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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Hi Weerasak, You'll have a customer right here for one of these (possible two as I might buy another UB1). The features as you have described would be fine.

    Thanks for all your hard work and great products.



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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Any possibility feature to use for lathe/turn ?



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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Breakout boards don't have special features for lathe use. And UCCNC doesn't have a lathe mode at this time.

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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Hi Weerasak

    Any kind of updated ETA on these. I'm starting to put together my ATC and i wanted to use this for the IO.

    Thanks
    Derek



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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Hi Guys,
    I finished designing. I'm in the process of generating files for PCB manufacturer.It would take up a month to have first prototype.
    Please look into partial zoom picture. Are there wording and sentences need to be corrected?

    Thanks
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    Hello Guys,

    I'd like update the development of UD1. The UB1/5LPT Daughterboard. Soon after I received the PCB. I took another two days to assembly 3 pair (2 pcs for one panel) of them, mostly spend time in setting pick and place machine. There are two version of components. One is NPN inputs version. Another is Universal inputs version that able to accept both NPN and PNP and AC inputs.

    Notice that on Universal version below, Those the green lights are PNP inputs connection and the red are NPN inputs connection. The inputs can be configured thru common pin, by connecting to 0V, 24V and 5V.



    The picture below, the UD1 is paired with the CNCDrive 5LPT board. The UD1 supplies 5V power to 5LPT thru pin 26 of LPT4, LPT5.

    In this configuration. There is no need for additional 5V power supply for UC300ETH. The current meter shows 348mA power consumption for both UD1, 5LPT-UC300ETH. There is another 250mA left for driving other things, such as motor drives, etc.

    The dc2dc module on UD1 able to supply at maximum 600mA. So, if your configuration consume more than this, the external 5V power supply is a must.



    There is always few mistakes or at least a mistake even I try hard not to overlook tiny things.
    From the trial, I found few mistakes for this version. So, please forgive me as I need another month to finish it ;-).

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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Looks great. Like everyone I'm sure, I would rather wait a little longer for a board you are happy with for sure.

    I'm getting pretty close to finishing my ATC that I plan on using this on. Hopefully the timing will work out. Is it still like a month for shipping to the USA or has that improved.

    Thanks
    Derek



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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    You can always use FedEx and get it in a week.

    I think it's closer to 2-3 weeks normally.
    My MB2 took about 4, but that was during Christmas.

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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    any update on this daughterboard ?



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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Hi All,

    Yes, I made further progress. Pictures below shows the new version under testing.
    It corrects few mistakes from last time which were.
    -CP logic >> Now the user can cancel CP function from K5 relay and able to use it as normal on/off relay
    -Relay orientation >> Now, the orientation same as UB1 motherboard.
    -Output logic not correct during initial time when using with 5LPT product >> The new design has 2 mode: UB1 and 5LPT.

    The UD1 comes in 2 versions: The universal input type (U-Type) and the NPN input type (N-type). The U-type able to handle variety of input types including DC voltage source (PNP) and sink (NPN), at 5V and 24V. It can be used with AC input as well. On the other hand, The N-Type is limit to use with sink (NPN) at 5V and 24V volt level Only.

    I need more few days to test the new design. If all goes well, I should have product already for sale within 6 weeks.
    So, Now I need to make a manual by getting help from Gerry.
    I also need to make new testing tool because the new design, the input can be both NPN and PNP. One input need to be tested twice.

    Thanks,
    Weerasak

    2018-03-04_03-32-18 by Weerasak Kanjanarait, on Flickr

    2018-03-04_03-32-43 by Weerasak Kanjanarait, on Flickr



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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    If the U type can do what the N type does (NPN), then why do you need two different versions?

    Gerry

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    Default Re: UB1 Daughterboard - What features?

    Hi Gerry,

    Because of some components in U-Type are special, not widely used and more expensive than N-type. Overall, This make U-type more expensive than U-type around 20%.

    Thanks,
    Weerasak



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