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CIC-800A
Interface Lab
 
      An interface is a hardware and software data transmission regulator that controls data exchange between the PC and other peripheral devices, including RS-232C, AT-BUS, IDE,SCSI, ISA, PCI, AGP,IrDA, GPIB, USB, IEEE-1394, Wireless etc... 
      Each interface device inherits different specifications such as transmission rate, data format, protocol and applications. Accordingly, learners can familiarize themselves with each kind of interface devices.
      CIC-800A contains multi-purpose interfaces modules, inclusive of serial port (RS-232C), parallel port(Centronics) and universal serial bus (USB2.0) that can be used for various peripheral devices. Add-on modules are available for experiment purpose. The RS-232C and Centronics interface firmware adopt  Atmel’s chipset modules, and use Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 as developing tools. 
      The USB 2.0 interface firmware adopts Cypress’s chipset modules, and uses Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 as developing tools. By learning traditional and popular interfaces, users can reap the benefits.
Additionally, we also provide source codes and execution files for further studying.
- USB Experiments
- RS-232C/Centronics Experiments
Containing protocols of USB 2.0, RS-232C, and Centronics
 *USB Interface
    1. Comply with high speed USB 2.0 specification
    2. Support four transfer types: Isochronous, Bulk, Control, Interrupt
    3. Provide debugging and development environment-Keil C compiler
    4. Directly download firmware via USB interface for supporting software operation and eliminating the  
         requirements of external program memory or Mask ROM
    5. Support  Re Numeration operation to build a predestined endpoint
    6. Use Cypress USB microcontroller CY7C68013-100AC TQFP, compatible with 8051
    7. Operate in stand-alone mode after the application program download (with external power supply)
    8. Provide 8051 40-pin expansion connector for simulating 8051 I/O ports P0, P1 and P2
    9. Provide two UART serial ports (one for Keil C debugger)
  10. Provide 3.3V I/O interface
 *RS-232C and Centronics Interfaces
   The microcontroller AVR8515 features:
    1. Program Memory : 4K x 16 = 8K x 8 of In-System 
        Programmable  (ISP) Flash, 1000 write/erase times
    2. 512 bytes of In-System Programmable EEPROM, 100000 write/erase times
    3. 32 tri-state programmable I/O lines (PA0-PA7, PB0-PB7, PC0-PC7, PD0-PD7)
    4. 32 x 8 general purpose working registers
    5. 512 bytes of SRAM
    6. 2.7 to 6.0 V operating voltages, 0 to 20 MHz fully static operating frequencies
    7. 50 ns instruction cycle at 20 Mhz
    8. One 8-bit timer/counter with separate prescaler
    9. One 16-bit  timer/counter with separate prescaler compare, capture modes
  10. One full duplex UART port
  11. Dual 8-, 9- or 10-bit PWM output
  12. Internal and external interrupt sources
  13. Programmable watchdog timer with on-chip oscillator
  14. On-chip analog comparator
  15. Low-power idle and power down modes
  16. Programming lock for Flash program and EEPROM data security
  17. Large I/O drive current-sink 20mA (max 40mA) and source 10mA at 5V
  18. Master/Slave SPI serial interface
  19. 64K bytes of external SRAM
  20.Program memory can be reprogramed by ISP loader through SPI serial port
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