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reference:add-ons:dmm-shield:oleddemouserguide [2018/07/05 15:47]
Bianca Peterlin [Downloads]
reference:add-ons:dmm-shield:oleddemouserguide [2018/08/20 08:45] (current)
Cristian Fatu [Downloads]
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 ===== Downloads ===== ===== Downloads =====
-Arty Z7-20 DMM Shield Project Repository -- [[https://​github.com/​Digilent/​ArtyZ7-20-DMMShield-OLED-Demo/​archive/​master.zip|ZIP]] [[https://​github.com/​Digilent/​ArtyZ7-20-DMMShield-OLED-Demo.git|Git Repo]]+Arty Z7-20 DMM Shield ​OLED Project Repository -- [[https://​github.com/​Digilent/​ArtyZ7-20-DMMShield-OLED-Demo/​archive/​master.zip|ZIP]] [[https://​github.com/​Digilent/​ArtyZ7-20-DMMShield-OLED-Demo.git|Git Repo]]
  
  
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-===== Download and Launch the Arty Z7 DMM Shield Demo =====+===== Download and Launch the Arty Z7 DMM Shield ​OLED Demo =====
  
 >1) Follow the [[:​learn:​programmable-logic:​tutorials:​github-demos:​start:​|Using Digilent Github Demo Projects]] Tutorial. ​ >1) Follow the [[:​learn:​programmable-logic:​tutorials:​github-demos:​start:​|Using Digilent Github Demo Projects]] Tutorial. ​
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 >3) Plug a banana cable into Voltage/Ohm banana connector of the DMM Shield. Do the same for the COM connector. ​ >3) Plug a banana cable into Voltage/Ohm banana connector of the DMM Shield. Do the same for the COM connector. ​
 >4) Connect the end of the cables to a through-hole resistor of a desired value. Ex 5k Ohm  >4) Connect the end of the cables to a through-hole resistor of a desired value. Ex 5k Ohm 
->5) Turn on your board and open a serial terminal (such as TeraTerm) on your computer to receive status messages. Setup the serial port to connect to the appropriate port for your board, with a baud rate of 9600, 8 data bits, no parity bit and 1 stop bit.+>5) Turn on your board and open a serial terminal (such as TeraTerm) on your computer to receive status messages. Setup the serial port to connect to the appropriate port for your board, with a baud rate of 115200, 8 data bits, no parity bit and 1 stop bit.
 >6) Enter //DMMConfig Resistance5k//​ command in the terminal. Then enter //​DMMMeasureAvg//​. The resistance value will be displayed both on terminal and on the Pmod OLED >6) Enter //DMMConfig Resistance5k//​ command in the terminal. Then enter //​DMMMeasureAvg//​. The resistance value will be displayed both on terminal and on the Pmod OLED
  
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 The Vivado hardware configuration implemented for this demo has the following features: The Vivado hardware configuration implemented for this demo has the following features:
   * basic Zynq configuration,​ having UART_PS0 checked   * basic Zynq configuration,​ having UART_PS0 checked
-  * AXI_GPIO core having 2 GPIO channels: GPIO0 for the 6 output IO signals (CS_Eprom, CS_DMM, SPI_CLK, DI, RLU, RLD, RLI) and GPIO2 for the input signal DO.+  * AXI_GPIO core having 2 GPIO channels: GPIO0 for the 6 output IO signals (CS_Eprom, CS_DMM, SPI_CLK, DI, RLU, RLD, RLI) and GPIO2 for the input signal DO. These GPIO pins are used for the communication between Arty Z7-20 board and DMM Shield.
   * PmodOLED core connected to JA Pmod connector.   * PmodOLED core connected to JA Pmod connector.