The BoardX motherboard includes a main port, two add-on ports, USB & DC power inputs and a USB to UART driver.
The BoardX motherboard as nature intended.
The BoardX motherboard with add-ons installed, and some white LEDs for good measure.
The BoardX AVR-X add-on includes a 16 MHz Atmel ATMega328p microcontroller.
The BoardX ADC-X analog-to-digital converter add-on.
The FRAM-X BoardX add-on boasts 512 bytes of ferroelectric RAM.
The PROTO-X BoardX add-on, for the DIY add-on enthusiast.
Something of a prospective big stepbrother to Arduino, BoardX is a new DIY electronics kit dreamt up by robotics enthusiast turned entrepreneur, Kevin Green. Like Arduino, BoardX is a customizable and expandable motherboard that forms a base, schematically and structurally, to whatever electronics wizardry the end user has in mind. What separates BoardX from Arduino is its larger physical size, greater current-carrying capacity, and the fact that the board does not come with an integrated processor. Users must select their own.
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