MiWi™ Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit User’s Guide ®

MiWi™ Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit User’s Guide ®
MiWi™ Protocol to Wi-Fi®
Wireless Demo Kit
User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 1. Overview
1.1 MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit Contents ..................................... 13
1.2 MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit Features ..................................... 13
Chapter 2. Hardware
2.1 Wireless Evaluation Board Layout and Features ......................................... 15
2.2 MiWi Demo Board Layout and Features ....................................................... 17
2.3 Hardware Details .......................................................................................... 19
Chapter 3. Getting Started
3.1 Hardware Requirements .............................................................................. 23
3.2 Setting up the Demo ..................................................................................... 24
3.3 Demonstration .............................................................................................. 25
3.4 Firmware Update .......................................................................................... 35
Chapter 4. Self-Test Procedure
4.1 Self-Test Procedure ..................................................................................... 37
Appendix A. Wireless Evaluation Board Schematic
A.1 Introduction .................................................................................................. 39
A.2 Wireless Evaluation Board Schematics ....................................................... 39
A.3 Wireless Evaluation Board PCB Layout ....................................................... 42
A.4 Wireless Evaluation Board Bill of Materials ................................................. 43
Appendix B. MiWi Demo Board Schematic
B.1 Introduction .................................................................................................. 47
B.2 MiWi Demo Board Schematics .................................................................... 47
B.3 MiWi Demo Board PCB Layout .................................................................... 51
B.4 MiWi Demo Board Bill of Materials (BOM) ................................................... 57
Index ............................................................................................................................. 59
Worldwide Sales and Service .................................................................................... 60
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NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
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INTRODUCTION
This chapter contains general information that will be useful to know before using the
MiWi™ Protocol to Wi-Fi® Wireless Demo Kit User’s Guide. Items discussed in this
chapter include:
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Document Layout
Conventions Used in this Guide
Warranty Registration
Recommended Reading
The Microchip Web Site
Development Systems Customer Change Notification Service
Customer Support
Document Revision History
DOCUMENT LAYOUT
This document describes how to use the MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit to
evaluate and experiment the Microchip Wireless Solutions. The document layout is as
follows:
• Chapter 1. “Overview” – This chapter describes the MiWi™ Protocol to Wi-Fi®
Wireless Demo Kit contents.
• Chapter 2. “Hardware” – This chapter details the hardware information of the
Wireless Evaluation Board and MiWi Demo Board.
• Chapter 3. “Getting Started” – This chapter describes what you need to know to
start using the MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit.
• Chapter 4. “Self-Test Procedure” – This chapter describes the self test
procedure that can be used to check the sanity of the Wireless Evaluation Board
and MiWi Demo Board.
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• Appendix A. “Wireless Evaluation Board Schematic” – This appendix illustrates the PCB layout and BOM for Wireless Evaluation Board. It also includes
complete Wireless Evaluation Board schematics.
• Appendix B. “MiWi™ Demo Board Schematic” – This appendix illustrates the
PCB layout and BOM for MiWi Demo Board. It also includes complete MiWi Demo
Board schematics.
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WARRANTY REGISTRATION
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RECOMMENDED READING
This user’s guide describes how to use the MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit.
The following Microchip documents are available from the Microchip web site
(www.microchip.com), and are recommended as supplemental reference resources:
• PIC32MX5XX/6XX/7XX Family Data Sheet (DS60001156)
Refer to this document for detailed information on PIC32 devices. References
information found in this data sheet include: device memory maps, device pinout
and packaging details, device electrical specifications, and list of peripherals
included on the devices.
• PIC18F46J50 Data Sheet (DS39931)
Refer to this document for detailed information on PIC18 device operation.
References information found in this data sheet include: device memory maps,
device pinout and packaging details, device electrical specifications, and list of
peripherals included on the devices.
• MRF24WG0MA/MB Data Sheet 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.11b/g™ (DS70686)
Refer to this document for more information on the features and specifications of
IEEE 802.11b/g MRF24WG0MA/MB transceiver.
• MRF24J40MA 2.4 GHz IEEE Std. 802.15.4™ RF Transceiver Module
(DS70329)
Refer to this document for more information on the features and specification of
IEEE 802.15.4 MRF24J40MA 2.4GHz RF transceiver.
• 2K SPI Bus Serial EEPROMs with EUI-48™ or EUI-64™ Node Identity
(DS20002123)
Refer to this document for more information about how to use EUI-48TM Serial
EEPROM.
• 25AA256/25LC256 256K SPI Bus Serial EEPROM (DS21822)
Refer to this document for more information about how to use 25AA256/25LC256
SPI Serial EEPROM.
• 4 Mbit SPI Serial Flash SST25VF040B Data Sheet (DS25051)
Refer to this document for more information about how to use serial Flash that is
on the Wireless Evaluation Board.
• 1 Mbit SPI Serial Flash SST25VF010A Data Sheet (S725081)
Refer to this document for more information about how to use serial Flash that is
on the MiWi Demo Board.
• MCP9700/9700A MCP9701/9701A - Low Power Linear Active Thermistor®
ICs (DS21942)
Refer to this document for more information about how to use MCP9700/01
temperature sensor.
• USB 2.0 to UART Protocol Converter with GPIO MCP2200 Data Sheet
(DS22228)
Refer to this document for more information about how to use MCP2200 as serial
port.
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DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY
Revision A (July 2013)
This is the initial release of the document
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Chapter 1. Overview
This chapter introduces the MiWi™ Protocol to Wi-Fi® Wireless Demo Kit features.
Topics included in this chapter are:
• MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit Contents
• MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit Features
1.1
MiWi PROTOCOL TO Wi-Fi WIRELESS DEMO KIT CONTENTS
The MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit contains the following items:
• One Wireless Evaluation Board with a PIC32MX695F512H microcontroller, and
MRF24WG0MA and MRF24J40MA transceivers. The Wireless Evaluation Board
acts as a gateway device (bridge) between the MiWi™ and Wi-Fi® networks
• Two MiWi Demo Boards with a PIC18F46J50 XLP microcontroller and an
MRF24J40MA transceiver to create a MiWi network
• One mini-B USB cable to supply power to the Wireless Evaluation Board
• Four AAA batteries to power-up the MiWi Demo Boards
• 6-pin In-Circuit Serial Programming™ (ICSP™) adaptor to use with MPLAB ICD
3/MPLAB REAL ICE™ In-Circuit Emulator/PICkit™ 3 programmer for
programming the Wireless Evaluation Board and MiWi Demo Board
Note:
1.2
The Wireless Evaluation Board requires approximately 400 mA power at
3.3V and it is not always guaranteed with a USB power source. Use a 9V
external power supply if you encounter this issue.
