Features:Upto 8 ADC Input Channels, 4 LEDs, ESD Protection for all I/O Pins, In-system Programming Support
SVHC:No SVHC (20-Jun-2013)
Cerebot Nano Development Board based on the ATmega168
The 210-145 is a Cerebot Nano board. it is a smallest in the Cerebot line of boards. The board's small size allows it to be used as either a peripheral that can be plugged directly into other Diligent boards or as a tiny stand alone embedded control board. In spite of its small size, the Cerebot Nano is packed with features. The Cerebot Nano's versatile design and programmable microcontroller allows to control different external devices and program the board for multiple uses. The board has many I/O connectors and supports a number of programming tools including Atmel AVR Studio 4 and WinAVR. The board has a number of connections for peripheral devices. Although the Cerebot Nano can be used as a stand alone microcontroller board, it is also designed to be part of a larger system using a distributed processing architecture.
One 6 pin and two 12 pin connectors for Diligent Pmod peripheral module boards
Up to eight analog to digital (ADC) input channels
ESD protection for all I/O pins
In system programming support using the parallel JTAG cable or the USB JTAG/SPI cable
The Cerebot Nano is rated for external power ranging from 2.7Vdc to 5.5Vdc. Using voltage outside this range could damage the Cerebot Nano and connected devices.
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