PC-CARD-DIO48 User`s Guide

PC-CARD-DIO48 User`s Guide
PC-CARD-DIO48
Digital I/O Board
User’s Guide
Document Revision 5, April, 2007
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Table of Contents
Preface
About this User's Guide .......................................................................................................................6
What you will learn from this user's guide .........................................................................................................6
Conventions in this user's guide .........................................................................................................................6
Where to find more information.........................................................................................................................6
Chapter 1
Introducing the PC-CARD-DIO48.........................................................................................................7
Overview: PC-CARD-DIO48 features...............................................................................................................7
PC-CARD-DIO48 block diagram ..................................................................................................................................... 7
Software features ................................................................................................................................................8
Chapter 2
Installing the PC-CARD-DIO48.............................................................................................................9
What comes with your PC-CARD-DIO48 shipment?........................................................................................9
Hardware .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Additional documentation................................................................................................................................................. 9
Optional components ........................................................................................................................................................ 9
Unpacking the PC-CARD-DIO48 ....................................................................................................................10
Installing the software ......................................................................................................................................10
Installing the PC-CARD-DIO48 ......................................................................................................................10
If your PCMCIA card is not detected ..............................................................................................................................10
Connecting the board for I/O operations ..........................................................................................................11
Connectors, cables – main I/O connector ........................................................................................................................11
Pin out – main I/O connector ...........................................................................................................................................11
Field wiring and signal termination .................................................................................................................................15
Calibrating the PC-CARD-DIO48....................................................................................................................15
Chapter 3
Programming and Developing Applications ....................................................................................16
Programming languages ...................................................................................................................................16
Packaged applications programs ......................................................................................................................16
Register-level programming .............................................................................................................................16
Chapter 4
Specifications......................................................................................................................................17
Digital input/output ..........................................................................................................................................17
Power consumption ..........................................................................................................................................17
Miscellaneous ...................................................................................................................................................17
Environmental ..................................................................................................................................................17
Connector and pin out ......................................................................................................................................18
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Preface
About this User’s Guide
What you will learn from this user's guide
This user's guide describes the Measurement Computing PC-CARD-DIO48 data acquisition board
and lists hardware specifications.
Conventions in this user's guide
For more information
Text presented in a box signifies additional information related to the subject matter.
Caution! Shaded caution statements present information to help you avoid injuring yourself and others,
damaging your hardware, or losing your data.
bold text
Bold text is used for the names of objects on a screen, such as buttons, text boxes, and check boxes.
italic text
Italic text is used for the names of manuals and help topic titles, and to emphasize a word or phrase.
Where to find more information
Additional information about PC-CARD-DIO48 hardware is available on our website at
www.mccdaq.com. You can also contact Measurement Computing Corporation with specific questions.
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Knowledgebase: kb.mccdaq.com
Tech support form: www.mccdaq.com/support/support_form.aspx
Email: techsupport@mccdaq.com
Phone: 508-946-5100 and follow the instructions for reaching Tech Support
For international customers, contact your local distributor. Refer to the International Distributors section on our
website at www.mccdaq.com/International.
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Chapter 1
Introducing the PC-CARD-DIO48
Overview: PC-CARD-DIO48 features
The PC-CARD-DIO48 is a data acquisition and control board for IBM PC compatible computers having PCCARD/PCMCIA type slots.
PC-CARD-DIO48 features two 82C55 digital I/O chips. The 82C55 chip uses TTL logic.
The digital I/O is organized into two 24-bit groups (24 channels per 82C55). Each 24-bit group is divided into
three ports – A, B, and C. Ports A and B are banks of 8 bits. Port C can be configured as two banks of 4 bits or
one bank of 8 bits. Each bank is programmable as input or output.
On power up and reset, all I/O bits are set to input mode. All signals pass through a 50-pin high-density
connector. The board is completely plug-and-play, with no switches or jumpers to set.
PC-CARD-DIO48 block diagram
PC-CARD-DIO48 functions are illustrated in the block diagram shown here.
82C55
Controller
FPGA
1st
1st
A0 (7:0)
B0 (7:0)
C0 (7:0)
Data Bus
2nd
Control
Host Bus Adaptor
Control
1st
2nd
2nd
Address Bus
82C55
Figure 1. PC-CARD-DIO48 functional block diagram
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A0 (7:0)
B0 (7:0)
C0 (7:0)
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Introducing the PC-CARD-DIO48
Software features
For information on the features of InstaCal and the other software included with your PC-CARD-DIO48, refer
to the Quick Start Guide that shipped with your device. The Quick Start Guide is also available in PDF at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/DAQ-Software-Quick-Start.pdf.
