3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 31, 2014 10:22 AM by Fish

    Galileo Gen 2 IO Mapping Document?

    rwaldron

      I'm looking for the equivalent of this: Intel® Galileo IO Mapping, but for Gen 2. No such document was ever added to Intel Galileo Gen 2 Development Board Documents

        • 1. Re: Galileo Gen 2 IO Mapping Document?
          JPMontero_Intel

          Hi rwaldron

           

          Currently there is no such document, but you can use the Galileo Gen 2 schematic https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-22895 to figure out the IO mapping.

           

          Regards,
          JPMontero_Intel

          • 2. Re: Galileo Gen 2 IO Mapping Document?
            rwaldron

            Thanks.

             

            It's really unfortunate that Intel appears to have very little regard for the actual developer-users of the Galileo platform. The documentation is beyond poor: it's bankrupt. That document you've linked me to? I read that before I posted my question—I'd prefer to avoid manually typing out all of the mappings. Is it really that hard for Intel to generate a table and dump it into a PDF? Or even an HTML document?

            • 3. Re: Galileo Gen 2 IO Mapping Document?
              Fish

              I found this IO Map or table on Emutex Labs website.

              EmutexLabs

               

              Can anyone use the IO Map here and Linux testing to see why my program below works on the Gen 1 but not Gen 2 ?

              G2IOMAP_1.JPGG2IOMAP_2.JPG

               

              LM35_Connection_TO_R3.JPG

              I discovered a problem between the Galileo Gen 1 and the Galileo Gen 2 boards.

              This simple program runs on the Gen 1, but has a problem on the Galileo Gen 2.

              float temp;
              int tempPin = 3;

              void setup()
              {
                 Serial.begin(115200);
              }

              void loop()
              {
                 temp = analogRead(tempPin);
                 temp = temp * 0.48828125;
                 Serial.print("TEMPRATURE = ");
                 Serial.print(temp);
                 Serial.print("*C");
                 Serial.println();
                 delay(1000);
              }

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