The power of 21 Arduino compatible shields in one product!
This all-in-one Freeduino system is a combination of Arduino-compatible hardware plus most of the popular Arduino Shield circuits. No need to buy separate shields; they're all on the same board.
The board can be powered via USB or via an external 9V DC adapter — selected via jumper.
Freeduino Rich Board Features The following interfaces are available on the board:
- Seven-segment displays
- Pulled-down switches
- 4x4 matrix keypad
- LCD 16x2 (16 characters by 2 lines)
- Variable resistance (also known as Presets) to be used as Analog Input
- I2C-based Real Time Clock using DS1307
- I2C-based EEPROM using 24C256
- I2C-based Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) using MCP4725
- Arduino compatible main controller
- Pulled-up switches
- ULN2803-based high current driver
- DC Motor driver using L293D
- IR Transmitter LED
- IR Receiver Photo diode with comparator
- IR Receiver TSOP1738 for RC5 & other encoded IR reception
- LM35 temperature sensor
- Light-Dependent Resistance (LDR)
- SPI-based EEPROM using 93C46
- MicroSD Card with 3.3V & 5V selectable I/O lines
- Ethernet controller ENC28J60 for internet-enabled Arduino application
- Serial-to-TTL converter using MAX232
- Power regulator for 9V to 5V & 3.3V
- Power Supply selection jumper
Compatibility with external Arduino shields is still maintained, though using male headers instead of the standard female.
The Freeduino Rich Board ships with a USB cable and a set of 20 F-F jumper wires to facilitate connections between systems.
The board normally contains an ATmega328 processor, being compatible with the Arduino Duemilanove. However, in cases of ATmega328 shortages from Atmel, the board may ship with an ATmega168 instead, being compatible with the Arduino Diecimila.
Download Freeduino Rich Board User Manual and Schematics
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