This shall show incoming characters for debugging the serial line.
New Features: - Pulldown resistor on the MOSFET gate for fewer chances to blow it. - Screw terminal footprint on the power supply side removed again, because it turned out these terminals fit into the holes for the disk power connector just fine.
New Features: - 16 MHz bootloaders actually work. - Rebased on Arduino 1.0.3.
That's Arduino IDE's new file suffix.
Now, this was an unexpected one: the Gen7 Arduino IDE Support package's bootloader didn't work on 16 MHz chips and nobody told me! Finally, Simon Fitzback is my hero. He told me about the fault, I modified a Gen7 to 16 MHz found it myself. A really small change. The technical cause is, the single speed UART clock ist too inaccurate for 16 MHz. Double speed is better. On 20 MHz, both clocls are equally accurate, see ATmega's data sheet.
New Features: - Better, bigger MOSFET (IRLB8743). - Option for a screw terminal power supply.
- The USB adapter is now on the main board. Pretty much what's on the ExtentionBoard-USB-B already, making this obsolete. - Noise cancelling coil for AVcc now 10 uH. This makes Gen7 compatible with firmwares supporting LCD displays. Previously, hooking up a display would trigger the brown-out-detector often.
New design. Features: - Establish USB connectivity using the Microchip MCP2200. - Plugs into the Extension Board header. - Makes the USB-TTL adapter obsolete.
New Features: - Distinction between extruder and bed circuitry. - Bigger MOSFET for the heated bed, making the heatsink obsolete.
New Features: - Added the extension header. - Moved motor heaters from KK156 to KK100 ones. - Reduced the number of endstops to 3. - Connect the thermistor to 5V Standby. - Better GND routing for even more accurate temperature readings. - Resistors between ATmega and MOSFETs now 10 Ohms.
New Features: - It exists :-)
New Features: - Updated the Gen7 Arduino IDE Support package for Arduino 1.0.
As avrdude always sends complete flash memory pages, there's no point in tracking distinct counters for pages to be erased vs. pages to be written.
Formerly, the status of the second heater was undefined, which sometimes led to user confusion.
This is a somewhat questionable feature, as a programmer is required to clear these lock bits again.
This is a purely cosmetical change.
Git apparently deletes emptied directories now, so we have to uncommit the old release first, then clean up the file system. Also, .zip and .png are ignored by git now, so we have to force-add them.
This is for use right after assembly, to make sure basic things work. Nothing fancy, but it compiles in the Arduino IDE.
The misalignment was probably introduced unintentionally.
The previous one wasn't unambiguous and nobody told me for several months ... uäääh!
Another cosmetics without functional change.
Also purely cosmetic.
Just a cosmetic change.