BN1201 Universal Application Specific Add-on Card Kit for Banyan Industrial Application Servers

BN1201 Universal Application Specific Add-on Card Kit
for Banyan Industrial Application Servers

Expand and extend the functionality of BN150 Banyan Industrial Application Servers




BN1201 Universal Application Specific Add-on Card Kit provides simple, convenient, and quick ways for users' specific needs. Users can develop and design circuit on this card to expand and extend the functions of BN150 Industrial Application Server. Unlike the other development boards, BN1201 Universal Application Specific Add-on Card is designed and planned to be suitable for the softwares, hardwares and structures of BN150 Industrial Application Server. It has 63 multi-mode signal lines connected to the main board of BN150 and users can change the mode of each signal freely based on their needs. It has 24 signal lines connected to the DB-9 and DB-15 connectors of BN150. This card provides 201 plated-through holes which is available for users to design circuit and put components on it. Users can use a BN1201 Universal Application Specific Add-on Card as a BN150 Specific Add-on Card if their function requirements are simple. If users need to make a BN150 Specific Add-on Card fully functional, they can test and verify the desired extended functions of hardwares and softwares in advance using BN1201 Universal Application Specific Add-on Card.


Product Features

Expand and extend the functions of hardwares and softwares for Banyan Industrial Application Server

Universal Add-on Card has 88 pins to satisfy users' needs. Signals, such as external sensor or output/input signals, etc., can be transmitted into a Universal Add-on Card via DB-15 and DB-9 connectors. Users can design customized circuits and related softwares for sending the signals into the main board of BN150. The customized design of a Universal Add-on Card makes BN150 Banyan industrial application server extend its functionality significantly.


Via ASAC-9 (DB-9) and ASAC-15 (DB-15) connectors, there are 24 signal lines in total (ground line is included) connected to external in order to satisfy users' various needs for output/input, digital/analog control and sensor devices

On the one hand, ASAC-9 (DB-9) is propitious to transmit digital signals; on the other hand, since ASAC-15 (DB-15) has special design of line isolation, it is propitious to transmit both analog and digital signals. Users can design for transmitting the signals of the external sensors and output/input into a Universal Add-on Card via DB-9 and DB-15 connectors in accordance with demand. Users also can design the circuit and related softwares for transmitting signals into the main board of BN150.


There are 63 signal lines (included power and ground line) in total connected to the main board. Users can define the usages of the signal lines freely using softwares

Through the 63 signal lines, there are many choices for users based on their desired design and selections. Although the signal lines have a default design which can be modified according to the users' needs.


There are 201 2.54mm plated-through holes in total leading to a easy DIY welding

Universal Add-on Card has 201 plated-through holes for users to choose and put components on it to satisfy their needs. The space of 2.54mm around plated-through holes makes user easy to do DIY welding.


A complete DIY package including DB-9, DB-15 connectors and 9, 16 conductor cables (L: 1m) will save user's time

This kit includes DB-9, DB-15 connectors, two DSUB plastic hoods, and 9, 16 conductor cables (L: 1m). There is no need for users to spend time for searching suitable cables, connectors, or hoods. All materials are fully prepared.。


A full and complete description sheet and many examples for users to design easily


Product Descriptions

The front and back views of Universal Application Specific Add-on Card

BN1201 Universal Application Specific Add-on Card has 201 plated-through holes and 88 multi-function pins; however, its size is as small as a credit card.


The tables of pinout

There are 3 male headers: J3, J8, and J4; each pin has at most 8 modes. The cells marked as light yellow in the following table shows each pin's system default mode and users can switch each pin's mode by themselves.

