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The UT51 includes the simple programming language Tiny Machine Basic already programmed into the microcontroller, or it can be reprogrammed using any number of software development tools available for similar Atmel microcontrollers.
Note: If the UT51 is mounted in the optional enclosure and a ribbon cable is installed in J1,
the strain relief section of the cable is not used so that there is clearance for the lid.
Powered by USB port-
Voltage: 5 volts DC nominal at USB connector
Current: 16 mA for USB interface and microcontroller section only, no outputs sourcing current, no external loads
Microcontroller section: Approximately 3 volts
Microcontroller section power out available at terminal block: 40mA
Powered at terminal block-
Voltage: 2.4 to 5.5 volts DC regulated
Current: 8 mA at +5V with no outputs sourcing current
Logic level I/O signals:
Source current: .5 ma from pullup resistor
Sink current: 20ma each pin, 80 ma total steady state
Temperature: 0-50 degrees Celsius (32-122 Fahrenheit)
Humidity: 30 to 80 percent, non-condensing
The limitations of the logic level signals are basically the same as those of the microcontroller chip installed. For more information on the limitations of these signals, see the microcontroller chip data sheet.
The 8 port bits of P1 are available on both screw terminal blocks and on J1, a shrouded and keyed male 10 pin IDC connector, with an industry standard pinout that includes micrcontroller power and ground. The +V signal is the same power that is used by the microcontroller circuitry on the UT51 and can be used to power external devices within the current limits of the USB interface module.
Note: If the UT51 is powered from the USB port, the microcontroller section will operating at approximately 3 volts and the microcontroller logic level signals may not be suitable for 5 volt logic I/O.