LB1001

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The LB1001 is a standard LED board supplied with IB100x interface boards. The LEDs on the board are arranged into 4 groups, each group consisting of one green and one red LED. Although the LB1001 connects to IB100x boards, the actual control of the LEDs is effected from the EM1000 module installed on the NB10x0 board. To turn a certain LED on, set the corresponding general-purpose I/O (GPIO) line LOW. The line has to be configured as output. I/O line control is described in detail in the documentation for the "I/O" (io.) object found inside the "TIDE and Tibbo BASIC Manual". These LED's can also be used to play patterns generated by the ("pattern") .pat object. Correct "mapping" is required for this to work -- see object documentation for details.

Table below shows LED arrangement for this board. LED numbers correspond to the numbers shown on the mechanical drawing for the LB1001.

 

LED #

Color

Resistor value (Ohm)

Function

#8

Red

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO24 of the EM1000 (pin 46 on the interboard connector header).

#7

Green

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO25 of the EM1000 (pin 44 on the interboard connector header).

#11

---

---

<not installed>

#6

Red

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO26 of the EM1000 (pin 42 on the interboard connector header).

#5

Green

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO27 of the EM1000 (pin 40 on the interboard connector header).

#10

---

---

<not installed>

#4

Red

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO28 of the EM1000 (pin 38 on the interboard connector header).

#3

Green

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO29 of the EM1000 (pin 36 on the interboard connector header).

#9

---

---

<not installed>

#2

Red

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO30 of the EM1000 (pin 34 on the interboard connector header).

#1

Green

0(1)

Controlled by the GPIO31 of the EM1000 (pin 32 on the interboard connector header).

 

Note 1. This resistor's value is 0 because there is another resistor connected in series with the EM1000's GPIO line and located on the NB10x0 board.