Hardware

Most current information

You can find the most current information about the Odessa module at
http://www.grodansparadis.com/odessa/odessa.html. On the site you can also find links to the latest firmware, drivers and schematics etc for its use.

The raw facts

Parameter Value
Current hardware reversion A
Current firmware version 1.0.0
Supply voltage +9-+28 VDC
PCB Size 42mm x 72mm
Power requirements 0.1W
Communication: CAN4VSCP (CAN) 125 kbps

Schematics

Schematics: Rev A (click picture to enlarge)

Connectors

Zeus expansion interface

Pin Description Odessa(PIC18F26K80) pin
1 Ground Ground
2 Ground Ground
3 TX, Serial output from processor. RC7/CANRX/RX1/DT1/CCP4
4 RX, Serial input to processor. RC6/CANTX/TX1/CK1/CCP3
5 SCK - SPI or I2C clock RC3/REFO/SCL/SCK
6 MISO - SPI data in to processor. RC4/SDA/SDI
7 MOSI - SPI data our from processor. RC5/SDO
8 AN0 - Analog input 0 RA0/CVREF/AN0/ULPWU
9 AN1 - Analog input 1 RA1/AN1
10 AN2 - Analog input 2 RA2/VREF-/AN2
11 AN3 - Analog input 3 RA3/VREF+/AN3
12 AN4 - Analog input 4 RA5/AN4/C2INB/HLVDIN/T1CKI/SS/CTMUI
13 I/O 0 - Input/Output 0 No connect
14 RESET MCLR
15 I/O 2 - Input/Output 2 RB4/AN9/C2INA/ECCP1/P1A/CTPLS/KBI0
16 I/O 1 - Input/Output 1 RC2/T1G/CCP2
17 INT1 - Interrupt 1 (low flank) RB1/AN8/C1INB/P1B/CTDIN/INT1
18 INT0 - Interrupt 0 (low flank) RB0/AN10/C1INA/FLT0/INT0
19 I/O 4 - Input/Output 4 RB6/PGC/TX2/CK2/KBI2
20 I/O 3 - Input/Output 3 RB5/T0CKI/T3CKI/CCP5/KBI1
21 Vin - +9V - +28V Vin
22 Vin - +9V - +28V Vin
23 +3.3V +3.3V (+5V on 5V version)
24 +3.3V +3.3V (+5V on 5V version)

:!: Note that the 5V version is not compatible with the Zeus expansion interface (ZEI) and should not be used with expansion boards built for this interface.

RJ-XX pin-out

The unit is powered over the CAN4VSCP bus. The CAN4VSCP normally uses CAT5 or better twisted pair cable. You can use other cables if you which. The important thing is that the CANH and CANL signals uses a twisted cable. For connectors you can use RJ10, RJ11, RJ12 or the most common RJ45 connectors.

Recommended connector is RJ-34/RJ-12 or RJ-11 with pin out as in this table.

Pin Use RJ-11 RJ-12 RJ-45 Patch Cable wire color T568B
1 +9-28V DC RJ-45 Orange/White
2 1 +9-28V DC RJ-12 RJ-45 Orange
3 2 1 +9-28V DC RJ-11 RJ-12 RJ-45 Green/White
4 3 2 CANH RJ-11 RJ-12 RJ-45 Blue
5 4 3 CANL RJ-11 RJ-12 RJ-45 Blue/White
6 5 4 GND RJ-11 RJ-12 RJ-45 Green
7 6 GND RJ-12 RJ-45 Brown/White
8 GND RJ-45 Brown

RJ-11/12/45 pin-out RJ-11/12/45 pin-out

:!: Always use a pair of twisted wires for CANH/CANL for best noise immunity. If the EIA/TIA 56B standard is used this condition will be satisfied. This is good as most Ethernet networks already is wired this way.

Inter module connector

The inter module connector can be used to connect modules that are physically close to each other together in an easy way. Remember that the minimum length of a connection cable is 30 cm.

Pin Description
1 Power from CAN4VSCP bus
2 CANH
3 CANL
4 GND


PIC programming Connector

pin Description
1 Reset
2 VCC
3 GND
4 PGD (RX of second serial port is here to)
5 PGC (TX of second serial port is here to)
6 LWPGM


Functionality of the status LED

The LED is used to indicate the status of the module. It will light steady when the firmware is running and will blink when the module is in the nickname discovery process.

LED Description
Steady No error. Firmware running.
Blinking Module is going through the nickname discovery process.

CAN

CAN4VSCP is a CAN based bus running at 125 kbps with the addition of DC power. If you are interested in how CAN works you have a pretty good intro here.

CAN is known to be robust and is there for used in vehicles and in the industry.




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