TP1000
TP1000
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1 Introduction
The TP1000 is a Touchpanel Computer with a
¼ VGA graphic LC-Display designed to be
integrated in a door of a control cabinet, in a
control desk or in the housing surface of your
device.
The unit is based on the TINY-TigerTM or the
TINY-TigerTM 2 Multitasking Computers which
can be easily programmed in Tiger-BASICTM. It
can store and display several menus, graphics
and machine states due to its large RAM and
Flash memory. The user can interact with the
displayed graphics touching directly on it. For
this job you can download our Tiger Graphic
Library, which include many subroutines for
creating control elements and graphs, printing
in graphic fonts or showing dynamically
created graphics.
The inputs and machine states can be
transfered from or to your application by the
communication ports.
2 Applications
•
Touchpanel Terminals
•
Operating Units
•
Laboratory Apparatus
•
Machine Controls
•
Data Bus Bridges
•
Vending Machines
•
Measurement Devices
•
Dataloggers
•
Info-Points
•
... and many more
•
¼ VGA LCD 5.7“
320 x 240 pixels
•
Switchable LED back light
•
Exchangeable Multitasking Computer
Modules
•
512kB...4 MByte FLASH
for program or user data
•
512kB...1 MByte SRAM with backup battery
Input
•
RS232, RS485/422
•
Ethernet 10 base T
•
USB Slave
•
CAN-Bus, V. 2.0B, active, 11/29 Bit
Identifier
•
Battery Buffered Real Time Clock
•
Power Supply Input 8...30V DC
•
Analog Inputs 2 x 0...10 V
•
Analog Inputs 2 x 0...20mA
•
MF2 keyboard connector
•
Buzzer
•
Sound Output
•
4 Internal / External Control LEDs
•
Group-Wise Pluggable Terminals /
Connectors
•
Tiger X-Bus I/O Extension Bus
up to 64k/16M Ports
3 Features
•
Analog touch panel 120mm x 90mm
•
With front panel or without front panel
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4 Contents
1 Introduction...............................................................................................................................1
2 Applications..............................................................................................................................1
3 Features....................................................................................................................................1
4 Contents....................................................................................................................................2
5 Control Elements.......................................................................................................................4
5.1 RESET button......................................................................................................................4
5.2 Watchdog Jumper (optional)...............................................................................................4
5.3 Internal Buzzer...................................................................................................................4
5.4 Status LEDs........................................................................................................................5
5.4.1 Power LED...................................................................................................................5
5.4.2 User LED.....................................................................................................................5
5.4.3 Ethernet Status LEDs...................................................................................................5
5.4.4 USB LED......................................................................................................................5
5.5 DIP Switch S1......................................................................................................................5
5.5.1 CAN Bus......................................................................................................................5
5.5.2 RS485/RS422 Termination..........................................................................................5
5.5.3 Mode Switch...............................................................................................................5
5.6 RS485 / RS422 Selection....................................................................................................5
5.7 PWM Selection Jumper JP5..................................................................................................5
5.8 LCD Contrast......................................................................................................................6
5.8.1 int. / ext. Contrast Jumper JP6.....................................................................................6
6 Connectors................................................................................................................................7
6.1 Power Supply......................................................................................................................7
6.2 MF2 keyboard connector J20..............................................................................................7
6.3 Audio line output J10..........................................................................................................8
6.4 External Contrast potentiometer J8....................................................................................8
6.5 LCD Connector J7................................................................................................................8
6.6 Analog inputs J9................................................................................................................8
6.6.1 Analog Input 0...20mA................................................................................................9
6.6.2 Analog Input 0...10V...................................................................................................9
6.7 Serial Port 0.......................................................................................................................9
6.7.1 Ser 0: RS485 Mode....................................................................................................10
6.7.2 Ser 0: RS422 Mode...................................................................................................10
6.8 CAN bus............................................................................................................................11
6.9 Serial Port 1......................................................................................................................11
6.9.1 Ser 1: RS232 J4..........................................................................................................11
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6.9.2 Ser 1: USB J22...........................................................................................................11
6.10 Touch Panel Connector J21..............................................................................................12
6.11 Ethernet J5.......................................................................................................................12
6.12 External LEDs Connectors................................................................................................13
6.13 External Buzzer...............................................................................................................13
6.14 SRAM backup battery......................................................................................................13
6.15 I²C Bus............................................................................................................................13
6.15.1 EEPROM...................................................................................................................14
6.16 External Reset J15............................................................................................................14
6.17 Tiger X-Bus J18................................................................................................................14
6.18 Analog Inputs J19............................................................................................................16
7 Used Tiger Pins........................................................................................................................17
8 Used X-Port Addresses............................................................................................................18
9 Used Analog Inputs.................................................................................................................18
10 Technical Specification.........................................................................................................19
10.1 Absolute Maximum And Minimum Ratings......................................................................19
10.2 Electrical Specifications..................................................................................................19
10.3 Mechanical Specifications..............................................................................................20
10.3.1 TP1000 Board dimensions......................................................................................20
10.3.2 TP1000 Connector dimensions................................................................................21
10.3.3 Domed front panel (types TP1000-R...)....................................................................22
10.3.4 Drilling template.....................................................................................................23
11 Order Informations................................................................................................................24
11.1 Part Number Scheme.......................................................................................................24
11.2 Example..........................................................................................................................24
11.3 Matrix of Features...........................................................................................................25
12 Document History..................................................................................................................26
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Reset
JP7
Watchdog
Buzzer
Power LED
User LED
Ethernet
Data LED
Connect LED
USB
Connect LED
S1: ON
PC Mode
RS485 Termination
HiSpeed CAN
CAN Termination
LCD
Contrast
JP6
ext. / int.
