Pinouts EyeCon Version M5

Serial Port 1 (9 pin, SUB-D female)
Standard RS-232 serial port (12 V)
Usage: Program Download
1  -
2  Tx
3  Rx
4  -
5  GND
6  - 
7  CTS
8  RTS
9  -

Serial Port 2 (9 pin SUB-D male)
Standard RS-232 serial port (12 V)
Usage: BlueTooth Wireless or GPS
1  -
2  Rx
3  Tx
4  -
5  GND
6  - 
7  RTS
8  CTS
9  Power (opt. 5V, Vcc) via switch

Serial Port 3 (10 pin)
Serial RS-232 at TTL level (5 V)
 1  CD'
 2  DTR'
 3  Tx 
 4  CTS'
 5  Rx
 6  RTS'
 7  DSR'
 8  RI'
 9  GND
10  Vcc (5V)

Infrared Port (3 pin)
A standard TV remote control can be used to command the EyeBot
Note: TV remote formats differ. Software has been developed for Nokia VCN620
1 GND
2 Vcc (5V reg. via 330 Ohm)
3 N.C.
4 TPU 13 (via 10K pullup)

Video Output (2 pin, RCA)
This output lets you view the camera signal on a monitor by using a cable
or a wireless video transmitter.
Note: - The signal is only grayscale, not color
      - If the camera is adjusted to a slower frame rate (e.g. CAMInit, required
        for image processing on the EyeBot), the video output cannot be used.
1 Video signal
2 GND

Digital Camera (32 pin)
Note: Camera module is going below the EyeBot connector.
1-8 Data 0-7
11  SDA   / PE2
13  SCL   / PE3
16  VSYNC / P5
12  PCLK  / P4
20  Vcc (5V)
22  Vcc (5V)
31  GND
32  Video out

Speaker (2 pin plus 2 pin)
Piezo speaker
 1 Speaker signal
 2 GND
Speaker 8 Ohm
 1 Speaker signal
 2 GND

Parallel Port (26 pin)
Standard parallel port
 1 Strobe'
 2 Autofxdt'
 3 Data 0
 4 Error
 5 Data 1
 6 Init
 7 Data 2
 8 SLCTIN'
 9 Data 3
11 Data 4
13 Data 5
15 Data 6
17 Data 7
19 ACK
21 BSY
23 PE
25 SLCT
26 Vcc (5V)
10+12+14+16+18+20+22+24 GND

Background Debugger Module (10 pin)
Standard Motorola background debugger, connects to PC parallel port

DC Motor and Encoder (2 times 6 pin)
Motor A: Speed = TPU0, Direction = Port_E0, Encoders = TPU2+3
Motor B: Speed = TPU1, Direction = Port_E1, Encoders = TPU4+5
 1 Motor -
 2 Motor +
 3 GND
 4 Vcc (5V regulated)
 5 Encoder Channel B
 6 Encoder Channel A

Servo (14 times 3 pin)
Servo signals are mapped to TPU channels 0..13
Note: Servo connectors are arraned in 7 rows with 7 pins each.
      The pins for each row are (left to right):
      Signal_ServoA, Vcc, GND, 5V (reg.), GND, Vcc, Signal_ServoB
1  Signal
2  Vcc (unregulated)
3  GND

Position Sensitive Device (6 times 4 pin)
Clock input is mapped to Digital output 0 for all PSDs.
PSD outputs are mapped to: Digital Output 0..5
1  GND
2  Clock input
3  Vcc (5V regulated)
4  Sensor output (digital)

Analog Input (10 pin)
Microphone is mapped to:          Analog Input 0
Battery level gauge is mapped to: Analog Input 1
 1 Vcc (5V regulated)
 2 Vcc (5V regulated)
 3 Analog Input 2
 4 Analog Input 3
 5 Analog Input 4
 6 Analog Input 5
 7 Analog Input 6
 8 Analog Input 7
 9 Analog GND
10 Analog GND
Digital Input/Output (20 pin)
Infrared PSDs are mapped to Digital Output 0 and Digital Input 0..5
 1- 8  Digital Output 0..7
 9-16  Digital Input  0..7
17+18  Vcc (5V)
19+20  GND