MiWi PROTOCOL TO Wi-Fi WIRELESS DEMO KIT FEATURES
The MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit enables developers to extend a simple
MiWi network to an internet web server/Cloud for gathering information and controlling
the network. The Wireless Evaluation Board contains the MiWi 2.4 GHz MRF24J40MA
and the Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz MRF24WG0MA transceivers. The information that flows
between the MiWi nodes and the gateway device controls the nature of the application
with which the customer intends to experiment.
The MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit is preprogrammed with a wireless demo
program, which demonstrates the idea of commissioning and controlling the MiWi P2P
network from the web browser.
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Chapter 2. Hardware
This chapter describes the board layout and features of the Wireless Evaluation Board
and the MiWi™ Demo Board. Topics included in this chapter are:
• Wireless Evaluation Board Layout and Features
• MiWi Demo Board Layout and Features
• Hardware Details
2.1
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD LAYOUT AND FEATURES
This section describes the Wireless Evaluation Board hardware and its key components.
The following key features are indicated in Figure 2-1 and Figure 2-2:
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PIC32MX695F512L 32-bit PIC® Microcontroller
IEEE 802.15.4 MRF24J40MA transceiver
8 MHz on-board crystal
Three status indicators, LEDs: LED0 (green), LED1 (yellow), and LED2 (red)
Three push buttons for user input: SW0, SW1, and SW2
2x16 LCD
MCP9700 temperature sensor (TEMP/AN10)
256K SPI serial EEPROM
4 Mb SPI serial Flash memory
32 kHz sleep crystal
+9V DC power supply connector
PICtail™ Expansion Interface
PICkit 2 style programming header
Analog potentiometer (POT/AN10)
MRF24WG0MA 2.4 GHz 802.11g Wi-Fi® transceiver
MCP2200 with mini-B USB
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FIGURE 2-1:
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD (FRONT VIEW)
FIGURE 2-2:
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD (REAR VIEW)
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2.2
MiWi DEMO BOARD LAYOUT AND FEATURES
This section describes the MiWi Demo Board hardware and its key components. The
following key features are indicated in Figure 2-3 and Figure 2-4:
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FIGURE 2-3:
PIC18F46J50 8-bit XLP microcontroller
MRF24J40MA RF transceiver module
+3.3V boost regulator (MCP1640)
Three status indicators, LEDs: LED1 (green), LED2 (yellow), and LED3 (red)
Two push buttons for user input: SW1 and SW2
2x16 LCD
MCP9700 temperature sensor
2K SPI EEPROM with a unique MAC address
1 Mb SPI serial Flash memory
32 kHz crystal for Sleep mode
MiWi™ DEMO BOARD (FRONT VIEW)
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HARDWARE DETAILS
Detailed information of the hardware blocks is as follows:
2.3.1
PIC32MX695F512L Microcontroller on Wireless Evaluation
Board
The Wireless Evaluation Board uses a PIC32 microcontroller to support a variety of
applications. The larger memory size in the PIC32 enables storing the web pages on
the board.
2.3.2
PIC18F46J50 Microcontroller on MiWi Demo Board
PIC18F46J50 is an 8-bit XLP 44-pin microcontroller with 64K program memory.
2.3.3
MRF24J40MA RF Transceiver Module
The Wireless Evaluation Board and the MiWi Demo Board use the IEEE 802.15.4
MRF24J40MA RF Transceiver module for creating a MiWi network. This module has a
dedicated SPI and interrupt lines with the PIC MCU.
2.3.4
MRF24WG0MA Wi-Fi Transceiver Module
The Wireless Evaluation Board has an on-board Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz MRF24WG0MA Transceiver module. This module is used for connecting to the B/G Wi-Fi networks at home
or office.
2.3.5
Status Indicator LEDs
2.3.5.1
MiWi DEMO BOARD
To indicate the status, the MiWi Demo Board has three LEDs: LED1 (green),
LED2 (yellow), and LED3 (red).
2.3.5.2
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD
To indicate the status, the Wireless Evaluation Board has three LEDs: LED0 (green),
LED1 (yellow), and LED2 (red).
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2.3.6
Push Buttons
2.3.6.1
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD
This board contains three push buttons for user input: SW0, SW1, and SW2.
2.3.6.2
MiWi DEMO BOARD
This board contains two push buttons, SW1 and SW2, which are assigned to the
individual interrupt lines of the microcontroller. The user software must enable PORTB
pull-ups of the microcontroller before evaluating the state of the push button.
Example 2-1 provides a possible solution to evaluate the state of SW1 push button.
EXAMPLE 2-1:
CODE EXAMPLE FOR EVALUATING THE STATE OF SW1
// Initialize RB1 - SW1
TRISBbits.TRISB2 = 1;// RB1 is an input
ANCON1 = ANCON1 | 0x04;// RB1 is a digital pin
/*
User Code
*/
//Evaluating RB1
INTCON2bits.RBPU = 0;// Enable PORT B pull-ups for switches
If (PORTBbits.RB1 = 0 )// RB1 pushed
{
/*
RB1/SW1 push button code
*/
}
INTCON2bits.RBPU = 1;//PORTB pull-ups disabled
2.3.7
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
The LCD supports power-saving modes. The LCD has a backlight display, which can
be turned ON or OFF based on power consumption, and it supports 32 characters in
two lines (16 characters in each line).
On the Wireless Evaluation Board, the SPI is shared between the LCD and serial Flash
memory. On the MiWi Demo Board, the SPI is shared between the EEPROM, Flash,
and LCD.
