MCU Gear for mbed
What is "MCU Gear"?
MCU Gear is a programmable digital wiring system.
It can change its wiring dynamically, without the need of rewiring your device.
Your MCU can be connected to a theoretical maximum of 120 devices.
How does it work?
MCU Gear consists of an MCU (RPi, mbed ...etc), an adapter board connecting the MCU to the baseboard, a baseboard, a module board and a function board.
1. The baseboard can determine where the module board is connected.
Each module has a unique address.
You can allot up to 120 addresses.
2. The MCU orders the baseboard to wire the module's pin to the corresponding pin on the MCU's GPIO.
For example; connect the first pin of the MCU to the module's third pin.
The baseboard acts like a digital switch re-routing the signal to its proper location.
Similar to a telephone operator.
3. The MCU instructs the module board to open the module gate, completing the wiring to the function board.
The baseboard can save up to 8 schematics in its memory.
After the baseboard has wired the connection and the module's gate has been opened, it will function at the same speed as a regular circuit.
Smapl program need lib (mbed and textLCD).
Manual Mode and Automatic Mode are available.
Home Page : http://www.mcugear.com/en/ MCU Gear manual mode (circuit quick changer!) You can save 8 schematic(bank 0-7) manually and change it quickly.
This Automatic mode is the most simple lib for MCU Gear. You don't need to think about Bank.
This Automatic mode is the most simple lib for MCU Gear with LPC1114FN28. You don't need to think about Bank.
AD2ch Module library for MCU Gear with LPC1114. It contains wiring data.
DA module library for MCU Gear with LPC1114FN28. This library contains wiring setting function.
Detail ： http://www.mcugear.com/en/
This is old version.
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