> Yes - the Verdex runs at 3.3v. If you look at the robostix schematics
> (which includes a 5v ATMega128) you'll see that there are voltage
> converters on the board.
Thanks, I'll look at that.
> > and for µ-blox LEA4H GPS ?
> What voltage is it running at?
Also 3,3V. So no conversion needed.
Can I power my GPS and XBee Pro out of the LDO on the Gumstix ? Is the LDO on
the Gumstix? is the 3,3V avaialable on the connector pins
> > Is there a page with all connection described?
> This shows the signals available on the 60 pin connector:
> For the most part, these all come directly from the PXA270 processor,
> so you can get the information about the signals from the PXA270
> Developer's Manual:
I'll check that too.
Still I feel strange not having all this information collected in one place. I
am used to the AVR documentation which os somewhat more compact.
Thanks you Dave
From: Dave Hylands <dhylands@gm...> - 2009-04-21 17:04:07
> Also 3,3V. So no conversion needed.
> Can I power my GPS and XBee Pro out of the LDO on the Gumstix ? Is the LDO on
> the Gumstix? is the 3,3V avaialable on the connector pins
The LDO on the gumstix isn't available, nor is it sized to deal with
All of the daughter cards have their own voltage regulators on them.
Shuswap, BC, Canada
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