There are two configurations for the VOXL Microhard kits.
- VOXL Add-on that plugs directly into VOXL’s board to board connector
- Standalone USB Dongle
This datasheet describes the standalone USB dongle. Microhard Add-on information can be found in this Datasheet
- Board Connections and I/O
- Slave Configuration
- Mechanical Drawings
|Part Number||Silkscreen Marking||Description|
|MH-SA-2||M0048 REV A||* Added proper power input connector (SM02B-SFHRS-TF) |
* Moved to LAN7500 ethernet controller for better compatibility with Android
|MH-SA-1||M0012 REV A||Initial Release|
|Dimensions||49 x 40mm|
|Antenna Connector||?? UFL-R-SMT-110|
|USB2 Host Connectors||4 Position JST GH, Vertical, BM04B-GHS-TBT|
|USB2 Host Mating Connector||JST GHR-04V-S|
|M0048 Configuration||5V Power Consumption (mA)|
|Baseline (USB Hub, Glue Logic, All LEDs ON)||315|
|Baseline plus Qty-2 USB Peripherals at Max 500mA*||1375|
|Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + Microhard 900MHz @ 10dBm||2800|
|Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + Microhard 900MHz @ 30dBm||3700|
|Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + Microhard 2400MHz @ 10dBm||2500|
|Baseline + Qty-2 DS USB* + Microhard 2400MHz @ 30dBm||3100|
*For each of the two downstream peripherals removed from the hub, subtract 500mA plus ~30mA logic from the power requirement.
External 5VDC input required. Included in the kit is the 5V Stand Alone Dongle Cable, v1 MCBL-00017.
You can connect up to two USB-clients to the
USB2 Host ports on the top of the board. A MCBL-00009 cable can be used, this is a 4-pin JST to USB Female Type A cable.
You can connect the carrier board to a host computer using the USB port on the bottom of the baord. An
MCBL-00006 cable can be used to connect to a host comptuter (4-pin JST to USB) or the
MCBL-00010 stub cable, which is a 4-pin JST to microUSB female cable.
|10||Illuminates solid |
|11||Illuminates solid |
|12||Illuminates solid |
Can be used to reset all settings to default values required for a Slave module.
To reset all settings to the default values required for a Slave module, press and hold the
CFG Button, once the
CPU LED begins to flash, continue to hold for 5 seconds, then release.
The module will then reset all settings to the default values required for a Slave module
Note: These 3D files contain all components on them. Some board configurations do not install “DNI” certain connectors or components. Please refer to the included diagrams and design schematics for more detailed information