MEEPS - Hardware Description
MEEPS (Modular Embedded Experimenter's PIC System) is
designed to support undergraduate engineering and computer science
classes at the University of the Pacific. The system consists of a
CPU and daughter boards. The CPU section includes a microcontroller
and circuits to support programming and debugging. The daughter
boards provide sensor and control circuits in various combinations.
This version of MEEPS has four (4) major sections:
Detailed descriptions of each section can be view by clicking on the
associated link above.
CPU - the microcontroller and associated programming and
Display and Basic I/O
- a dot matrix display, switches, analog outputs, and 1-Wire
devices for temperature measurement, storage, and serial numbers.
Sensor and Control Board - a two axis accelerometer,
temperature and humidity sensors, high current digital output,
along with RF and IR communications.
Remote Sensor and Control
- a standalone version of the Sensor and Control Board with
options for two different microcontroller packages. This daughter
board does not include IR communications, but can be run from a
single AA battery. This daughter board also includes a 3.3v
powersupply and a prototyping area with mounting pads for PIC
processors in 8 pin packages.
$Date: 2008-10-21 19:17:34 $
$Revision: 1.5 $
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