Support for the RE-Mote board Revision A. More...
Support for the RE-Mote board Revision A.
RE-Mote has three versions, a first prototype A (
remote-pa) only distributed to beta testers, its following revision A (
remote-reva), and the latest revision B (
remote-revb) which are commercially available. The following section focuses on the revision A.
The official RE-Mote wiki page is maintained by Zolertia at:
|MCU||CC2538 (ARM Cortex-M3 with on-board 2.4GHz radio)|
|Radio||Two radio interfaces (IEEE 802.15.4): 2.4GHz and 863-950MHz|
|RP-SMA connector for external antenna (with a RF switch to select either 2.4GHz/Sub-GHz radio)|
|Peripherals||RTCC, built-in battery charger for LiPo batteries, External WDT (optional), Micro-SD|
|Others||RGB LED, power management block (150nA when the mote is shutdown)|
In terms of hardware support, the following drivers have been implemented for CC2538 System-on-Chip:
And under work or pending at CC2538 base CPU:
The RE-Mote has built-in support to flash over USB using the BSL. Previous versions required to unlock the bootloader by manually pressing the
user button and
reset button, but the current version handles the sequence with an on-board PIC, so automatically unlocks the bootloader upon flashing.
The RE-Mote Revision A has the following pin-out:
The RE-Mote uses the Molex 5-pin WM4903-ND male header connector to connect digital sensors based on I2C and SPI protocols, as well as other sensors or actuators you may need to connect. The pins are 2.54 mm spaced and the connector has the following pin-out:
|Board specific configuration of direct mapped ADC. |
|Board specific definitions for the RE-Mote board Revision A. |
|Board specific configuration of direct mapped GPIOs. |
|Peripheral MCU configuration for the RE-Mote board revision A. |