Monday, September 27, 2010

Now the Schematics and the Eagle Files have been updated into Source Forge. A single non-Isolated 5V CAN Transceiver is used SN65HVD251 with a resistive Level conversion for the 3.3V circuit. Also included is a button for Reset and a dedicated button for the VSCP Init function.
Here is a picture of the current schematics:


Possibly the SD card connector that I use needs to be pictured.
As we can see from the picture only 7 pins are used. The Kosh module also gives provision for this connector only(8th pin in NC). Possibly in the future we can look for a real SD card connector on board. But this trick was real neat so I am following it.
The technique used here is taken from dharmanitech.com's SD card Article.

Let me know your suggestion to make this project Better.

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