card cannot be read /write at the same time.

X100 can also be connected to an USB port of your PC over supplied USB male-to male cable to write the OS image to your SD card.

x100-sd-card x100-usb-power-ac

Features:

  • Exactly same size as Raspberry Pi (85 x 56mm)
  • Directly installed into the GPIO header pins with no wiring or soldering
  • 6-23V input to 5V, 3A high-efficiency step-down DC/DC converter to supply your RPI
  • Supports HDMI to VGA (NOT powered by the RPI’s HDMI port)
  • Supports self-powered USB hub (Total 4 ports available)
  • Supports self-powered SD and Micro-SD card reader
  • RTC based on NXP PCF2127AT with CR1632 backup battery
  • RS232 Serial Port
  • Having the reset switch convenient to enable RPi reset facility
  • Having two slots to make use of RPi’s FPC connector (S1 & S5)
  • Allowing to stack along with other expansion boards.
  • 8-channel darlington Driver chip allowing to control electronic circuits which require more current to drive them
  • Have DIP switch to remove connection from RPi’s pin header so as to keep using other expansion board with no effect.

* This expanson board is suitable for Raspberry Pi Rev 2 Model B.

Document:

Package List:

  • X100 expansion board
  • HDMI Male to Male Adapter
  • USB Male to Male Adapter
  • GPIO Connection Wires x 8
  • USB Male to Male Cable (Optional)
  • «Reset» Pin header & Assembly kits
  • Power Adapter (Optional)

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