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    Default New UC300ETH breakout board.

    CNC Room just told me they are having their prototype PCB's made for their new UB1 breakout board.
    It'll have similar specs to the MB2, but the UC300ETH will plug right into the board, so no 5LPT motherboard or ribbon cables required.

    -15mm taller than MB2. but same width.
    - 2 none-isolated analog input, 5v and 10v tolerant select able .
    - 2 isolated analog outputs. they are 2 PWM channels of UC300ETH.
    - 3 relays.
    - 8 inputs safety circuit.
    - There are 5V isolated inputs for TTL device as well. The users can hook up low voltage MPG.
    - All 5 LPT ports and pins accessible. 3 isolated ports, same as MB2. 2 non-isolate ports, as extended header .

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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    Quote Originally Posted by ger21 View Post
    CNC Room just told me they are having their prototype PCB's made for their new UB1 breakout board.
    It'll have similar specs to the MB2, but the UC300ETH will plug right into the board, so no 5LPT motherboard or ribbon cables required.

    -15mm taller than MB2. but same width.
    - 2 none-isolated analog input, 5v and 10v tolerant select able .
    - 2 isolated analog outputs. they are 2 PWM channels of UC300ETH.
    - 3 relays.
    - 8 inputs safety circuit.
    - There are 5V isolated inputs for TTL device as well. The users can hook up low voltage MPG.
    - All 5 LPT ports and pins accessible. 3 isolated ports, same as MB2. 2 non-isolate ports, as extended header .
    And now this board became hell lot more tempting! Have been looking at uc300eth for a while

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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    This is interesting.
    I just received my MB2 today with the intention of doing as you did with a UC300 and making up a small adapter plate with acrylic.
    This will make a much better overall solution so I will definetley be buying one of these once they are available.

    Thankfully I have an ESS which I can drop onto the MB2 later so that it doesn't go to waste.



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    Lightbulb Re: UB1 UC300ETH breakout board.

    Hi friends,

    Firstly, thank you to Gerry who inspires me to make a good looking breakout board for UCCNC software and its UC300ETH.

    I received 20 pieces of prototype PCB back from the manufacturer 2 days ago. Today, I’ve managed to have my first UB1 prototype. I spent almost a whole day to setup my PNP (pick n place) machine and made a board as shown in the attached pictures.

    Next few days I will test UB1 board and hope that I wouldn’t find any mistake. The following is the areas I want to test.


    • Noise generating and immunity.
    • Heat dissipation
    • Current consumption on DC2DC converter.
    • Functional in various circuits.


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    Default Re: UB1 UC300ETH breakout board.

    Quote Originally Posted by vrasak View Post
    Hi friends,

    Firstly, thank you to Gerry who inspires me to make a good looking breakout board for UCCNC software and its UC300ETH.

    I received 20 pieces of prototype PCB back from the manufacturer 2 days ago. Today, I’ve managed to have my first UB1 prototype. I spent almost a whole day to setup my PNP (pick n place) machine and made a board as shown in the attached pictures.

    Next few days I will test UB1 board and hope that I wouldn’t find any mistake. The following is the areas I want to test.


    • Noise generating and immunity.
    • Heat dissipation
    • Current consumption on DC2DC converter.
    • Functional in various circuits.


    Thanks
    Wee
    www.CNCRoom.com
    Looking good this will be a good pick foe me when doing the change to uc300eth and uccnc.. just have to get the incime for it first (i mainly let the machine pay for itself)

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    Default Re: UB1 UC300ETH breakout board.

    Put me down for one of these once you are happy.



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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    Dang it! I just bought the MB2-UC300ETH-5LPT setup for my new machine. This looks so much better. Does the UB1 have the same footprint? I see the width is the same. Is the length the same? Just wondering if it would drop in to the same mounting holes as the MB2.



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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    The 3rd pic shows both the UB1 and MB2.
    The UB1 is a little larger.

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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    Thanks. I couldn't quite tell from the pic.

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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    I think when he said 15mm taller, he meant longer (or wider, depending on how you look at it.)

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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    Just wanted to highlight a couple of things on this thread.

    Firstly, thanks to Gerry for linking to the MB2 on his site, I was unaware of these products before.
    I have mine sat in front of me now and I am very pleased with it.
    I had been planning on another CSMIO for my new build but the MB2 delivers the main advantages of the CSMIO namely differential line drivers and 24v capable I/O for a fraction of the cost.

    Secondly I'd like to thank Vrasak for so quickly jumping on the opportunity of producing a board customized for the UC300eth. I will buy one as soon as they are available and report back with my experiences.

    Lastly I'd like to point out what a neat and professional board the MB2 is. I've had a number of controllers and breakout boards over the years and with the exception of the CSMIO (very high cost and only mach3/4 support) the MB2 is miles ahead of all the others in terms of build quality, layout and features. Real value for money.



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    Default Re: New UC300ETH breakout board.

    Yes, it really is a fantastic board.

    I was looking for a 24V breakout board, when someone sent me a link to the MB2. I'd never seen it before, like most people.
    As you say, the quality is very high, loads of features, and extremely easy to use. The fact that it's cheaper than anything else is icing on the cake.

    Weerasak told me the UB1 has twice the components of the MB2, so the price will be higher. But I'm sure it will still be a bargain.

    Gerry

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