2.3.8
Temperature Sensor
The Temperature Sensor (MCP9700A) is a low-power Linear Active Thermistor IC. To
minimize power consumption, the sensor is powered from a port pin. On power-up, the
sensor output can be measured after a minute. The internal Analog-to-Digital
Converter (ADC) of the microcontroller can be used to measure the temperature value.
2.3.9
Serial EEPROM with MAC Address on the MiWi Demo Board
The Serial EEPROM is a Microchip low-power 256K SPI Bus Serial EEPROM. It uses
the shared SPI with the SPI serial Flash and the LCD.
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2.3.10
SPI Serial Flash
2.3.10.1
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD
This board features a 4 Mb SPI serial Flash for storing and retrieving network
information. The same SPI (SPI3) is shared between the LCD and the serial Flash.
2.3.10.2
MiWi DEMO BOARD
This board features a 1 Mb SPI serial Flash for storing and retrieving network or any
application specific information. The SPI serial Flash and the Serial EEPROM share
the SPI bus, and each has its own active low chip select.
2.3.11
Power Supply
2.3.11.1
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD
This board can be powered up using a mini-B USB cable or a +9V DC power supply.
2.3.11.2
MiWi DEMO BOARD
This board uses two AAA batteries for its power supply. Current consumption on the
entire board can be measured at JP1 and JP2 without disturbing the board.
2.3.12
+3.3V Boost Regulator on MiWi Demo Board
The MCP1640 is a compact, high efficiency boost regulator. It ensures that the voltage
requirements for the RF transceivers are met throughout the life span of the battery.
2.3.13
PICtail™ Board Expansion Interface
Developers can use the PICtail Board Expansion Interface and plug-in PICtail
Daughter Boards to increase the hardware capacities.
2.3.14
MCP2200 with mini-B USB
For debugging, the on-board MCP2200 to USB can be used as a UART.
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Chapter 3. Getting Started
This chapter describes how to run the preprogrammed demonstration program. The
Wireless Evaluation Board contains the 2.4 GHz MiWi transceiver along with the MiWi
Demo Boards, which can be used to create a three node MiWi network. Using the Wi-Fi
connection, the LCD backlight on the MiWi Demo Boards can be turned ON or OFF
from a web page. The source code for the demo program is available in the Microchip
Library of Applications (MLA). The project folder is available at Microchip
Solutions\Combo\MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Gateway Demo Board\. Source code
for both the Wireless Evaluation Board and the MiWi Demo Board are available at this
location.
For information on Microchip Wi-Fi products, visit the Microchip web site at
http://www.microchip.com/WiFi, and for Microchip MiWi products visit
http://www.microchip.com/MiWi.
The following topics are included in this chapter:
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3.1
Hardware Requirements
Setting up the Demo
Demonstration
Firmware Update
HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
The following hardware components are required to run the demo application:
• Wireless Evaluation Board
• MiWi Demo Board
• Mini-B USB cable or external 9V adaptor to supply power to the Wireless
Evaluation Board
• Two AAA batteries for each MiWi Demo Board
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3.2
SETTING UP THE DEMO
3.2.1
To Set up the Demo on the Wireless Evaluation Board
1. Connect the Wireless Evaluation Board to a PC using the mini-B USB cable.
2. To power-up the board, move the switch S1 from the OFF to the ON position.
3. Ensure the PWR LED lights are green. If the PWR LED does not turn ON, verify
the power supply to the board.
Note 1:
The Wireless Evaluation Board needs approximately 400 mA power at
3.3V. If you encounter any problem in powering the board using a USB,
use a 9V external power supply.
2:
You can skip installing device drivers for a USB if the connection is only
serving as a power supply. Device drivers for the MCP2200 can be
downloaded from the Microchip web site
(http://www.microchip/com/mcp2200).
3.2.2
To Set up the Demo on the MiWi Demo Boards
1. Insert two AAA batteries in each MiWi Demo Board.
2. To power-up the board, move the switch SW3 from the OFF to the ON position.
3. On power-up, the following message will be displayed on the LCD screen:
“CH: 11 PANID:1111
0004A3FFFE341D67”
CH: 11 PANID:1111 indicates the current channel (CH). The default channel is
11, and the default PANID is 1111 (4-digit hex). 0004A3FFFE341D67 indicates
16-hexadecimal digits, which is the unique MAC address for the node.
Note:
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Upon powering up the node, if the channel or PAN ID is not the default,
press the SW2 push button and then press the SW1 push button to reset
the node to Commission mode on the MiWi Demo Board.
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3.3
DEMONSTRATION
The following topics are included in this section:
• Connecting the Wireless Evaluation Board to a Client Device
• Setting up Rooms
• Commissioning the MiWi Node
• Controlling the MiWi Node
• Reconfiguring the Wi-Fi Network
3.3.1
Connecting the Wireless Evaluation Board to a Client Device
To run the demonstration, perform these actions:
1. On powering the Wireless Evaluation Board, the following message will be
displayed on the LCD screen:
“MiWi – Wi-Fi
Gateway Demo”
2. LED0 starts blinking which indicates the MiWi network and the Wi-Fi network are
up and running.
3. To connect a laptop or a smart device to the wireless network of the Wireless
Evaluation Board, perform a scan operation from the PC. The default SSID of the
Wireless Evaluation Board is MCHP_G_xxxx, where xxxx is the last four digits of
the Wi-Fi transceiver's unique MAC address, as shown in Figure 3-1. On
power-up, the SSID of the Wireless Evaluation Board is also displayed on the
LCD of the board.
FIGURE 3-1:
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4. Connect a client device, such as a PC, laptop or smart device to the
MCHP_G_xxxx network, see Figure 3-2.
FIGURE 3-2:
ESTABLISHING THE CONNECTION
5. Click Connect. The “Connected” message appears next to the MCHP_G_xxxx
network, see Figure 3-3.
FIGURE 3-3:
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6. After connecting the client device, open a standard web browser such as Google
Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari and type in the IP address of
the Wireless Evaluation Board. The default IP address is 192.168.1.3, see
Figure 3-4.
Note:
FIGURE 3-4:
The current IP address of the gateway device will be updated on the LCD
screen.
OPEN WEB BROWSER
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7. A web page with a “Welcome!” message will be displayed in the web browser,
see Figure 3-5.