Contrast
OFF
RUN
open
Slow
open
JP5
PWM selection
RS485
RS422
5 Control Elements
JP1 JP2 JP3 JP4
op cl
cl
cl
cl op op op
is not restarted. For restarting the watchdog
you have to toggle pin L86 (with duty cycle
equal 1) four times per minute at least.
5.1 RESET button
If the PC/RUN-Mode switch S1 is turned to PCMode, the TINY-TigerTM will enter the PC Mode
after pressing the RESET button.
If the PC/RUN-Mode switch S1 is turned to
RUN-Mode, the TINY- TigerTM will restart the
user program after the button is released
again.
If the watchdog jumper JP7 is placed you will
disable the watchdog circuit.
In case of replacing the watchdog jumper JP7 it
will be enabled.
5.3 Internal Buzzer
Additionally you can connect an external
RESET button to J15, as well. Please refer
chapter connectors for more details.
A on board buzzer is available on the TP1000,
too. It can be used to signal every kind of
events. You can signal a touch on the display
for example.
5.2 Watchdog Jumper (optional)
A high level on TINY-TigerTM 2 pin L42 turn the
buzzer on. A low level turn it off again.
A watchdog circuit is available if this Jumper is
assembled.
In this case the watchdog will send a RESET
every 20 seconds to the board, if the watchdog
Note: If TINY-TigerTM 1 is used this feature is
not available!
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5.4 Status LEDs
5.5.1 CAN Bus
The TP1000 possesses different kind of status
LEDs. It is possible to connect external LEDs to
connector J6 and J12. Please refer chapter
connectors for more details.
The CAN Bus should be terminated at both ends in
it characteristic line impedance. You can do this
with DIP Switch 1.
You can also select whether the CAN Bus should
operate with a slope control to reduce EMI or not.
Do not use the slope control if the CAN Bus
operates at high speeds.
5.4.1 Power LED
The green Power LED will light up if power
supply is connected.
5.4.2 User LED
The red User LED is directly connected to the
TINY-TigerTM 2 pin L40. A high level on this pin
turns this LED on. A low signal turns it off
again. You can use it to signal every kind of
error for example.
5.4.3 Ethernet Status LEDs
Two LEDs show you the state of your Ethernet link.
The green connect LED will be light, if the Ethernet is
connected to a network. The yellow data LED will be
light, if data are received or transmitted.
5.5.2 RS485/RS422 Termination
The RS485 Bus should be terminated at both end
(for RS422 bus only receive line) in it characteristic
line impedance. You can turn this termination on or
off with DIP switch 3.
5.5.3 Mode Switch
Turn DIP switch 4 on, to enter the PC-Mode,
after pressing the RESET button or after poweron-RESET. In PC Mode you can download and
debug new program using SER1 or the USB
port.
The yellow LED beside the USB slave port indicates
if cable and driver are successfully installed.
Turn DIP switch 4 off ,to enter RUN-Mode, after
pressing the RESET button or after power-onRESET. Use RUN Mode to start the user
program. In this mode SER1 or the USB Port
can be used for own applications.
5.5 DIP Switch S1
5.6 RS485 / RS422 Selection
On DIP switch S1 you can configure the
following features of the TP1000:
The serial port 0 can be used as RS485 or
RS4221. The serial port 0 can be configured
with JP1...4.
5.4.4 USB LED
DIP
Switch
1
bus
CAN
function
ON: bus termination 120R
activated
OFF: no termination
2
CAN
ON: high speed is possible
OFF: slope control active
3
RS485/
RS422
ON: bus termination 120R
activated
OFF: no termination
4
-
ON: PC-Mode
OFF: RUN-Mode
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
RS485
open
close
close
close
RS422
close
open
open
open
5.7 PWM Selection Jumper JP5
The PWM output can be selected with JP5. If
the jumper is set to position 1-2 PWM output 1
is connected to L73. In position 2-3 (default)
L72 is connected to the PWM output 0. Please
use L72 bacause L73 will be used for later
versions.
1 RS485 full duplex
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JP5
PWM channel TINY-Tiger TM
pin
1-2
1
L73
2-3
0
L72
5.8 LCD Contrast
You can adjust the contrast of the LC display
potentiometer RV1. You can reduce the
contrast of the display down to no contrast. If
you can't see your outputs at the display
increase the contrast. If the screen is too
black, reduce the contrast.
The backlight of the display is switchable. A
low level on TINY-TigerTM pin L82 turns the
backlight on. A high level on this pin turns it
off again.
Please turn the backlight on for better LCD
contrast adjustment.
5.8.1 int. / ext. Contrast Jumper JP6
An external potentiometer can be connected to
connector J8, too. In this case you have to set
jumper JP6 to position 1-2. Otherwise you have
it set to position 2-3.
