Specifications

Pin assignments

Control Tutor has the following I/O resources connected to the micro-controller:

S/w Name Type Description uC pin
Psh1 Digital in Pushbutton1 RB4
Psh2 Digital in Pushbutton2 RB5
Sw1 Digital in Switch1 RB6
Sw2 Digital in Switch2 RB7
Aux1In Digital in Aux1 RD1
Aux2In Digital in Aux2 RD2
Aux3In Digital in Aux3 RD7
Aux4In Digital in Aux4 RC3
Rv1 Analog In Potmeter1 RA0
Rv2 Analog In Potmeter2 RA1
SoundSensor Analog in Microphone (raw) RE0
SoundAverage Analog in Microphone (average) RE2
TemperatureSensor Analog in NTC RE1
LightSensor Analog in LDR RA5
Filter1 Analog in From RC filter 1 (2 sec) RA3
Filter2 Analog in From RC filter 2 (5 sec) RA2
Aux5Out Digital out Aux5 RB2
Aux6Out Digital out Aux6 RC0
Aux7Out Digital out Aux7 RA4
Aux8Out Digital out Aux8 RB3
Led1 Digital out LED1 RD3
Led2 Digital out LED2 RC4
Led3 Digital out LED3 RD4
Led4 Digital out LED4 RD5
Heat Digital out Heating resister RC5
Voltage Digital out Common input for both RC Filters RD6
Sound Analog out Sound frequency control via RC1
SlowWhoop Analog out Sound volume via RC1
Light Analog out LED (affecting the LDR) RC2

Notes:

  1. The column "S/w name" refers to the name of the symbol used in Realizer when programming.
  2. "Voltage" is a digital output that drives 2 RC low pass filters. the output of these filter can be measured using the inputs Filter1 and Filter2

Extension connector

The extension connector may be used to add you own hardware like power drivers that control a DC-motor, or add extra switches and sensors. The following diagram shows important details of the electronics.


Partial schematics of CT01 board