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'[EE:] Circuit Cellar Zilog kit arrived! - Thermost'
2004\06\09@230616 by Jay Shroff

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Does the kit include the Thermostat module? I was going through the docs and they talk about the Thermostat example, just curious if that is included in the circuit cellar package?


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2004\06\09@231900 by Robert Ussery

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>module included?
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>Does the kit include the Thermostat module? I was going through the docs
>and they talk about the Thermostat example, just curious if that is
>included in the circuit cellar package?


AFAICT, nope. It has an Ethernet interface, IRda module, some extra Flash
memory, and RS-232 port, and I think that's about it as far as off-chip
peripherals.

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2004\06\10@102305 by D. Jay Newman

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> AFAICT, nope. It has an Ethernet interface, IRda module, some extra Flash
> memory, and RS-232 port, and I think that's about it as far as off-chip
> peripherals.

Actually some of that is on-chip.

This chip is loaded with perhipherals: the Ethernet, two serial ports
(one of which can be used with IRda), SPI, I2C (yes, these are separate
channels), and (I think, my doc's not here) PWM.

I *really* wish that they'd make a somewhat more hobbiest-friendly
form of the chip (say, a 40-pin DIP). Same memory, but lose some of
the ports. Heck, with the added size, maybe *more* memory could be
added!

I can solder an 80 pin surface mount, but I think this is beyond my
capabilites.  :(

I'm just going to have to use the units with their almost impossibly
small connectors (I took it off and it took me 15 minuts to get it
lined up and back on the board).
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