To create and match with a default reference design, electronic boards must respect some design rules in order to properly work in a Luos network.
Board examples and electronic sources are available on GitHub. You are free to use them as you want.
You can Find the schematic of a Luos ready board call L0 for a quick hardware example (available on GitHub).
A Luos-friendly electronic board must contain at least the following elements:
- 1 MCU (microcontroller unit): It hosts, as a node, the Luos firmware along with the different containersSoftware element run by Luos that can communicate with other containers. It can be a driver or an app. (Initially called a module) (drivers and apps).
- At least 2 connectors: They allow to link boards together into a Luos network as a daisy-chain.
Luos' One-wire official connector is: DF11-4DP-2DS.
Luos' RS485 official connector is: DF11-8DP-2DS.
Luos manages any type of microcontrollers, but they need to be added manually to the library. If your microcontroller is not supported yet, please contact us: