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Topic: New: RFX Teensy 3.x dev board w/ shield breakout, prototyping area, nRF24L01+ (Read 2119 times) previous topic - next topic

pico

RFX Teensy 3.x development board with Arduino shield breakout, prototyping area and nRF24L01+ headers.

This Uno-sized (7cmx5cm) carrier board for PJRC Teensy 3.0/3.1 is a convenient way to add nRF24L01+ module and Arduino shield compatibility to a Teensy 3.x project, as well as providing a general breakout board with prototyping area.

Note: The new Teensy 3.1 boards have 5V tolerant digital IO pins, making Arduino shield compatibility even more straightforward. (Note also that OSH Park have got a killer deal on the Teensy 3.1 at the moment -- all with PJRC's official blessing.)

Team these guys up with the RFXduino nRF24<->TCP/IP gateway and software, and you get a WiFi connected Due-class board for a fraction of the price of, well, a Due and WiFi card! (With greater functionality, too, e.g., access to https servers.)

Available as bare PCB, kit, or assembled. All through-hole components for an easy soldering kit.

http://embeddedcoolness.com/shop/rfx-teensy3-x-nrf24l01-carrier-board-w-prototyping-area-kit/



WiFi shields/Yun too expensive? Embeddedcoolness.com is now selling the RFXduino nRF24L01+ <-> TCP/IP Linux gateway: Simpler, more affordable, and even more powerful wireless Internet connectivity for *all* your Arduino projects! (nRF24L01+ shield and dev board kits available too.)

robtillaart

Rob Tillaart

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Jantje

This is cool.
I fully agree with rob.

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The carrier board supports the standard Arduino shield header layout, as well as a second breadboard compatible (i.e., proper 0.1? pitch grid-aligned) header layout, so you can also easily connect the board to breadboards, or common 50mm (or wider) proto boards.

Good thinking.


Best regards
Jantje
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Nederlandse sectie - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/board,77.0.html -

pico

Thanks guys for the kind words. Anyone with such exquisite good taste deserves a karma bump. :-)
WiFi shields/Yun too expensive? Embeddedcoolness.com is now selling the RFXduino nRF24L01+ <-> TCP/IP Linux gateway: Simpler, more affordable, and even more powerful wireless Internet connectivity for *all* your Arduino projects! (nRF24L01+ shield and dev board kits available too.)

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