- on Test & Measurement
- Published in issue 12/2011 on page 66
USB Data Logger
Store serial data conveniently, safely
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* USB 2.0 compatible
* Supports data rate up to 12 Mbit/s
* Connection to the host: +5 V, GND, ?C-Tx
* A file stored on the memory stick configures the UART
* Open-Source firmware
* Power consumption: +5 V, 50 to 80 mA
The link speed command in the config.txt file should be formatted like:
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R1 = 1kOhm
R2,R4,R5,R6 = 220Ohm
R3 = 5.6kOhm
C1,C2,C7,C8,C9 = 100nF
C3,C6 = 4.7?F 35V radial
C4,C5 = 22pF
D1 = LED, low-current, 3 mm
IC1 = PIC24FJ64GB002-I/SP (programmed, Elektor # 110409-41)
IC2 = LP2950-33LPE3
F1 = resettable fuse, 250 mA hold current, 500 mA trip current (Littlefuse 72R025XPR)
X1 = 12MHz quartz crystal
K1 = USB socket, Type A, PCB mount
K2 = 10-pin (2x5) pinheader, right angled
K3 = 6-pin pinheader
PCB # 110409-1