The UnoProLogic2 is an easy to use CPLD development system. It includes a built in programmer and High Speed USB interface.Designed by Earth People Technology, Ships from United States of America
Designed and Assembled in the United States of America The UnoProLogic2 makes programmable logic easy with an all inclusive development platform. It includes an Altera EPM570 CPLD, JTAG programmer,...Read More…
Designed and Assembled in the United States of America
The UnoProLogic2 makes programmable logic easy with an all inclusive development platform. It includes an Altera EPM570 CPLD, JTAG programmer, and a four channel ADC with 300KS/second sample rate. You can create your HDL code, program it into the CPLD and interact with the hardware via a Windows PC.
The UnoProLogic2 DVD provides detailed step by step instructions to quickly guide the user to create a project. The entire Quartus II software is included on the DVD. This let's you bypass the lengthly download process involved in getting the 4.6 GB file. Once the Quartus software is on your desktop, we will show you how to create a project, write you first LED blinky code, compile and program the CPLD.
The CPLD on the EPT-570-AP can be programmed with the HDL project created by the user. Programming is quick and easy. All that is required is a standard USB cable with a Mini Type B connector, and the EPT Blaster Driver DLL installed on the PC. There are no extra parts to buy - just plug in the USB cable and connect the EPT-570-AP to the PC.
Programmable Logic Code Development
It also provides a high speed data transfer mechanism between an Arduino board and a host PC. The EPT USB-CPLD development system provides a convenient, user-friendly work flow by connecting seamlessly with Altera’s Quartus II software. The user will develop the code in the Quartus environment on a Windows Personal Computer.
The programmable logic code is loaded into the CPLD using only the Quartus Programmer tool and a standard USB cable. The Active Host SDK provides a highly configurable communications interface between Arduino and host. It connects transparently with the Active Transfer Library in the CPLD code. This Active Host/Active Transfer combination eliminates the complexity of designing a USB communication system. No scheduling USB transfers, USB driver interface or inf file changes are needed. The EPT USB-CPLD development system is a unique combination of hardware and software. Schematics
Use the C# examples included in the DVD to create your own display Window on the PC.
4 Channel Analog to Digital Converter
Examine four analog channels running up to 300 KSamples/second. The hardware has been simplified to remove extra cost. The input signals are limited to 0 to +5Volts and the sample rate is shared across all four channels. If you run one channel only, it will take advantage of the 300KSamples/second. If you run four channels, each channel will have a maximum sample rate of 75 KSamples/second.
The UnoProLyzer Application
The UnoProLyzer is an Open Source Oscilloscope Application created by Earth People Technology. This application runs on a Windows 7/8 PC. It sends commands to and receives the data from the UnoProLogic2 and stores each channel data in its own separate buffer in memory. The UnoProLyzer collects all samples from each channel by streaming across up to four dedicated communication “pipes”. It then performs the oscilloscope functions at the software level. This includes
The UnoProLogic2 takes advantage of the laptop and its extremely powerful multi-core processors and multi-threaded operating system. The UnoProLogic2 is effectively an ADC on a "stick". The Windows software does all of the heavy lifting. The result is a powerful four channel oscilloscope in a relatively inexpensive hardware package.
The UnoProLogic2 commands the ADC to start a conversion on the channels selected by the user. It then waits for the ADC to complete the conversion on all channels. It transfers the data for each channel across its own dedicated communication pipe. Then starts the process over again. The UnoProLyzer application will accept each data word and decode the pipe number it came across. It stores each word into a separate buffer for each channel. The UnoProLyzer then performs post processing on each data word. It performs trigger detection, smoothing, sorting, scaling and searching. It then displays the data set in 500 data point segments.
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