JP5
Contrast
potentiometer
1-2
external
2-3
internal
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J15
ext. RESET
J18
J16
SRAM backup BATT
J17
I²C Bus
Tiger X-Bus
J19
Analog IN 0...11
J11
ext. Speaker
J12
ext. power LED
ext. USER LED
J6
ext. data LED
ext. connect LED
Power Supply J14
8...30V DC
J13
J5
Ethernet 10baseT
J20
MF2 Keyboard
J21
Touch Panel
J10
Sound Out
J22 USB
Client (Type B)
J8
ext. Contrast
J7
LCD Type EW32F
J9 Analog In
2x voltage input
2x current input
6 Connectors
You can connect the power supply 8...30V DC
for this board at connector J13&14. A green
LED light up if power supply is connected. The
main power supply input is fused on board, so
no external fuse is necessary at these point.
2 +8..30V
DC
J1 Ser. 0
CAN, RS485/422
Note: Please connect all devices to the same
power supply line and connect the greatest
power consumers nearly to the power supply.
6.1 Power Supply
1 GND
J4 Ser. 1
RS232
1
1
2
2
Connector J13 & J14
6.2 MF2 keyboard connector J20
The TP1000 has a connector for a MF2
keyboards. With this it is possible to connect a
common PC keyboard to the TP1000.
For the connection of a MF2 keyboard are two
pins of the TINY-TigerTM 2 needed. Those are
L36 (data) and L37 (clk) of the Tiny-TigerTM
module. These pins are lead to the MF2
connector J20.
The connector J14 is designed for using wires
with cross section from 0.75 to 1.5 mm².
1 -
L37
6
2 Vcc
GND 5
The power jack J13 has a pin with 2.0mm
diameter and is designed for connectors with
4.2mm outside diameter.
3 -
L36
4
Connector J20
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If you don't use MF2 driver, pinL36 and L37
may be used by user. This pin's are pull up
with4K7.
Please include the device driver
“MF2_3736.TD2” in your source code for using
a MF2 keyboard.
INSTALL_DEVICE #KEYB, "MF2_3736.TD2"
Note: The MF2 keyboard device driver is only
supported for TINY-TigerTM 2!
6.3 Audio line output J10
You can plug a headphone or active speakers
in the 3.5mm phone jack J10 for playing
sounds on PWM output.
Pin Signal
1 PWM_out
2 PWM_out
3 GND
1
Pin
Signal
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Vss
Vdd
-22V
A0
/WR
/RD
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
/CS
/RST
Vee
68/80
NC
NC
VLED +
VLED -
Power supply (GND)
Power supply (+)
Contrast
A0
Data write
Data read
Data bus line
Data bus line
Data bus line
Data bus line
Data bus line
Data bus line
Data bus line
Data bus line
Chip select
RESET
Vee (-24V)
H:6800 L:8080
Not used
Not used
Back light anode
Back light cathode
2
3
Connector J7
6.6 Analog inputs J9
6.4 External Contrast potentiometer J8
An external potentiometer for LCD contrast can
be installed to connector1 J8. Please use a
10...25kΩ potentiometer.
1 GND
3 GND
5 GND
7 GND
Pin Signal
1 end
2 cursor
3 begin
The TP1000 presents 4 analog inputs on
header J9. Two 0...10V inputs and two
0...20mA inputs. It's designed for connecting
directly to analog voltage / current sensors.
1
2
3
Connector J8
I_IN0 2
I_IN1 4
U_IN0 6
U_IN1 8
Analog Input of
TINY-TigerTM2
2
4
3
5
Connector J9
Note: Only for TINY-TigerTM 2 user available.
6.5 LCD Connector J7
The LC display of the TP1000 is connected to
J7. Please use only LCDs of type EW32F or
compatible types.
This header is designed for using the
Weidmueller connector2 or compatible. You
can use wire with cross section from 0.08 to
1.5 mm².
1 Crimpconnector RM2.54mm
2 Item-No. 1748180000 (www.weidmueller.com)
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6.6.1 Analog Input 0...20mA
You can directly connect up to 2 sensors with
current outputs of 0...20mA to this board. The
current is measured over a 182Ω resistor. As
well the board presents a 3.75V reference
voltage, you'll get values between 0 and 994
by using the device driver „ANALOG1.TDD“.
(0.02A * 182Ω *1024 / 3.75V)
The input voltage is divided by a voltage
divider and the resulting signal is connected
through an amplifier to the analog inputs of
the TINY-TigerTM2.
As well this board presents a 3.75V reference
voltage, you'll get values between 0 and 1015
using the device driver „ANALOG1.TDD“.
10V * 162kΩ / (162kΩ+274kΩ) * (1024 /
3.75V)
Sensor
0...20mA
Board
+
+
Tiger analog inpu t
ext. power supply
The analog voltage inputs U_IN0 and U_IN1
are connected to the TINY-TigerTM 2 analog
inputs 3 and 5.
18 2R
GND
The analog current inputs I_IN0 and I_IN1 are
connected to the TINY-TigerTM 2 analog inputs
2 and 4.
input
type
Analog input of
TINY-Tiger TM 2
I_IN0
0...20mA
2
I_IN1
0...20mA
4
6.6.2 Analog Input 0...10V
At the analog voltage inputs 0V...10V you can
connect up to 2 sensors with a voltage output.
