Other features and specifications include :
– 58 mm x 27 mm (2.28 inch x 1.06 inch), tightest posible design with chips mounted on top and bottom. Breadboard compatible!
– Only 2-3 secs boot time (no Linux), fast byte code execution. Energy-efficient CPU. Multiple power modes and code hibernation allow for ultra-low energy usage.
– 27 I/O pins, 11 of these pins usable as ADC (provided by accurate LPC822, not ESP32), 2 pins are 20 mA 5 V-tolerant open drain pins, 2 pins usable as touch sensor. 23 pins can be used freely for SPI, I2C, I2S or UART!
– Custom protocols, easily going into Mhz range, possible thanks to on-board I/O controller programmable through an easy to learn abstraction language. RGB LED protocols is just one example of what you can do!
– 150-Mbit WiFi (2,4 GHz, 802.11 b/g/n), 10/100-Mbit Ethernet, Bluetooth Classic + Low Energy, USB 2.0 Full Speed
– 240 Mhz, 4 MB RAM, 12 MB Flash dedicated to your application, with all files being compressed on the fly. System + IDE use separate dedicated CPU core, RAM and Flash.
To make sure you are one of the first to own the Neonious One development board jump over to its official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below.
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