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SuperDuino: Arduino Compatible + Color Display + Acceleromtr

 


SuperDuino is perfect for Professionals, Hobbyists and University Students
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SuperDuino is featured on TechCrunch
It’s a clever, cool little product and could be useful for wearables experimenters and micro-Flappy Bird fans. Comments By John Biggs TechCrunch.








Addons


-Specification:
  • USB Programmable (Micro USB Connector )
  • 16Mhz / 32Khz System clock
  • Two 8-bit Timer/Counters with Separate Prescaler and Compare Mode
  • One 16-bit Timer/Counter with Separate Prescaler, Compare Mode, and Capture Mode
  • Real Time Counter with Separate Oscillator
  • Six PWM Channels8-channel 10-bit ADC USARTMaster/Slave SPI
  • Byte-oriented 2-wire Serial Interface (I2C)On-chip Analog Comparator
  • Interrupt and Wake-up on Pin Change23 Programmable I/O Lines
  • 1.7" 128X160 16bit color TFT LCD
  • USB / CR2032 coin cell ( Can charge rechargeable cell ) / 3-12V Supply operated 
  • 3 axes Accelrometer ( can detect single click,double click,up,down,left,right tilt )
  • 2.54mm I/O pin Header
  • Speaker Option
  • Bluetooth Add-on
  • WIFI Add-on
  • MicroSD Add-on





SuperDuino is designed for Education
Following Learning Tutorials which will be provided with SuperDuino
1. Displaying Text and colorful Graphics patterns
2. Temperature and Humidity controller
3. Volt and Ampere Meter
4. Capacitance Meter
5. Frequency Meter
6. Osciloscope
7. Digital Logic Analyzer
8. Pedometer
9. Smart Watch
10. Talking Clock
11. Bricks Breaker Game
12. Flappybird Game
13. Connecting devices via mobile phone ( Wifi )


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