B oard
+
-
external
power
supply
sensor
out
274k
+
-
to Tiger analog input
input
type
Analog input of
TINY-TigerTM2
U_IN0
0...10V
3
U_IN1
0...10V
5
6.7 Serial Port 0
The serial port 0 can be used as RS485 or as
RS4221. Please refer chapter RS485 / RS422
selection for configuration.
Use the device driver „SER1B_K1.TDD“ to
communicate via serial port 0. Install the
device driver in your source code for full
support of RS232 (Ser1) and RS485 (Ser0)
interfaces:
#ifdef TIGER_2
INSTALL_DEVICE #SER, "SER1B_K1.TDD", &
BD_9_600, DP_8N, YES, & 'Ser.0
BD_9_600, DP_8N, YES, & 'Ser.1
00010000b, 1, 0
'RS485 set L14 to RTS0
#endif
#ifdef TIGER_1
INSTALL_DEVICE #SER, "SER1B_K1.TDD", &
BD_9_600, DP_8N, YES, & 'Ser.0
BD_9_600, DP_8N, YES, & 'Ser.1
00100000b, 9, 0
'RS485 set L95 to RTS0
#endif
162k
GND
1 RS485 full duplex
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Device 0
A
B
R
A
D
Device 1
Device 31
B
R
D
Master
Device 30
Note: The line should terminated at both ends
in it characteristic impedance. Stub lengths off
the main line should be kept as short as
possible.
You have to connect GND to each module if a
separate power supply is used!
RS422
Rx +
R
A
Y
D
B
With the RS4222 port a multi slave, single
master bus connection of boards (up to 32
devices) is possible. You should implement a
software protocol to prevent that more than
one slave is writing to the master at the same
time. All circuits must use the same baud rate.
Rx B
Z
B
Tx -
D
Z
R
Tx/Rx B
6.7.2 Ser 0: RS422 Mode
Tx +
Y
Y
Z
D
B
A
Y
R
D
In case of RS485 configuration the following
signals are available on connector J1:
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
RS485_A
RS485_B
GND
RS485_Shield
CAN_L
CAN_H
GND
CAN_Shield
RS485_A
RS485_B
GND
RS485_Shield
CAN_L
CAN_H
GND
CAN_Shield
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
B
A
A
Slave 31
R
Slave 30
Slave 1
The RS485 port can be used to expand your
TP1000 with relay outputs, digital inputs ,
PT1000 temperature sensors or many things
more. Please take a look for our SBC30xx and
SBC40xx!
Z
120R
A
D
Tx/Rx +
R
A
120R
120R
RS485
This header is designed for using the
Weidmueller connector1 or compatible. You
can use wire with cross section from 0.08 to
1.5 mm².
120R
With the RS485 port a bus connection of
multiple boards (up to 32 devices) is possible.
You should implement a software protocol to
prevent that more than one circuit is writing to
the bus at the same time. All circuits must use
the same baud rate.
D
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6.7.1 Ser 0: RS485 Mode
Note: The transmit line should terminated in it
characteristic impedance. Stub lengths off the
main line should be kept as short as possible.
You have to connect GND to each module if a
separate power supply is used!
In case of RS422 configuration the following
signals are available on connector J1:
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
RS422_A
RS422_B
GND
RS485_Shield
CAN_L
CAN_H
GND
CAN_Shield
RS422_Y
RS422_Z
GND
RS485_Shield
CAN_L
CAN_H
GND
CAN_Shield
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
Connector J1
Connector J1
1 Item-No. 1748220000 (www.weidmueller.com)
2 RS485 full duplex
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6.8 CAN bus
The CAN bus is available at the same
connector like RS485/422.
Use the device driver „CAN1_K8.td2“ to
communicate via CAN-Bus. Install this driver in
your source code for full support of CAN bus:
install_device #CAN, "CAN1_K8.TD2", &
"6D 55 D9 98 &
' access
code
FF FF FF FF &
' access
mask
10 45 &
' bustim1,
bustim2
08 1A"%
' single filter mode,
outctrl
c irc uit 1
6.9.1 Ser 1: RS232 J4
In case of using RS232 port you can have a full
duplex point to point connection to another
device.
If this board is started in PC Mode, the RS232
port 1 is used as download and debug port.
To connect two boards on serial port 1 you
have to use a cross linked cable with male
connectors.
Board 1
Board 2
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
CAN L
CAN H
CA N L
120R
The serial port 1 of the TINY-TigerTM is used as
RS232 or USB slave port. If a USB slave device
is plugged in the RS232 is disabled
automatically.
For device driver installation please refer
chapter Serial Port 0 and device driver
documentation of Ser1b.
0
L
CAN H
H
L
CAN L
H
CA N H
CAN L
With the CAN bus port a bus connection of
multiple boards is possible. The hardware of
the TINY-TigerTM 2 supports the CAN 2.0A and
2.0B protocols. If TINY-TigerTM 1 is used, the
CAN bus is not available.
6.9 Serial Port 1
0
This header is designed for using the
Weidmueller connector1 or compatible. You
can use wire with cross section from 0.08 to
1.5 mm².
CA N H
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120R
c irc uit 2
c irc uit 3
c irc uit n
Note: The line should terminated at both ends
in it characteristic impedance. Stub lengths off
the main line should be kept as short as
possible.