Check www.mccdaq.com/download.htm for the latest software version.
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Chapter 2
Installing the PC-CARD-DIO48
What comes with your PC-CARD-DIO48 shipment?
The following items are shipped with the PC-CARD-DIO48.
Hardware
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PC-CARD-DIO48
Additional documentation
In addition to this hardware user's guide, you should also receive the Quick Start Guide (available in PDF at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/DAQ-Software-Quick-Start.pdf). This booklet supplies a brief description
of the software you received with your PC-CARD-DIO48 and information regarding installation of that
software. Please read this booklet completely before installing any software or hardware.
Optional components
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Cables
CPCC-50F-39
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CPCC-50M-4
C50FF-x
Signal termination and conditioning accessories
MCC provides signal conditioning and termination products for use with the PC-CARD-DIO48. Refer to
Field wiring and signal termination on page 15 for a complete list of compatible accessory products.
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Installing the PC-CARD-DIO48
Unpacking the PC-CARD-DIO48
As with any electronic device, you should take care while handling to avoid damage from static
electricity. Before removing the PC-CARD-DIO48 from its packaging, ground yourself using a wrist strap or
by simply touching the computer chassis or other grounded object to eliminate any stored static charge.
If any components are missing or damaged, notify Measurement Computing Corporation immediately by
phone, fax, or e-mail:
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Phone: 508-946-5100 and follow the instructions for reaching Tech Support.
Fax: 508-946-9500 to the attention of Tech Support
Email: techsupport@mccdaq.com
Installing the software
Refer to the Quick Start Guide for instructions on installing the software on the Measurement Computing Data
Acquisition Software CD. This booklet is available in PDF at www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/DAQSoftware-Quick-Start.pdf.
Installing the PC-CARD-DIO48
The PC-CARD-DIO48 board is completely plug-and-play. There are no switches or jumpers to set. To install
your board, follow the steps below.
Install the MCC DAQ software before you install your board
The driver needed to run your board is installed with the MCC DAQ software. Therefore, you need to install
the MCC DAQ software before you install your board. Refer to the Quick Start Guide for instructions on
installing the software.
To install your PC-Card, do the following:
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Insert the card into a free PC Card/PCMCIA type II or III slot. The key helps to insure that the cable is
inserted in the correct orientation.
You do not have to turn the computer off. The system is designed for power-on installation. You should
hear an insertion beep when you insert the card.
Figure 2. End view of the 50-pin PC-CARD connector showing proper orientation
Windows automatically detects, recognizes, and configures the PC-CARD. You should hear an insertion beep
when you insert the card into the slot. To verify that the card is recognized, go to Control Panel\System\Device
Manager and the card should now appear under "DAS Component."
If your PCMCIA card is not detected
If the card is not detected by Windows, and you are not prompted for a driver after inserting the card, check
that your computer's 32-bit PCMCIA drivers are installed and enabled. Do the following:
1.
From your desktop, right-click on My Computer and select Properties. The System Properties dialog
opens.
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2.
Select the Hardware tab and click on the Device Manager button.
3.
Verify that "PCMCIA adapters" is listed in the Device Manager. If you don’t find this entry, or if the
properties for the adapter indicate "this device is not working," you need to install or update your PCMCIA
adapter drivers.
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If the PCMCIA adapter is not listed, use the Add New Hardware Wizard to install PCMCIA support.
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If the PCMCIA adapter is listed but not working, use the Update Driver option to install the
appropriate drivers.
After performing the update procedure, reboot your PC and insert your card again.
Connecting the board for I/O operations
Connectors, cables – main I/O connector
The table below lists the board connector, applicable cables, and compatible accessory products.
Board connector, cables, and accessory equipment
Connector type
Compatible cables
Compatible accessory products
50-pin connector
CPCC-50F-39: 50-pin Micro connector to 50-pin female IDC, one-meter cable
(39 inches).
ƒ CPCC-50M-4: 50-pin Micro connector to 50-pin male IDC, 4 inch adapter cable.
and
ƒ C50FF-x: 50-pin IDC female to female cable. x = length in feet.
CIO-MINI50
CIO-SPADE50
CIO-TERM100
SCB-50
SSR-RACK24
CIO-ERB24
CIO-ERB48
CIO-SERB24
CIO-SERB48
Pin out – main I/O connector
Figure 3 shows a PC-CARD-DIO48 case looking into the male mini-connector. The connector is mechanically
keyed to insure that the cable is inserted correctly.
