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For those of you who may not have already seen it, there is a graphic floating around that shows all the pin names for the connected launchpad -- from the FRONT (component side).   Several people were all kind enough to share it with me on the 43oh forums.

 

I made a new version that shows the names from the back side, in case you want to plug jumpers into the female connectors underneath.  It's basically a mirror image with the text in the correct direction.

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Please refer to LaunchPads and BoosterPacks Pins Maps for the updated and maintained pins maps. 
 

Thank you!

 

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Please find the pins map for the X11 connector.

 

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Please note the pins map is under the friendly license Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Feel free to update it but please keep the logo, the license, the name of the original author and of course add your name. Thank you!

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Hallo,

 

Thank you for providing us with pinout map links/files in this post.

 

While trying with Energia 0012 to get Sharp® LCD BoosterPack (430BOOST-SHARP96) working with EK-TM4C1294XL Connected Launchpad with no success so far (NOT PLUGGED IN BUT CONNECTED INDIVIDUALLY TO PINS - SSI module 2 is probably the default in Energia) I found different assignement of pins 14 and 15 (MISO and MOSI) compared to TI document provided in the box with LP - spmz858.pdf - and other TI docs including SSI2Tx and SSI2Rx. PD1 and PD0 correspond.

 

TI:

15 - PD1 SSI2Tx - MOSI

14 - PD0 SSI2Rx - MISO

 

Energia (RV):

15 - PD1 - MISO(2)

14 - PD0 - MOSI(2)

 

Please clarify or expalin to me (I am still learning).

 

Thank you.

Pavel

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@@Rei Vilo - Thank you for the updated pin maps, and for the consolidated spot to get the latest.

 

@@pane

I found different assignement of pins 14 and 15 (MISO and MOSI) compared to TI document provided in the box with LP - spmz858.pdf - and other TI docs including SSI2Tx and SSI2Rx. PD1 and PD0 correspond.

 

TI:

15 - PD1 SSI2Tx - MOSI

14 - PD0 SSI2Rx - MISO

 

Energia (RV):

15 - PD1 - MISO(2)

14 - PD0 - MOSI(2)

 

Please clarify or expalin to me (I am still learning).

 

Thank you.

Pavel

 

This appears to be an error in the Connected Launchpad pin maps, and is still present in version 1.1 of the pin maps

(at the moment the latest one on http://embeddedcomputing.weebly.com/launchpads-and-boosterpacks-pins-maps.html ).

 

It looks like the error affects all of the SSI peripherals on the Connected Launchpad pin map.

PE_4, PE_5

PF_1, PF_0

PD_1, PD_0

PQ_2, PQ_3

In each case the SPI TX pin is mislabeled MISO, and the Rx pin is labeled MOSI.

 

Whereas TI labels the SPI TX pins MOSI, and the RX pins MISO.

 

On the Stellaris launchpad pin map, the SPI Tx pin is labeled MOSI, and the RX pin is labeled MISO (which is consistent with TI's labeling).

 

Just to be sure, I checked the Energia source code for SPI.  It does not play any special games trying to reverse Rx and Tx that I can see.

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CAN isn't supported by Energia, that's why it isn't mentioned.

But CAN does exist on the board, and I would hope will be supported. There is a library for it in the Energia distribution, after all. It could be noted that official support is not offered yet. People use the pin out diagrams to assess the usefulness of the board - the CAN connection should be mentioned.

 

David

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I agree... if there's room it might be worth including for completeness sake.

I think there's only 1 boosterpack pinout supporting it but the long side header has the other DCAN. There's also a pair of jumpers to switch the DCAN pins between CAN and UART.

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It could be noted that official support is not offered yet. 

 

When the official distribution of Energia includes CAN, I'll add the corresponding pins to the map.

 

In the meantime, please refer to the document Meet the Tiva C Series TM4C1294.

 

@@dpharris

May I suggest you to fill a ticket at http://github.com/en.../Energia/issues for adding CAN support or, even better, contribute with a library?

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