Expansion Header J3 Pinout

PIN PROC MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 MODE4 MODE5 MODE6 MODE7
1,2 VDD
3 A10 nRESETIN_OUT
4 A15 xdma_event_intr0 timer4_mux1 clkout1 spi1_cs1_mux2 pr1_pru1_pru_r31[16] EMU2_mux0 gpio0[19]
5 A17 spi0_sclk uart2_rxd_mux3 I2C2_SDA_mux2 ehrpwm0A_mux1 pr1_uart0_cts_n_mux0 pr1_edio_sof EMU2_mux1 gpio0[2]
6 D14 xdma_event_intr1 tclkin clkout2 timer7_mux1 pr1_pru0_pru_r31[16] EMU3_mux0 gpio0[20]
7 B17 spi0_d0 uart2_txd_mux3 I2C2_SCL_mux2 ehrpwm0B_mux1 pr1_uart0_rts_n_mux0 pr1_edio_latch_in EMU3_mux1 gpio0[3]
8 R5 lcd_hsync gpmc_a9_mux1 gpmc_a2_mux2 pr1_edio_data_in3 pr1_edio_data_out3 pr1_pru1_pru_r30[9] pr1_pru1_pru_r31[9] gpio2[23]
9 B6 AIN0
10 R6 lcd_ac_bias_en gpmc_a11_mux1 pr1_mii1_crs_mux1 pr1_edio_data_in5 pr1_edio_data_out5 pr1_pru1_pru_r30[11] pr1_pru1_pru_r31[11] gpio2[25]
11 C7 AIN1
12 A16 spi0_cs0 mmc2_sdwp_mux0 I2C1_SCL_mux3 ehrpwm0_synci_mux1 pr1_uart0_txd_mux0 pr1_edio_data_in1 pr1_edio_data_out1 gpio0[5]
13 B7 AIN2
14 B16 spi0_d1 mmc1_sdwp_mux0 I2C1_SDA_mux3 ehrpwm0_tripzone_input_mux1 pr1_uart0_rxd_mux0 pr1_edio_data_in0 pr1_edio_data_out0 gpio0[4]
15 A7 AIN3
16 DSUB15_11
17 C8 AIN4
18 DSUB15_6
19 A8 GND
20 DSUB15_11
21 A8 AIN6
22 DSUB15_12
23 A8 GND
24 GND
PIN PROC MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 MODE4 MODE5 MODE6 MODE7


Expansion Header J8 Pinout

接腳配置表>

接腳配置表

PIN PROC MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 MODE4 MODE5 MODE6 MODE7
1 NC NC
2 GND
3 U1 lcd_data8 gpmc_a12 ehrpwm1_tripzone_input_mux0 mcasp0_aclkx_mux1 uart5_txd_mux2 pr1_mii0_rxd3 uart2_ctsn_mux1 gpio2[14]
4 DSUB15_7
5 U2 lcd_data9 gpmc_a13 ehrpwm0_synco_mux0 mcasp0_fsx_mux1 uart5_rxd_mux2 pr1_mii0_rxd2 uart2_rtsn_mux1 gpio2[15]
6 DSUB15_2
7 H16 gmii1_col rmii2_refclk spi1_sclk_mux1 uart5_rxd_mux0 mcasp1_axr2_mux1 mmc2_dat3_mux2 mcasp0_axr2_mux4 gpio3[0]
8 DSUB15_13
9 H18 rmii1_refclk xdma_event_intr2_mux0 spi1_cs0_mux1 uart5_txd_mux0 mcasp1_axr3_mux1 mmc0_pow_mux0 mcasp1_ahclkx_mux1 gpio0[29]
10 DSUB15_8
11 U3 lcd_data10 gpmc_a14 ehrpwm1A_mux0 mcasp0_axr0_mux1 pr1_mii0_rxd1 uart3_ctsn_mux1 gpio2[16]
12 DSUB15_3
13 U4 lcd_data11 gpmc_a15 ehrpwm1B_mux0 mcasp0_ahclkr_mux1 mcasp0_axr2_mux2 pr1_mii0_rxd0 uart3_rtsn_mux1 gpio2[17]
14 DSUB15_14
15 T6 gpmc_be0n_cle timer5_mux3 gpio2[5]
16 DSUB15_9
17 T7 gpmc_oen_ren timer7_mux3 gpio2[3]
18 DSUB15_4
19 V5 lcd_pclk gpmc_a10_mux1 pr1_mii0_crs_mux1 pr1_edio_data_in4 pr1_edio_data_out4 pr1_pru1_pru_r30[10] pr1_pru1_pru_r31[10] gpio2[24]
20 DSUB15_15
21 U5 lcd_vsync gpmc_a8_mux1 gpmc_a1_mux2 pr1_edio_data_in2 pr1_edio_data_out2 pr1_pru1_pru_r30[8] pr1_pru1_pru_r31[8] gpio2[22]
22 DSUB15_5
23 GND
24 GND
PIN PROC MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 MODE4 MODE5 MODE6 MODE7


