Gpio


#1

Hi,

is there any way to control the GPIOs through TCP/IP communication?

Does the IF-Board also exist in eagle format? Or is there an eagle lib? I only need the Footprint.

Thanks


#2

Hi

If you want to control the GPIOs through TCP/IP, you have to control in your MCU.
For example, When WizFi250 receives TCP/IP packet, Your MCU can use AT command like <AT+FGPIO>.
For detailed information about <AT+FGPIO>, refer to http://wizwiki.net/wiki/doku.php?id=products:wizfi250:wizfi250pg:start#at_fgpio

And I will check it about eagle lib and footprint data.

Thank you.


#3

Hi,

thanks for your response. I thought there might be a way to use the GPIOs directly without a MCU.
Thus, the GPIOs have no sense to me, since I can directly use the GPIOs from the MCU.

Eagle Data (lib/Footprint/IF-Board schematic/board file) would be great. When could you send me this? :wink:

The mentor graphics pads file from the wiki wizwiki.net/wiki/lib/exe/fetch.p … h_v100.zip doesn’t help me, since i have no licence for this program. :imp: :imp:

Mr. Wuelbeck from european service wanted to care of it last week, but unfortunately he seems to be in trouble because of the embedded world exhibition. :frowning:

Thank you.


#4

Hi

If you can use web interface, WizFi250 can control GPIOs directly without a MCU.
For detailed information, refer to this URL and attached document.
http://wizwiki.net/wiki/doku.php?id=products:wizfi250:wizfi250pg:start#gpio_control
LED_Control.pdf (233 KB)

Thank you.


#5

Hi,

thanks for your response. I have to control it through TCP/IP commands, so the web interface is no option for me.
But that’s not real problem for me, beacause of this I will use a separate MCU now.

At the moment the eagle data are more important for me. Were you able to find something out about it?

Thanks.


#6

Hi snipor

You wants WizFi250 Eagle CAD Library?

I’ve uploaded the WizFi250 Eagle CAD Library to WizWiki.

http://wizwiki.net/wiki/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=products:wizfi250:wizfi250evbsch:wiznet.zip

Thank you.