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23. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 22 Find attached a picture regarding the position of the external power inputs: The standard, Part 1 of IEC 61010, sets the general safe ty requirements for the following types of electrical devices and their accessories, regardless of where use of the device is intended. The equipment must be powered from an external power source in accordance with IEC 61010 - 1, whose output is MBTS and is limited in power according to section 9.4 of IEC 61010 - 1. WARINING: Once the equipment is installed inside an electrical cabinet, the MTBS cables of the equipment must be separated from the dangerous voltage cables.

41. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 40 - Tighten the screws of the terminal ports and the screws of the connectors within the prescribed tightening torque. Insufficient tightening can lead to loose parts or wires and cause malfunctions. Excessive tightening can damage the screws and / or the module, with the risk of falling, short circuits and malfunctions. - Before handling a module, dispose of the electrostatic charge accumulated by the human body by touching a suitable conductive objec t. Failure to observe this precaution may cause faults or malfunctions of the module. Repair note: If the equipment is suitable to be repaired, it must be verified that the equipment remains in a safe state after repair .

26. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 25 send_serial() { echo - ne ${2} > ${ 1 } SERIAL_DATALEN= "$(echo ${2} | wc - c)" } flush_serial() { T= "$(echo " scale= 3 ; ${SERIAL _ DATABITS} * ${ SERIAL_DATALEN} / ${SERIAL _ RATE}" | bc) " sleep ${T} } receive_serial_byte() { dd if=" ${1}" bs= 1 count= 1 2 > /dev/null } receive_serial() { dd if = "${1}" bs= 1 2 > /dev/null } enable_rs485() { enable_serial "${RS485_PORT}" ${ @ } enable _ output "${RS485 _ RE}" enable_output "${RS485_DE}" clear_output "${RS485_RE}" clear_output "${RS485_DE}" } disable_rs485() { disable_output "${RS485_RE}" disable_output "$ {RS485_DE}" } send_rs485_full() { set_output "${RS485_DE}" send_serial "${RS485_PORT}" "${1}" flush_serial clear_output "${RS485_DE}" } send_rs485_half() { set_output "${RS485_RE}" set_output "${RS485_DE}" send_serial "${RS485_PORT}" "${1}" flush_serial clear_output "${RS485_DE}" clear_output "${RS485_RE}" } receive_rs485_byte() { receive_serial_byte "${RS485_PORT}" } receive_rs485() { receive_serial "${RS485_PORT}" } enable_rs232() { disable_rs485 enable_serial "${RS232_POR T}" ${ @ } } send _ rs232( ) { send_serial "${RS232_PORT}" "${1}" } receive_rs232_byte() { receive_serial_byte "${RS232_PORT}"

33. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 32 SERIAL_RATE= "${RATE}" SERIAL_DATABITS= "8" if [ - n "${3}" ]; then DATABITS= "cs${3}" SERIAL_DATABITS= "${3}" fi if [ "${4}" = "even" ]; then PARITY= "parenb - parodd" SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" elif [ "${4}" = "odd" ]; then PARITY= "parenb parodd" SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" fi if [ "${5}" = "2" ]; then STOPBITS= "cstopb" SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 2))" else SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" fi SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" # Start bit stty - F "${DEV}" ${RATE} ${ DATABITS} ${PARITY} ${ STOPBITS} ignpar ignbrk - brkint - icrnl - imaxbel - opost - onlcr - isig - icanon - iexten - echo - echoe - echok - echoctl - echoke noflsh - ixon - crtscts } send_serial() { echo - ne ${2} > ${ 1 } SERIAL_DATALEN= "$(echo ${2} | wc - c)" } flush_serial() { T= "$(echo " scale= 3 ; ${SERIAL _ DATABITS} * ${ SERIAL_DATALEN} / ${SERIAL _ RATE}" | bc) " sleep ${T} } receive_serial_ byte() { dd if=" ${1}" bs= 1 count= 1 2 > /dev/null } receive_serial() { dd if = "${1}" bs= 1 2 > /dev/null } enable_rs485() { enable_serial "${RS485_PORT}" ${ @ } enable _ output "${RS485 _ RE}" enable_output "${RS485_DE}" clear_output "${RS485_RE}" clear_output "${RS485_DE}" } disable_rs485() { disable_output "${RS485_RE}" disable_output "${RS485_DE}" } send_rs485_full() { set_output "${RS485_DE}" send_serial "${RS485_PORT}" "${1}" flush_serial clear_output "${RS485_DE}" } send_rs485_ half() { set_output "${RS485_RE}" set_output "${RS485_DE}"

25. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 24 } disable_io() { if [ - d "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}" ]; then echo "in" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/direction" echo "${1}" > "/sys/class/gpio/unexport" fi } ena ble_input() { enable_io "${1}" "in" } disable_input() { disable_io "${1}" } read_input() { echo - n "ReadInput: gpio${1} = " cat "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/value" } enable_output() { enable_io "${1}" "out" } disable_output() { disable_io "${1}" } set_output() { echo "1" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/value" } clear_output() { echo "0" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/value" } enable_serial() { DEV= "${1}" RATE= "${2}" SERIAL_RATE= "${RATE}" SERIAL_DATABITS= "8" if [ - n "${3}" ]; then DATABITS= "cs${3}" SERIAL_DATABITS= "${3}" fi if [ "${4}" = "even" ]; then PARITY= "parenb - parodd" SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" elif [ "${4}" = "odd" ]; then PARITY= "parenb parodd" SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" fi if [ "${5}" = "2" ]; then STOPBITS= "cstopb" SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 2))" else SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" fi SERIAL_DATABITS= "$((${SERIAL_DATABITS} + 1))" # Start bit stty - F "${DEV}" ${RATE} ${ DATABITS} ${PARITY} ${ STOPBITS} ignpar ignbrk - brkint - icrnl - imaxbel - opost - onlcr - isig - icanon - iexten - echo - echoe - echok - echoctl - echoke noflsh - ixon - crtscts }

43. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 42 About Industrial Shield s: Direction: Fàbrica del Pont, 1 - 11 Zip/Postal Code: 082 72 City: Sant Fruitós de Bage s (Barcelona) Country: Spain Telephone: ( +34 ) 938 760 191 / (+34) 635 693 611 Mail: industrialshields@industrialshields.com

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32. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 31 common.sh #!/bin/bash IOS= "171 239 223 187 188 224 185 238 168 165" SPI_CS0= "255" SPI_CS1= "251" INPUTS= "${IOS}" OUTPUTS= "${IOS}" FAN= "184" SERIAL_PORT0= "/dev/ttyS2" SERIAL_PORT1= "/dev/ttyS1" RS485_PORT= "${SERIAL_PORT1}" RS485_DE= "166" RS485_RE= "164" RS232_PORT= "${SERIAL_PORT0}" TTL_PORT= "${SERIAL_PORT0}" enable_io() { if [ ! - d "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}" ]; then echo "${1}" > "/sys/class/gpio/export" fi echo "${2}" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/direction" } disable_io() { if [ - d "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}" ]; then echo "in" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/direction" echo "${1}" > "/sys/class/gpio/unexport" fi } enable_input() { enable_io "${1}" "in" } disable_input() { disable_io "${1}" } read_input() { echo - n "ReadInput: gpio${1} = " cat "/sys/class/gpio/ gpio${1}/value" } enable_output() { enable_io "${1}" "out" } disable_output() { disable_io "${1}" } set_output() { echo "1" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/value" } clear_output() { echo "0" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/value" } enable_serial() { DEV= "${1}" RATE= "${2}"

15. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 14 General Jumpers configuration (General Settings) 2 In the following image, you can see the position of the jumpers on the board located inside the Panel PC:

35. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 34 outputs.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh # Enable outputs pins for output in ${OUTPUTS}; do echo " Enable GPIO ${output}" enable_output "${output}" done echo "Enable CS0" enable_output "${SPI_CS0}" echo "Enable CS1" enable_output "${SPI_CS1}" # Blink while true; do for output in ${OUTPUTS}; do echo " Set GPIO ${output}" set_output "${output}" sleep 1 echo "Clear GPIO${output}" clear_output "${output}" sleep 1 done echo "Set CS0" set_output "${SPI_CS0}" sleep 1 echo "Clear CS0" clear_output "${SPI_CS0}" sleep 1 echo "Set CS1" set_output "${SPI_CS1}" sleep 1 echo "Clear CS1" clear_output "${SPI_CS1}" sleep 1 done inputs.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh # Enable IOs pins for input in ${INPUTS}; do echo " Enable GPIO ${input}" enable_input "${input}" done # Monitor while true; do INPUTSVALUES= "" for input in ${INPUTS}; do echo " Read GPIO ${input}" VALUE= "$( read_input ${input}) \ n" INPUTSVALUES+= "${VALUE}" done echo - e "Inputs values: \ n${INPUTSVALUES}" sleep 1 done

13. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 12 1.3 Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ pinl layout: The following image shows the distribution of the Panel PC pins (in the image you can s ee the Panel PC from the back). On the right side are the GPIO pins of the Panel PC while the set of pins on the left corresponds to the communication and power pins of the equipment.

3. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 2 Touchberry 7’’ & TinkerTouch 7’’ User Guide Revised September 201 9

12. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 11 1.2 Mechanical dimension Panel Touch 7” is designed to be placed build - in an electrical box. Next it is showed the dimensions to be installed properly:

9. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 8 Warranty and Limitations of Liability Warranty Industrial Shields’s exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by Industrial Shields. INDUSTRIA L SHIELDS MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS ED OR IMPLIED, REGARDING MERCHANABILITY , NON - INFRINGEMENT, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE. INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED Limitations of Liability INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR COMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRAN T Y, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY. IN NO EVENT SHALL INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS BE RESPONISBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR OR OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE PRODUCTS UNLESS INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS’S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED, INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.

20. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 19 2.1.2 For TinkerTouch 7’’ RS - 232 Configuration: RS - 485 Configuration:

1. Touchberry 7’’& Tinkertouch 7’’ User Guide 10 Configurable I/Os – RS485 – RS232 – UPS Included

7. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 6 Intended use or of Industrial Shields products Consider the following: Industrial Shield s products should only be used for the cases of application foreseen in the catalogue and the a ssociated technical documentation. If third - party products and components are used, they must have been recommended or approved by Industrial Sh ields . The correct and safe operation of the products requires that your transport, storage, installation, assembly, operation and maintenance have been carried out in a correct It m ust respect the permissible ambient conditions. You should also follow th e indications and warnings that appear in the associated documentation. The product / system dealt with in this documentation should only be handled or manipulated by qualified personnel for the task entrusted and observing what is indicated in the documen tation corresponding to it, particularly the safety instructions and warnings included in it. Due to their training and experience, qualified personnel are in a position to recognize risks resulting from the handling or manipulation of such products / syst ems and to avoid possible hazards. Disclaimers Weights and Dimensions Dimensions and weights are nominal and they are not used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are shown. Performance Data The p erformance data given in this manual is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS’s test conditions, and the users most correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual perfor mance is subject to the INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS Warranty and Limitations of Liability. Change in Specifications Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons. It is our practice to change model numbers when features are changed, or published ratings or when significant construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the products may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special numbers may be assigned to fix or stablish key specif ications for your application on your request. Please consult with your INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS representative at any time to confirm actual specif ications of purchased products.

38. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 37 rs485 - fd - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh DATA= "Hello RS - 485! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_rs485 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using RS - 485 full duplex " send_rs485_full " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done rs485 - receiver.sh 6.2.6 fan Test 12Vdc fan can be attached inside the Touchberry 7’’ using the fan connectors. This sketch tests the fan operation by activating and desactivating it periodically: #!/bin/bash . common. sh # Enable fan pin enable_output "${FAN}" # Enable/Disable while true; do echo "Enable fan" set_output "${FAN}" sleep 1 echo "Disable fan" clear_output "${FAN}" sleep 1 done

6. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 5 Application Considerations and Wa rranty Read and Understand this Manual Please read and understand this manual before using the product . Please consult your comments or questions to Industrial Shields before using the product. Application Consideration THE PRODUCTS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE NOT SAFETY RATED. THEY SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON AS A SAFETY COMPONENT OR PROTECTIVE DEVICE FOR ENSURING SAFETY OF PERSONS, AS THEY ARE NOT RATED OR DESSIGNED FOR SUCH PURPOSES. Please know and observe all prohi bitions of use applicable to the products. FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESSIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS , NEVER USE THE INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS PRODUCTS . NEVER USE THE INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS PRODUCT S BEFORE THEY ARE PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM. Industrial Shields shall not be responsible for conformity with any codes, regulations or standards that apply to the co mbination of products in the customer’s application or use of the product. The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, no r is it intended to imply that the uses may be suitable for the products:  Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property.  Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical equipm ent, amusement machine s , vehicles, safety equipment, and installation subject to separate industry or government regulations.  Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or conditions or uses not described in th is document. At the customer’s request, INDUSTRIAL SHIELDS will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply to the products. This information by itself is not sufficient for a complete deter mination of the suitability of the products in combination with the system, machine, end product, or other application or use.

40. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 39 Provide adequate clearance f or cooling and wiring Panel PC . Is designed for natural convection cooling. For proper cooling, you must prov ide a clearance of at least 25 c m above and below the devices. Also, allow at lea st 25 c m of depth between the front of the modules and the inside of the enclosure. Notes for maintenance: A well - planned and executed maintenance program is essential to the satisfactory operation of solid - state electrical equ ipment. The kind and frequency of the maintenance operation will vary with the kind and complexity of the equipment as well as with the nature of the operating conditions. Maintenance recommendations of the manufacturer or appropriate product standards sho uld be followed. The following factors should be considered when formulating a maintenance program: - Maintenance must be performed by qualified personnel familiar with the construction, operation, and hazards involved with the control. - Maintenance shou ld be performed with the control out of operation and d isconnected from all sources of power. - Care should be taken when servicing electrostatic sensitive components. The manufacturer's recommendations for these components should be followed. - Ventilation passages should be kept open. If the equipment depends upon auxiliary cooling, e.g., air, water, or oil, periodic inspection (with filter replacement when necessary) should be made of these systems. - The means employed for grounding or insulating the equip ment from ground should be checked to assure its integrit y. - Accumulations of dust and dirt on all parts, including on semiconductor heat sinks, should be removed according to the manufacturer's instructions, if provided; otherwise, the manufacturer should be consulted. Care must be taken to avoid damaging any delicate components and to avoid displacing dust, dirt, or debris in a way that permits it to enter or settle into parts of the control equipment. - Enclosures should be inspected for evidence of deterio ration. Accumulated dust and dirt should be removed from the top of the enclosures before opening doors or removing covers. - Certain hazardous materials removed as part of maintenance or repair procedure (e.g., polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) found in som e liquidfilled capacitors) must be disposed of as described in Federal regulations. Safety rules for maintenance personnel Consider the following steps to follow . A false manoeuvre could be the cause of an accident or material damage. Do not disassemble or modify the modules. This could lead to breakdowns or malfunctions and could lead to injuries or fire. - All types of radio communication devices, including mobile phones and personal handy - phone systems (PHS), must be kept more than 25cm away from the Panel PC in all directions. Failure to observe this precaution exposes malfunctions caused by excess of temperature . - Disconnect the external power supply of the system (on all phases) before connecting or disconnecting a module. Failure to observe this p recaution may cause faults or malfunctions of the module.

39. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 38 Installation and Maintenance 7 Notes for installation: - The installation position should be free from the following: dust or oil smoke, conductive dust, corrosive or flammable gas, high temperature, condensation, and rain. - Besides, vibratio n and impact also affect the Panel PC normal operation and shorten its lifespan; electric shock, fire or misact also damages the product. During drilling or wiring, prevent the metal particles or wire segments from falling into the PLC casing, which may cause fire, fau lt or misact. - After the PLC installation, clean the ventilation duct to prevent blocking, which may cause bad ventilation, or even fire, faults or misact. - Do not online connect, plug or unplug cables, which is apt to cause electric shock or damage the ci rcuit. Installation and wire connection must be firm and reliable. Poor connection could cause misact. - Use shielded twisted pair for the I/O of high frequency signal and analog signal to improve system IMS. The installation environment should be free fro m dust, oil smoke, conductive particle, corrosive or flammable gases, high temperature, condensation, and rain. Besides, vibrati on and impact also affect the Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ normal operation and shorten its lifespan. It is recommended to install the Panel PC , together with the matching switches and contactors, in a dedicated electric cabinet and keep the cabinet ventilated. If the location has high ambient temperature or heat generating equipment nearby, install forced convection devices on top or sides of the cabinet to avoid over - temperature. During drilling or wiring, prevent the metal particles or wire segments from falling into the PLC casing, which may cause fire , fault or misact. After the Panel PC installation, clean the ventilatio n duct to prevent blocking, which may cause bad ventilation, or even fire, faults or misact. The only way to disconnect the equipment from the electrical network is by removing the connectors that feed the equipment. Once installed in the electrical cabin et it is very important to ensure the power connectors for proper operation. Separate the Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ from heat, high voltaje and eletrical noise: Always separate the devices that generate high voltage and high electrical noise from the Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ . When configuring the layout of the Panel PC inside your electrical box , consider the heat - generating devices and locate the electronic - type devices in the cooler areas of your cabinet. Reducing the exposure to a hi gh - temperature environment will extend the operating life of any electronic device. Consider also the routing of the wiring for the devices in the electric cabinet. Avoid placing low - voltage signal wires and communications cables in the same tray with AC p ower wiring and highenergy, rapidly - switched DC wiring.

8. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 7 Errors and Omissions The information in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical, or proofreading errors, or omissions. Residual Risks The control and drive components of a n Industrial Shields Panel P C are approved for industrial and comme rcial use in industrial line supplies. Their use in public line supplies requires a different configuration and/or additional measures. These components may only be operated in closed housings or in higher - level control cabinets with protective covers that are closed, and when all of the protective devices are used. These components may only be handled by qualified and trained technical personnel who are knowledgeable and observe all of the safety information and instructions on the components and in the as sociated technical user documentation. When carrying out a risk assessment of a machine in accordance with the EU Machinery Directive, the machine manufacturer must consider the following residual risks associated with the control and drive components of a PDS. 1. Unintentional movements of driven machine components during commissioning, operation, maintenance, and repairs caused by, for example: − Hardware defects and/or software errors in the sensors, controllers, actuators, and connection technology − R esponse times of the controller and drive − Operating and/or ambient conditions not within the scope of the specification − Condensation / conductive contamination − Parameterization, programming, cabling, and installation errors − Use of radio devices / c ellular phones in the immediate vicinity of the controller − External influences / damage . 2. Exceptional temperatures as well as emissions of noise, particles, or gas caused by, for example: − Component malfunctions − Software errors − Operating and/or a mbient conditions not within the scope of the specification − External influences / damage. 3. Hazardous shock voltages caused by, for example: − Component malfunctions − Influence of electrostatic charging − Induction of voltages in moving motors − Operat ing and/or ambient conditions not within the scope of the specification − Condensation / conductive contamination − External influences / damage 4. Electrical, magnetic and electromagnetic fields generated in operation that can pose a risk to people with a pacemaker, implants or metal replacement joints, etc. if they are too close. 5. Release of environmental pollutants or emissions as a result of improper operation of the system and/or failure to dispose of components safely and correctly.

28. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 27 echo "Clear CS0" clear_output "${SPI_CS0}" sleep 1 echo "Set CS1" set_output "${SPI_CS1}" sleep 1 echo "Clear CS1" clear_output "${SPI_CS1}" sleep 1 done inputs.sh #!/bin/bash .common. sh # Enable IOs pins for input in ${INPUTS}; do echo " Enable GPIO ${input}" enable_input "${input}" done # Monitor while true; do INPUTSVALUES= "" for input in ${INPUTS}; do echo " Read GPIO ${input}" VALUE= "$(read_input ${input}) \ n" INPUTSVALUES+= "${VALUE}" done echo - e "Inputs values: \ n${INPUTSVALUES}" sleep 1 done 6.1.3 RS - 232 TEST The rs232 - periodic - sender.sh script periodically sends a message through the RS - 232 port periodically. The rs232 - receiver.sh script prints the received messages from the RS - 232 port. It is possible to connect the RS - 232 RX pin to the RS - 232 TX pin and run both scripts at the same time. rs232 - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash .common. sh DATA= "Hello RS - 232! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_rs232 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using RS - 232 " send_rs232 " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done

42. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 41 Revision Table 8 Revision Number Date Changes 0 15/09 /2019 First implementation

30. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 29 The rs485 - fd - periodic - sender.sh script sends a message through the RS - 485 port periodically, using the RS - 485 full duplex mode. It sends the data through the Y and Z pins. In this mode, the A and B pins are used to receive data. The rs485 - receiver.sh script prints the received messages from the RS - 485 port, in both half duplex and full duplex modes. In the half duplex mode it is required another device to receive data from and send data to the panel PC. In the full duplex mode it is not required an additional device and it is possible to connect the A/B pins to the Y/Z ones. In this case it is possible to run the send a nd receive scripts at the same time. rs485 - hd - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh DATA= "Hello RS - 485! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_rs485 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using RS - 485 half duplex " send_rs485_half " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done rs485 - fd - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh DATA= "Hello RS - 485! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_rs485 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using RS - 485 full duplex " send_rs485_full " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done rs485 - receiver.sh #!/bin /bash . common. sh enable_rs485 9600 echo "Receiving using RS - 485 ..." receive_rs485

34. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 33 send_serial "${RS485_PORT}" "${1}" flush_serial clear_output "${RS485_DE}" clear_output "${RS485_RE}" } receive_rs485_byte() { receive_serial_byte "${RS485_PORT}" } receive_rs485() { receive_serial "${RS485_PORT}" } enable_rs232() { disable_rs485 enable_serial "${RS232_PORT}" ${ @ } } send _ rs232( ) { send_serial "${RS232_PORT}" "${1}" } receive_rs232_byte() { receive_serial_byte "${RS232_PORT}" } receive_rs232() { receiv e_serial "${RS232_PORT}" } enable_ttl() { disable_rs485 enable_serial "${TTL_PORT}" ${ @ } } send _ ttl( ) { send_serial "${TTL_PORT}" "${1}" } receive_ttl_byte() { receive_serial_byte "${TTL_PORT}" } receive_ttl() { receive_serial "${TTL_PORT}" } 6.2.2 IOs TEST There are two scripts related with the outputs inputs.sh and outputs.sh . The outputs.sh script enables and disables the output pins (from IO0 to IO9) and the SPI chip select pins (CS0 and CS1) periodically. The inputs.sh script checks the input pins (from IO0 to IO9) periodically and prints their status.

24. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 23 Hardware TEST 6 All the scripts showed in this section are installed on the T ouchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ 6.1 Touchberry 7’’ hardware test scripts In order to test all the scripts in your 7’’ Panel PC, you must activate before the SSH. To activate it, you must go to: Preferenc es - > Raspberry Configuration - > Activate SSH SPI and I2C communications are disabled by default. If you want to enable SPI and I2C communications, add the following lines to the /boot/config.txt file: enable_uart=1 dtparam=spi=ON dtparam=I2C_arm=ON 6.1.1 Com mon library TEST There is a common library for all the test called common.sh . It defines common functions and pinout mappings to access them from the test scripts. common.sh #!/bin/bash IOS= "25 12 16 20 21 26 19 13 6 5" SPI_CS0= "8" SPI_CS1= "7" INPUTS= "${IOS}" OUTPUTS= "${IOS}" FAN= "18" SERIAL_PORT= "/dev/ttyS0" RS485_PORT= "${SERIAL_PORT}" RS485_DE= "27" RS485_RE= "17" RS232_PORT= "${SERIAL_PORT}" TTL_PORT= "${SERIAL_PORT}" enable_io() { if [ ! - d "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}" ]; then echo "${1}" > "/sys/class/gpio/export" fi echo "${2}" > "/sys/class/gpio/gpio${1}/direction"

14. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 13 1.4 Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ Jumpers Operation : The configuration of the jumpers is explained below. In each configuration the different positions are explained and here you can find a graphic reference to the configuration tables of section 2 : Example Jumper 1 Example Jumper 2 Here you are selecting between the two possible configurations that the jumper allows you. Using the Jumper Block you can select in which pins are you allowing the electricity to flow. Example Jumper 1 VIO = VCOM Enable 1 VIO external Example Jumper 2 VIO = VCOM Enable 1 VIO external

10. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 9 Table of Contents General Description Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ ................................ ............. 10 1 1.1 Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ pinout ................................ ................................ ......... 10 1.2 Mechanical dimension ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 11 1.3 Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ pinl layout: ................................ ................................ . 12 1.4 Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7 ’’ Jumpers Operation: ................................ ................... 13 General Jumpers configuration (General Settings) ................................ ................... 14 2 2.1 General Jumper Configuration. Left zone (General settings) : ................................ ........ 15 2.2. General Jumper Configuration. Right zone (I/Os settings) : ................................ ............ 16 2.2. General Jumper Configuration. RS - 232 & RS - 485 configuration (I/Os settings) : ........... 18 2.1.1 For Touchberry 7’’ ................................ ................................ ............................... 18 2.1.2 For TinkerTouch 7’’ ................................ ................................ .............................. 19 Symbology ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 20 3 How to connect the touch Screen of the Toucbherry 7’’/Tinkertouch 7’' ................ 21 4 How to connect the Toucbherry 7’’/Tinkertouch 7’' to an external Power Supply .. 21 5 Hardware TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 23 6 6.1 Touchberry 7’’ hardware test scripts ................................ ................................ .............. 23 6.1.1 Common library TEST ................................ ................................ .......................... 23 6.1.2 IOs TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 26 6.1.3 RS - 232 TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 27 6.1.4 TTL TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 28 6.1.5 RS - 485 TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 28 6.1.6 fan Test ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 30 6.2 Tinkertouch 7’’ hardware test scripts ................................ ................................ ............. 30 6.2.1 Common library TEST ................................ ................................ .......................... 30 6.2.2 IOs TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 33 6.2.3 RS - 232 TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 35 6.2.4 TTL TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 35 6.2.5 RS - 485 TEST ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 36 6.2.6 fan Test ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 37 Installation and Maintenance ................................ ................................ ................... 38 7 Revision Table ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 41 8

22. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 21 How to connect the touch Screen of the Toucbherry 4 7’’/Tinkertouch 7’' - Connect USB port from the Panel PC to one of the empty USB ports . NOTE: Panel PCs 7’’ use USB - USB cable. H ow to connect the Toucbherry 7’’/Tinkertouch 7’' to an 5 external Power Supply - Toucbherry 7’’/Tinkertouch 7’' is 12 - 24Vdc supplied. IMPORTANT: The polarity IS NOT REVERSAL! - Make sure that the live and GND connector of the power supply match the PLC. - Make sure that the power supply mains output is not higher than 24Vdc .

27. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 26 } receive_rs232() { receive_serial "${RS232_PORT}" } enable_ttl() { disable_rs485 enable_serial "${TTL_PORT}" ${ @ } } send _ ttl( ) { send_serial "${TTL_PORT}" "${1}" } receive_ttl_byte() { receive_serial_byte "${TTL_PORT}" } receive_ttl() { receive_serial "${TTL_PORT}" } 6.1.2 IOs TEST There are two scripts related with the outputs inputs.sh and outputs.sh . The outputs.sh script enables and disables the output pins (from IO0 to IO9) and the SPI chip select pins (CS0 and CS1) periodically. The inputs.sh script checks the input pins (from IO0 to IO9) periodically and prints their status. outputs.sh #!/bin/bash .common. sh # Enable outputs pins for output in ${OUTPUTS}; do echo " Enable GPIO ${output}" enable_output "${output}" done echo "Enable CS0" enable_output "${SPI_CS0}" echo "Enable CS1" enable_output "${SPI_CS1}" # Blink while true; do for output in ${OUTPUTS}; do echo " Set GPIO ${output}" set_output "${output}" sleep 1 echo "Clear GPIO${output}" clear_output "${output}" sleep 1 done echo "Set CS0" set_output "${SPI_CS0}" sleep 1

31. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 30 6.1.6 fan Test 12Vdc fan can be attached inside the Touchberry 7’’ using the fan connectors. This sketch tests the fan operation by activating and desactivating it periodically: #!/bin/bash . common. sh # Enable fan pin enable_output "${FAN}" # Enable/Disable while true; do echo "Enable fan" set_output "${FAN}" sleep 1 echo "Disable fan" clear_output "${FAN}" sleep 1 done 6.2 Tinkertouch 7’’ hardware test scripts In order to test all the scripts in your 7’’ Panel PC, you must activate before the SSH. To activate it, you must go to: Preferences - > Tinkerboard Configuration - > Activate SSH Also, take into account that in order to do the tests, it’s necessary download the Python - smbus program in your Tinkertouch 7’’. To download Python - smbus it is necessary to have internet connection. Once you have an internet connection, you must open the command line and enter the following command: $ > sudo apt - get install python - smbus 6.2.1 Common library TEST There is a common library for all the test called common.sh . It defines common functions and pinout mappings to access them from the test scripts.

37. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 36 ttl - receiver.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh enable_ttl 9600 echo "Receiving using TTL ..." receive_ttl 6.2.5 RS - 485 TEST The rs485 - hd - periodic - sender.sh script periodically sends a message through the RS - 485 port , using the RS - 485 half duplex mode. It sends the data through the A and B pins. The rs485 - fd - periodic - sender.sh script sends a message through the RS - 485 port periodically, using the RS - 485 full duplex mode. It sends the data through the Y and Z pins. In this mode, the A and B pins are used to receive data. The rs485 - receiver.sh script pr ints the received messages from the RS - 485 port, in both half duplex and full duplex modes. In the half duplex mode it is required another device to receive data from and send data to the panel PC. In the full duplex mode it is not required an additional d evice and it is possible to connect the A/B pins to the Y/Z ones. In this case it is possible to run the send and receive scripts at the same time. rs485 - hd - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh DATA= "Hello RS - 485! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_rs485 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using RS - 485 half duplex " send_rs485_half " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done

29. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 28 rs232 - receiver.sh #!/bin/bash .common. sh enable_rs232 9600 echo "Receiving using RS - 232 ..." receive_rs232 6.1.4 TTL TEST The ttl - periodic - sender.sh script periodically sends a message through the TTL serial port. The ttl - receiver.sh script prints the received messages from the TTL serial port. It is possible to connect the TTL RX pin to the TTL TX pin and run both scripts at the same time. ttl - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh DATA= "Hello TTL! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_ttl 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using TTL " send_ttl " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done ttl - receiver.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh enable_ttl 9600 echo "Receiving using TTL ..." receive_ttl 6.1.5 RS - 485 TEST The rs485 - hd - periodic - sender.sh script periodically sends a message through the RS - 485 port , using the RS - 485 half duplex mode. It sends the data through the A and B pins.

36. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 35 6.2.3 RS - 232 TEST The rs232 - periodic - sender.sh script periodically sends a message through the RS - 232 port periodically. The rs232 - receiver.sh script prints the received messages from the RS - 232 port. It is possible to connect the RS - 232 RX pin to the RS - 232 TX pin and run both scripts at the same time. rs232 - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh DATA= "Hello RS - 232! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_rs232 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using RS - 232 " send_rs232 " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done rs232 - receiver.sh #!/bin/bash .common. sh enable_rs232 9600 echo "Receiving using RS - 232 ..." receive_rs232 6.2.4 TTL TEST The ttl - periodic - sender.sh script periodically sends a message through the TTL serial port. The ttl - receiver.sh script prints the received messages from the TTL serial port. It is possible to connect the TTL RX pin to the TTL TX pin and run both scripts at the same time. ttl - periodic - sender.sh #!/bin/bash . common. sh DATA= "Hello TTL! \ n" PERIOD= 1 enable_ttl 9600 while true; do echo "Send \ " ${DATA} \ " using TTL " send_ttl " ${DATA}" sleep "${PERIOD}" done

4. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 3 Preface This User Guide is been implemented by Boot & Work, S.L. working under the name Industrial Shields. Purpose of the manual The information contained in this manual can be used as a reference to operating, to functions, and to the technical data of the signal modules, power supply modules and interfa ce modules. Intended Audience This User Guide is intended for the following audience:  Persons in charge of introducing automation devices.  Persons who design automation systems.  Persons who install or connect automation devices.  Persons who manage working automation installation. Warnings:  Unused pins should not be connected. Ignoring the directive may damage the controller.  Improper use of this product may severely damage the Panel PC .  Refer to the Panels User Guide regarding wiring consider ations.  Before using this product, it is the responsibility of the user to read the product’s User Guide and all accompanying documentation.  Maintenance must be performed by qualified personnel familiar ized with the construction, operation, and hazards involved with the control.  Maintenance should be performed with t he control out of operation and disconnected from all sources of power.  Care should be taken when servicing electrostatic sensitive component s. The manufacturer's recommendations for these components should be followed.  The Panel PC family are Open Type panels . It is required that you install Panel PC in a housing, cabinet, or electric control room. Entry to the housing, cabinet, or electric

5. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 4 c ontrol room should be limited to authorized personnel. Failure to follow these installation requirements could result in severe personal injury and/or property damage. Always follow these requirements when installing Panel PC .  In case of installation or ma intenance of the TinkerTouch 7’’ or Touchberry 7’’ please follow the instructions marked in the Installation and M aintenance section .  Do not disconnect equipment when a flammable or combustible atmosphere is present. Disconnection of equipment when a flamm able or combustible atmosphere is present may cause a fire or explosion which could result in death, serious injury and/or property damage. Avertissements :  Les broches non utilisées ne doivent pas être connectées. Ignorer la directive peut endommager le contrôleur.  Une utilisation incorrecte de ce produit peut endommager gravement le contrôleur.  Reportez - vous au Guide de l’utilisateur du Panel PC pour les considérations de câblage.  Avant d’utiliser ce produit, il incombe à l’utilisateur de l ire le Guide de l’utilisateur du produit et la documentation qui l’accompagne.  La maintenance doit être effectuée par personnel qualifié familiarisé avec la fabrication, le fonctionnement et les dangers liés au contrôleur.  La maintenance doit être effectué e avec l’équipement hors service et déconnectée de toutes les sources d'alimentation.  Faites attention lors de l'entretien des composants sensibles à l'électricité statique. Les recommandations du fabricant pour ces composants doivent être suivies.  Les aut omates de la famille Panel PC sont des contrôleurs de type ouvert. Il est nécessaire d'installer l'automate Panel PC dans un boîtier, une armoire ou une salle de contrôle électrique. L'accès au boîtier, à l'armoire ou à la salle de commande électrique doit être limité au personnel autorisé. Le non - respect de ces exigences d'installation peut entr aîner des blessures graves et/ ou des dommages matériels importants. Respectez toujours ces exigences lors de l'installation des automates de la TinkerTouch 7’’ et T ouchberry 7’’ .  En cas d'installation ou de maintenance du TinkerTouch 7’’ et Touchberry 7’’ , veuillez suivre les instructions indiquées dans la section Installation et Maintenanc e.  Ne débranchez pas l'équipement en présence d'une atmosphère inflammable ou combustible. La déconnexion de l'équipement en présence d'une atmosphère inflammable ou combustible peut provoquer un incendie ou une explosion pouvant entraîner la mort, des b lessures graves et/ ou des dommages matériels.

19. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 18 Right Jumpe r 11 WARNING: Touchberry 7’’ & Tkinkertouch 7’’ ONLY HANDLES 3.3Vdc Vin, NC is only meant for prototyping, don’t connect Vin at NC ! This configuration enables Vin at 5V Th is configuration enables Vin at 3.3V 2.2. General Jumper Configuration. RS - 232 & RS - 485 configuration (I/Os settings) : 2.1.1 For Touchberry 7’’ RS - 232 Configuration: RS - 485 Configuration: Right Jumper 11 Not Connected VIN VIN 3.3V Right Jumper 11 VIN 5V VIN VIN 3.3V Right Jumper 11 VIN 5V VIN VIN 3.3V

16. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 15 2.1 General Jumper Configuration. Left zone (General settings) : Named f rom top to bottom: Left Jumper 4 enables SPI at 3.3V or 5V. Typical configurations showed below: This configuration enables SPI at 3.3V. This configuration enables SPI at 5V. Left Jumper 4 enables I2C at 3.3V or 5V. Typical configurations showed below: This configuration enables I2C at 3.3V. This configuration enables I2C at 5V. Left Jumper 3 SPI 3.3 V Enable 3 SPI 5V Left Jumper 3 SPI 3.3 V Enable 3 SPI 5V Left Jumper 3 SPI 3.3 V Enable 3 SPI 5V Left Jumper 4 I2C 3.3 V Enable 4 I2C 5V Left Jumper 4 I2C 3.3 V Enable 4 I2C 5V Left Jumper 4 I2C 3.3 V Enable 4 I2C 5V

17. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 16 Left Jumper 5 RS - 485 Half Duplex Enable 5 RS - 485 Full Duplex Left Jumper 5 enables RS - 485 Half Duplex or Full Duplex. Typical configuration showed below: Left Jumper 5 RS - 485 Half Duplex Enable 5 RS - 485 Full Duplex This configuration enables RS - 485 HD . This configuration enables RS - 485 FD. 2.2. General Jumper Configuration. Right zone (I/Os settings) : By default, IO0 through IO4 are configured as Inputs, while IO5 through IO9 are configured as Outputs Named from top to bottom. Left Jumper 5 RS - 485 Half Duplex Enable 5 RS - 485 Full Duplex Right Jumper 2 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO12 IO1 IN IN Right Jumper 1 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO25 IO0 IN IN Rigt Jumper 3 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO16 IO2 IN IN Right Jumper 4 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO20 IO3 IN IN

11. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 10 General Description Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ 1 1.1 Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ pinout A compact Panel PC in Open Source Hardware technology. With different Input/Outputs units. Next it is showed a table with the connection between the Raspberry Pi/Tinkerboard pinout and the Touchberry 7’’ & Tinkertouch 7’’ Panel PC Pinout. TinkerTouch 7’’ / T ouchberry 7’’ Pin out Raspberry GPIO Tinker board GPIO 11 GPIO 17 164 12 GPIO 18 184 13 GPIO 27 166 16 GPIO 23 162 18 GPIO 24 163 22 GPIO 25 171 24 GPIO 8 255 26 GPIO 7 251 29 GPIO 5 165 31 GPIO 6 168 32 GPIO 12 239 33 GPIO 13 238 35 GPIO 19 185 36 GPIO 16 223 37 GPIO 26 224 38 GPIO 20 187 40 GPIO 21 188

21. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 20 Symbology 3 Table that includes all the symbology that is used in the serigraph of the Tinkertouch 7’’ and Touchberry 7’’: Symbol Standard No. / Standard Title Standard Reference No. / Symbol Title Symbol Meaning IEC 60417 / Graphical symbols for use on equipment 5031 / Direct Current Indicates that the equipment is suitable for direct current only; to identify relevant terminals IEC 60417 / Graphical symbols for use on equipment 5032 / Alternating Current Indicates that the equipment is suitable for alternating current only; to identify relevant terminals IEC 60417 / Graphical symbols for use on equipment 5130 / Pulse General To identify the control by which a pulse is started. IEC 60417 / Graphical symbols for use on equipment 5017 / Earth, Ground To identify an earth (ground) terminal in cases where neither the symbol 5018 nor 5019 is explicily required. IEC 60417 / Graphical symbols for use on equipment 5115 / SIgnal lamp To identify the switch by means of which the signal lamp(s) is (are) switched on or off. Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC CE Marking CE marking indicates that a product complies with applicable European Union regulations ISO 7000/ Graphical symbols for use on equipment 0434B / Warning symbol Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury ISO 7000/ Graphical symbols for use on equipment 5036 / Dangerous Voltage To indicate hazards arising from dangerous voltages

18. Ref. 003000300100 Re v. 0: 15 - 09 - 2019 17 From Right Jumper 1 to Right Jumper 10, the functionality is the same. You can enable IOs as Output s or Input s . Typical example with Right Jumper 1: This configuration enables IO0 as an Output. This configuration enables IO0 as an Input. Right Jumper 6 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO26 IO5 IN IN Right Jumper 5 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO21 IO4 IN IN Right Jumper 7 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO19 IO6 IN IN Right Jumper 8 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO13 IO7 IN IN Right Jumper 9 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO6 IO8 IN IN Right Jumper 10 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO5 IO9 IN IN Right Jumper 1 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO25 IO0 IN IN Right Jumper 1 Left Right OUT OUT GPIO25 IO0 IN IN

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