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Dooba Releases ioNode Improvement Board with ATmega1284P Microcontroller

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Microchip’s ATmega1284P microcontroller has been round for a number of years and is a well-liked chip that may be present in a myriad of growth boards, akin to choices from EWS and Seeed. Swiss-based Dooba is one other firm that took benefit of the MCU, with the current launch of their ioNode board. The ioNode is a part of Dooba’s open ource embedded growth ecosystem, which incorporates add-on modules that present the board with elevated performance.

Dooba’s ioNode is a part of the corporate’s growth ecosystem that features add-on modules for elevated performance. (📷: Dooba)

On the {hardware} finish, the ioNode is outfitted with MCU talked about earlier and options 16Kb of RAM and 128Kb of Flash. It packs 29 I/Os (30 in complete with one designated for LED), with 21 digital-only, eight digital/analog, and 7 PWM outputs, plus a USB port, UART, I2C, and SBI. There’s additionally 4 LEDs — PWR, ACT, USB, and RX/TX. Dooba provides you a alternative of headers as properly, together with male/feminine, soldered on high or backside of the board, or unsoldered.

Dooba’s add-on modules embody an MP3 participant, LiPo battery, micro SD socket, and extra. (📷: Dooba)

As alluded to earlier than, Dooba’s open ecosystem consists of assorted modules that can be utilized with the ioNode or any venture that help an SPI interface. The modules embody an Aecho MP3 participant, Nomad LiPo battery, Inpad consumer enter module, and microSD socket in SIP or DIP variations. The corporate additionally provides ProtoBundle kits that allow customers construct small or massive tasks, which embody shows, an ESP01-S Wi-Fi module, slide/tactile switches, LEDs, and extra.

Extra data on Dooba’s ioNode might be discovered on official documentation web page and is now accessible for round $35, which comes along with your alternative of small, medium, or massive prototyping breadboard.

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