Friday, April 15, 2011

68HC11 EVBpluss V3 code name Husky11

The 68HC11 EVBpluss V3 code name Husky11-USB board is very similar to the original Motorola EVB board in terms of the PCB component layout, thus allowing a smooth transition for upgrading the old EVB board. All users’ EVB/EVBU/EVBU2 add-on boards can also be used without any modifications. A small solderless breadboard allows quick prototyping of user’s additional circuits.
68HC11 EVB V3 codename ''HUSKY11''

Husky11 features:

USB interface based on the flawless FT232RL for all Windows O/S
On-board RGB piranha color LED
On-board 4 X 4 keypad
Speaker driven by timer, or DAC for alarm, voice and music applications
DPDT form C relay
Temperature sensor for home automation applications
Light sensor for home automation applications
Dual H-Bridge for controlling two DC motors or one Stepper motor
Four robot servo outputs with a terminal block for external 5V
Dual 10-bit DAC for testing SPI interface and generating analog waveforms
Real Time Clock DS1302 with battery
Free 9V 1A switching power supply AC adapter for US and Canadian orders
68HC11E1 with on-board 32K RAM and 32K EEPROM
RS485 communication port with terminal block for daisy chaining
On-board 16X2 LCD display module with LED backlight and it can be replaced by any size of LCD display module via a 16 pin cable assembly
On-board 4 digit seven segment display module
Dual serial ports, 68HC11’s SCI is available for user application programs
Eight LEDs connected to port B
An 8 position DIP switch connected to port C
Four push button switches connected to PC0, PC1, PC2 and PA0
On-board IR transceiver with built-in crystal frequency based 38KHz digital oscillator
On-board speaker for music applications
On-board potentiometer trimmer pot for analog input
68HC24 port replacement unit for port B and C in real time single chip emulation
Additional 16 I/O lines provided by a 65C22 VIA for keypad and LCD applications
30K on-board RAM from $8800 to $FFFF for user code
All on-chip RAM $00-$1FF, and 512 bytes of EEPROM available for user program
All I/O pins of the 68HC11 available to user program, including PE0 and PA3
Installed with BUFFALO 4.0 monitor. This allows professors to avoid changing teaching material if using the board in BUFFALO monitor mode, since all programs for EVB/EVBU/EVBU2 boards can run with identical memory maps
Debugging features
of Wytec phantom monitor
Built-in LCD driver software in firmware
Works as a WICE emulator without hardware breakpoint features
Read internal ROM code of the 68HC711E9 and disassemble it for reverse engineering
38.4K baud for fast file download, 4 time faster than a BUFFALO monitor based board
Eight breakpoints
Data watch for memory and registers
User-friendly and interactive 68HC11 online assembler
Display 68HC11 internal registers and control bit assignment map using standard Motorola labels
Symbolic debugging compatibility with most assemblers and compilers, including Motorola 68HC11 assembler freeware
Exit a user program with key - even if the program is hung
Phantom Monitor technology preserves all user interrupt vectors, including RESET - an EVBplus exclusive
Logic probe with LED indicator
Fast SPI expansion port scans 10,000 I/O devices per second
Auto start user program after power on
40 pin Motorola EVM compatible bus signal connector for logic analyzer
60 pin EVB/EVBU/EVBU2 compatible male header and female socket connector for user I/O boards and fast prototyping with the on-board solderless breadboard
Ability to run all sample programs in the following books:
"Etcheverry’s Introduction to the 68HC11 Lab Manual" by Fred Etcheverry
"The 68HC11 Microcontroller" by Professor Joseph D. Greenfield
"MC68HC11 An Introduction Software and Hardware Interface" by Professor Han-Way Huang
"Microcomputer Engineering" by Professor Gene H. Miller
"Using the M68HC11 microcontroller: A guide to interface and programming" by Professor John C. Skroder
"Microcontroller Technology: The 68HC11" by Professor Peter Spasov
Package also includes useful software:
Fully debugged 68HC11 program examples including source code
Example program that simultaneously scans keypad, plays a song, multiplexes seven segment display, changes display brightness by adjusting trimmer pot and detects object by using IR transceiver as a proximity sensor
Eric Engler’s AsmIDE software
Includes Solderless breadboard.
Large size PC board: 8.5" X 5.4"
USB cable for connecting to a PC USB port

Example applications:

EVM, EVS replacement
68HC11 Trainer for students
68HC11 prototype platform for engineers
Single Chip Real Time Emulation for the 68HC711E9, E20
68HC11 SBC, Single Board Computer
Robot Applications
Home Automation via X10 or RS485 interface
Home Security System
Fingerprint Access Control
Electronic Voting Machine via RS485 interface
Personal Alarm Clock
Personal Weather Station
Voice Processing Applications ( Voice Recorder and Voice Recognition System )
Industrial control and Instrumentation Applications
Metal Detector and Ultrasonic Motion Detector Applications
Eight Channel Christmas Light Chaser
DC Motor Speed Control
Stepper Motor Control
Telephone DTMF tone Remote Control
Infrared Remote Control
RF wireless Remote Control System with external RF transceiver module