Figure 3. 50-pin I/O mini-connector
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Cabling
Measurement Computing offers two cables for connecting the PC-CARD-D24/CTR3 to a screw-type terminal
board or other signal conditioning interface board:
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The CPCC-50F-39 cable: 39 inches (990 mm) long; and compatible with standard 50-pin screw terminal
products.
The CPCC-50M-4 cable: four-inch long adapter cable; required when using a C50FF-x series cable.
1
50
PC-CARD end
SECONDPORTA Bit 7
SECONDPORTA Bit 5
SECONDPORTA Bit 3
SECONDPORTA Bit 1
SECONDPORTB Bit 7
SECONDPORTB Bit 5
SECONDPORTB Bit 3
SECONDPORTB Bit 1
SECONDPORTC Bit 7
SECONDPORTC Bit 5
SECONDPORTC Bit 3
SECONDPORTC Bit 1
FIRSTPORTA Bit 7
FIRSTPORTA Bit 5
FIRSTPORTA Bit 3
FIRSTPORTA Bit 1
FIRSTPORTB Bit 7
FIRSTPORTB Bit 5
FIRSTPORTB Bit 3
FIRSTPORTB Bit 1
FIRSTPORTC Bit 7
FIRSTPORTC Bit 5
FIRSTPORTC Bit 3
FIRSTPORTC Bit 1
+5V
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
SECONDPORTA Bit 6
SECONDPORTA Bit 4
SECONDPORTA Bit 2
SECONDPORTA Bit 0
SECONDPORTB Bit 6
SECONDPORTB Bit 4
SECONDPORTB Bit 2
SECONDPORTB Bit 0
SECONDPORTC Bit 6
SECONDPORTC Bit 4
SECONDPORTC Bit 2
SECONDPORTC Bit 0
FIRSTPORTA Bit 6
FIRSTPORTA Bit 4
FIRSTPORTA Bit 2
FIRSTPORTA Bit 0
FIRSTPORTB Bit 6
FIRSTPORTB Bit 4
FIRSTPORTB Bit 2
FIRSTPORTB Bit 0
FIRSTPORTC Bit 6
FIRSTPORTC Bit 4
FIRSTPORTC Bit 2
FIRSTPORTC Bit 0
GND
CPCC-50M-4 cable end
(connect to C50FF-x)
Figure 4. Cable map — PC-CARD to CPCC-50M-4
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50
PC-CARD end
SECONDPORTA Bit 6
SECONDPORTA Bit 4
SECONDPORTA Bit 2
SECONDPORTA Bit 0
SECONDPORTB Bit 6
SECONDPORTB Bit 4
SECONDPORTB Bit 2
SECONDPORTB Bit 0
SECONDPORTC Bit 6
SECONDPORTC Bit 4
SECONDPORTC Bit 2
SECONDPORTC Bit 0
FIRSTPORTA Bit 6
FIRSTPORTA Bit 4
FIRSTPORTA Bit 2
FIRSTPORTA Bit 0
FIRSTPORTB Bit 6
FIRSTPORTB Bit 4
FIRSTPORTB Bit 2
FIRSTPORTB Bit 0
FIRSTPORTC Bit 6
FIRSTPORTC Bit 4
FIRSTPORTC Bit 2
FIRSTPORTC Bit 0
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
SECONDPORTA Bit 7
SECONDPORTA Bit 5
SECONDPORTA Bit 3
SECONDPORTA Bit 1
SECONDPORTB Bit 7
SECONDPORTB Bit 5
SECONDPORTB Bit 3
SECONDPORTB Bit 1
SECONDPORTC Bit 7
SECONDPORTC Bit 5
SECONDPORTC Bit 3
SECONDPORTC Bit 1
FIRSTPORTA Bit 7
FIRSTPORTA Bit 5
FIRSTPORTA Bit 3
FIRSTPORTA Bit 1
FIRSTPORTB Bit 7
FIRSTPORTB Bit 5
FIRSTPORTB Bit 3
FIRSTPORTB Bit 1
FIRSTPORTC Bit 7
FIRSTPORTC Bit 5
FIRSTPORTC Bit 3
FIRSTPORTC Bit 1
+5V
CPCC-50F-39 cable end
(connect to screw terminal or relay boards)
Figure 5. Cable map — PC-CARD to CPCC-50F-39
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Figure 6 shows a map of the two methods of cabling the PC-CARD-DIO48 to various screw terminal or signal
conditioning boards.
