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Software, meet hardware. The Netduino Mini from the Maker Shed is an open source electronics platform using the .NET Micro Framework. The board features a 32-bit microcontroller and a rich development environment, making it a perfect solution for engineers and hobbyists alike.

Features

  • 1.2″ x 0.6″ – tiny “DIP microchip” form factor with edge pins (Pb-free)
  • Designed for breadboard use, production industrial/commercial applications, and robots/UAVs/etc.
  • Same microcontroller as a standard Netduino – but smaller and with a bit more RAM available
  • BASIC Stamp 2 pin-compatible – can be used with most BASIC Stamp 2 boards and kits.
  • Can be programmed via RS232 like BASIC Stamp 2 or via 3.3V USB-TTL cable like Arduino Nano
  • Can be powered via 9V battery, DC power leads, some USB-TTL cables, etc.
  • Industrial temperature rated (-40 C to 85 C); RoHS compliant; Pb-free

Looking for a ‘standard’ size board? The Netduino is back in stock too!

6 thoughts on “In the Maker Shed: Netduino Mini

    1. Hi Omega,

      The manufacturer is Interplex NAS and the part number is AA08AA-0560-0DCD. We use machines to attach and cut them–but one can attach and cut them by hand as well.

      Also, the open source design files and source code are available at http://www.netduino.com/downloads/

      Chris
      Secret Labs LLC

      1. Thanks for the P/N!

        Does anybody carry these parts in prototype quantities that you’re aware of, or would Maker Shed consider doing so?

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