Prototype board with two 5-pin terminal block connectors, two iMOD sockets, three LEDs, fully assembled.
This is an assembled prototyping board for the SBC66 line of PIC24 boards. The SBC66 mounts onto it via the daughterboard connector on the SBC66. (SBC66 board is not included.) All port pins of the SBC66 board are marked clearly on the prototyping area. This board also has two ports for adding iMod Modules.
The picture below shows this board with an SBC66EC plugged into it.
SBC66 Prototyping Board Features
- Two 5-pin, 3.81mm terminal block connectors.
- Two red LEDs and one green LED.
- Reset and Firmware buttons. If Firmware button is held during reset (power on), board will enter bootloader mode. In this mode, firmware can be upgraded via the Netcruzer USB Bootloader.
- Two iMod ports for adding iMod Modules. For example, you can add RS232, RS485, 1-Wire or other iMod modules.
- Can be mounted in the ENC2015S-NZ enclosure.
iMod Ports This board has two ports for the adding of plug-and-play iMod Modules. Modules of the following pin widths can be connected to the ports:
Note that 1.1" modules are not supported by this board.
- iMod Port 1 supports a 0.7" or 0.9" module.
- iMod Port 2 supports a 0.6" or 0.7" module.
- Ports 1 and 2 together support a 1.6" or 1.8" module.
Download User Manual and Schematics (this actually is for the similar PT66EI-24P which has more I/O terminals and more LEDs)
Download Schematics and PCB Layout Files for Eagle (again, actually for the PT66EI-24P)
Enclosure Option It is necessary to have an SBC66 mainboard connected to this board, then together they can fit optionally into a modified RM2015S enclosure, called ENC2015S-NZ.