This page lists the major components of the TINI board. The first column lists the component's label as found on the schematic of Rev E of the TINI board. The second column lists the component's function. The third column provides the component's identifier. If the identifier is shown as a link, following it should download the component's datasheet. The last column lists the manufacturer. If the manufacturer is shown as a link, following it will take you to the manufacturer's home page.
The individual components will not be accessible to developers until native programming tools are available for TINI. Until then, the data sheets will not be very useful. One exception is the DS2502-UNW. This device is accessible via TINI's internal 1-Wire interface. Since this device just contains TINI's unique 1-wire address and ethernet address, however, it is not very exciting.
To find out where each component is located on the TINI board, go to the TINI Legend. To see what the components look like on an actual TINI board, visit the TINI Image page.
|U2||Flash ROM||Am29F040B||Advanced Micro Devices|
|U3||Ethernet Interface||LAN91C96||Standard MicroSystems Corporation|
|U4||SRAM||HM628512BLTT5 (See Note 1)||Hitachi Semiconductor|
|U7||Real-Time Clock||DS1315||Dallas Semiconductor|
|U8||1-Wire Interface||DS2480||Dallas Semiconductor|
|U10||SRAM Non-Volitizer||DS1321||Dallas Semiconductor|
|U11||Unique ID & Ethernet Address||DS2502-UNW||Dallas Semiconductor|
|U12||Ethernet Filter Module||PM-1006||Premier Magnetics Inc.|
|U14||RS232 Interface||DS232A||Dallas Semiconductor|
Note 1: The Hitachi chip was used on early TINIs. From the mailing list, the other two chips should be suitable as well (in case you want to try to solder one onto the spare SRAM space of your TINI board) The latest TINI we received had some other Samsung chip on it (possibly just a new part number for the same chip).