FIGURE 3-5:
INDEX PAGE
8. The web page contains five tabs, which enable the user to assign a room to each
node and to turn the lights ON or OFF in each room.
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3.3.2
Setting up Rooms
1. Click the Room Setup tab to display the information.
2. From Select Channel, select the Channel, enter the Room Name and PAN ID,
and then click Add Room.
Optional: To erase room information, press the SW0 push button on the board.
Press the SW0 push button a second time to confirm the erasure.
Note:
All room information will be stored in the EEPROM of the gateway device;
therefore, powering off the device does not erase room information.
3. Add two rooms, see in Figure 3-6.
FIGURE 3-6:
CREATING ROOMS
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3.3.3
Commissioning the MiWi Node
1. Click the Lighting Configuration tab. This web page will scan for MiWi nodes
and display the node information. Also, from this web page all MiWi Demo
Boards that are in Commission mode can be assigned a PAN ID and a Channel,
see Figure 3-7.
FIGURE 3-7:
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SCANNING FOR MIWI™ NODES
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2. Scan for all the nodes in channel 11, which is the default channel for nodes in
Commission mode. The scan results display two MiWi Demo Boards that are in
Commission mode, see Figure 3-8.
Note:
FIGURE 3-8:
The MiWi nodes must be in Commission mode for the gateway device to
configure the node to a room. If the MiWi node is not in Commission mode,
press the SW2 push button and then press the SW1 push button on the
MiWi Demo Board.
CONFIGURING NODE TO A ROOM – COMMISSIONING
3. On the scan results web page, perform these actions:
a) Select the check box under Select to configure the node.
b) Select the check box under Identify to see the LEDs flashing on the
corresponding MiWi Demo Board.
4. From the drop-down menu, select the room and then click Configure Selected
Nodes to commission the nodes.
5. The LCD on the MiWi Demo Board reflects the change. The Channel information
(which is displayed on the LCD) and PAN ID will reflect new values based on the
selected room’s configuration values.
6. Repeat the commissioning process for other MiWi Demo Boards.
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3.3.4
Controlling the MiWi Node
1. Click the Lighting Control tab after all nodes are commissioned, see Figure 3-9.
FIGURE 3-9:
CONTROLLING LIGHTS IN EACH ROOM
2. To turn the LCD backlights in each room on or off, click the ON or OFF buttons.
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3.3.5
Reconfiguring the Wi-Fi Network
1. The default mode for the Wi-Fi network is Soft AP mode, which enables the user
to connect a client device to the hardware and configure it. The user can
reconfigure the Wi-Fi network to a home or office network.
2. Click Wi-Fi Configuration>Display Scan Results, see Figure 3-10.
Note:
FIGURE 3-10:
Clicking Display Scan Results results in a scan operation if the current
configuration is set to Ad Hoc mode or Infrastructure mode. The prescan
results are used only during Soft AP mode.
CONFIGURE Wi-Fi® TO A HOME NETWORK
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3. From the list of available networks, select a network to reconfigure. Once the
reconfigure process starts, the Reconnection in Progress web page will be
displayed, see Figure 3-11. The new IP address of the Wireless Evaluation
Board will be displayed on the LCD after the connection to the device is
established.
Note:
FIGURE 3-11:
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The IP address display on the LCD may take some time to appear because
the device has to go through the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
(DHCP) process for acquiring an IP address.
RECONNECTION
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3.4
FIRMWARE UPDATE
The updates for the MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Wireless Demo Kit will be available in the
Microchip Library of Applications (MLA) from the Microchip web site
(www.microchip.com/mla). The project source for the Wireless Evaluation Board is
available in the Microchip Solutions\Combo\MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Gateway
Demo Board\Wireless Eval Board and the project source for the MiWi Demo Board
is available in the Microchip Solutions\Combo\MiWi Protocol to Wi-Fi Gateway
Demo Board\MiWi Demo Board.
To program the MiWi Demo Board and the Wireless Evaluation Board, align the 6-pin
ICSP™ adaptor to the PICkit 2 style programming header of the board and program
them. For more information on programming, refer to MPLAB® X IDE documentation
on programming and the tool’s (MPLAB REAL ICE In-Circuit Emulator, PICkit 3
programmer or MPLAB ICD 3) user’s guide from the Microchip web site
(www.microchip.com).
Note:
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For more information on how to update the web pages and customize the
demo, refer to the TCPIP stack help and MiWi DE help files in the MLA
(Microchip Solutions\Microchip\Help).
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DEMO KIT USER’S GUIDE
Chapter 4. Self-Test Procedure
The Self-Test mode that is available on the Wireless Evaluation Board can be used to
evaluate the hardware, if required.
4.1
SELF-TEST PROCEDURE
To evaluate the hardware, use the following self-test procedure:
1. Power-up the board using a mini-B USB cable or a 9V external power supply.
2. For the hardware to boot up in Self-Test mode or Acceptance Test mode. Press
and hold the SW0 push button on the device and then turn the board ON (move
the switch SW3 from the OFF to the ON position). Release the SW0 push button
after 2 seconds.
3. Ensure the LCD splash screen displays the “Self Test Mode Wireless EvalBrd”
message or else repeat Step 2.
4. Testing LEDs and push buttons:
• If the green LED on the board is ON and the “LED0 On? SW0:Yes” message
appears on the LCD, press the SW0 push button to continue
• If the yellow LED on the board turns ON and the “LED1 On? SW1:Yes”
message appears on the LCD, press the SW1 push button to continue
• If the red LED on the board turns ON and the “LED2 On? SW2:Yes” message
appears on the LCD, press the SW2 push button to continue
5. Testing the Analog Potentiometer – The LCD prompts the user to test the analog
potentiometer reading. When the display prompts with the “Test Analog POT
SW0: Yes SW1: Exit” message, press the SW0 push button to continue. The user
can rotate the potentiometer and check the reading on the LCD. It should vary
from 0-1023 (the potentiometer moves in a clockwise direction). Press the SW1
push button to proceed.
6. Testing the Temperature Sensor – The LCD displays the “Test Temperature Sensor SW0:Yes SW1: Exit” message. Press the SW0 push button to continue with
the test; the temperature reading will be displayed on LCD line 1. There might be
a slight fluctuation in the temperature reading as it is not averaged across a large
number of readings, but if it is around room temperature, press the SW1 push
button to proceed.
