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Features

Key Features

  • USB to SPI master interface with configurable phase, polarity and frequency (up to 48MHz);
  • USB to SPI Flash interface
  • USB to I2C master interface with configurable frequency (up to 1MHz);
  • USB to UART interface;
  • 48 digital I/O pins with debounce filter, open drain functionality and embedded pull-up resistors;
  • 8 analog inputs with event-driven interface;
  • 4 PWM outputs with configurable frequency and duty cycle;
  • 3 Pulse and frequency counters with event-driven interface;
  • 1 status LED and 2 user-configurable LED's;
  • no hidden fees: API, updates, software and technical support are free;
  • USB 2.0 high-speed (480 MHz) interface with Plug-and-Play detection and notification;
  • RoHS Compliant

Event-Driven Interface

There are two approaches to monitor user actions (e.g. key presses) or sensor measurements. Your application can either poll for changes or react on events.

Here is an example that will help us understand the difference.

Let us assume that our application must notify a user if a voltage level monitored by the DLN-4M adapter is out of the predefined range.

Our application can poll the DLN-4M adapter periodically to check the digital input value. You would have to decide how frequently you need to poll this input. If you poll it too frequently, you unreasonably waste computer resources and USB bandwidth. If you poll it rarely, you can’t react on the changes in a timely manner.

Another approach is to configure the DLN-4M adapter to notify your application when the voltage level crosses the threshold. You application can perform other tasks instead of continuously polling the device. When the voltage level crosses the threshold, the DLN-4M adapter sends an event with current measurements to your application.

The polling approach wastes computer resources and USB bandwidth, while the event-driven interface facilitates more responsiveness.

Specifications

Electrical Characteristics

Windows

Absolute Maximum Ratings:

Parameter Min Max
Storage Temperature -60°C +150°C
Ambient Temperature Under Bias -40°C +85°C
DC Input Voltage to Any Pin -0.3V +4.0V

Operating Conditions:

Parameter Min Max
Ta (Ambient Temperature Under Bias) 0°C +70°C
DC Current VCC and GND Pins 50mA

GPIO Characteristics:

Symbol Parameter Condition Min Max
VIH Input High Voltage 2.31V 3.6V
VIL Input Low Voltage -0.3V 0.99V
VOH Output High Voltage IOUT= 2.0mA 2.9V
VOL Output Low Voltage IOUT= -2.0mA 0.4V
IL Input Leakage Current I/O Pin 0.001mA
IDC DC Current per I/O Pin 3.0V<VDDIO<3.6V; VOH=2.2V 9mA

SPI Interface Characteristics:

Symbol Parameter Condition Min Max
VIH Input High Voltage 2.31V 3.6V
VIL Input Low Voltage -0.3V 0.99V
VOH Output High Voltage IOUT= 2.0mA 2.9V
VOL Output Low Voltage IOUT= -2.0mA 0.4V
Freq SPI Bus Frequency configurable 376 kHz 48 MHz

I2C Interface Charachteristics:

Symbol Parameter Condition Min Max
VIH Input High Voltage 2.31V 3.6V
VIL Input Low Voltage -0.3V 0.99V
VOHi Output High Voltage Internal VCC 2.9V
VOHe Output High Voltage External VCC (VCC-0.4)V
VOL Output Low Voltage 0.4V
Freq I2C Bus Frequency configurable 1470 Hz 400 kHz *

* Frequencies of up to 1 Mhz are supported. However, due to GPIO DC current limitations, the necessary size of pull-up resistors cannot be ensured.

Documentation and Downloads

Documentation & Online Support

Development

TitleLinksDescription
C/C++ APIC/C++ API desription.
.NET APIAPI description for .NET development.
LabView Instrument DriverNI LabView instrument driver and LabView examples description.

General

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User ManualInstallation tutorial, system requirements, firmware update instructions.

Online Support

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Community forumCreate forum thread to get answer or communicate other thread to help community members
Email products supportEmail us to ask product support questions.
Email orders supportEmail us to ask questions regarding purchasing and applied orders.
Customer online formSubmit customer online form

Hardware Information

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Connectors and JumpersPort and pins assignment on available connectors and jumpers description.
SchematicsBoard schematics.
Mechanical DrawingBoard mechanical drawing.

Software

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MS Windows Setup PackageContains driver, API libraries, binaries and software examples source code to use DLN adapter in MS Windows OS.
Linux Setup PackageContains all required files to start using DLN adapter in Linux.
Firmware UpdateLatest firmware update for DLN adapter. Firmware can be downgraded with this application also.
Reviews

A source code library with device drivers for a range of digital sensors.

CrossWorks Version 4 Installation Instructions

To install this support package
  1. Click the Tools > Package Manager menu option to open the package manager window.
  2. Right click on the CrossWorks Device Library Package entry and select Install Selected Packages.
  3. Click Next to take you to the summary page.
  4. Click Next to install the package.
  5. Click Finish to close the package manager window.
  6. Click the Tools > Show Installed Packages.
  7. Click on the CrossWorks Device Library Package link to view the package and its contents.
To manually install this support package
  1. Download the file libdevice.hzq using your web browser.
  2. Click the Tools > Manually Install Packages menu option.
  3. Select the file you have just downloaded to install the package.
  4. Click the Tools > Show Installed Packages.
  5. Click on the CrossWorks Device Library Package link to view the package and its contents.
To install this support package using other versions

Release Notes

3.3

  • Added FXOS8700CQ driver for FRDM-KL26Z.

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3.2

  • Added PCA9532 port expander to support LEDs on Embedded Artists LPC1788-OEM base board and power supplies on LCD extension boards.
  • Added MMA7455L accelerometer driver for EA OEM base board.

3.1

  • Additional documentation and microsite.
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3.0

  • Initial release for CrossWorks 3.

Documentation

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License

General terms

The source files in this package are not public domain and are not open source. They represent a substantial investment undertaken by Rowley Associates to assist CrossWorks customers to prototype solutions using well-written, tested drivers.

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CrossWorks Commercial License holders

If you hold a paid-for CrossWorks Version 3 or later commercial license, you are free to compile this package and incorporate the resulting object code in your own products without royalties and without additional license fees. Customers holding a CrossWorks Version 1 or 2 commercial license are required to upgrade to CrossWorks Version 3 to use this software.

Non-Commercial License holders

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If you hold a paid-for CrossWorks Version 3 or later non-commercial license, you are free to compile this package and incorporate the resulting object code in your own projects, for your own use, without royalties and without additional license fees. You are, however, prohibited from distributing the linked code, incorporating the object code from this library, in binary form. Customers holding a CrossWorks Version 1 or 2 non-commercial license are required to purchase CrossWorks Version 3 to use this software.