1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 21, 2016 11:09 AM by antran

    Edison pins mapping, Arduino - Mini-breakout

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      To program the Edison+Mini-breakout with Arduino IDE or Cylon.js, one need to find out the corresponding Arduino pin numbers on the mini-breakout. It can be done by matching pin definition tables in Intel Edison Arduino Board Hardware Guide and Intel Edison Breakout Board Hardware Guide, I have made a matched table myself, to make things easier.

       

      You can find out the pin matrix definition on the backside of the mini-breakout board, where rows are marked as J17 ~ J20, and the columns goes from 1 to 14.

       

      ArduinoGPIOmini-breakoutPWMDescription
      IO0 GP130J18 - pin 13
      IO1 GP131J19 - pin 8
      IO2 GP128J17 - pin 14
      IO3 GP12J18 - pin 7 PWM0
      IO4 GP129J18 - pin 12
      IO5 GP13J18 - pin 1 PWM1
      IO6 GP182J17 - pin 1 PWM2
      IO7 GP48J19 - pin 6
      IO8 GP49J20 - pin 6
      IO9 GP183J18 - pin 8 PWM3
      IO10 GP41J20 - pin 10
      IO11 GP43J19 - pin 11
      IO12 GP42J20 - pin 9
      IO13 GP40J19 - pin 10
      IO14 (A0) GP44J19 - pin 4
      IO15 (A1) GP45J20 - pin 4
      IO16 (A2) GP46J19 - pin 5
      IO17 (A3) GP47J20 - pin 5
      IO18 (A4) GP14J19 - pin 9
      IO19 (A5) GP165J18 - pin 2
      GNDJ19 - pin 3
      VsysJ20 - pin 1 System input power. 3.15 to 4.5 V
      1.8vJ19 - pin 2 System 1.8 V I/O output power.
      3.3vJ20 - pin 2 System 3.3 V output.
      VINJ17 - pin 4 7 to 15 V.