7. Testing EEPROM – The result of the EEPROM test will be updated on the LCD.
Ensure the status indicates PASS and then press the SW0 push button.
8. Testing Flash – The Flash test results will be updated on the LCD. Ensure the
status indicates PASS, and then press the SW0 push button to continue.
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9. Testing Radio (MiWi) – The LCD displays the PASS or FAIL status of the
MRF24J40MA Radio hardware connections. Ensure the test result indicates
PASS, and then press the SW0 push button to continue with the test.
10. Testing Wi-Fi SPI and UART – The LCD displays the “Testing UART” message.
After verifying the SPI connections to the Wi-Fi modules, the LCD message
changes to “Printing Label”, and the unique MAC address of the module will be
displayed on the UART. It ensures the MAC address is not all zeros, and confirms
all the components on the device are working.
Note 1:
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For the UART, use BAUD_RATE 9600, DATA_BITS 8, PARITY NONE,
STOP_BITS 1, and FLOW_CONTROL NONE settings.
2:
Using the mini-B USB connection with the board requires the device
driver for the MCP2200 to be preinstalled on a Windows operating
system to use the UART.
3:
To use USB with the MCP2200 as a UART, the user may need to install
device drivers for the MCP2200. For more information, visit the Microchip
web site (www.microchip.com/mcp2200).
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DEMO KIT USER’S GUIDE
Appendix A. Wireless Evaluation Board Schematic
A.1
INTRODUCTION
This appendix includes:
• Wireless Evaluation Board Schematics
• Wireless Evaluation Board PCB Layout
• Wireless Evaluation Board Bill of Materials
A.2
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATICS
Figure A-1 and Figure A-2 illustrate the Wireless Evaluation Board schematics.
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WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC 1 OF 2
FIGURE A-1:
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FIGURE A-2:
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC 2 OF 2
J3
J2
1
GND
GND
12
1
GND
GND
12
2
RESET
GND
11
2
RESET
GND
11
3
WAKE
VIN
10
3
WAKE
VIN
10
4
INT
NC
9
4
INT
NC
9
5
SDI
CS
8
5
SDI
CS
8
6
SCK
6
SCK
SDO
MRF24J40MC
7
SDO
7
MRF24J40MA
Wireless Eval Board Schematic
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WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD PCB LAYOUT
The Wireless Evaluation Board PCB is a 4-layer, high temperature FR4, 0.062 inch, plated through hole construction.
Figure A-3 illustrates the PCB top layer.
FIGURE A-3:
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD TOP SIDE ASSEMBLY
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A.3
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A.4
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS
Table A-1 provides the Wireless Evaluation Board BOM.
TABLE A-1:
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)
Count
PCB10068 R1
Component Name
12/13/12 DMB
Ref. Des
Value
1
25LC2568_SOIC150
U4
25LC256-I/SN
12
CAP0603
C55,C56,C57,C58
,C60,C63,C39,
C33,C62,C64,C65
,C61
3
CAP0603
2
Description
MFG Part Number
Manufacture
Dist. Part Number
Distributor
25LC256-I/SN
Microchip Technology Inc.
25LC256-I/SN
Digi-Key
0.1 F
CAP CER 0.1UF 25V 10% X7R
0603
GRM188R71E104KA01D
Murata
490-1524-2-ND
Digi-Key
C1,C2,C6
1 F
CAP CER 1UF 6.3V 10% X5R
0603
GRM033R60J103KA01D
Murata
490-5403-2-ND
Digi-Key
CAP0603
C40,C41
8 pF
Capacitor, Ceramic, 50V,
+/-0.5pF, C0G, SMT 0603
GRM1885C1H8R0DZ01D
Murata
490-1399-2-ND
Digi-Key
2
CAP0603
C5,C59
10 F
CAP CER 10UF 6.3V 20% X5R
0603
GRM188R60J106ME47D
Murata
490-3896-2-ND
Digi-Key
1
CAP0603
C10
470 F
CAP SMT, 470 nF 0603 CER 16V C1608X5R1C474K
10% X5R
TDK Corporation
445-5152-2-ND
Digi-Key
4
CAP0805
C34,C36,C37,C38
10 F
Capacitor, Ceramic, 6.3V, +/-20%, GRM21BR60J106ME19L
X5R, SMT 0805
Murata Electronics North
America
490-1718-2-ND
Digi-Key
1
CAP0805
C35
47 F
1
CONN_USB_MINI_B
J4
NA
1
CRYSTAL_MS3V-T1R
Y1
32 kHz
1
DIODE-SMA
D1
2
DIODE_SOD-123
D2,D5
DIODE
SCHOTTKY
0.5A 20V
SOD-123
1
DJ005B
J12
9V adaptor
1
MRF24WGMA
U7
MRF24WGMA
1
HDR2X14
J5
—
1
ICSP_OS6
J14
1
INDUCTOR-ME3220-SMT
L1
1
LCD_NHD-C0216CZ
LCD1
NA
Ceramic capacitor, Surface mount C2012X5R0J476M
TDK Corporation
445-5987-2-ND
Digi-Key
USB Connectors MINI USB
806-KMBX-BPKITST30
B-TYPE PLUG KIT SOLDER TAIL
Kycon
806-KMBX-BPKITST30
Mouser
MS3V-T1R 32.768kHz +-20 ppm
9 pF
MS3V-T1R 32.768kHz
+-20 ppm 9 pF
Micro Crystal
MS3V-T1R 32.768kHz +-20 Doveonline
ppm 9 pF
MBRA340T3GOSTR
On Semiconductor
MBRA340T3GOSTR-ND
Digi-Key
Lead-Mounted Silicon Rectifier,
Diffused Junction
MBR0520LT3GOSTR
On Semiconductor
MBR0520LT3GOSTR-ND
Digi-Key
CONN POWER JACK 2.5MM
PCB CIRC
PJ-102B
CUI Inc
CP-102B-ND
Digi-Key
2.4 GHz 802.11b Ultra Low Power MRF24WGMA
Transceiver
Microchip Technology Inc.
