UnoProLogic USB-CPLD Development System

UnoProLogic2 Hardware Overview


The UnoProLogic is an easy to use
CPLD development system. It includes
a four Channel ADC and built in

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The UnoProLogic makes programmable logic easy with an all
inclusive development platform. It includes an Altera 5M570 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.

UnoProLogic2 Hardware Overview
EPT-5M57-AP-U2 Block Diagram

Hardware Features:

  • Four Channel ADC with 300KS/second
  • Altera 5M570 CPLD with 440 MacroCells
  • 66 MHz Oscillator
  • FTDI FT2232H High Speed USB data transfer
  • 24 User I/O’s with 3.3/5 Volts Selection
  • Four Green LED’s
  • Two PCB switches
The UnoProLogic DVD provides detailed step by step instructions
to quickly guide the user to create a project. 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.
  • Beginners CPLD Development User Manual, includes step by step guide to
    building your first programmable logic project
  • Programming of CPLD from Quartus Prime Software
  • High Speed Data Transfer for Your Arduino or any microcontroller
  • High Speed Clock Available
  • No USB Driver Programming

EPT Quartus Project

Programming the CPLD

The CPLD on the UnoProLogic can be programmed with the code created by the user. Programming is quick and easy. All that is required is a standard USB-C cable and the Quartus Software installed on the PC. There are no extra parts to buy – just plug in the USB cable and connect the UnoProLogic to the PC

Arduino Compatibility

The UnoProLogic has four stackable headers that positioned to allow connection with the Arduino Uno. You can use the CPLD to perform high speed communications, multi sensor fusing or extra storage capacity.

EPT Quartus Project

Connecting To Hobby Electronics Made Easy

The UnoProLogic easily connects to other Hobby Electronics. The durable 74LVC82245 Bus Transceivers allow up to 50mA per Output on the Stackable Headers. This kind of power can drive all kinds of electronics such as long distance cables, LEDs, and high speed electronics.

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 byconnecting seamlessly with Intel’s Quartus Prime Lite
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 tsransparently 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 systemis a unique
combination of hardware and software.
Use the C# examples included in the DVD to create your own display Window on the PC.The user comes complete with tutorial to instruct the user to easily build a Windows program that can display any data from your Arduino or other electronic device. The C# interface uses similar function calls to the Arduino function calls.

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 PC. It sends commands to and receives the data from the UnoProLogic 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”. The traditional USB oscilloscope performs all of its functions down at the hardware level. This includes
  • Collecting samples
  • Setting trigger level
  • Detecting the trigger
  • Storing samples
  • Post processing samples
  • Smoothing algorithms
  • Sorting algorithms
  • Scaling and Searching
These scopes will then send the selected data to be displayed on a laptop. Effectively using the laptop as a dumb terminal. However, the modern laptop is extremely powerful with multi-core processors and multi-threaded operating systems. So, why not take advantage of the processing power on the laptop. This is what the UnoProLogic and UnoProLyzer do so well. The UnoProLogic 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.

Programming Features:

  • Use Active Host API to send/receive data to/from the CPLD
  • Create dynamic/interactive applications between the Arduino and the Windows PC.

Kit Contents

UnoProLogic kit contains the UnoProLogic and a DVD which includes
the User Manual that walks the user through setting up the drivers, software,
how to use to the test application. There is also a full tutorial in writing your
first CPLD project, C# application and Arduino code. All the code for the
projects are included.


85-000010 UnoProLogic USB/PLD Development System User Manual UNO_USB_CPLD_DEV_SYS_UM.pdf
95-000010 UnoProLogic USB/PLD Development System Data Sheet UNO_USB_CPLD_DEV_SYS_DS.pdf
45-000010 UnoProLogic USB-CPLD Development System Project DVD UNO_USB_CPLD_PROJECT_DVD
55-000010 UnoProLogic USB-CPLD Development System Schematics UNOPROLOGIC_SCHEMATICS.PDF
35-000001 EPT Drivers CDM212364_Setup.ZIP
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TMP102 Uno Docking Board

TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board


The TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board
Quickly and easily connects the TMP102 to
the Arduino Uno platform

The EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 is a temperature sensor mounted on a docking board.
The board is designed to fit onto the Arduino Uno platform. It is compatible
with the +5V Arduino’s and requires no external hook wires. Just plug the
EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 into the Arduino and load the code. The TMP102 temperature
sensor power and communications are provided by the docking board connectors
from the Arduino.


UnoProLogic2 Hardware Overview

The EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 is designed for applications that require a robust
connection between the sensor and the Arduino platform. These are applications
where a bread board and hook up wires could fail. Applications where the boards
are subject to vibrations such as robots or industrial environments. The
EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 sensor and docking board provides a tight coupling of the board
to the Arduino platform.

