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ezLINX™ iCoupler® Isolated Interface Development Platform Homepage
A list of jumper configurations for setting up the various interfaces on the ezLINX development platform is given below:
|Interface||Configuration||Jumpers Fitted||Jumpers Open|
|RS-485 / RS-422||Half-Duplex Configuration||JP3, JP4, JP40||Not applicable|
|Full-Duplex Configuration||Not applicable||JP3, JP4, JP40|
|120Ω termination||JP19||Not applicable|
|RS - 232||Loopback Tout1 to Rin1||JP2||Not applicable|
|CAN||Split terminate the bus with 120Ω and a common-mode 47nF capacitor||JP17, JP18||Not applicable|
|SPI0||Master Mode||JP5, JP7, JP9, JP11, JP13, JP15, JP20, JP36||JP6, JP8, JP10, JP12, JP14, JP16, JP21, JP37|
|Slave Mode||JP6, JP8, JP10, JP12, JP14, JP16, JP21, JP37||JP5, JP7, JP9, JP11, JP13, JP15, JP20, JP36|
|SPI2||Master Mode||JP22, JP24, JP26, JP28, JP30, JP32, JP35, JP38||JP23, JP25, JP27, JP29, JP31, JP33, JP34, JP39|
|Slave Mode||JP23, JP25, JP27, JP29, JP31, JP33, JP34, JP39||JP22, JP24, JP26, JP28, JP30, JP32, JP35, JP38|
For more information on each interface and jumper settings chose from the list below: