Difference between revisions of "RaceCapturePro installation guide"
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Revision as of 16:30, 6 March 2013
- 1 Overview
- 2 RaceCapture/Pro External Connections
- 2.1 Terminal block connections
- 2.2 Expansion Port
- 2.3 SD Card Slot
- 2.4 USB Port
- 2.5 LED Indicators
- 2.6 Pushbutton
- 2.7 Communication Ports
- 3 Internal Switches / Jumpers
RaceCapture/Pro External Connections
Terminal block connections
Connections facing terminal block, from left to right.
- Analog/Frequency out 4
- Analog/Frequency out 3
- Analog/Frequency out 2
- Analog/Frequency out 1
- +5V Voltage reference
- Analog input 7
- Analog input 6
- Analog input 5
- Analog input 4
- Analog input 3
- Analog input 2
- Analog input 1
- General purpose input/output 3
- General purpose input/output 2
- General purpose input/output 1
- Frequency/pulse input 3
- Frequency/pulse input 2
- Frequency/pulse input 1
Connect RaceCapture/Pro to a power source between 9 and 24V. To fully support all devices and outputs, provide at least a 5A fused connection.
Analog Inputs 1-7
- Active Sensors/Signals
The Analog Input Channels accept a 0-5v input signal (protected up to 45V). Connect the input from a sensor to the appropriate connection of the terminal block.
- Resistive sensor
When connecting resistive style sensors, like many temperature and pressure sensors, one terminal of the sensor is connected to ground, and the other is connected to the Analog input, with a pullup resistor connected to the +5V Voltage Reference on the terminal block. A 2.2K resistor is recommended for most applications. Our Sensor Breakout Board provides a convenient way to wire up 7 sensors to the RaceCapture/Pro.
5V Voltage Reference
Analog/Frequency Outputs 1-4
General Input/Output Channels 1-3
- When configured for input, the channel accepts a 0-5v input (protected up to 45V). Each input channel has a built-in 10K pullup resistor connected to 5V.
- When configured for output, the channel provides an open-drain output that can drive 1A and is thermal / over-current protected with inductive load clamping. When the output is deactivated, a 1K ohm pull-up to +5v is present.
Frequency/Pulse Input 1-3
These input channels can be used to time the duration between digital pulses for purposes of measuring RPM, shaft speed, and so on. The input accepts 0-5V (protected up to 45V). Each input has a built-in 10K pullup resistor connected to 5V.
The RJ45 Expansion port located next to the terminal block is provided for future sensor / control expansion.
SD Card Slot
The SD card slot is used to store datalogging sessions. 512MB to 32GB cards are supported.
Used for configuring RaceCapture Pro via Race Analyzer.
- Power LED
Indicates the unit is powered up (via 12v supply or USB)
Indicates GPS Activity. Slow flash (1Hz) indicates GPS is actively acquiring. Fast flash (5Hz for 5Hz GPS; 10Hz for 10Hz GPS) indicates GPS is locked on to satellites.
Indicates Telemetry Logging Activity. The flash rate matches the channel with the highest configured logging rate.
Press to manually start / stop a logging session. Note this may be overridden by any on-board scripts that may automatically start or stop logging.
The communication ports a standard RS232 serial connection with power (up to 5v at 1.5A)
- Port 1
Used for telemetry expansion module
- Port 2
used for GPS module
Internal Switches / Jumpers
4 position DIP switch (SW1)
GPIO configuration jumpers
The reset push-button, if installed, is used as a hard reset for the running firmware.
The test push-button, if installed, is used to load the factory bootloader for re-writing flash. Also see: How to flash RaceCapture/Pro firmware
The JTAG header is used to debug or program the RaceCapture/Pro firmware. This is not needed for normal operation