External IO Header connections
I am trying to understand connections of pytrack (mine is labeled "V1.0") as shown here: https://docs.pycom.io/pycom_esp32/_downloads/pytrackPinoutComp.pdf
Ext IO header pin 2 labeled "PWR_EN" should be connected to LoPy (or other) pin P3 (PWR_EN), but it is not the case.
Ext IO header pin 9 "EXT_IO_4" is in fact connected to P4 SD_CMD
Ext IO header pin 10 "EXT_IO_5" is in fact connected to P8 SD_DAT
pytrackPinoutComp.pdf is quite misleading and components are also not as received board.
Would it be possible to get updated and correct documentation ?
@bucknall Any update on the topic..?
I wanna connect a Buzzer with IO Header.
Please suggest a topic to refer..
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As discussed here:
The documentation is quite incorrect.
On the Pysense:
- pins 3 and 4 are reversed (pin 4 is the power to the board, pin 3 power to the module)
- pin 5 (EXT_IO0) is connected to P2 / G23 / RGB_LED
- pin 9 (EXT_IO4) is connected to G11 / P4 / SD_CMD
- pin 10 (EXT_IO5) is connected to P8 / G15 / SD_DAT
Pins EXT_IO4 and EXT_IO5 are NOT connected to the PIC.
Pins EXT_IO0, EXT_IO1 and EXT_IO2 are connected to the PIC. However they are all connected to port C, which does not allow interrupts. So the sentence:
Interrupts EXT_IO0, EXT_IO4 & EXT_IO5 are connected to a PIC and are accessible via Pycom Libraries
is completely incorrect. No interrupts, wrong pins.
The situation seems to be quite similar for the Pytrack.
@bucknall, is there an update on this topic?
@Emmanuel-Goudot Verifying this with the team - will make the corrections asap! Thanks!