Hardware pins
#1
Hi,
how will we be able to access all the different Pins on Linux and will we be able to access the different Hardware interfaces in Android?
Away
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#2
(12-30-2015, 02:54 AM)Tremoneck Wrote: Hi,
how will we be able to access all the different Pins on Linux and will we be able to access the different Hardware interfaces in Android?

For hardware pin definition, you can access on the Pine64 wiki page (http://wiki.pine64.org). For the software support, this is an ongoing process. The first release add on board is ZWave add-on card.
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#3
Hi,
Is this an zwave plus board or the regular (old) version?
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#4
(01-30-2016, 03:29 PM)MichaelR64 Wrote: Hi,
Is this an zwave plus board or the regular (old) version?

Kickstarter $59 tier reward states:

"Pledge $59 or more
 2,197 backers
The PINE A64+ IoT Package
You will get the PINE A64 1GB unit along with 8GB MicroSD Pre-Loaded with openHAB software, 802.11N Wifi + Bluetooth 4.0 Module, Z-Wave Plus IO Card, PINE64 Power Supply, and the PINE64 Enclosure. You can upgrade to a 2GB model later for $10."


I can't imagine they'd make both the old and plus boards available, that wouldn't be cost-effective, so the evidence seems to indicate the z-wave modules will be the plus, yes Smile 
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#5
(01-30-2016, 03:29 PM)MichaelR64 Wrote: Hi,
Is this an zwave plus board or the regular (old) version?

Here is the Zwave Plus photo: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/POT#POT...8PMZW01.29
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#6
According to this site http://www.mcpc-jp.org/m2m/M2M_moduel/wml_c85.html the c version used here is the Europe version. I assume there will also be other versions as well for us and jp?
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#7
(02-10-2016, 01:25 PM)MichaelR64 Wrote: According to this site http://www.mcpc-jp.org/m2m/M2M_moduel/wml_c85.html the c version used here is the Europe version. I assume there will also be other versions as well for us and jp?

US version is c85A, and EU version is c85C.
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#8
Is there information on the available power from 3.3V pins on Euler and Pi2 connectors?
Are all these 3.3V pins coming from the same Voltage regulator, if so, what's the max output current?

A better question: when is the schematic going to be available?

Regards,
Inzinjer
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#9
(02-16-2016, 02:37 PM)inzinjer Wrote: Is there information on the available power from 3.3V pins on Euler and Pi2 connectors?
Are all these 3.3V pins coming from the same Voltage regulator, if so, what's the max output current?

A better question: when is the schematic going to be available?

Regards,
Inzinjer

The schematic in PDF format will be available on next week.
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