MRF24WGMA
Microchip
Technology Inc.
HDR_2X14_O/E
PPPC142LFBN-RC
Sullins
S7117-ND
Digi-Key
DNP
HDR_1X6_TSW-106_RA
PBC06SBAN
Sullins
S1111E-06-ND
Digi-Key
22 H
Inductor, Iron-Core
ME3220-SMT
Coilcraft
ME3220-SMT
Coilcraft
New Haven
LCD_NHD-C0216CZ
New Haven
3A 40V
Lead-Mounted Silicon Rectifier,
Schottkyn SMA Diffused Junction
2x16 Character: 3VDD FSTN(+),
LCD_NHD-C0216CZ
WHITE LED backlight 3V, Transflective, 6:00, Wide Temp (-20 to
+70c), Serial Interface, 1x10 hard
pin, RoHS
Wireless Eval Board Schematic
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IC EEPROM 256KBIT 10MHZ
8SOIC
Count
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) (CONTINUED)
PCB10068 R1
Component Name
12/13/12 DMB
Ref. Des
Value
Description
MFG Part Number
Manufacture
Dist. Part Number
Distributor
1
LED_0805
D4
GREEN
Light Emitting Diode
SML-LXT0805GW-TR
LUMEX
67-1553-1-ND
Digi-Key
1
LED_LTL-PGK-TA
D10
GREEN
Light Emitting Diode
CMD67-21VGC/TR8
Chicago Miniature Lighting, L62805CT-ND
LLC
Digi-Key
1
LED_LTL-PGK-TA
D11
YELLOW
Light Emitting Diode
CMD67-21VYC/TR8
Chicago Miniature Lighting, L62807CT-ND
LLC
Digi-Key
1
LED_LTL-PGK-TA
D12
RED
Light Emitting Diode
CMD67-21VRC/TR8
Chicago Miniature Lighting, L62801CT-ND
LLC
Digi-Key
1
MCP22XX_QFN20
U5
MCP2200
IC USB TO UART 20QFN
MCP2200
Microchip Technology Inc.
MCP2200-I/MQ-ND
Digi-Key
1
MCP9700_SC70_5
U6
MCP9700A
IC SENSOR THERMAL 2.3V
SC70-5
MCP9700A
Microchip Technology Inc.
MCP9700AT-E/LTTR-ND
Digi-Key
1
MOSFET SOIC
Q1
Si9435BDY
MOSFET P-CH 30V 4.1A 8-SOIC SI9435BDY-T1-E3
Vishay Siliconix
SI9435BDY-T1-E3TR-ND
Digi-Key
MGSF1N
MOSFET N-CH 30V 1.6A SOT-23 MGSF1N03LT1G
1
MOSFET_MGSF1N
Q4
1
MRF24J40MA
J2
MRF24J40MA MRF24J40MA
MRF24J40MA
1
PIC32MX695F512L_QFN
64
U1
PIC32MX695F PIC32MX695F512L-80I/PT
512L-80I/PT
PIC32MX695F512L-80I/PT Microchip Technology Inc.
PIC32MX695F512L-80I/PT Microchip
Technology Inc.
1
RES0603
R45
0
RES 0.0 1/10W 0603 SMD
ERJ-3GEY0R00V
PANASONIC
P0.GCT-ND
On Semiconductor
MGSF1N03LT1GOSTR-ND Digi-Key
Microchip Technology Inc.
MRF24J40MA
Microchip
Technology Inc.
Digi-Key
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1
RES0603
R48
200
RES 200 1/10W 5% 0603 SMD
ERJ-3GEYJ201V
PANASONIC
P200GTR-ND
Digi-Key
3
RES0603
R25,R26,R29
1K
RES 1.0 K 1/10W 5% 0603
SMD
ERJ-3GEYJ102V
PANASONIC
P1.0KGTR-ND
Digi-Key
1
RES0603
R14
1M
RES 1.0 M 1/10W 5% 0603
SMD
ERJ-3GEYJ105V
PANASONIC
P1.0MGTR-ND
Digi-Key
1
RES0603
R10
4.7K
RES 4.7 K 1/10W 5% 0603
SMD
ERJ-3GEYJ472V
PANASONIC
P4.7KGTR-ND
Digi-Key
1
RES0603
R46,R8,R9,R11,R
12,R13,R15
10k
RES 10 K 1/10W 5% 0603 SMD ERJ-3GEYJ103V
PANASONIC
P10KGTR-ND
Digi-Key
1
Through hole 3 lead
R1
10k
POT 10K Thumbwheel
3352T-1-103LF
Bournes
3352T-103LF-ND
Digi-Key
2
RES0603
R6,R7
100K
RES 100 K 1/10W 5% 0603
SMD
ERJ-3GEYJ104V
PANASONIC
P100KGCT-ND
Digi-Key
3
RES0603
R43,R44,R47,R50
470
RES 470 1/10W 5% 0603 SMD
ERJ-3GEYJ471V
PANASONIC
P470GCT-ND
Digi-Key
1
RES_RC0603
R19
330
RES 330 1/10W 5% 0603 SMD
ERJ-3GEYJ331V
PANASONIC
P330GCT-ND
Digi-Key
1
RESONATOR_CSTCE
X6
8 MHz
CER RESONATOR 8.00MHZ
SMD
CSTCE8M00G55Z-R0
Murata Electronics North
America
490-1219-1-ND
Digi-Key
1
RESONATOR_CSTCE
X5
12 MHz
CER RESONATOR 12.0MHZ
SMD
CSTCE12M0G55-R0
Murata Electronics North
America
490-1197-1-ND
Digi-Key
1
SST25VF040B_SOIC150
U3
SST25VF040B
IC FLASH SER 4MB 80MHZ SPI
8SOIC
SST25VF040B-80-4I-SAE
Microchip Technology Inc.