Hardware Features:

  • Uses the TMP102 Sensor from Texas Instruments
  • Robust connection with Arduino Platform
  • 12-bit, 0.0625°C resolution
  • Typical temperature accuracy of ±2.0°C
  • +3.3V sensor
  • Compatible with +3.3V or +5V Arduinos
  • Arduino Stackable Headers allows shield stacking
This docking board is based on the TMP102 Temperature Sensor chip
from Texas Instruments. It can measure the ambient temperature between
-25℃ to +85℃. The temperature is measured with an accuracy of ± 2.0℃
across the temperature range. The TMP102 is capable of reading temperatures
to a resolution of 0.0625°C

The docking board provides a robust method (also convenient for connections)
to connect the TMP102 to an array of Arduino boards. It is compatible
with both +3.3V and +5V Arduinos. There is a power indicator Green LED,
and a user Green LED. It has stackable Headers that allow the board to
plug into an Arduino and allow other boards to stack on top of it.

EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 with Arduino

Coding the Arduino to measure the temperature from the TMP102 is
made quite easy using the “Wire” library. All functions required to
communicate with the sensor are included in the library. This docking
board can be set up and displaying temperature in only a few minutes.
See the TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board Project DVD below
for an Arduino sketch that is complete and ready to take measurements.


85-000010 TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board User Manual TMP102_TEMP_DOCK_UM.pdf
95-000010 TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board Data Sheet TMP102_TEMP_DOCK_DS.pdf
45-000010 TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board Project DVD TMP102_TEMP_SENSOR_PROJECT_DVD
55-000010 TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board Schematics EPT_200TMP_TS_U2_SCHEMATICS.PDF
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EPT-4901-DA-S1 DAC Board

EPT-4901-DA-S1 DAC Board Hardware Overview

Digital To Analog Converter Board

The EPT-4901-DA-S1 is an easy to use
DAC Board. It includes
an eight bit DAC and convinient
Bread Board connections

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This DAC board features the MCP4091 Eight bit Digital to Analog chip. It is designed to fit into a bread board and connect to any Arduino board. The chip operates from a single 2.7V to 5.5V supply with an SPI compatible Serial Peripheral Interface. So, it can accommodate the +3.3V and +5V Arduinos such as the Mini, Mini Pro, Nano.


DAC Board Hardware Overview

Hardware Features:

  • Uses the SPI interface accessible by Arduino Libraries
  • 8-bit, Rail to Rail, Voltage Output DAC
  • Fast Settling Time of 4.5 µs
  • Compatible with +3.3V or +5V interface
  • 8Mb Flash chip utilized in +5V mode only
  • Convenient Bread Board Connectors SMT mounted on bottom
  • Green LED Power Indicator
The EPT-4901-DA-S1 contains a MCP4091 DAC chip. The board can be used to generate any analog voltage from ground to VREF. VREF is determined by a voltage divider using a potentiometer. The potentiometer allows VREF to vary from zero volts to VCC. VCC is determined by the voltage used to power the EPT-4901-DA-S1. The DAC will accept any input digital value from zero to 255 and convert this value to analog. However, VREF determines the step size of each digital value.

Digital to Analog Converter

The MCP4901 is a single channel 8-bit buffered voltage output Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC). The devices operate from a single 2.7V to 5.5V supply with an SPI compatible Serial Peripheral Interface. The user can configure the full-scale range of the device to be VREF or 2*VREF by setting the gain selection option bit (gain of 1 of 2).
The device be can shut down by setting the Configuration Register bit. In Shutdown mode, most of the internal circuits are turned off for power savings, and the output amplifier is configured to present a known high resistance output load (500 kΩ typical).
The device include double-buffered registers, allowing synchronous updates of the DAC output using the LDAC pin. These devices also incorporate a Power-on Reset (POR) circuit to ensure reliable powerup.
The device utilizes a resistive string architecture, with its inherent advantages of low Differential Non-Linearity (DNL) error and fast settling time. This device is specified over the extended temperature range (+125°C).

VREF Potentiometer

The EPT-4901-DA-S1 board includes a 20K potentiometer. This pot forms a voltage divider with a second resistor to vary the voltage applied to VREF. This varied voltage provides an amplitude control for the Analog Out voltage.


By varying the VREF, the accuracy of the DAC can be improved. This is because the analog output step size between each DAC digital word is reduced. For example, if the VREF is set to 5V, the analog output step size is 5V/256 (Digital Steps) = 0.0195V per step. If the VREF is set to 2.5V, the analog output step size is 2.5V/256 (Digital Steps) = 0.00976V per step. The smaller the analog step size (or quanta), the more accurate the analog signal can be.