You have to connect GND to each module if a
separate power supply is used!
1
2
3
4
5
TxD
RxD
GND
CTS
RTS
-
6
7
8
9
Connector J4 Ser1: RS232 (FEMALE)
Note: If TINY-TigerTM 1 is plugged in CTS and
RTS is not supported.
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Position Y
button
6.9.2 Ser 1: USB J22
In case of using the USB slave port, the RS232
port is automatically disabled.
Please install the virtual COM Port driver
(TP1000_USB_driver) for connecting the
TP1000 to your PC via USB cable.
2
3
4
The yellow LED beside the USB slave port sign
on if cable and driver successfully installed.
2 D-
2
3
1
4
3 D+
VBus
1
GND
4
Connector J22 Ser1: USB
6.10 Touch Panel Connector J21
The touch panel is connected to a separate
connector J21 with following signals.
Pin
Signal
Description
1
XR
Position X right
2
YB
Position Y button
3
XL
Position X left
4
YT
Position Y top
The touch panel is controlled by X-Port
address 0xFAhex.
Use this address for controlling this touch
panel. The following table shows the defined
bit positions and the sense of signal:
Bit Signal
Description
Status
0
Position X
right
0
Vref on
1
Vref off
0
GND off
1
TP_XR
TP_YB
TP_YT
TP_XL
1
GND on
Position Y top 0
Vref on
1
Vref off
Position X left 0
GND off
1
GND on
0
Normal mode
1
Discharge
mode
TP_Sync Signal to
discharge
analog signal
Y
Please install the device driver
„touchpanel.tdd“ with device type 0 for using
the touch panel of the TP1000:
INSTALL_DEVICE #TP, "TOUCHPANEL.TDD",
TP_TYP_0
1
2
3
4
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6.11 Ethernet J5
The EM03-ETH-P Ethernet module supports
protocols like ARP, IP, TCP, DHCP, DNS, UDP,
SNTP. Some more protocols are ready
designed in BASIC language. Please take a
look at the latest version of the EM03-ETH-P
documentation.
The board presents a 10 BASE-T Ethernet
connection. You can connect 2 boards with a
cross linked cable or connect with a straight
cable to an existing network using a hub or
switch.
As the board supports TCP/IP you can easily
connect your application to an intranet or to
the Internet via a gateway.
Possible applications are for example web
browser controlled devices or devices which
send e-mails if a defined event occurs. With
this CPU board you can design measurement
devices which will send results to the hard
disk drive of an Internet service provider via
FTP to get world wide access to the measured
values.
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RJ 45
An external AC Buzzer can be plugged in to
connector1 J11. This Buzzer is also controlled
by TINY-TigerTM 2 pin L42. The TP1000 is able
to drive buzzer up to 200mA@5V.
RJ 45
Rx -
Rx +
Tx Tx +
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Rx -
Pin Signal
Rx +
Tx Tx +
1
2
Cross linked cable for Ethernet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Tx+
TxRx+
Rx-
2
Note: If TINY-TigerTM 1 is used this feature is
not available!
1
6.14 SRAM backup battery
6.12 External LEDs Connectors
External LEDs for the Ethernet port can be
directly connected to connector1 J6.
Pin Signal
Vcc (Anode)
Connect
LED(Cathode)
Data LED(Cathode)
Connector J6
Please use only 3...5V batteries on connector1
J16.
2
Pin Signal
3
1
2
Pin Signal
GND (Cathode)
User LED(Anode)
Data LED(Anode)
On connector J16 can be connected a backup
battery. In case of using a TINY-TigerTM 1 the
Real Time Clock (RTC) and the static RAM
(SRAM) will be buffered. This means data in
RAM and RTC will not be lost if power supply
shut down.
In case of using TINY-TigerTM 2 only SRAM is
buffered by this external battery. The RTC is
buffered by the on board battery.
1
An external User and Power LED can be directly
connected to connector1 J12
1
2
3
1
Connector J11
Connector J5
1
2
3
buzzer A1
buzzer A2
BATT BATT +
1
2
Connector J16
Note: Please refer to the datasheet of the used
TINY-TigerTM module for electrical specification.
1
2
6.15 I²C Bus
3
The TINY-TigerTM is able to communicate with
I²C devices and use following pins for data and
clock:
Connector J12
6.13 External Buzzer
Signal
IO state at the
TINY-Tiger TM
Description
1 Crimp connector RM2.54mm
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L70
L71
IO, pull up open
collector
Clock line
Pin Signal
IO, pull up open
collector
Data line
1
2
Note: Please be careful when using 3.3V I²C
devices with this CPU module. Special care
must be taken using device drivers which may
use L70 or L71 as output.
The I²C bus is available on connector1 J17. It
can be used for your own I²C device. Please
don't install devices outside of the case of the
TP1000.
Pin Signal
SDA
SCL
GND
1
2
Connector J15
L70 is used as serial clock line (SCL) and L71
as serial data line (SDA). Each line is pulled up
to 5V with a 2k2 resistor.
1
2
3
Reset In
GND
1
2
3
Connector J17
6.15.1 EEPROM
An 64 kByte EEPROM of type M24512 is
connected to the I²C bus. To communicate with
the EEPROM you have to use the device
selection Byte 0xA9hex for read access and
0xA8hex for write access.
