XNL LABUNO

The XNL LABUNO is ‘our answer’ to the Arduino® Uno, but with (much) more control over your hardware.

Some of the features you have full control over with the LABUNO are:
– Pull-up resistors on the ‘reset-line’
– Enable/Disable RTS Reset
– Switch TTL communication between HW / SW
– VCC source selection
– High power LM3940 3.3V Regulator
– Full control over the serial pins
– Build-in support for ESP board (and communication)

Next to these (and more) features, the headers (next to the microcontroller) also ‘line-up’ 1:1 with the microcontroller pin-out.

NOTE:
This model requires an USB->TTL adapter like for example the XNL F.U.T.S. or an FTDI cable to communicate with your computer. The LABUNO USB has an onboard USB-Serial chip and thus does not need an additional USB adapter/cable. We also have the LABUNO Overkill Edition which has even more ‘on-board’ features and also has an onboard USB controller.

“Multi Pack” NOTE:
This download also contains a panelized version of the XNL LABUNO which includes two XNL Logic Monitors, an XNL ESP Direct Board, and an XNL WESP Board which means that it might actually be cheaper to order the panelized version (if your PCB Manufacturer allows pre-panelized boards) if you need or want all modules.

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“Multi Pack” NOTE: This download also contains a panelized version of the XNL LABUNO which includes two XNL Logic Monitors, an XNL ESP Direct Board, and an XNL WESP Board which means that it might actually be cheaper to order the panelized version (if your PCB Manufacturer allows pre-panelized boards) if you need or want all modules.

We just wanted a different alternative (meeting our own requirements) to the Arduino® UNO, and this is basically what we’ve came up with.

It doesn’t have onboard 5V regulators, it is NOT intended to be “build into lunchboxes” or anything like that, it does however have a 1:1 pinout on the headers next to the MCU (which should also make it easier for beginners to ‘transfer’ their MCU to their own perfboard, simply because they don’t have to ‘lookup’ what pin goes where during the transfer’).

Next to this the XNL LABUNO also gives you quite a bit more control over the serial communication and behavior (like auto reset). It does NOT have a ‘default LED’ connected to pin 13. It has an ‘onboard’ ESP8266 port (both for flashing them as well as communicating with your MCU) including a logic level shifter. It has a much more powerful onboard 3.3V “power supply”. It does not have LED’s connected to it’s RX and TX pins by default (you can do so by using our XNL Logic Monitor Add-on though).

NOTE: The LABUNO Does NOT have an onboard USB->Serial chip, and thus will need an USB-Serial cable/converter (Like the XNL F.U.T.S for example) to communicate with your PC!

These where all features we desired in our ‘prototype board’ for the ATMEGA328 Family 🙂

And I/we definitely hope it will be useful or helpful to others also 🙂

Board Size:
Width:
99.06mm
Height: 49.17mm

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PCB Order Instructions

This section explains the (recommended) ordering process and settings (at the PCB manufacturer) to order our circuit boards using our provided 'ready-to-use' Gerber (zip) files. We will first give a basic overview for the recommended PCB Manufacturer settings, so that the more experianced users can instantly find what they need, and after this 'settings overview' we will explain more in-depth how you can order our printed circuit boards (PCB's) using the files you can download for our projects, products and packages.

 

Recommended PCB Ordering Settings (Material, layers etc)

All our boards (unless otherwise stated) are designed for and should be ordered with the following settings:
(Base) Material: FR4
Layers: 2 Layer / Double-sided
PCB Thickness: 1.6mm
PCB Color: Choose whatever you like or stick to the 'official project/product color' 🙂
Outer Copper Weight: Use default of the website you're ordering (often 1oz).

When ordering from JLCPCB and using the zip file which has (JLCJLCJLCJLC) in it's name:
Remove Order Number: Click on [Specify a location]

 

How to use our files/downloads to order the circuit boards

To order the printed circuit board(s) included in this project, product or package you will first need to download and extract this project or product.

Our project and product folders will often contain several folders/directories, of which one of them should have a name similar to 'Gerber Files (For Ordering-Production)'. If the downloaded project or product only contains one printed circuit board (PCB) then you will often find two archives (zip files) within this folder.

One of these archives will have (JLCJLCJLCJLC) in it's name and the other won't, for example:
ProjectXNL.zip
ProjectXNL (JLCJLCJLCJLC).zip

NOTE: You will only need to use one of these files when ordering, not both. So please read along to find out how this works 🙂

My 'Gerber Files Folder' contains even more folders

If this is the case it just means that the project, product or package you have downloaded consists out of multiple circuit boards (or options/variations you can choose from), you should consult the documentation (or included text file(s) in these folders) of your project, product or package to find out which folder (or PCB's) you will need. Inside each folder for the different Printed Circuit Boards in the project, product or package we will still use the same 'file structure' where there will be two files per PCB (one having '(JLCJLCJLCJLC)' in it's name and the other doesn't).