85-000010 MCP4901 Digital To Analog Converter Board User Manual EPT_4901_DAC_UM.pdf
95-000010 MCP4901 Digital To Analog Converter Board Data Sheet EPT_4901_DAC_DS.pdf
45-000010 MCP4901 Digital To Analog Converter Board Project DVD EPT-4901-DAC-PROPJECT_DVD
55-000010 MCP4901 Digital To Analog Converter Board Schematics EPT_4901_DA_SCHEMATICS.PDF
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SWD Blaster MCU Programmer

SWD Blaster Hardware Overview


The SWD Blaster is an easy to use
ARM MCU Programmer Compatible with IAR
Embedded Workbench. It provides
full functional in circuit debugging
for most ARM Cortex A/R/M MCUs.

Embedded Workbench Project

The SWD Blaster is a stand alone programmer for use with IAR
Embedded Workbench and capable of debugging most ARM MCU’s. It includes
the I-Jet On Board Module from IAR. The SWD Blaster has a maximum speed
of 8MHz. I-jet provides a fast debugging platform via JTAG and SWD/SWO
with download speeds of up to 1.89 MByte/sec and support for SWO speeds
of up to 60MHz.

SWD Blaster Programming Overview
SWD Blaster Callouts Diagram

Hardware Features:

  • I-Jet OB Module from IAR (No License Needed)
  • USB-C connection
  • 20 Pin 0.1 Inch Header for connection to target MCU
  • Reset Pushbutton for target MCU
  • Connection and Status LEDs
  • Fast Debugging, 8MHz via SWD/SWO
  • Download Speeds of 1.89 Mbyte/Sec
  • Supported by full IAR Embedded Workbench Debug Software
  • Supports all ARM Cortex A/R/M MCU’s from most vendors
The board is powered by USB and connects to target MCU’s via the
20 pin 0.1 Inch header. The SWD Blaster does not require a license.
The USB driver for the board is included in the IAR Embedded
Workbench software. The board is plug and play and includes a reset
pushbutton switch to reset the target.

EPT I-Jet Connection Project

EPT I-Jet Connection Project

Programming ARM MCUs

The SWD Blaster must have the IAR Embedded Workbench installed on the
PC. The USB driver is included in the software. Once installed, connect the
SWD Blaster using a USB-C cable. Connect the USB cable to a port on the Host PC.
Connect the SWD Signals to the target MCU.
Use the Embedded Workbench software to connect to the target board.

The SWD Blaster will show up under Device Manager as the I-Jet.
When the Embedded Workbench software is open, the user can select
I-Jet from the Options Window of the user project.
Write user code, compile, download and start debugging.

SWD Blaster Functionality

The SWD Blaster provides the full functionality of the
Embedded Workbench software. The user can Download, Debug, Step
Go, Pause execution of user code.
The OBM provides full SWD JTAG in circuit emulation. The emulation
speed is limited to 8MHz. However, this speed is more than adequate
for most applications. The OBM provides all of the debugging power of
the IAR Embedded Workbench. The user can:

  • compile user code
  • download, debug
  • step over functions
  • step into functions
  • run to cursor
  • run full program
  • pause
  • view all registers
  • set breakpoints
  • execute to breakpoints
  • add variables to Watch
  • probe variables
  • and all other functionality

Embedded Workbench Project

Getting Started with Microcontrollers Made Easy

The SWD Blaster comes with a User Manual that walks the user through
getting started with their first Microcontroller (MCU) project development.
The User Manual explains how to get the free version of IAR Embedded Workbench
and download and install onto the users PC.

The User Manual will show to the user how to use Board Support Package
such as STM32CubeMX. This software provides a graphical tool that allows
configuring the STM32 microcontrollers very easily and generate a complete
C project for IAR.
STM32CubeMX is free for users. The manual will walk the user through
download and install process. Then, it will explain how to set up your
first ARM MCU project, GPIO selection, Clock configuration and Peripheral

ARM Code Development

The SWD Blaster User Manual provides an introduction
to getting the user set up and working with their first
ARM MCU project. After setting up the project using a BSP
(Board Support Package), the manual walks the user through
how to open a project in IAR EW. The user will make modifications
to the default project. The user is instructed to blink an LED
attached to a GPIO on the MCU. The manual will explain how to
compile the user code, download the code and start the debug
process on the target MCU. The User Manual explains the basic
features of the debugger environment. It explains the use of
breakpoints, watch variables and variable search.
The SWD Blaster and User Manuals, Data sheets and example
projects will expertly assist getting even the most basic
user up and running with their first ARM Code Project.


85-001000 SWD Blaster MCU Programmer User Manual EPT_SWD_BLASTER_UM_V6.pdf
95-001000 SWD Blaster MCU Programmer Data Sheet SWD_BLASTER_DS_V2.pdf
45-001000 SWD Blaster MCU Programmer Project DVD SWD_BLASTER_MCU_PROJECT_1.0_DVD
55-001000 SWD Blaster MCU Programmer Schematics EPT_IOBM_PT_W2_V1.SCHEMATIC.PDF
35-001000 SWD Blaster Drivers CDM212364_Setup.ZIP
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