6.17 Tiger X-Bus J18
The Tiger X-Bus is used to connect expansion
modules of the TDR series or the SD-Card
Adapter 2 to the TP1000. The expansion
module is clipped to the DIN rail and is
connected with a short ribbon 1:1 cable with a
female header connector at one side and a
female 25 pole sub D connector at the other
side. The cable length must not exceed 0.5m.
XB_L33_Aclk
XB_L35_INE
XB_L87_Aclk_2
XB_L77_Aclk_3
n.c.2
n.c.2
n.c.2
L70_SCL
XB_INTM1
XB_/RESET
L64
L62
L60
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
XB_L34_Dclk
L73_PWM1
L72_PWM0
L76_SPI_MoSi
L75_SPI_MiSo
L74_SPI_Clk
L71_SDA
L67
L66
L65
L63
L61
n.c.
Connector J18
Data such as calibration information can be
stored here. The data will be available even
after any program updates.
During installation of the TP1000 or expansion
modules the power of all devices should be
turned off.
6.16 External Reset J15
The signals of the Tiger X Bus are connected
to, or controlled by the TINY-TigerTM 2 I/O ports.
The functions of the signals are listed below.
To avoid conflicts between expansion modules
the signals of the Tiger X-Bus should only be
used as described.
Use connector1 J15 to connect a external
RESET button, the internal button is always
active.
1 Crimp connector RM2.54mm
Please take a look to application_note for
connecting our EP expansion modules to the
TP1000 by using the Tiger X-Bus.
2 Can be optional connected to GND
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Note: We strictly recommend to take a look at
schematics_of_TP1000 in case of using the
Tiger X Bus pins for other purposes in your
application. Using the Tiger X Bus pins for
other purposes is at your own risk!
Tiger X-Bus Used Input /
Signal
IO Port Output
of TINYTiger
XB_L33_Aclk
L33
Output
XB_L34_Dclk L34
Output
XB_L35_/INE L35
Output
L60
L60
IO
L61
L61
IO
L62
L62
IO
L63
L63
IO
L64
L64
IO
L65
L65
IO
L66
L66
IO
Tiger X-Bus Used Input /
Signal
IO Port Output
of TINYTiger
L67
L67
IO
L70-SCL
L70
L71-SDA
L71
L72-PWM0
L73-PWM1
L74-SPI-CLK
L72
L73
L74
IO,
pull-up
open
collector
IO,
pull-up
open
collector
Output
Output
Output
Description
address clock low byte
high active
If this signal is high
then the address at
L60...L67 is valid. IO
Modules should latch
the address
Data clock
(high active).
If this signal is high
then the data at
L60...L67 is valid
Input Enable
(low active).
If this signal is low
then the input module
which address is
selected should put it's
data to L60..L67
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
L75-SPI-MiSo L75
Input
L76-SPI-MoSi L76
Output
XB_L77_Aclk_ L77
3
Output
XB_L87_Aclk_ L87
2
XB_INTM1
INTM1
Output
Description
Used as multiplexed
address and data bus
line.
I2C clock line. To use
this line an external
pull-up resistor is
necessary.
I2C data line. To use
this line an external
pull-up resistor is
necessary.
PWM output 0
PWM output 1
SPI clock line.
SPI devices should be
enabled using a bit of
an extended port.
SPI data input line.
SPI devices should be
enabled using a bit of
an extended port
Serial Peripheral
Interface (SPI) data
output line.
SPI devices should be
enabled using a bit of
an extended port.
Address clock high
byte
high active.
If the signal is '1', then
L60…L67 is latched as
mid byte of an 24 bit
address for Xport
functions
Address clock mid byte
high active.
If the signal is '1', then
L60…L67 is latched as
high byte of an 24 bit
address for Xport
functions
Input
Expansion modules
pull-up can pull up this signal
to initiate a BASIC
interrupt 1.
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Tiger X-Bus Used Input /
Signal
IO Port Output
of TINYTiger
XB_/RESET
INTM3
Optional GND -
IO
open
collector
pull-up
470Ω
-
Description
If the Reset button is
pressed or at power up
this TDR module pulls
this signal low. If any
IO module pulls this
signal low, the user
program can recognize
this using BASIC
interrupt 3.
Can be optional
connected to GND with
0R resistor.
Analog 0 (*)
Analog 2
Analog 4
Analog 6
Analog 8
Analog 10
+5V
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
Analog 1 (*)
Analog 3
Analog 5
Analog 7
Analog 9
Analog 11
GND
Connector J19
Note: Please note, the TINY-TigerTM 1
supported only analog input 0...3.
(*) Don't use this pin's, may be used for later
versions.
6.18 Analog Inputs J19
All analog inputs are available on connector
J19. The pins of this connector are directly
connected to the TINY-TigerTM pins.
The analog inputs 0 and 1 are used for the
internal touch panel. The inputs 2 and 4 are
used for the 0...20mA current inputs. And the
analog inputs 3 and 5 of the TINY-TigerTM 2 are
connected to the 0...10V voltage inputs.
There are two different assembles available:
In case of TINY-TigerTM 2 version the analog
inputs 6 to 11 are usable for free user
applications.
In case of TINY-TigerTM 1 version the voltage
and current inputs are not available. So you
can use inputs 2 and 3 for free user
applications.
