Ipson64 manual (version 1.0, 23-3-2011)
|Building the ipson64 interface||[ explanation how to build the Printed Circuit Board]|
|Testing the Ipson64||[ connecting the power and checking if it works]|
|Connecting the Ipson64 to the net||[ what to configure?]|
|Configuring the Ipson64 (web browser)||[ how to configure with a web browser]|
|Max test-patch||[Max patch use]|
|Photo page||[How to build example photo's]|
|Configuring the Ipson64 (telnet)||[ how to configure with telnet]|
The ipson64 interface is quiet easy to build. Even the 4 x HEF4067 Surface Mount Devices (SMD) are not that hard to solder. Make sure you have a small tip on your soldering iron. Most of the components on the pcb (printed circuit board) are connectors, or headers.
|R2, R3||27 kOhm|
|IC1, IC2, IC5, IC6||HEF4067D (SMD)|
|Processor||PIC18F2423 (place in a socket!)|
|Led||small 3mm universal led (any color..)|
|C1, C2, C12, C13,||100nF|
|C4||470uF / 16V**||Polarity!|
|C5, C7, C11||2,2uF / 16V (Polarity!)|
|Q1||Crystal 7,3728 MHz|
|DC1||Dc adapter pcb mount|
|Switch||Reset switch mcdtsa6|
Start with the 4 x HEF4067D SMD chips.
|Add the resistors.|
|And some capacitors.|
|Solder the capacitors in the right position and make sure the polarity is ok. Check the location of the diode: It has to be bend a little to fit.|
|Mount the Xport. The plastic 'pins' are there to give the Xport more stability. Push them in carefully.|
|Place the socket for the PIC18F2423.|
|Place both voltage regulators (7805 and the LF33) on a aluminuim plate (heatsink).
5 plastic distance holders will keep the booard in place. Always first place the board and fix it with the 5 screws and bolts. And finally solder the pins of the voltage regulators to the board.
|Fully ready to go with PIC18F2423 prcosessor.|
|When all components are on the right spot (check the directions, the polarity), you can connect the power for the first time. I'll advise you to do this check without the processor in place. Connect the power with an adapter set to 9V-12V, with the plus in the center.|
|On the left side of the board, the 12-9V DC is connected to the PCB (+ in the middle!). You can measure the values +3.3V and +5V with a multimeter on the upperside of the board. When the values are not as written below, turn off the power and check the connections. If the values are ok, turn off the power and insert the processor (IC1). Be aware of pin 1. Turn on the power again.|
|When connecting the Ipson64 to the net for the first time, there are some configurations to be made before your computer and the IpSonCompact can exchange highspeed data.
The onboard server (xport) can be configured with a normal web browser or with telnet (terminal software). What is there to be configured? The IpSonCompact needs to know which IP-address the remote computer (=the IP-address of your computer) has and which port on that IP-address will be available. As soon as this has been configured, the IpSonCompact can exchange data with the remote computer (is your computer).
At the Electronical Workshop of the Royal Conservatory, we already initialized the ipson64, so it has a default IP-address and a default local port. The ip-address of the IpSonLab is written on the PCB (Printed Circuit Board). The local port will be 10001.
|Telnet example (screenshot):||
the IpSonCompact with telnet: (port 9999 only!)
Select an option on the menu by entering the number of the option in the Your
|All 64 inputs have the same connections. One input consists of 3 pins: +5V, Input(or terminal) and gnd (0V). The input-setup is the same as the ipsoncompact.|
The maxpatch shown below can be downloaded from this website. It's just a test patch; check if all inputs do work.