SST25VF040B-80-4I-SAEND
Digi-Key
1
SW-DPDT_JS202011SCQN
S1
NA
SWITCH SLIDE DPDT 6VDC
0.3A SMT
JS202011SCQN
C&K Components
401-2002-ND
Digi-Key
3
SW-EVQ-PJS04K
S3,S4,S5
NA
SWITCH TACTILE SPST-NO
0.05A 12V
PTS635SL25SMTR LFS
C&K Components
CKN9119TR-ND
Digi-Key
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TABLE A-1:
WIRELESS EVALUATION BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) (CONTINUED)
Count
PCB10068 R1
Component Name
12/13/12 DMB
Ref. Des
Value
1
TC105333ECT_SOT23_5
U2
TC105333ECT
IC REG CTRLR BUCK PWM
SOT23A-5
TC105333ECTTR
Microchip Technology Inc.
TC105333ECTTR-ND
Digi-Key
4
Rubber feet on bottom
—
NA
BUMPON TALL TAPER SQ
.50X.23 BK
SJ5518-0
3M
SJ5518-0-ND
Digi-Key
Description
MFG Part Number
Manufacture
Dist. Part Number
Distributor
Wireless Eval Board Schematic
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Appendix B. MiWi™ Demo Board Schematic
B.1
INTRODUCTION
This appendix includes:
• MiWi Demo Board Schematics
• MiWi Demo Board PCB Layout
• MiWi Demo Board Bill of Materials (BOM)
B.2
MiWi DEMO BOARD SCHEMATICS
Figure B-1 through Figure B-3 illustrate the MiWi Demo Board schematics.
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MiWi™ DEMO BOARD SCHEMATICS 1 OF 3
FIGURE B-1:
MiWi™ DEMO BOARD SCHEMATICS 2 OF 3
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FIGURE B-2:
MiWi™ Demo Board Schematic
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FIGURE B-3:
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MiWi™ Demo Board Schematic
B.3
MiWi DEMO BOARD PCB LAYOUT
The MiWi Demo PCB is a 4-layer, high temperature FR4, 0.062 inch, plated through
hole construction. Figure B-4 through Figure B-9 illustrate the PCB layers.
FIGURE B-4:
PCB TOP SILKSCREEN
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FIGURE B-5:
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PCB TOP COPPER
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MiWi™ Demo Board Schematic
FIGURE B-6:
PCB BOTTOM SILKSCREEN
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FIGURE B-7:
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PCB BOTTOM COPPER
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MiWi™ Demo Board Schematic
FIGURE B-8:
PCB INNER LAYER 2 POWER
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FIGURE B-9:
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PCB INNER LAYER 3 GROUND
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B.4
MiWi DEMO BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)
Table B-1 provides the MiWi Demo Board BOM.
TABLE B-1:
Qty
MiWi™ DEMO BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)
Designator
Value
Description
HOLDER BATTERY 2CELL AAA PC MNT
Manufacturer
Keystone Electronics
Manufacturer Part Number
1
BT1
—
2
C90, C91
8 pF
9
C1, C2, C3, C4, C6, C9, C10, C12, C13
0.1 F
Capacitor, Ceramic, 16V, +/-10%, X7R, SMT 0603
Murata Electronics North America
GRM188R71C104KA01D
3
C7, C8, C11
1 F
Capacitor, Ceramic, 6.3V, +/-10%, X5R, SMT 0603
Murata Electronics North America
GRM188R60J105KA01D
1
C14
4.7 F
Capacitor, Ceramic, 6.3V, +/-20%, X5R, SMT 0805
Murata Electronics North America
GRM219R60J475ME01D
3
C5, C15
10 F
Capacitor, Ceramic, 6.3V, +/-20%, X5R, SMT 0805
Murata Electronics North America
GRM21BR60J106ME19L
1
DS1
Green
Diode, Light Emitting
OSRAM
LG Q971-KN-1-0-20-R18
1
DS2
Yellow
Diode, Light Emitting
OSRAM
LY Q976-P1S2-36
1
DS3
Red
Diode, Light Emitting
OSRAM
LS Q976-NR-1-0-20-R18
1
L1
4.7 H
Inductor
Coilcraft
ME3220-472ML_
1
LCD1
—
LCD, 2x16 character
Newhaven Display Intl
NHD-C0216CZ-FSW-FBW-3V3
1
Q1
—
MOSFET N-CH 20V 1.2A SOT-23
IRLML2402
International Rectifier
Capacitor, Ceramic, 50V, +/-0.5pF, C0G, SMT 0603 Murata Electronics North America
2468
GRM1885C1H8R0DZ01D
R8
100
Resistor, Thin Film, 5%, SMT 0603
Yageo
RC0603JR-07100RL
2
R1, R2
470
Resistor, Thin Film, 5%, SMT 0603
Yageo
RC0603JR-07470RL
3
R4, R5, R6
1 k
Resistor, Thin Film, 5%, SMT 0603
Yageo
RC0603JR-071KL
2
R3, R7
10 k
Resistor, Thin Film, 5%, SMT 0603
Yageo
RC0603JR-0710KL
1
R10
562 k
Resistor, Thin Film, 1%, SMT 0603
Yageo
RC0603FR-07562KL
1
R9
976 k
Resistor, Thin Film, 1%, SMT 0603
Yageo
RC0603FR-07976KL
2
SW1, SW2
—
Switch, Pushbutton, Momentary, 6x3mm SMT
C&K Components
PTS635SL25SMTR LFS
1
SW3
—
Switch, Slide DPDT, 6VDC, 0.3A, SMT
C&K Components
JS202011SCQN
1
U4
—
25AA02E48-I/SN
Microchip Technology Inc.
25AA02E48-I/SN
1
U6
—
MCP1640CT-I/CH
Microchip Technology Inc.
MCP1640CT-I/CH
1
U5
—
MCP9700A
Microchip Technology Inc.
MCP9700AT-E/LT
1
U1
—
PIC18F46J50-I/PT
Microchip Technology Inc.
PIC18F46J50-I/PT
1
U3
—
SST25VF010A
Microchip Technology Inc.
SST25VF010A-33-4C-SAE
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1
X1
—
Crystal, 32.768 kHz, 9 pF, +/- 20 ppm, SMT
Micro Crystal
MS3V-T1R 32.768kHz +-20 ppm 9 pF
1
Stand Off
—
Stacking Spacer, 0.500 inch height
Keystone Electronics
8833
U2
MRF89XAM8A-I/RM
Microchip Technology Inc.
