16C57 Eprom/rom-based 8-bit CMOS Microcontroller Series. bit wide instructions 8-bit wide data path Seven or eight special function hardware registers. 16C57 Datasheet PDF Download – PIC16C57, 16C57 data sheet. 16C57 are available at Mouser Electronics. Mouser offers inventory, pricing, & datasheets for 16C
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Not sure how exactly you would handle interrupts efficiently for that datawheet though There is also an migration document available. An FPGA would be an interesting tool to play with in conjunction with a reprap and algorithm development but it would be an extra complexity and cost for the mainstream design Would you like to change anything? This discussion is worth having a look at as there is a bunch going off on using RepRap to leverage Surface mount technology.
You can have a peripheral that does exactly what you want, how you want it, specifically targeted to the application. Or do you have any interesting comments? Arduino Robotics Lonnie Honeycutt. If we want more than 3 axis simultaneous synchronized control, and you should count feedstock control multiples in the case of multiples heads and heater control as axes each.
Andy, you datasbeet a point I looked up spartan arm cortex and got this: You will probably find the devices have better resolution and capture times. The customer can take full. My profile Basic information Newsletter. Annirak, No, I didn’t notice that. Cookies help us provide services.
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That could be done on a dallas 1-wire bus anyway. It’s inconvenient, but not the end of the world. If done, then you can automate all the timing and logic parts of the stepper motor control, PWM control, monitor encoders with built in debounce, and, of course, you get way more pins.
Have you considered a CPLD? If you want more happening in parallel you have to have either more processors, or dedicated subsystems or both. It is standard practice at these complexity levels to go through several revisions.
The PIC16C5X products are supported by a full fea- tured macro assembler, a software simulator, an in-cir- cuit emulator, a low cost development programmer and a full featured programmer. There’s a novelty if ever there was one. One device select in, selects the MUX and sets the address that the second device select will refer to.
As SPI is fairly simple gate count wise and the addresing for the Device select out is a simple binary to one of X decoder this should be dead easy. FPGA’s are terrible at mixed-signal support. Rather than going for restricted proprietary IP and limited distribution cores do a search on the Datashete Cores Project.
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Either more peripherals or cleverer peripherals. No problem to do 4MHz clock. Must admit though as we are currently running avr code I really wasn’t that interested in the Arm datasheet, just the AVR core and the servo controler cores. You only need to describe the error or your comment and provide your contact details.
I’ve just wikied CPLDs, having not remembered exactly what they are capable of, and I agree with you, they look ideal for the job. I am more likely to go with a second processing core or more as a performance enhancer before changing the type.
Create free account Forgot password? It catasheet means that one set of hardware can have differing personalities, for example the same logic board could run servo motors with one set of add on drivers or steppers with a different set of add on drivers all with just a code change. Report a bug Compared products 0. Then, the L are being daatsheet currently to reduce the pin count, and to simplify current control. It may be possible to build one. We will need quite a lot more than we have got.
Can it be used to program the devices on the board since it’s not entirely obvious? But please don’t ask me for a link. Xilinx also do the Spartan 3A range which can run from only 2 supply rails – making your board a little easier. Use the right tool for the right job, that’s what I say.
It has no ADC though. As viktor proposed in the first place. So may well have missed something.