EV-COG-SMARTMESH1Z combines reliability and ultra low-power with a native Internet Protocol (IP) layer for a robust, standards-based offering perfect for a broad range of applications. It provides robust wire-free connectivity for applications where low power, reliability, and ease of deployment matter. EV-COG-SMARTMESH1Z is configured in the slave mode and is driven by an external micro-controller.The communication between the controller and EV-COG-SMARTMESH1Z takes place via UART.
The features of SmartMesh IP enabled by EV-COG-SMARTMESH1Z are as follows:-
This user guide describes the connector pin out,and jumper settings available on board.
The hardware details covers the wire connections between the EV-COG-SMARTMESH1Z and EV-COG-AD3029LZ along with useful links that provides more details pertaining to EV-COG-AD3029LZ and EV-COG-SMARTMESH1Z.
The board consists of
The Hirose connector P1 interfaces the EV-COG-SMARTMESH1Z board with the MCU Cog. The connector carries VDD, UART, Flash SPI lines and GPIO signals from MCU cog board. The pinout details are given in the following table
|Hirose connector (P1) pin number||pin name||MCU Cog signal name|
|15||N.C||P.D [GND, 100K]|
|17||SLEEPn||P.U [VDD_RF, 100K]|
Click Here to visit the example software page, and to download the source code from Analog Devices Git repository