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Newbie lordpagano
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Need help with some pin names for a Spartan 3E based Digilent Basys

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Hi everyone, I'm making an alarm clock and it's already working but it lacks the ":" between the hours and the minutes. The problem is, I don't know the name of that pin. I may use the decimal point aswell (the one noted as DP on the manual) but again, I don't know the name (P??). I've already googled it, read once and again the user manual but without results. Please someone help me with this, I'm sure there are others with the same problem.

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Newbie lordpagano
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Re: Need help with some pin names for a Spartan 3E based Digilent Basys

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Emm...... I searched a bit more and found the master .UCF file. The display has the ":" between the HH : MM, but looks like it's not soldered to the board.
Anyway, I'll put a link to the master .UCF file for those who may need it.

 

http://www.digilentinc.com/Data/Products/BASYS/BasysRevEGeneral.zip

 

By the way, the decimal point pin (cathode) is P22.

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Newbie lordpagano
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Re: Need help with some pin names for a Spartan 3E based Digilent Basys

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Emm...... I searched a bit more and found the master .UCF file. The display has the ":" between the HH : MM, but looks like it's not soldered to the board.
Anyway, I'll put a link to the master .UCF file for those who may need it.

 

http://www.digilentinc.com/Data/Products/BASYS/BasysRevEGeneral.zip

 

By the way, the decimal point pin (cathode) is P22.

Message Edited by lordpagano on 04-27-2010 09:52 PM
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