When you think about a piece of equipment like a mixed signal oscilloscope you usually think of, well, a piece of equipment. What you probably don’t imagine is a DIP package. The XMEGA Xprotolab is exactly that: The first ever mixed signal oscilloscope, logic analyzer and arbitrary waveform generator in a DIP module. At only 1 x 1.6 inches, this oscilloscope can be plugged directly into a breadboard.
The on-board graphic OLED matrix can display waveforms, measurements and menu systems. You can also connect it to your PC and use Gabotronics' XScopes software to control the device and view wav..
Prototype board for 40 pin Atmel ATMega microcontrollers with power supply circuit, 8MHz crystal oscillator circuit, RS232 port, reset IC, status LED, and 10 pin STK ICSP port.
Notes: Board does not come with AVR Microcontroller installed. Please see a list of related items below.
Dimensions: 100x80 mm (3.9x3.15")
STK200 compatible ICSP 5x2 pin connector for in-circuit programming with AVR-PG1 or AVR-PG2
JTAG 5x2 pin connectr for in-circuit programming and debugging with AVR-JTAG-USB and AVR-JTAG-L
RS232 Tx, Rx interface with MAX232 IC on socket
8 MHz crystal on socket (user can..
This Art Controller Relay Kit from Evil Mad Scientist is a stand-alone relay board with an on-board ATtiny2313 microcontroller which governs timing and logic and possesses the ability to control a single electromechanical relay for switching loads of up to 24VDC or 40VAC. Each Art Controller comes equipped with a single pole - double throw (SPDT) sealed relay which can handle a current load of up to 5A (10A Normally Open). This means that when current is applied to the coil it throws a simple changeover switch, terminating the connection from the NC (Normally Closed) contact to ground and clos..
Description: A breakout board for the popular ATMega128 micro controllers. These are very nice PCBs with the AVR STK programming port, JTAG Debugging Port, and lines for power regulation. Please see schematic for specifics.
Dimensions: 47x47 mm (1.85x1.85")
FR-4, 1.5 mm (0.062"), green solder mask, white silkscreen component print
Extension pin headers for each uC pin
The ATmega128RFA1 is a portmanteau of sorts – two separate components combined to form one device; half microcontroller, half RF transciever. ATmega128RFA1 is an IEEE 802.15.4 compliant single-chip, combining the industry- leading AVR microcontroller and best-in-class 2.4GHz RF transceiver providing industry’s highest RF performance for single-chip devices, with a link budget of 103.5dBm.
The ATmega128RFA1 features Wake-on Radio, 32-bit MAC symbol counter, temperature sensor, automatic transmission modes, 128-bit AES crypto engine, true random number generator, high data rate modes, and ante..
This is a breakout board for the ATmega128RFA1. It includes an onboard 3.3V regulator, chip antenna, and DC input jack. The board can be powered with either a 5V or a 9V wall wart.
ATmega128RFA1 is an IEEE 802.15.4 compliant single-chip, combining the industry- leading AVR microcontroller and best-in-class 2.4GHz RF transceiver providing industry’s highest RF performance for single-chip devices, with a link budget of 103.5dBm.
The ATmega128RFA1 features Wake-on Radio, 32-bit MAC symbol counter, temperature sensor, automatic transmission modes, 128-bit AES crypto engine, true random number ..
The AVR Stick is a simple data logging device that instantiates itself as an HID keyboard and reports the voltages, along with a ‘timestamp,’ from two pins on an ATtiny85. The device uses open source firmware availabe from Objective Development (http://www.obdev.at/vusb/) called V-USB to implement the USB 1.1 standard. The code that runs the application was based on the EasyLogger example application from Objective development.
The default firmware runs simply enough: plug it in to a USB port on your computer, after the computer recognizes the device as a keyboard it will automatically start..
Description: The Displayduino XBee Shield is an awesome new add-on board that allows MondoMatrix users to take advantage of not one – but two XBee radio controllers.
XBee and XBee-PRO 802.15.4 OEM RF modules are embedded solutions providing wireless end-point connectivity to devices. These modules use the IEEE 802.15.4 networking protocol for fast point-to-multipoint or peer-to-peer networking. They are designed for high-throughput applications requiring low latency and predictable communication timing.
In addition, even when the Displayduino XBee Shield is plugged into the main con..
The ATMega 32U4 is an 8-bit AVR microcontroller featuring 32KB self-programming flash program memory, 2.5KB SRAM, 1KB EEPROM and a 12-channel 10-bit A/D-converter. It even has on-chip USB 2.0. You might recognize it from our Pro Micro development boards as well as the Arduino Leonardo.
This breakout is designed for people who are interested in programming outside of the Arduino IDE in order to take advantage of lower-level programming capabilities. The board comes pre-loaded with the LUFA CDC bootloader, which allows you to build your code with WinAVR and then program the chip through the US..
This is a breakout board for the 100-pin TQFP package of Atmel’s ATxmega128A1. The ATxmega128A1 is a low power, high performance and peripheral rich CMOS 8/16-bit microcontroller based on the AVR enhanced RISC architecture.
Among the chip’s many features are 128kB of flash memory, 8 kB SRAM, 78 I/O pins, eight 16-bit timers, sixteen 12-bit ADCs, four 12-bit DACs, eight USART, four SPI and four TWI interfaces. This powerful chip can process up to 32 MIPS when running at its maximum clock speed of 32MHz. The operating voltage of the xmega is 1.6 to 3.6VDC.
All VCC pins of the ATxmega128A1 ar..
Description: The Uzebox GameCard baseboard is a carrier board for the AVCore module. The GameCard is designed for creating and playing video games as well as graphic and audio applications based on the Uzebox project.
Simply plug the AVCore module into the Uzebox GameCard baseboard and you have the official Uzebox development platform; 100% compatible with the Uzebox specification.
The Uzebox GameCard connections include two SNES compatible joypad/controller ports, an S-video jack, RCA jacks with composite video and audio output, an Atmel ISP (2x3 pin) connector, and a 5VDC power i..