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The Propeller Proto Board USB from the Maker Shed has all the features of the regular Propeller Proto Board but includes an on board USB programming interface. Perfect for projects requiring a USB interface in the application.

Board Features

  • P8X32A-Q44 Propeller chip
  • Programming interface included on board
  • 64 KB EEPROM for program and data storage
  • LM1086 5 V and 3.3 V regulators provide up to 1.5 Amps with an input power supply of 6-9 VDC
  • Three-position power switch (off, logic power, power to logic and servo ports
  • Sockets for 4 servos
  • Removable 5 MHz crystal
  • Access to all 32 I/O pins
  • Large prototyping area
  • Unplated row of holes along perimeter to provide stress relief to off-board connections

 

 

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  1. Greg Meece says:

    I think you mean “Perfect for projects…” instead of “Prefect for projects…” A prefect is a Roman administrator of sorts, so likely as not we’re not summoning one for our project. Not that that wouldn’t be kinda cool, but…

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  2. Greg Meece says:

    I think you mean “Perfect for projects…” instead of “Prefect for projects…” A prefect is a Roman administrator of sorts, so likely as not we’re not summoning one for our project. Not that that wouldn’t be kinda cool, but…

  3. Andrew says:

    This is a very handy for starting projects.  I like to solder female headers by the prop pins and make “shields” for them.  This is a pretty powerful board with 8 cores running at 80 MHz.

  4. Andrew says:

    This is a very handy for starting projects.  I like to solder female headers by the prop pins and make “shields” for them.  This is a pretty powerful board with 8 cores running at 80 MHz.

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