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fcm4711
2005-03-11, 15:15
Hi Marc

Here are the specs of the SB1 geekport from an older
posting. I am afraid that without changing SB1's firm-
ware the only useful input is the infrared/monitor
pin.
But on this pin the firmware is expecting a valid
infrared
code so one would need to emulate that.

BTW: i2c cannot be used because SB1 firmware is only
capable of sending information from SlimServer to
SB1, but not the other way round.

Felix

--- Sean Adams <sadams (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> 1 gnd
> 2 +5V
> 3 +3.3V
> 4 +2.5V
> 5 synchronous serial debug output, clock
> 6 synchronous serial debug output, data
> 7 i2c clock
> 8 i2c data
> 9 infrared input/monitor
> 10 general-purpose i/o (doesn't do anything yet)
> 11 s/pdif enable indicator (may be used to drive
> remote amplifier
> turn-on)
> 12 s/pdif output 0 to 3.3V
> 13 ethernet activity LED (may be re-purposed
later)
> 14 ethernet link LED ""
> 15 decoder reset line (not really useful)
> 16 mixer input: analog left
> 17 mixer input: analog right
> 18 mixer input: s/pdif (0-3.3V CMOS input)



--- Marc Sherman <msherman (AT) projectile (DOT) ca> wrote:
> Jack Coates wrote:
> >
> > I don't know what sort of command set the geek
> connector gives you,
> > but soldering a big button to it is probably the
> best way to go at
> > this.
> >
>
> That's what I thought. Sean et al, are there any
> specs for the SB1
> geekport available?
>
> - Marc
>
>