MRF89XAM8A-I/RM
U2
MRF89XAM9A-I/RM
Microchip Technology Inc.
MRF89XAM9A-I/RM
868 MHz Version (DM182016-2)
1
915 MHz Version (DM182016-3)
1
MiWi™ Demo Board Schematic
1
Qty
MiWi™ DEMO BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) (CONTINUED)
Designator
Value
Description
Manufacturer
Manufacturer Part Number
2.4 MHz Version (DM182016-1)
1
U2
MRF24J40MA-I/RM
Microchip Technology Inc.
MRF24J40MA-I/RM
1
J1
Socket, Right Angle, 6 pin, 0.100 inch spacing
Samtec
SSW-106-02-G-S-RA
1
P1
Header, Right Angle, 6 pin, 0.100 inch spacing
Samtec
TSW-106-08-T-S-RA
Connector, Header, 2-pin, 0.100" spacing
SPC Technology
SPC20481
Separate Bag
Do Not Populate
0
JP1, JP2
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MiWi™ PROTOCOL TO Wi-Fi® WIRELESS
DEMO KIT USER’S GUIDE
Index
A
S
AAA Batteries........................................................... 23
SPI ........................................................................... 20
B
T
BOM ........................................................................... 8
Customer Notification Service.................................. 10
Customer Support .................................................... 10
Testing Analog Potentiometer.................................. 37
Testing EEPROM..................................................... 37
Testing Radio ........................................................... 38
Testing Temperature Sensor ................................... 37
Testing Wi-Fi® SPI and UART ................................. 38
D
U
DC Power................................................................. 21
Demonstration Application ....................................... 15
Documentation
Conventions ........................................................ 8
Layout ................................................................. 7
UART ....................................................................... 21
USB.................................................................... 13, 15
C
E
EEPROM ................................................................. 20
I
IEEE 802.15.4 .......................................................... 15
Internet Address....................................................... 10
IP Address ............................................................... 27
W
Warranty Registration ................................................ 9
Wi-Fi Demo Kit ......................................................... 13
Wi-Fi Gateway Demo Board .................................... 23
Wi-Fi Transceiver Module ........................................ 19
Wireless Evaluation Board ......................................... 7
Wireless Evaluation Board Schematics ................... 39
WWW Address......................................................... 10
L
LCD .......................................................................... 20
Lighting Control ........................................................ 32
M
MAC Address ........................................................... 17
Microchip Internet Web Site ..................................... 10
Microchip Library of Applications (MLA)................... 23
Microchip Wi-Fi Products ......................................... 23
MiWi ........................................................................... 7
MiWi Demo Board ...................................................... 7
MiWi Demo PCB ...................................................... 51
MiWi Protocol ........................................................... 13
P
P2P Network ............................................................ 13
PCB.......................................................................... 42
PCB Layer................................................................ 51
PCB Top Layer ........................................................ 42
PIC® Microcontroller ................................................ 15
PICtail ...................................................................... 21
Power Supply ........................................................... 21
PWR LED Light ........................................................ 24
R
Recommended Reading ............................................ 9
RF Transceiver Module............................................ 17
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Tel: 678-957-9614
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Tel: 774-760-0087
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Tel: 949-462-9523
Fax: 949-462-9608
Santa Clara
Santa Clara, CA
Tel: 408-961-6444
Fax: 408-961-6445
Toronto
Mississauga, Ontario,
Canada
Tel: 905-673-0699
Fax: 905-673-6509
Australia - Sydney
Tel: 61-2-9868-6733
Fax: 61-2-9868-6755
China - Beijing
Tel: 86-10-8569-7000
Fax: 86-10-8528-2104
China - Chengdu
Tel: 86-28-8665-5511
Fax: 86-28-8665-7889
China - Chongqing
Tel: 86-23-8980-9588
Fax: 86-23-8980-9500
Korea - Daegu
Tel: 82-53-744-4301
Fax: 82-53-744-4302
China - Hangzhou
Tel: 86-571-2819-3187
Fax: 86-571-2819-3189
Korea - Seoul
Tel: 82-2-554-7200
Fax: 82-2-558-5932 or
82-2-558-5934
China - Hong Kong SAR
Tel: 852-2943-5100
Fax: 852-2401-3431
Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 60-3-6201-9857
Fax: 60-3-6201-9859
China - Nanjing
Tel: 86-25-8473-2460
Fax: 86-25-8473-2470
Malaysia - Penang
Tel: 60-4-227-8870
Fax: 60-4-227-4068
China - Qingdao
Tel: 86-532-8502-7355
Fax: 86-532-8502-7205
Philippines - Manila
Tel: 63-2-634-9065
Fax: 63-2-634-9069
China - Shanghai
Tel: 86-21-5407-5533
Fax: 86-21-5407-5066
Singapore
Tel: 65-6334-8870
Fax: 65-6334-8850
China - Shenyang
Tel: 86-24-2334-2829
Fax: 86-24-2334-2393
Taiwan - Hsin Chu
Tel: 886-3-5778-366
Fax: 886-3-5770-955
China - Shenzhen
Tel: 86-755-8864-2200
Fax: 86-755-8203-1760
Taiwan - Kaohsiung
Tel: 886-7-213-7828
Fax: 886-7-330-9305
China - Wuhan
Tel: 86-27-5980-5300
Fax: 86-27-5980-5118
Taiwan - Taipei
Tel: 886-2-2508-8600
Fax: 886-2-2508-0102
China - Xian
Tel: 86-29-8833-7252
Fax: 86-29-8833-7256
Thailand - Bangkok
Tel: 66-2-694-1351
Fax: 66-2-694-1350
Italy - Milan
Tel: 39-0331-742611
Fax: 39-0331-466781
Netherlands - Drunen
Tel: 31-416-690399
Fax: 31-416-690340
Spain - Madrid
Tel: 34-91-708-08-90
Fax: 34-91-708-08-91
UK - Wokingham
Tel: 44-118-921-5869
Fax: 44-118-921-5820
China - Xiamen
Tel: 86-592-2388138
Fax: 86-592-2388130
China - Zhuhai
Tel: 86-756-3210040
Fax: 86-756-3210049
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Tel: 81-3-6880- 3770
Fax: 81-3-6880-3771
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