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VSS 23 7 VSS 8
R4 C2
+5V C4
+9 12Vdc
+ C5
Figure 5-2 IrDA transceiver.
+5Vdc +5V
DB-9 (F) 7 65 4 3 2
+9 12Vdc
+ C5
C4 RS232 S1 J1 P1
21 16 15 14 13 1 2 3 4
1 TX 2 RX 3 ATN 4 GND
U1 BASIC STAMP 2
Din Dout RX SCLK CS CTS RTS 10 11 12 TX 13
Q1 R3 +5V S3
2 14 7 4
P11 P10
IR out D2
22 RST
P9 P8
IR in
VSS 23 7
VSS 8
R5 XTL
R4 C2
2 8 3
FIGURE 5-3 High-power IrDA communicator.
CONSTRUCTION OF THE COMMUNICATOR 77
Construction of the Communicator
The IrDA communicator was built with a small 4- by 4-in glass epoxy circuit board. A circuit board will ensure the maximum speed and the shortest possible circuit traces. A PC board will also keep the system more reliable. STAMP 2 pins 1 through 4 are used to program the STAMP 2 for your particular application. A 4-pin 0.010-in male header is placed on the circuit board at P1, and a mating 4-pin female jack at J1 is wired to a 9-pin female RS-232 connector, which connects to your programming PC. A momentary normally open pushbutton reset switch is connected to pin 21 of the STAMP 2 in the event of a system lockup condition. Be sure to use ICs for all of the circuits when constructing the circuit. Also be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing the capacitors and diodes as well as the IR LEDs. After assembling the circuit board be sure to take an extra moment to orient the integrated circuits properly. When installing ICs, be sure to locate the notch or cutout that is either on the top left of the IC or in the center of the top of the IC. This precaution will ensure that there will be no surprises when you initially apply power to the IrDA communicator. The IrDA communicator operates from a 5-V power source. A 5-V regulator is shown in the schematic; it can be fed with from a 9-V wall wart power supply, or you can elect to power the regulator from a 9- or 12-V battery pack if desired. When you have completed the IrDA communicator, you can place it in a small plastic enclosure. The power switch S1, the reset switch S2, and the send-data pushbutton at S3 are all mounted on the front of the communicator enclosure. A power jack and the programming jacks are mounted on the rear of the case. If you use the IrDA communicator as an alarm or sensing device, you will need to make provisions for sensor input jacks on the case as well. You can use the communicator to sense a particular condition and have it report to another device via IR if desired. Once the IrDA communicator has been assembled, you will need to program the communicator for your particular application. First, you will need to locate the STAMP 2 Windows editor program titled STAMPW.EXE. Next, you will need to connect up your programming cable and apply power to the IrDA communicator. Last, you will need to download the IrDA.BS2 program (Listing 5-1) from the CDROM. The IrDA.BS2 program is basically a demo program to get you started using the communicator. Once you develop more applications you can rewrite or modify the program to suit your new application.
IrDA Communicator (Low-Power Version) Parts List
U1 U2 U3 R1 BASIC STAMP 2 (original) Maxim MAX3100 UART IC LM7805 5-V regulator IC 10-k
1 4-W
5% resistor
78 IRDA COMMUNICATOR
R2 R3 R4 C1 C2, C3 C4 C5 D1 D2 Q1 S2, S3 S1 Miscellaneous
2-k 240330-
4-W 5% resistor 1 4-W 5% resistor 1 4-W 5% resistor
0.1- F 35-V tantalum capacitor 20-pF disk capacitor 4.7- F 35-V electrolytic capacitor 0.22- F 35-V disk capacitor Red LED IR LED IR detector transistor Normally open momentary pushbutton SPST toggle power switch PC board, 4-pin male header, 4-pin female header, DB-9 connector wire, enclosure, etc.
TABLE 5-1
ADDITIONAL PALM IrDA IMPLEMENTATION NSBASIC MESSAAGE GROUP DISCUSSION FOR IRDA PALM USERS
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nsbasic-palm/message/11025 http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nsbasic-palm/message/14341 http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nsbasic-palm/message/14332 http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nsbasic-palm/message/8625 http://www.markspace.com/online.html (FAQ for online terminal emulator for Palm)
' IRDA.BS2 ' using BS2E ' program for the MAX3100 in IR mode ' with 3.6864mhz crystal outs=$0100 dirs=$ffff din con 11 ' data sent from stamp to uart dout con 10 ' data out from uart to stamp sclk con 9 ' data clock cs con 8 ' active low chip select fox data "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog",13,10,0 char var word ' will combine 8-bit command/status and 8-bit data ix var byte rts var char.byte1.bit1 'for data send cts var char.byte1.bit1 ' for data read
Listing 5-1
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