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June 01, 2010, at 11:56 AM by Equipo Traduccion -
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In order to test the USB chip, solder the components that support it to the board next. They are as follows:

  • R2, 10Kohms (brown-black-orange-gold)
  • R3, 27 ohms (red-purple-black-gold)
  • R4, 27 ohms (red-purple-black-gold)
  • R5, 1.5Kohms (1K5) (brown-green-red-gold)
  • R6, 470 ohms (yellow-purple-brown-gold)
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Para poder probar el shicp USB, soldar los componentes siguientes que le dan soporte al mismo en la placa:

  • R2, 10Kohms (marrón-negro-naranja-oro)
  • R3, 27 ohms (rojo-morado-negro-oro)
  • R4, 27 ohms (rojo-morado-negro-oro)
  • R5, 1.5Kohms (1K5) (marrón-verde-rojo-oro)
  • R6, 470 ohms (amarillo-morado-marrón-oro)
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  • X1, USB connector
  • R8, 220 ohms (red-red-brown-gold)
  • PWR_LED (make sure long end goes to + hole)
  • SV1, 3 pin header (make sure they are perpendicular to the board)
  • OSC, 6MHz oscillator, 3-pin

After soldering these parts, your board will look like this:

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  • X1, conector USB
  • R8, 220 ohms (rojo-rojo-marrón-oro)
  • PWR_LED (asegurarse de que el extremo largo va en el orificio +)
  • SV1, conector de 3 pines (asegurarse de que está perpendicular a la placa)
  • OSC, cristal de 6MHz , 3-pines

Después de soldar estos componentes, tu placa se verá así:

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Now you can test to see if the chip works (partially). Install the FTDI FT232BM USB drivers on your computer, and put the shorting block across the two header pins of SV1 closest to the USB connector. This will allow the board to draw power from the USB connection. Plug your board into a USB port of your computer. The LED should light up. When you open Arduino and check the serial port list, you should have a new serial port. On OSX, it's called "USBserial-" followed by a hexadecimal number.

Once that's done, you're ready to solder the rest of the components.

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Ahora puedes probar si el chip funciona (parcialmente). Instala el driver USB FTDI FT232BM en tu ordenador, y pon el bloque de puenteo en los dos pines de SV1 cercanos a el conector USB. Esto permitirá a la placa tomar energía de la conexión USB. Conecta la placa al puerto USB del ordenador. El LED debería iluminarse. Cuando abras la aplicación Arduino y compruebes los puertos serie deberías ver el nuevo puerto serie. En OSX se llama "USBserial-" seguido por un número hexadecimal.

Una vez que esto esté hecho estás listo para soldar el resto de los componentes.

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November 09, 2005, at 02:50 PM by 128.122.151.128 -
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  • OSC, 6MHz oscillator, 3-pin
November 09, 2005, at 02:44 PM by 128.122.151.128 -
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  • R2, 10Kohms
  • R3, 27 ohms
  • R4, 27 ohms
  • R5, 1.5Kohms (1K5)
  • R6, 470 ohms
  • C4, 100nF (0.1uF)
  • C8, 100nF (0.1uF)
  • C9, 100nF (0.1uF)
  • X1, USB connector
  • R8, 220 ohms
  • PWR_LED
  • SV1, 3 pin header
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  • R2, 10Kohms (brown-black-orange-gold)
  • R3, 27 ohms (red-purple-black-gold)
  • R4, 27 ohms (red-purple-black-gold)
  • R5, 1.5Kohms (1K5) (brown-green-red-gold)
  • R6, 470 ohms (yellow-purple-brown-gold)
  • C4, 100nF (0.1uF) (104)
  • C8, 100nF (0.1uF) (104)
  • C9, 100nF (0.1uF) (104)
  • X1, USB connector
  • R8, 220 ohms (red-red-brown-gold)
  • PWR_LED (make sure long end goes to + hole)
  • SV1, 3 pin header (make sure they are perpendicular to the board)

After soldering these parts, your board will look like this:

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Now you can test to see if the chip works (partially). Install the FTDI FT232BM USB drivers on your computer, and put the shorting block across the two header pins of SV1 closest to the USB connector. This will allow the board to draw power from the USB connection. Plug your board into a USB port of your computer. The LED should light up. When you open Arduino and check the serial port list, you should have a new serial port. On OSX, it's called "USBserial-" followed by a hexadecimal number.

Once that's done, you're ready to solder the rest of the components.

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November 09, 2005, at 02:35 PM by 128.122.151.128 -
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In order to test the USB chip, solder the components that support it to the board next. They are as follows:

  • R2, 10Kohms
  • R3, 27 ohms
  • R4, 27 ohms
  • R5, 1.5Kohms (1K5)
  • R6, 470 ohms
  • C4, 100nF (0.1uF)
  • C8, 100nF (0.1uF)
  • C9, 100nF (0.1uF)
  • X1, USB connector
  • R8, 220 ohms
  • PWR_LED
  • SV1, 3 pin header

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