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Advanced module created on the basis ofArduino Yunallows to program and control the device wirelessly through WiFi network. It is based on two microcontrollers:
- Atheros AR9331with MIPS 400 MHz architecture with Linux, which controls WiFi, Ethernet and USB connection.
- ATmega32u4- equipped with 20 digital inputs/outputs, 7 of which can be used as PWM outputs (e.g. for controlling motors) and 12 as analogue inputs. The system is clocked with a 16 MHz clock signal, has 32 kB of Flash memory and 2.5 kB of SRAM memory.
Arduino Industrial 101 does not have solderable joints, however, they are available in a self-assembly kit. The user decides which sockets he needs, so he can keep the smaller dimensions of the board.
Below we present some features that distinguish Arduino modules from other programmable tiles.
|Thanks to the installed bootloader, the appropriatemicroUSB cable andsoftware from the manufacturer is sufficient to program the device.|
|Arduino Industrial can easily, wirelessly, via WiFi network, program, configure or change and read output states.|
|This version has an Ethernet controller on GPIO pins.|
|The layout of connectors enables installation of dedicatedArduino Shieldcovers.|
|20 digital inputs/outputs enable, among others, to control LEDs, relays and read button states.|
|The maximum current capacity of a single output is 40 mA.|
|7 PWM outputs allow e.g. for motor control and diode brightness adjustment.|
|The 12 inputs of the built-in 10-bit analogue-to-digital converter support, among others, sensors with analogue output.|
|The device supports popular communication interfaces, among others: UART, I2C and SPI and USB.|
|Special functions||Some pins have special functions, a brief description of which is available in our guide.|
The socket .
|The board has a built-in USB controller, which is connected to a USB type A computer socket.|
5 V power supply
|You can usea5Vpower supply unitwith microUSB connector to power Arduino.|
|You can power the board from your computer viathe microUSB cable,whilekeeping in mindthat the maximum current capacity of the USB port is 500 mA. Arduino has a system that protects the socket against short circuit and too high current flow.|
The connector .
|The module has ICSP outputs to connect an externalAVR programmer.|
|The IOREF pin allows for direct access to the voltage with which the I/O outputs work.|
|The connected LED on pin 13 allows debugging of simple programs.|
|The built-in voltage regulator enables external devices to be supplied with 3.3 V with current consumption of up to 50 mA.|
ArduinoIndustrial 101 - distribution of elements on the board.
- Power supply voltage: 5 V from microUSB port
- AVR Microcontroller: ATmega32u4
- Maximum clock frequency: 16 MHz
- SRAM: 2.5 kB
- Flash memory: 32 kB (4 kB reserved for bootloader)
- EEPROM memory: 1 kB
- Ports I/O: 20
- PWM outputs: 7
- Number of analog inputs: 12 (A/C converter channels with 10 bits resolution)
- Serial interfaces: UART, SPI, I2C
- External interruptions
- Linux processor: AtherosAR9331
- Architecture: MIPS400 MHz
- Power supply voltage: 3,3 V
- Ethernet IEEE 802.3 10/100 Mbit/s
- IEEE 802.11b/g/n WiFi
- RAM: 64 MB DDR2
- Flash memory: 16 MB
- USB socket Type-A 2.0
Programming Arduino Industrial 101 is as simple as other modules in this family. Just download and install Arduino IDE from the manufacturer's website and then select Arduino Industrial 101 from the tool menu. ATmega32u4 can also be programmed using ICSP connector viaAVRprogrammer, like UBSasp.
Modern technology that easily allows Arduino tiles to communicate with the outside world IoT. The library aims to simplify the connection between ATmega32u4 and Linux Linino.
A diagram of the Arduino Ciao library.