 

My Gerber Files Folder only contains one zip file (per part/option)!

This is also a possibility, this just means that we did not created an additional 'Gerber file-set' with PCB's which have JLCJLCJLCJLC on them. We often choose to do this for boards which would be to small to actually place such texts, we will then just let it be up to JLCPB to place the production/batch numbers on them. So if there aren't additional zip files which have (JLCJLCJLCJLC) in their filename(s), then you should just use the zip file(s) which is present in the folder(s).


File difference explanation

  • The one which has "(JLCJLCJLCJLC)" in it's file name will have JLCJLCJLCJLC printed on the circuit board.
  • The one which does not have "(JLCJLCJLCJLC)" in it's name will not have JLCJLCJLCJLC printed on the circuit board.

 

Ordering anywhere else than JLCPCB

When you want to order anywhere else than on JLCPCB.com you should always just use the zip file which does not have (JLCJLCJLCJLC) in it's filename.

 

What does this JLCJLCJLCJLC on the PCB mean?

Well this 'piece of text' tells JLCPCB where they can/should place their (internal) manufacturing/production/batch numbers, which they use for handling your order internally. JLCPCB offers a free service where circuit board designers can specify where JLCPCB can place their 'internal batch/production numbers', this prevents issues where they would for example (accidentally) place these production/batch numbers on an ugly location and thus possibly ruin your 'precious silkscreen artwork' 🙂

 

Ordering from JLCPCB

When you do want to order at JLCPCB.com you have two options to choose from:

  1. Pay a bit extra on your order (currently around $1.54) and have JLCPCB remove their manufacturing/production code completely, in which case you should use the file which does not have (JLCJLCJLCJLC) in it's filename.
  2. Or instead use the file which does have (JLCJLCJLCJLC) in it's filename, in which JLCPCB will use the by us specified location to place the manufacturing/production/batch number(s). We will always (try to) place this text in the least noticeable location or where it would not 'mess' with the rest of our silkscreen design. To be extra clear: When using this option you will have a small 'batch number' printed on the location of your PCB's where we had placed the "JLCJLCJLCJLC marker", but it will save you a bit of money on your order.

IMPORTANT:
If you are ordering from JLCPCB and you are using the zip file which has (JLCJLCJLCJLC) in it's name, then you have to make sure that you search for the 'Remove Order Number' option when ordering your PCB and then select [Specify a location] at this option. Otherwise you might still end up with an 'factory batch number' on your PCB AND have the 'text' JLCJLCJLCJLC printed on it. So make sure that you select [Specify a location]

Price estimate at JLCPCB
Currently (at the time of writing this 'pre-configured order manual template') prices at JLCPCB per PCB Design are around 2$ to $4 if the board is 100x100mm or less, which will get you 5 copies of the board itself for this price. And if you order 10 of the same board you will often just have to pay $5 (so just $1 more for 5 extra boards). We use JLCPCB for nearly all our projects and products and we are very satisfied with their quality and production times. Ordering from JLCPCB is as simple as going to JLCPCB.com then 'drag-and-drop' your zip file (with the Gerber files) onto the page.

NOTE: The clickable links to JLCPCB in this section are not referral links

[NOTE: This project, product or package is not sponsored by JLCPCB or other possible PCB Manufacturers mentioned on this page]

 

Features

These are the main features of the XNL LABUNO (when using the recommended components):

  • More control over UART communication
    • Ability of Utilizing Flow Control
    • CTS and RTS are both accessible
    • On-board selection of using Hardware or Software Serial for both the MCU and ESP-Slot
    • External LED Logic Monitor ability (Optional XNL Logic Monitor required for this function)
  • On-board option to turn the reset pull-up resistor on or off (10K by default)
  • Ability to choose the RTS function
    • Use to auto-reset the MCU on uploading
    • Use for RTS (flow control)
    • Disable RTS entirely (including auto reset)
  • 1:1 pin-out on the headers and the MCU
    • Which means that (when using the ATmega328) the pins/header on the board next to the microcontroller will ‘line-up’ exactly with the microcontroller itself.
    • Makes it easier to move your project from the LABUNO and breadboard to a soldered protoboard/perf board.
  • Most commonly used functions and protocols printed on the board itself.
  • Manual selection of board/MCU VCC
    • From UART/FTDI adapter
    • From external (2 pin header)
  • Powerful on-board 3.3V Low-Dropout Regulator
    • Using the LM3940
    • Input range of 4.5V to 5.5V
    • Short-Circuit protected (Built-in LM3940)
    • Built-in excess temperature protection (Built-in LM3940)
  • Full support for the ESP-8266-01 Module
    • On-board settings (jumpers) to communicate with the MCU via SW or HW UART.
    • Ability to use the ESP-8266-01 or XNL Wesp (with ESP-12E) WITHOUT a MCU and program it directly from the board as a standalone MCU.
    • Breakout Header to access the ESP’s most important I/O’s (Except CH_PD).
    • On-board Logic Level Shifter from 5V to to 3.3V (bi-directional using the BSS138)
  • Fully XEWA™ Certified

Bill Of Materials

Bellow you’ll find a list of the components you will need to build/make your own XNL LABUNO.