PC-CARD-DIO48
C50FF-x
TERMINALS
CIO-MINI50
CIO-SPADE 50
CIO-TERM100
SCB-50
RELAYS
SSR-RACK48
SSR-RACK24
CIO-ERB48
CIO-ERB24
CIO-SERB48
CIO-SERB24
TERMINALS
CIO-MINI50
CIO-SPADE 50
CIO-TERM100
SCB-50
RELAYS
SSR-RACK48
SSR-RACK24
CIO-ERB48
CIO-ERB24
CIO-SERB48
CIO-SERB24
CPCC-50M-4
or
PC-CARD-DIO48
CPCC-50F-39
Figure 6. Connecting to screw terminal or relay boards
Figure 7 shows how to connect the PC-CARD-DIO48 to two SSR-RACK24 or CIO-ERB24 relay racks.
CPCC-50F-39
Or
PC-CARD-DIO48
C50FF-x
CPCC-50M-4
In
CIO-ERB24
or
SSR-RACK24
Out
C50FF-#
CIO-ERB24
or
SSR-RACK24
In
Out
Figure 7. Cable map to the CIO-ERB24 or SSR-RACK24
CPCC-50F-39
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50
50
Key
1
Dot
1
2
50-pin micro connector.
Connect to the I/O connector
on the PC-CARD
with the dot facing UP.
50-pin female IDC connector.
Figure 8. CPCC-50F-39 cable connections
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Details on the CPCC-50F-39 cable are available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/cbicatalog/cbiproduct.asp?dept_id=105&pf_id=1379.
CPCC-50M-4
If your application requires a cable that is longer than one meter in length, use the CPCC-50M-4 four-inch
cable, and connect to a C50FF-x cable.
50
49
50
1
2
Dot
1
50-pin micro connector.
Connect to the I/O connector
on the PC-CARD
with the dot facing UP.
50-pin male IDC connector.
Connect to a C50FF-x cable.
Figure 9. CPCC-50M-4 cable connections
Details on the CPCC-50M-4 cable are available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/cbicatalog/cbiproduct.asp?dept_id=96&pf_id=1380.
C50FF-x
2
1
50
49
The red stripe
identifies pin # 1
50-pin female
IDC connector
2
1
50
49
50-pin female
IDC connector
Figure 10. C50FF-x cable
Details on the C50FF-x cable are available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/cbicatalog/cbiproduct.asp?dept_id=104&pf_id=136.
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Field wiring and signal termination
You can use the following cabling, screw termination, and signal conditioning products with the CPCC-50F-39
cable, or with the CPCC-50M-4 and C50FF-x cables:
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CIO-MINI50 – 50-pin screw terminal board.
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CIO-TERM100 – 100-pin screw terminal board (Two 50-pin IDC connectors).
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CIO-SPADE50 — 16" X 4" termination panel which mates with both 37-pin and 50-pin connectors.
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SCB-50 – 50 conductor, shielded signal connection/screw terminal box provides two independent 50-pin
connections.
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SSR-RACK24 – 24-channel, solid-state relay mounting rack for digital signal conditioning.
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SSR-RACK48 – 48-channel, solid-state relay mounting rack with quad-format modules.
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CIO-ERB24 – 24 Form C relays, 6 Amp relay accessory board for digital signal conditioning.
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CIO-SERB24 – 24 Form C relays, 10 Amp, fault detecting relay accessory board with socketed and field-
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CIO-ERB48 – 48 Form C relays, 6 Amp, relay, 50-pin accessory board for digital signal conditioning.
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CIO-SERB48 – 48 Form C relays, 10 Amp relay accessory board with socketed and field-replaceable
Information on signal connections
General information regarding signal connection and configuration is available in the Guide to
Signal Connections (available at www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/DAQ-Software-Quick-Start.pdf).
Calibrating the PC-CARD-DIO48
No calibration is required. There are no socketed or user-serviceable parts in the PC-CARD-DIO48. The case
cannot be opened. Opening the case will void your warranty. If your PC-CARD-DIO48 requires service,
contact the factory for an RMA# and return it.
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Chapter 3
Programming and Developing Applications
After following the installation instructions in Chapter 2, your board should now be installed and ready for use.
In general there may be no correspondence among registers for different boards. Software written at the
register-level for other models does not function correctly with your board.