Expansion Header J4 Pinout

PIN PROC MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 MODE4 MODE5 MODE6 MODE7
1 DC_5V
2 DC_5V
3 DSUB9_2
4 DSUB9_8
5 DSUB9_7
6 DSUB9_3
7 DSUB9_1
8 DSUB9_9
9 DSUB9_6
10 DSUB9_4
11 A13 mcasp0_aclkx_mux0 ehrpwm0A_mux0 spi1_sclk_mux2 mmc0_sdcd_mux1 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[0] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[0] gpio3[14]
12 T17 gpmc_wait0 gmii2_crs gpmc_csn4 rmii2_crs_dv_mux0 mmc1_sdcd_mux0 pr1_mii1_col uart4_rxd_mux2 gpio0[30]
13 B12 mcasp0_aclkr_mux0 eQEP0A_in_mux0 mcasp0_axr2_mux1 mcasp1_aclkx_mux2 mmc0_sdwp_mux1 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[4] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[4] gpio3[18]
14 U18 gpmc_be1n_mux0 gmii2_col gpmc_csn6 mmc2_dat3_mux0 gpmc_dir pr1_mii1_rxlink mcasp0_aclkr_mux3 gpio1[28]
15 A14 mcasp0_ahclkx_mux0 eQEP0_strobe_mux0 mcasp0_axr3_mux0 mcasp1_axr1_mux1 EMU4_mux2 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[7] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[7] gpio3[21]
16 T13 gpmc_csn3 gpmc_a3_mux2 rmii2_crs_dv_mux1 mmc2_cmd_mux0 pr1_mii0_crs_mux0 pr1_mdio_data EMU4_mux0 gpio2[0]
17 C12 mcasp0_ahclkr_mux0 ehrpwm0_synci_mux0 mcasp0_axr2_mux0 spi1_cs0_mux4 eCAP2_in_PWM2_out_mux1 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[3] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[3] gpio3[17]
18 V12 gpmc_clk_mux0 lcd_memory_clk_mux0 gpmc_wait1 mmc2_clk_mux0 pr1_mii1_crs_mux0 pr1_mdio_mdclk mcasp0_fsr_mux3 gpio2[1]
19 B13 mcasp0_fsx_mux0 ehrpwm0B_mux0 spi1_d0_mux2 mmc1_sdcd_mux1 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[1] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[1] gpio3[15]
20 T12 gpmc_ad12 lcd_data19 mmc1_dat4_mux0 mmc2_dat0_mux1 eQEP2A_in_mux1 pr1_mii0_txd2_mux0 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[14] gpio1[12]
21 C13 mcasp0_fsr_mux0 eQEP0B_in_mux0 mcasp0_axr3_mux1 mcasp1_fsx_mux2 EMU2_mux2 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[5] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[5] gpio3[19]
22 R12 gpmc_ad13 lcd_data18 mmc1_dat5_mux0 mmc2_dat1_mux1 eQEP2B_in_mux1 pr1_mii0_txd1_mux0 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[15] gpio1[13]
23 D12 mcasp0_axr0_mux0 ehrpwm0_tripzone_input_mux0 spi1_d1_mux2 mmc2_sdcd_mux1 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[2] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[2] gpio3[16]
24 V13 gpmc_ad14 lcd_data17 mmc1_dat6_mux0 mmc2_dat2_mux1 eQEP2_index_mux1 pr1_mii0_txd0_mux0 pr1_pru0_pru_r31[14] gpio1[14]
25 D13 mcasp0_axr1_mux0 eQEP0_index_mux0 mcasp1_axr0_mux2 EMU3_mux2 pr1_pru0_pru_r30[6] pr1_pru0_pru_r31[6] gpio3[20]
26 U13 gpmc_ad15 lcd_data16 mmc1_dat7_mux0 mmc2_dat3_mux1 eQEP2_strobe_mux1 pr1_ecap0_ecap_capin_apwm_o_mux0 pr1_pru0_pru_r31[15] gpio1[15]
27 V2 lcd_data12 gpmc_a16_mux1 eQEP1A_in_mux0 mcasp0_aclkr_mux1 mcasp0_axr2_mux3 pr1_mii0_rxlink uart4_ctsn_mux1 gpio0[8]
28 U10 gpmc_ad8 lcd_data23 mmc1_dat0_mux0 mmc2_dat4_mux1 ehrpwm2A_mux1 pr1_mii_mt0_clk_mux0 gpio0[22]
29 V3 lcd_data13 gpmc_a17_mux1 eQEP1B_in_mux0 mcasp0_fsr_mux1 mcasp0_axr3_mux3 pr1_mii0_rxer uart4_rtsn_mux1 gpio0[9]
30 T10 gpmc_ad9 lcd_data22 mmc1_dat1_mux0 mmc2_dat5_mux1 ehrpwm2B_mux1 pr1_mii0_col gpio0[23]
31 UHUB_D7P
32 T11 gpmc_ad10 lcd_data21 mmc1_dat2_mux0 mmc2_dat6_mux1 ehrpwm2_tripzone_input_mux1 pr1_mii0_txen_mux0 gpio0[26]
33 UHUB_D7N
34 U12 gpmc_ad11 lcd_data20 mmc1_dat3_mux0 mmc2_dat7_mux1 ehrpwm0_synco_mux2 pr1_mii0_txd3_mux0 gpio0[27]
35 UHUB_D6P
36 UHUB_VBUS7
37 UHUB_D6N
38 UHUB_VBUS6
39 GND
40 NC
PIN PROC MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 MODE4 MODE5 MODE6 MODE7