IMPORTANT:
This list of components is only to build the XNL LABUNO! If you are using the ‘XNL LABUNO Full Package files‘ to order your PCB’s (which are also included in the download(s) of this project/product), then you will also need the components for the XNL Logic Monitor (2x), the XNL ESP Direct Adapter and the XNL Wesp.

Next to these components You will also need a USB to serial cable or board to communicate with the XNL LABUNO, because this LABUNO model does not have a USB controller onboard (the LABUNO USB does have a USB controller onboard though). To connect this LABUNO model with your computer you can for example use something like our XNL F.U.T.S., any other CH430 Cable/board or an FTDI cable/adapter.

Required components list:
The checkboxes in this table can be used when you for example printed (or copy-pasted) this table so that you can ‘check-off’ the items which you have, have ordered or ‘are in’ (from ordering). The website does NOT remember/stores it when you ‘tick something off’ on this page!

XNL LABUNO
Got It Quantity Part/Item Footprint/Size & Notes
1
XNL LABUNO PCB(0) Custom
2
0Ω “Resistor” 0805 (SMD/SMT)
1
220Ω Resistor 0805 (SMD/SMT)
5
1K Resistor 0805 (SMD/SMT)
5
10K Resistor 0805 (SMD/SMT)
2
LED Red 0805 (SMD/SMT)
1
LED Blue 0805 (SMD/SMT)
2
22pF Ceramic Capacitor 0805 (SMD/SMT)
9
100nF Ceramic Capacitor(1) 0805 (SMD/SMT)
1
470nF Ceramic Capacitor 0805 (SMD/SMT)
1
33µF Electrolytic Capacitor(2) SMD or Through Hole
1
16MHz Crystal HC-49/S (Mini)
1
DIP-28 Socket DIP-28 Standard
1
ATmega328 MCU(3) DIP-28
1
LM3940 3.3V Regulator(4)(5) DDPAK/TO-263-3 or SOT-223-3
1
CD1206-S01575 1206 (SMD/SMT)
2
BSS138 SOT-23 (SMD/SMT)
1
MF-MSMF050-2 500mA(6) 1812 (SMD/SMT)
3
Tactile Button (6mm) SMD or Through Hole
1
6x1M 90 Degree Male Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
1
2x1M 90 Degree Male Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
2
3x1M Male Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
3
2x1M Male Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
1
3x2M Male Pin Header(7) 2.54mm standard pitch
1
4x2M Male Pin Header(8) 2.54mm standard pitch
1
3x1F Female Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
2
4x1F Female Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
1
5x1F Female Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
2
14x1F Female Pin Header 2.54mm standard pitch
1
4x2F Female Pin Header(9) 2.54mm standard pitch
8
Jumper (aka: Busbar / Shunt) 2.54mm standard pitch
Parts List Created With XEWA Enterprise 1.0
By: XNL Future Technologies

(1) Not all the listed components might be desired by your application, please consult the rest of the documentation before you decide if you want or need all of these components
(2) 33µF is the minimum specified by the LM3940 requirements, this value may be increased without limit. However it is very important to consult the LM3940 data sheet for ESR Limits and specifications for the LM3940!
(3) The XNL LABUNO silkscreen (PCB Print) is designed to be used with the “standard” Arduino® UNO pin-out, but you are free to use any other MCU which is compatible with the pin-out of the ATmega328. For example the board is also compatible with the ATmega8 and the ATmega168 (and possibly others). Do note that the silkscreen might not be compatible with other MCU’s (functions like PWM, Analog etc could be on other pins for these MCU’s)!
(4) You could replace the LM3940 with a regulator of your own choice, do realize though that you then also might be required to use other capacitors for the Voltage/Low-Dropout Regulator (LDO).
(5) We recommend using the TO-263-3 package and that you solder it to the plane provided on our PCB for optimal performance, stability and temperature control.
(6) “Any” decent (and fast) 500mA Resettable fuse (PPTC) should be usable, we recommend a Hold current of 0.5A (500mA) and a MAX Trip current of 1A. You are also allowed to bypass the fuse (F1 on the PCB) entirely by shorting the two pads. Please do keep in mind when bypassing, that this fuse is present to offer some sort of protection to the UART cable and or host computer!
(7) When stock limitations apply, we suggest that you use two 3x1M headers for this connector.
(8) When stock limitations apply, we suggest that you use two 4x2M headers for this connector.
(9) When stock limitations apply, we suggest that you use two 4x2F headers for this connector.

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