Category Archives: PIC

Kosh Module: Update 4

Now the Schematics and the Eagle Files have been updated into Source Forge. A single non-Isolated 5V CAN Transceiver is used¬†SN65HVD251 with a resistive Level conversion for the 3.3V circuit. Also included is a button for Reset and a dedicated … Continue reading

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Kosh Module: Update 3

The schematics has been updated to support both 3.3V as well as 5V CAN transceivers. The MCU presently runs at 3.3V and so does the board. Filter configuration for CAN is working along with Receive and Transmit Simultaneously using different … Continue reading

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Kosh Module: Update 2

CAN is now transmitting on a default SID 0x7FF. Got it working from the CAN Lib posted by¬†BobTheBass on EDAboard. Since my CAN Transceiver(SN65HVD251) was 5V so I am struggling now to make this into 3.3V again for ease of … Continue reading

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Kosh Module: Update

Today I was able to make some more progress. The SD card interface is now operational. Firmware is capable of Write to the 1GB Micro SD card. Also the UART interface is working at 57600 BAUD with the Internal CPU … Continue reading

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Kosh Module: Long Due Update for VSCP and Friends

I had taken up a small project from the VSCP Pool. For thoes who dont know about this wonder full project VSCP stands for Very Simple Control Protocol. I started a becoming a member of the developer group in March,2009 … Continue reading

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Good FET: An Open Source MSP430 Debugger and Loader

GoodFET is am open source project to create the replica of the MSP430 USB FET tool from TI. Using an MSP430F2274 and FT232. The primary goal was an improved version of the FET with additional Features. Now this tool is … Continue reading

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