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== Introduction to the 68HC11 ==
== interesting links ==
== interesting links ==

Revision as of 09:07, 30 March 2009






  • BSP
  • app
  • 68hc11 cross compiler build
  • buffalo
  • etc

Introduction to the 68HC11


interesting links




   * Compact "DX" form factor (2.8" x 2.1")
   * Works with any 68HC11 E series microcontroller
   * 9.8304 MHz crystal
   * 32K EEPROM
   * 512 bytes internal RAM (on MCUs)
   * Hardware Write Protect switch for EEPROM
   * Design incorporates 68HC24 port replacement unit (PRU) for full 68HC11 port compatibility
   * 26 general purpose I/O lines (including 3 input captures and 5 output compares)
   * Pulse accumulator, hardware timer, real-time interrupt, watchdog, 2 hardware interrupts
   * 8 channel 8-bit analog-to-digital converter
   * Serial peripheral interface (SPI) port offers virtually unlimited expansion
   * Serial Communications Interface (SCI) port, with programmable baud rate up to 38,400
   * RS-232 serial port, utilizing on-chip SCI (4-pin connector)
   * SCI compatible with MIDI and RS485/RS422
   * On-board reset circuit and button, 5V regulator, and RS232 interface
   * Low power requirements (45 mA nominal; much less in STOP mode)
   * All port pins are brought out to standard 50-pin connector pattern
   * Virtual plug-in interchangeability with all Adapt11 family boards
   * 11 connector options for the ultimate in modular design capabilities
   * Use programming language of your choice: C, BASIC, assembler, etc.
   * Compatible with JBug11 and PCBug11 debug/monitor programs
   * Easy program-loading via MicroLoad, JBug11, PCBug11, ICC11, etc.
   * Compatible with BASIC11 Compiler/Simulator/Debugger/Terminal IDE for Windows
   * Low cost-- ideal for educational and embedded applications
   * Many accessories available