Archive for 'Microcontroller Modules'

RobiCon compliant microcontroller board

RobiCon compliant microcontroller board

Posted on22. Mar, 2011 by .

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If you’re building a robot or any other project using the RobiCon standardized module format, this miniscule microcontroller board might be a great drop-in brain to run the show!

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Use .NET with a microcontroller

Use .NET with a microcontroller

Posted on13. May, 2010 by .

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This new Fez Domino lets you write code for your project using the .NET framework. Perfect if you’re already familiar with .NET from programming on Windows!

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MAKE Controller & I/O board

MAKE Controller & I/O board

Posted on04. May, 2009 by .

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The MAKE Controller is similar to an Arduino except it uses a different Atmel AVR chip. However, the board aims to make it easy for the hobbyist to use the surface-mount chip by including all of the supporting circuitry such as oscillators, voltage regulator, etc. The board was created by the people who write the […]

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Arduino Mega gives more powah!

Arduino Mega gives more powah!

Posted on01. Apr, 2009 by .

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The Arduino platform has become a big player in the hobbyist electronics community. It is affordable, capable, and the compiler is free and simple to use. The first Arduino came with an ATmega16, then people began changing over to the beefy ATmega168 which offers more memory for more complicated project. Like any computing resource, though, […]

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Basic Stamp 2 – Powerful and easy to use

Basic Stamp 2 – Powerful and easy to use

Posted on30. Mar, 2009 by .

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The Parallax Basic Stamp series really started a revolution many years ago when the Basic Stamp was introduced. Since then, the Basic Stamp product range has been increased to include the BS2 and a number of other handy pre-built electronic modules that are designed to work with the Stamps. The BS2 is a self-contained microcontroller […]

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World’s smallest 68HC11 modules

World’s smallest 68HC11 modules

Posted on27. Mar, 2009 by .

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These miniscule micros feature a powerful microprocessor and supporting circuitry on what the manufacturer claims is the smallest production 68HC11 module in the world. The MicroStamp11 is the perfect microcontroller module for those who prefer to use the 68HC11 series of processors. As configured on the board, the ‘HC operates in external mode which accesses […]

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