• 990.020 MuIn USB - Datasheet [EN]



    MuIN USB is a demoboard useful for sperimentation with pic18F2550. It can be used also in finished applications.


    Main Features

    • Equipped with an 8bit Microcontroller with SIE USB on board (Microchip PIC18F2550)
    • Power supply: 6-9Vdc
    • Power supply by external source or by USB port
    • TTL and CMOS compatibles inputs
    • USB 2.0 full speed
    • Clock @ 48MHz (12Mips)
    • Can be used stand-alone or as a combo
    • up to 32 endpoints, 64byte each
    • Microchip USB Stack compatible (all devices)
    • Preloaded Microchip HID USB Bootloader 2.6

    Applications

    • Generic interface between pc and other devices using USB port
    • Servocommands control by USB
    • Control of I2C devices by USB

    MuIN USB can be easily used as simple interface between computers and other devices using USB. The USB communication can be used as serial com port or as HID device. The bootloader can be used to load new firmware without the need of a programmer.
    Advice: download the Microchip App Lib from Microchip website

    Main connector pinout

    Is made of 5 groups of 4 contacts each. First 4 groups are general purpose I/O, 5th group is used for I2C communication.
    In the first 4 group the signal order is:

    1. GND
    2. V+ (5V or Vin selectable by a jumper on Ports A and B but B0 e B1. 5V on others)
    3. Signal 1
    4. Signal 2

    Signal 1 and Signal 2 are connected together and can be used for double connections on the same signal.

    Group 1
    RB0 -> B0 (I2C sda)
    RB1 -> B1 (I2C scl)

    Those are the GPIO used by I2C. If I2C is used, those connections must be non connected or can be used to connects other I2C devices

    Group 2
    RB2 -> B2
    RB3 -> B3
    RB4 -> B4
    RB5 -> B5
    RB6 -> B6
    RB7 -> B7

    B6 and B7 are PGC and PGD signals used by ICSP (In Circuit Serial Programming) and debug. Take care using this pins if you use a debug tool or a classic ICSP programmer
    Group 3
    RA0 -> A0
    RA1 -> A1
    RA2 -> A2
    RA3 -> A3
    RA4 -> A4
    RA5 -> A5

    Those pins can be used as GPIO or as Analog inputs. The led is connected on RA4 that cannot be used as analog input

    Group 4
    RC0 -> C0
    RC1 -> C1 (PWM 2)
    RC2 -> C2 (PWM 1)

    C1 and C2 are used as PWM outputs if PWM is used

    Group 5
    GND
    V+
    SDA
    SCL

    By soldering the jumper on the back of the board, the pullup resistor on I2C line is enabled
    Pullup resistor can be connected on 5V or on 3.3V, but the function of I2C is not guaranteed on 3.3Volts

    Here are showed the functionality of pins: