Anyone who would like to learn more about Arduino programming may be interested in a new piece of hardware which is being created by Alexandre Pailhoux called the DevDuino. Launched via Kickstarter this week the DevDuino is already close to securing its €8,000 pledge goal with still 29 days remaining on its campaign. Offering an open source solution and a customised Arduino compatible development board with plenty of “must-have features”, says its creator. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the DevDuino which offers an exciting way to learn more about the Arduino platform and creating electronic projects.
DevDuino has also been designed to provide those with a little more Arduino experience with a day-to-day way of creating prototypes fast, valuing sensors and debugging professional electronics projects. The DevDuino is equipped with a low-power Microchip 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller featuring 32KB self-programming flash program memory, 2.5KB SRAM, 1KB EEPROM, USB 2.0 full-speed/low speed device, 12-channel 10-bit A/D-converter, and JTAG interface for on-chip-debugging. Further features and modules of the DevDuino Arduino learning system include:
– 1x 1.3 Inches 128×64 OLED Display with SSD1306 controller.
– 1x Connector for Wi-Fi Module DT-06 or Bluetooth Module HC-06.
– 1x Micro-SD slot for Data Logging or Memory Extension.
– 1x Real Time Clock with CR1220 3V back-up battery slot.
– 1x Temperature sensor.
– 17x GPIOs with YELLOW Low Power LEDs (3 GPIOS are buffered).
– 2x GREEN status Low Power LEDs on +5V and +3.3V.
– 5x Analog inputs with buffered YELLOW Low Power LEDs.
– 2x WHITE LEDs for Dark Environment
– 1x RED Low Power LED for the Reset Pin.
– 1x RED Low Power LED for Serial RX and GREEN for Serial TX.
– 1x Push-Button wired to an INTERRUPTION Input.
– 1x ON/OFF Power Switch.
– 1x Slot for a 2 wire Voltmeter (included).
– 1x Micro USB Connector
– More explicit silkscreen.
DevDuino is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges starting from just €37 and delivery expected to take place during Decemeber 2017. For full specifications and more information jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page via the link below.
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