Universal Signal Isolator Shield Update, now Rev 1.2 #Arduino #ArduinoDue
Due users rejoice, DimDim updated the Universal Signal Isolator Shield earlier this month.
The changes are as follows:
New SPI header. It just passes through the SPI signals, nothing more. It does not connect to anything on the board.
New SPI_CS header. Useful only if / when connecting SPI peripherals.
Reset button. Because you never know..
New circuitry for the POWER_RELAY header. It now uses a MOSFET and it includes a diode for the reverse current coming back from the relay’s coil.
Decoupling cap for the IR receiver. Not absolutely necessary, but good to have.
More decoupling for the DC_UNR input.
Ground planes. Lower Arduino noise, at least in theory.
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