The TP1000 module have installed a 3.75V
reference voltage as well.
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7 Used Tiger Pins
L76
-
12b Tiger X Bus reserved for
L76-SPI-MoSi, available with
TINY-TigerTM 2
L77
-
13b reserved for high byte of
address clock, available
with TINY-TigerTM 2
L80
L80
13a GLCD_/RD Graphic LCDs
read
L81
L81
14a GLCD_/WR Graphic LCDs
write signal
L82
L82
15a LCD_Light Turn back light on
or off
L83
L83
31a on Tiger X Bus as
XB_L35_/INE and intern as
input enable signal for the
extended ports.
low active output
16a GLCD_C/D Graphic LCD
command/data select signal
output
L84
L84
17a GLCD_/CE Graphic LCD
enable signal low active
output
L85
L85
18a GLCD_/RES Graphic LCD
reset signal low active
output
L86
L86
19a Trigger watchdog
L87
L87
20a reserved for mid byte of
address clock
L90
L90
23a Data out line for
RS485/RS422
L91
L91
24a Data in line for
RS485/RS422
L92
L92
25a CTS0 not used but pulled
down by a resistor
L93
L93
26a TxD1 (RS232)
L94
L94
27a RxD1 (RS232)
L95
-
33b CTS1 (RS232)
L96
-
34b L96_CAN_TX CAN Bus
transmit line
L97
-
35b L97_CAN_RX CAN Bus
receive line
I/O of I/O of Pin
TINY- TINY- No
TigerT TigerT
M
M
2
1
used for:
L14
L95
28a RTS0 (RS485)
L15
-
32b RTS1 (RS232)
L33
L33
29a Low byte of address clock
L34
L34
30a on Tiger X Bus as
XB_L34_Dclk and intern as
data clock signal for the
extended ports.
high active output
L35
L35
L36
L36
32a Keyboard data line
L37
L37
33a Keyboard clock line
L40
-
37b User LED, available with
TINY-TigerTM 1 and 2
L41
L41
36a Run / PC Mode
L42
-
38b Buzzer
L60 to L60 to 1a
L67
L67
to
8a
multiplexed data and adress
lines used by Tiger X Bus,
LCD, Ethernet module and
extended ports
L70
SCL signal connected to I2CEEPROM and J17
low active-pull up 2k2
L71
L70
L71
9a
10a SDA signal connected to I2CEEPROM and J17
low active-pull up 2k2
L72
L72
11a Tiger X Bus
L72-PWM0
L73
L73
12a Tiger X Bus
L73-PWM1
L74
-
10b Tiger X Bus reserved for L74SPI-CLK, available with
TINY-TigerTM 2
L75
-
11b Tiger X Bus reserved for
L75-SPI-MiSo, available with
TINY-TigerTM 2
INTM1 -
8b
Connected to Tiger X-Bus
signal XB_INTM1
INTM3 -
7b
Connected to Tiger X-Bus
signal XB_/RESET
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8 Used X-Port Addresses
Phy. Address bit
0xFAhex
(output)
0
1
2
9 Used Analog Inputs
used for:
connecting right edge of
touch panel to VCC
low active
connecting bottom edge of
touch panel to GND
high active
connecting top edge of
touch panel to VCC
low active
3
connecting left edge of
touch panel to GND
high active
4
Discharge analog signal Y
5..7 not used
0xF0...0xF4hex
(output)
0...
7
Ethernet module EM03-ETHP
analog inputs of
TINY-TigerTM 2
used for:
A/D Ref Low
GND
A/D Ref High
3.75V
Analog in 0
Touchpanel Y
Analog in 1
Touchpanel X
Analog in 2
0 ... 20mA
Analog in 3
0 ... 10V
Analog in 4
0 ... 20mA
Analog in 5
0 ... 10V
Analog in 6
not used1
Analog in 7
not used1
Analog in 8
not used1
Analog in 9
not used1
Analog in 10
not used1
Analog in 11
not used1
analog inputs of
TINY-TigerTM 1
used for:
A-GND
GND
A/D Ref
3.75V
Analog in 0
Touchpanel Y
Analog in 1
Touchpanel X
Analog in 2
not used1
Analog in 3
not used1
1 For user application available on connector J19.
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10 Technical Specification
10.1 Absolute Maximum And Minimum Ratings
(beyond which permanent damage may occur)
maximum supply voltage U_in
30V DC
(in respect of GND)
maximum voltage at GND
5V DC
(in respect of GND at power supply)
maximum input voltage
at SRAM backup BATT
at analog inputs 0...10V
at analog TINY-TigerTM inputs (on connector J19)
10V DC
30V DC
5.5V DC
Input voltage at any TINY-TigerTM pins
-0.5...5.5V DC
operating temperature with RTC battery
0...60°C
operating temperature without RTC battery
-10...70°C
Do not connect any signal connector of the TP 1000 directly to wires which are outside a
building.
Replace fuses only with fuses which have the same technical characteristics.
