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Netduino Mini
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Netduino Mini
Netduino Mini

Netduino Mini

Same microcontroller as a standard Netduino � but smaller and with a bit more RAM availabl� More>

Now $26.49$29.99 USD

Product #: MKND03

Software, meet hardware. The Netduino Mini is an open source electronics platform using the .NET Micro Framework. The board features a 32-bit microcontroller and a rich development environment, making it a perfect solution for engineers and hobbyists alike.
  • 1.2” x 0.6” – tiny “DIP microchip” form factor with edge pins (Pb-free)
  • Designed for breadboard use, production industrial/commercial applications, and robots/UAVs/etc.
  • Same microcontroller as a standard Netduino – but smaller and with a bit more RAM available
  • BASIC Stamp 2 pin-compatible – can be used with most BASIC Stamp 2 boards and kits.
  • Can be programmed via RS232 like BASIC Stamp 2 or via 3.3V USB-TTL cable like an Arduino Mini, Boarduino, Bare Bones Board, and others.
  • Can be powered via 9V battery, DC power leads, some USB-TTL cables, etc.
  • Industrial temperature rated (-40 C to 85 C); RoHS compliant; Pb-free
  • Processor and memory
    • Atmel 32-bit microcontroller
    • Speed: 48MHz, ARM7
    • Code Storage: 152 KB
    • RAM: 64 KB
    Microcontroller documentation
    Design files (open source)
    • netduino mini schematics
    • netduino mini board layout (coming)
    Source code (open source)
    • .NET Micro Framework v4.1 source
    • netduino mini firmware v4.1.0
    • netduino sdk v4.1.0 source
    Environmental
    • Operating temperature:
    • -40 - 85 °C (-40 - 185 °F)
    • RoHS compliant
    • Pb-free (lead-free)
    Digital i/o features
    • All 16 digital and analog pins: GPIO
    • Pins 1-3: RS232 TX, RX, DTR
    • Pins 9-10: I2C SDA, SCL
    • Pins 11-12: UART 1 TX, RX
    • Pins 14-16: SPI MOSI, MISO, SPCK
    • Pins 17-20: PWM, PWM, PWM, PWM
    Power pins
    • Pin 4: GROUND
    • Pin 21: 5 VDC regulated (input/output)
    • Pin 22: /RESET
    • Pin 23: GROUND
    • Pin 24: 7.5 - 12.0 VDC (input)
    Power
    • Input: 7.5 - 12.0 VDC
    • Output: 5 VDC regulated
    • Max current: 8 mA per pin
    • Pins 5-8: 2 mA per pin
Pins 11-12: 16 mA per pin
Microcontroller max current: 200 mA total
    • Digital i/o are 3.3 V--but 5 V tolerant
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Even more technical information, including the schematics, can be found here.

  • Brian Jepson's post on makezine.com will get you started fast!
  • Netduino Getting Started (HD) by Secret Labs
  • Netduino Colorimeter Demo Video (HD) by Harford Hackerspace