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Revision as of 11:11, 9 December 2013

Descriptions

Picture Coming Soon The PWM Cape provides 32 channels of PWM output, addressed over an I2C interface. The three pin connectors are wired in a standard servo pinout, and power to the connectors can be provided from a screw terminal block on the end of the board.

Revision Changes

Revision A1

Initial release of PWM Cape.

Software Support & Compatibility

The PWM Cape is addressed via I2C. Pullups to the I2C bus are provided on the board.


Specifications

Followings are some specifications of the PWM Cape:

Mechanical Specifications

Size 2.15" x 2.825"
Layers 2
PCB Thickness .062"
RoHS Compliant Yes



Signal Usage

MiniDisplay Cape
Power VDD_3V3
GND
I2C I2C1_SCL
I2C1_SDA
GPIO GPIO1_17
GPIO3_19

Distributors

Please visit Where To Buy for a list of distributors who carry BeagleBoardToys' capes.



Product Images

Coming Soon



Documentations

PWM Cape Revision A1

Coming soon.