10.2 Electrical Specifications
supply voltage U_in
8...30V DC
power consumption at 8...30V:
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 1 and blue LCD
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 2 and blue LCD
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 1 and black LCD
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 2 and black LCD
+ Back light blue LCD
+ Back light black LCD
+ Ethernet EM-03 module
1.49W
1.71W
1.69W
1.92W
1.13W
1.51W
1.02W
+/-230mW
+/-215mW
+/-55mW
+/-70mW
+/-325mW
+/-190mW
+/-320mW
power consumption at 12...24V:
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 1 and blue LCD
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 2 and blue LCD
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 1 and black LCD
TP1000 with TINY-TigerTM 2 and black LCD
+ Back light blue LCD
+ Back light black LCD
+ Ethernet EM-03 module
1.59W
1.79W
1.66W
1.86W
0.93W
1.40W
0.82W
+/-91mW
+/-82mW
+/-21mW
+/-12mW
+/-110mW
+/-56mW
+/-96mW
FUSES:
F1
1AT
recommend operating temperature
0...50°C
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10.3.1 TP1000 Board dimensions
Note: Please keep in mind the dimensions of plugged in connectors when position the TP1000 in your case!
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Note: Please keep in mind the dimensions of plugged in connectors when position the TP1000 in your case!
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11 Order Informations
11.1 Part Number Scheme
TP1000
-
[front panel]
product
name
always
TP1000
X:
no
frontpanel
R:
domed
frontpanel
aluminum
varnished
-
[Computer module
and additional features]
-
T1: TINY-TigerTM 1
Mutitasking Computer
TTI-TCN-4/4
512kB SRAM, 512kB FLASH
serial EEPROM with I2C-Bus
programmable in Tiger-BASICTM
RTC and RAM can be buffered
through the Battery input
connector
[LCD]
¼ VGA display
blue / white
b:
¼ VGA display
black / white
T2B: TINY-TigerTM 2
Mutitasking Computer
TTI-T2CI-8/32-R
1MByte SRAM, 4MByte FLASH
programmable in Tiger-BASICTM
USB client
CAN-BUS
Ethernet module EM03-ETH-P
serial EEPROM with I2C-Bus
Real Time Clock is buffered
with on board Li-battery
RAM can be buffered through
the Battery input connector
F:*1 planar
frontpanel
aluminum
anodized
*1 available on request
Note: See Matrix of Features for preferred products, other variations are available on request.
11.2 Example
TP1000-R-T2B-b
¼ VGA display black / white
TINY-TigerTM 2 Mutitasking Computer type TTI-T2CI-8/32-R with 1MByte SRAM
4MByte FLASH, programmable in Tiger-BASICTM
USB, CAN-BUS, Ethernet serial EEPROM and a battery buffered real time
clock
a domed frontpanel,
Touch Panel Computer type TP1000,
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TP1000-X-T1-b
TP1000-X-T2B-b
TP1000-R-T2B-b
Softline Frontpanel, domed, powder coated, RAL9007
-
-
●
Analog Touchpanel, 120mm x 90mm active area
●
●
●
5.7” ¼ VGA LCD, 320x240 Pixel, black/white
●
●
●
TINY-TigerTM 1, TTI-TCN 4/4, 512kB SRAM, 512kB FLASH
●
-
-
TINY-TigerTM 2, TTI-T2CN 8/32, 1MB SRAM, 4MB FLASH
-
●
●
Fast Boot < 1s
●
●
●
In Field Programmable
●
●
●
Battery Buffered Real Time Clock
-
●
●
Backup Battery Input for SRAM
●
●
●
Ethernet Module EM03-ETH-P
-
●
●
RS232, RS485 / R422
●
●
●
USB Client
-
●
●
CAN-Bus, Version 2.0B, active, 11bit / 29bit Identifier
-
●
●
2x Analog IN, 0...20mA
-
●
●
2x Analog IN, 0...10V
-
●
●
MF2 Keyboard Connector
-
●
●
serial EEPROM, 64 K byte
●
●
●
Internal / External Buzzer
-
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Sound Output
-
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2 Internale / External Control LEDs
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Group Wise Pluggable Terminals / Connectors
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Tiger X-Bus Modules
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Product
Technical Documentation
11.3 Matrix of Features
●: implemented
○: can be plugged in
Note *1: not all signals available
-: not impemented
Other configurations like TP1000 with blue/white LCD are possible. Please don't hesitate to
contact our sales department or our support.
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TP1000
1/4VGA Touchpanel Computer
Version of Product: 1.3
Technical Documentation
12 Document History
Version of
Product
Documentatio Version
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Description / Changes
V000
V1.0 beta preliminary version
V001
V1.0 beta preliminary version, several specifications added
V002
V1.0
preliminary version, Data sheet updated due to a circuit revision
V022
V1.1
preliminary version, Tiger X-Bus change connection
V023
V1.1
preliminary version, Tiger X-Bus 24 bit connection
V024
V1.2
preliminary version, RS485 and RS 422 change pin names
V025
V1.2
preliminary version change L77, L87 high-, mid-byte
V026
V1.3
Add specification of analog inputs and correct specification of RS485
V027
V1.3
Change Font, graphics, add electrical specifications, add drill template
V028
V1.3
Correction of some graphics and tables
V029
V1.3
Correction of some tables
V030
V1.3
Correction of some descriptions
V031
V1.3
Correction of some pin descriptions
V032
V1.3
Correction for serial driver
V033
V1.3
Correction for Tiger X Bus specifications, add specification of power supply
V034
V1.3
New documentation template
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