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PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
16-01-2013, 11:32 PM, (This post was last modified: 16-01-2013, 11:39 PM by jumpjack.)
#1
PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
This pin layout from WIKI is totally wrong!
http://wiki.pinguino.cc/images/9/9d/Pic3...ctions.JPG

Where do I find right pinout for my PCI32-PINGUJNO-MICRO Rev. B?

Also, an Arduino-PinguinoMicro crossreference table would be nice.

Or at leaste somewhere to read how I access a pin named for example OC5/IC5/PMWR/CN13/RD4
Is it pin 5, 13 or 4?!?
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17-01-2013, 07:54 AM,
#2
RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
Hi


???????
Is not wrong, the problem (is not a real problem) is which the pins are MultiPourpose and their behaviour depend on how you use them.

The image show the use how Digital IO which is the easiest way to use it, in this case the pin number is 13.

If you want to use them in different ways, you have to study a little documentation of the PIC.


In effect there is a mistake in the drawing, Pin 1.19 and 2.19 have the same label +5V but is not true.
PIN 1.19 is +5V-EXT is an input where apply an external power supply.
PIN 2.19 is +5V-USB is an output which is short circuit protected.


Bye Bye, Moreno
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17-01-2013, 10:58 AM,
#3
RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
Look in the source code for pinmask etc.

Or: there's a good XREF file for the OTG. You could check that and then also check how the Micro differs, if it does, in a specific pin.

If anyone really cared how the pins etc relate to Arduino I think they'd have already made the thing you mention...

John
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17-01-2013, 12:06 PM,
#4
RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
image IS wrong, as components positions do not match with my board!
don't know if they moved components but kept same connections.
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17-01-2013, 05:32 PM,
#5
RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
Hi jumpjack,

I agree that the layout in the schematic you reference in your Post: #1 above does not accurately reflect the physical layout of the board, but I suspect that was not the intention of the person who made it. I think that the layout was driven by the need to fit in the various labels etc rather than accurately matching the physical layout.

Also the P numbers (P0 - P31) are the "pin" numbers used within the Pinguino IDE not the physical pin numbers.

To answer your specific question, from the Olimex PIC32-PINGUINO-MICRO_Rev_B schematic OC5/IC5/PMWR/CN13/RD4 (PIC32MX440F256H pin 52) is physically connected to CON2-3. Assuming that the detail of the schematic you reference in your Post: #1 is correct (I have not had time to check) then the RD4 output is referred to within the Pinguino IDE as P13

One thing to be careful with this specific connection is that it is linked via an onboard jumper (BUT_J) to OC1/INT0/RD0 ((PIC32MX440F256H pin 46) and the user push button BUT.

Hope this helps.
Board = PIC32-Pinguino-OTG Rev C
OS = Linux Unbuntu 11.10 till 26 Apr 2012
OS = Linux Unbuntu 12:04 from 27 Apr 2012
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18-01-2013, 12:05 AM,
#6
RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
I don't understand why I had to spend 2 hours preparing this table by myself rather than finding it in the manual, anyway here it is:

[Image: pic32-pinguino-micro-pinout.jpg]

Reduced version:
[Image: pic32-pinguino-micro-pinout-minimal.jpg]

Matches with:
[Image: Pic32_Pinguino_Micro_Connections.JPG]

In last picture, "Pxx" means "IDE pin xx".

Actually my tables still lack something... but it's enough for my needs, I don't want to spend one minute more on them.
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16-07-2013, 10:53 PM,
#7
RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
Many thanks for your work, jumpjack. Its very useful for me and others. But it would be still more useful with more infos in the row "signal /use". Can you attach an editable file of the table, so i or somebody else can fill the lacks and put it here again.
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17-07-2013, 01:06 PM,
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RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
It would be more helpful if someone with the relevant board actually UPDATED the Wiki so that it's correct in future for everyone else. (I don't have the Olimex board or I'd do it. I updated the table for the PIC18F26J50 board which I do have.)
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27-07-2013, 07:50 PM,
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RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
(17-07-2013, 01:06 PM)Pinguino Wrote: It would be more helpful if someone with the relevant board actually UPDATED the Wiki so that it's correct in future for everyone else. (I don't have the Olimex board or I'd do it. I updated the table for the PIC18F26J50 board which I do have.)

I don't care, if the info is to be found in wiki or forum or both, but to work on it is much more easier with an editable file (.xls,.odt or .svg) than messing around with such like .jpg.
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28-07-2013, 04:26 PM,
#10
RE: PIC32 PINGUINO MICRO pinout
Mark and I did the equivalent for the Pinguino32-OTG and it's editable AFAIK.
yes, a JPG is not terribly editable.

John
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