Programming languages
Measurement Computing’s Universal Library provides access to board functions from a variety of Windows
programming languages. If you are planning to write programs, or would like to run the example programs
for Visual Basic or any other language, please refer to the Universal Library User's Guide (available on our
web site at www.mccdaq.com/PDFs/manuals/DAQ-Software-Quick-Start.pdf).
Packaged applications programs
Many packaged application programs now have drivers for your board. If the package you own does not have
drivers for the board, please fax or e-mail the package name and the revision number from the install disks. We
will research the package for you and advise how to obtain drivers.
Some application drivers are included with the Universal Library package, but not with the application package.
If you have purchased an application package directly from the software vendor, you may need to purchase our
Universal Library and drivers. Please contact us by phone, fax or e-mail:
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Phone: 508-946-5100 and follow the instructions for reaching Tech Support.
Fax: 508-946-9500 to the attention of Tech Support
Email: techsupport@mccdaq.com
Register-level programming
You should use the Universal Library or one of the packaged application programs mentioned above to control
your board. Only experienced programmers should try register-level programming.
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Chapter 4
Specifications
Typical for 25 °C unless otherwise specified.
Specifications in italic text are guaranteed by design.
Digital input/output
Table 1. Digital I/O specifications
Digital type
Configuration
Number of channels
Output high
Output low
Input high
Input low
Power-up / reset state
82C55
4 banks of 8, 4 banks of 4, programmable by bank as input or output
48 I/O
3.0 volts min @ -2.5 mA
0.4 volts max @ 2.5 mA
2.0 volts min, +5.5 volts absolute max
0.8 volts max, -0.5 volts absolute min
Input mode (high impedance)
Power consumption
Table 2. Power consumption specifications
+5V operating
37 mA typical, 55 mA max
Miscellaneous
Table 3. Miscellaneous specifications
+5 Volts DC
Available at I/O connector (+5V Power)
Protected by resettable fuse:
ƒ Hold current:
350 mA
ƒ Trip current:
700 mA
ƒ Trip and recovery time: 100 mS
Environmental
Table 4. Environmental specifications
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity
0 to 70 °C
-40 to 100 °C
0 to 95% non-condensing
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Connector and pin out
Table 5. Connector specifications
Connector type
Compatible cables
Compatible accessory products
50-pin connector
CPCC-50F-39: 50-pin Micro connector to 50-pin female IDC, one-meter cable
(39 inches).
ƒ CPCC-50M-4: 50-pin Micro connector to 50-pin male IDC, 4 inch adapter cable.
and
ƒ C50FF-x: 50-pin IDC female to female cable. x = length in feet.
CIO-MINI50
CI-SPADE50
CIO-TERM100
SCB-50
SSR-RACK24
CIO-ERB24
CIO-ERB48
CIO-SERB24
CIO-SERB48
Table 6. Connector pin out
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Signal Name
SECONDPORTA Bit 7
SECONDPORTA Bit 6
SECONDPORTA Bit 5
SECONDPORTA Bit 4
SECONDPORTA Bit 3
SECONDPORTA Bit 2
SECONDPORTA Bit 1
SECONDPORTA Bit 0
SECONDPORTB Bit 7
SECONDPORTB Bit 6
SECONDPORTB Bit 5
SECONDPORTB Bit 4
SECONDPORTB Bit 3
SECONDPORTB Bit 2
SECONDPORTB Bit 1
SECONDPORTB Bit 0
SECONDPORTC Bit 7
SECONDPORTC Bit 6
SECONDPORTC Bit 5
SECONDPORTC Bit 4
SECONDPORTC Bit 3
SECONDPORTC Bit 2
SECONDPORTC Bit 1
SECONDPORTC Bit 0
FIRSTPORTA Bit 7
Pin
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
18
Signal Name
FIRSTPORTA Bit 6
FIRSTPORTA Bit 5
FIRSTPORTA Bit 4
FIRSTPORTA Bit 3
FIRSTPORTA Bit 2
FIRSTPORTA Bit 1
FIRSTPORTA Bit 0
FIRSTPORTB Bit 7
FIRSTPORTB Bit 6
FIRSTPORTB Bit 5
FIRSTPORTB Bit 4
FIRSTPORTB Bit 3
FIRSTPORTB Bit 2
FIRSTPORTB Bit 1
FIRSTPORTB Bit 0
FIRSTPORTC Bit 7
FIRSTPORTC Bit 6
FIRSTPORTC Bit 5
FIRSTPORTC Bit 4
FIRSTPORTC Bit 3
FIRSTPORTC Bit 2
FIRSTPORTC Bit 1
FIRSTPORTC Bit 0
+5V
GND
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