MCC 152

MCC 152

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Voltage Output and DIO DAQ HAT for Raspberry Pi with two analog outputs and eight digital I/O.

The MCC 152 is a 12-bit analog voltage output and digital input/output DAQ HAT. The MCC 152 is shown here connected to a Raspberry Pi (not included).

Overview
The MCC 152 is a voltage output and digital input/output HAT (Hardware Attached on Top) designed for use with Raspberry Pi, the most popular single-board computer on the market today. A HAT is an add-on board with a 40W GPIO (general purpose input/output) connector that conforms to the Raspberry Pi HAT specification. The MCC 152 HAT provides two analog outputs and eight digital I/O bits. Up to eight MCC HATs can be stacked onto one Raspberry Pi. With CMOS input thresholds, selectable voltage operation, and 5 V tolerance for the digital inputs, the digital channels support both 3.3 V and 5 V logic types.

Raspberry Pi Interface
The MCC 152 header plugs into the 40-pin general purpose I/O (GPIO) connector on a user-supplied Raspberry Pi. The MCC 152 was tested for use with Raspberry Pi 3 A+, 3 B+, 3, 2, and A+ models.

HAT configuration
HAT configuration parameters are stored in an on-board EEPROM that allows the Raspberry Pi to automatically set up the GPIO pins when the HAT is connected.

Stackable HATs
Up to eight MCC HAT boards can be stacked onto a single Raspberry Pi. Users can mix and match MCC HAT models in the stack.

Analog Voltage Output
The MCC 152 provides two 12-bit analog outputs with a 0 V to 5 V output range and 5 mA output drive, sourcing. Both outputs can be updated simultaneously with software.

Digital I/O
The MCC 152 provides eight bidirectional digital bits. Each digital bit is configurable for pull-up or pull-down, or can be disabled. Each output bit can source 10 mA and sink 25 mA. Users can configure the software to generate an interrupt when the state of a digital input bit changes. The MCC 152 can interface with 3.3 V or 5 V logic types; the voltage is selectable with an onboard jumper. The input polarity is software programmable for normal (active high, default) or inverted logic (active low).

Power
Power is provided by the Raspberry Pi through the GPIO header connector.

MCC DAQ HAT Library
The open-source MCC DAQ HAT Library of commands in C/C++ and Python allows users to develop applications on the Raspberry Pi using Linux. The library is available to download from GitHub. Comprehensive API and hardware documentation is available. The MCC DAQ HAT Library supports operation with multiple MCC DAQ HATs running concurrently. Console-based example programs are available for each API.

Features:
  • Two 12-bit simultaneous voltage outputs
  • 5 mA output drive, sourcing
  • 0.8 V/µs slew rate
  • Eight bidirectional digital bits
  • 5V/3.3V operation; CMOS input thresholds
  • Programmable input polarity
  • Screw terminal connections
  • Stack up to eight MCC HATs into a single Raspberry Pi
  • Software:
    • MCC DAQ HAT Library; available on GitHub
  • Supported Operating Systems:
    • Linux®/Raspbian
  • Programming API:
    • C, C++, Python

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