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    Parallax Inc USB Development Kit 32900

    RS Stock No.:
    779-2712
    Mfr. Part No.:
    32900
    Manufacturer:
    Parallax Inc
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    Discontinued product
    RS Stock No.:
    779-2712
    Mfr. Part No.:
    32900
    Manufacturer:
    Parallax Inc
    COO (Country of Origin):
    US

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    COO (Country of Origin):
    US

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    Propeller BoE Board


    The Propeller Board of Education is ideal for learning the basics of electronics, programming and robotics. It also simplifies advanced applications that require RF-linked communication, audio/visual peripherals, and gigabytes of SD memory.

    Propeller 8-core microcontroller, 64KB EEPROM and 5MHz crystal oscillator
    Breadboard, sockets for power and I/O access and six servo ports with power-select jumpers
    Automatically selects between USB and external power sources and provides USB over-current protection
    Two external power options: 9V battery and center-positive 2.1mm power connector
    Reset button and 3-position power switch
    Mini stereo-audio jack, electret microphone and VGA port
    MicroSD card and XBee wireless module sockets
    Analogue header sockets provide three 10-bit inputs and two buffered variable-resolution outputs
    2 x 20 header for connecting I/O pins to VGA, XBee, Propeller clock and reset, USB serial flow control and up to 10 LEDs
    Indicator lights for system power, servo power, eight color-coded VGA channels, two analogue output level, XBee Tx/Rx and USB Tx/Rx
    SEPIC 5V @ 3A switching regulator
    Linear 3.3V @ 460mA regulator
    Power requirements: 4 to 16VDC
    Communication: USB for programming
    Dimensions: 111.1 x 77.5 x 15.9mm
    Operating temp range: 0 to +70°C


    The Propeller™ 1 microprocessor chip makes it easy to rapidly develop embedded applications. Its eight 32-bit processors (COGs) can operate simultaneously, either independently or cooperatively, sharing common resources through a central hub. The developer has full control over how and when each cog is employed; there is no compiler-driven or operating system-driven splitting of tasks among multiple cogs. A shared system clock keeps each cog on the same time reference, allowing for true deterministic timing and synchronization. Two programming languages are available: the easy-to-learn high-level Spin, and Propeller Assembly which can execute at up to 160 MIPS (20 MIPS per COG).

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    AttributeValue
    ClassificationDevelopment Kit
    TechnologyUSB
    Discontinued product