The ASAC-9 (DB-9)/ASAC-15 (DB-15) female connectors on BN150 back panel

The signal lines of Universal Application Specific Add-on Card are connected to external via ASAC-9 (DB-9)/ASAC-15 (DB-15) female connectors on BN150 back panel. Users' controllers or sensor devices can be connected to BN150 through ASAC-9 (DB-9)/ASAC-15 (DB-15) female connectors for exchanging data.


9 and 16 conductor cables (L: 1m)

This kit includes 9 and 16 conductor cables (L: 1m) which can prevent noise interference.


DB-9/DB-15 plastic connector hood kit

This kit includes DB-9 and DB-15 male connectors and two plastic hoods.


Product Specification

Universal Application Specific Add-on Card

    • 88 pins
    • 201 plated-through holes (2.54mm)
    • Dimensions: 77.5 mm(W) x 49.5 mm(H) x 1.6 mm(D)

Package of connector

    • 1 x DB-9 male connector, 1 x DB-15 male connector and 2 plastic hoods

9 conductor cable (L: 1M)

16 conductor cable (L: 1M)

Weight

    • Net weight 235 g; Gross weight 290 g


Ordering Information


BN1201

Universal Application Specific Add-on Card Kit

  • Universal Add-on Card with 88 pins and 201 plated-through holes (2.54mm)
  • 9 conductor cable (L: 1M) x 1
  • 16 conductor cable (L: 1M) x 1
  • DB-9 male connector x 1
  • DB-15 male connector x 1
  • Plastic connector hood kit x 2

BN150-01

Banyan Non-real-time Headless Industrial Application Server

  • TI AM3352 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 application processor
  • 1GB DDR3 SDRAM
  • 500GB Built-in Hard Disk Drive, 4GB eMMC flash memory, 1 microSD slot
  • Application Specific Add-on Card (ASA Card) sockets
  • ASA Card DB-9 connector and DB-15 connector
  • 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 4 USB 2.0 Host ports, 2 UART ports, 1 Wi-Fi module
  • 5V 3A power adapter
  • Banyan Industrial Application Server Non-real-time Headless Operating System
  • Banyan Software Package Management and Release Management Cloud Services

BN150-02

Banyan Real-time Headless Industrial Application Server

  • TI AM3352 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 application processor
  • 1GB DDR3 SDRAM
  • 4GB eMMC flash memory, 1 microSD slot
  • Application Specific Add-on Card (ASA Card) sockets
  • ASA Card DB-9 connector and DB-15 connector
  • 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 4 USB 2.0 Host ports, 2 UART ports, 1 Wi-Fi module
  • 5V 3A power adapter
  • Banyan Industrial Application Server Non-real-time Headless Operating System
  • Banyan Software Package Management and Release Management Cloud Services

 

Contact information

Centrum Embedded Systems Corporation
9F-10, No. 68, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei, Taiwan 10091
Tel: 02-23623620
Fax: 02-23623622
E-mail: sales@ces.com.tw