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Using the bud plastic din rail box DMB-4772
since it gives a place for PC board mounted screw terminals. it also allows to add a second pcb and a display if needed.
Last modified Thursday, 03-May-2012 12:20:32 PDT
this is a pcb that fit on the bottom and is how the olimexino fits in. you use the holes not filled for the
pin Stackable Headers
or use the Solderless Headers
and Screw Terminals
. I recommend the Solderless Headers.
Or you can use this Shield ProtoScrewShield
, if you don't plan on using the DMB-4772.
The projects are for tinkers that want to roll their own, using the olimexino
, to understand how
OpenBLT (open source bootloader) now supports the STM32 family
The version for Sale uses the STM32F417IG
and does not follow the olimexino layout.
A 4 pair, like Cat5 eternet cable, can be used, as the CAN physical wiring.
1 pair is all that is necessary for canbus singnals,
2nd pair would be 12v power to the nodes.
The cable can be run as a loop. I have mine so the cross over to the other side is at the front,
where the master Canbus (terminal) node is connected. I terminate both ends with 120 ohm 1/4 watt resitor,
on the can bus signal side.
In my case I use the other 2 pair for ethernet.
I use the 8 pin RJ45 boxes to break out nodes. I don't use the RJ45 jack but cconnect a cable from the terminal to the Node device.
The RJ45 Jack, on the terminal box, is used for ethernet.
The node closest to the House batteries is used to connect the 12-24V to the power pair. you can put a jack the fits the olimexino board, or use two screw termial on the shield to hook to the Vin and Ground pin.
In my coach I have the following nodes