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wopo

Good morning!

I bought recently a DUE board Model DUE R3-E. I there any difference to the preceding boards. I cant't find no hint at the arduino hompage.

Thanks for the Anwser.

Wopo

ODwyerPW

I searched the web for info as well, and could not find anything.
All of my DUEs simply report: Board Model Due R3.

Visually, is there anything different? Can you see if any new lines have been brought out from the native Ethernet interface of the ATSAM3X8E? Ok.... so I'm just indulging in a bit of wishful thinking that the E stood for Ethernet.
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Markus_L811


Good morning!

I bought recently a DUE board Model DUE R3-E. I there any difference to the preceding boards. I cant't find no hint at the arduino hompage.

Thanks for the Anwser.

Wopo


Can you pop out some more infos where did you buy it, can you post a piture?

vile

Hi,

yes, a link would be great, as the DUE R3 seems to have a problem: when it is powered the code won't run. You have to power off, wait some seconds and then reconnect it to power, only then the code will work. The R3-E solves this, have a look at this thread: http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=256771.15

Vile

reha

Hi Marcus,
I'm also looking for the info for "E" edition but could not find any.. Some of my boards are "E" but I dont know where I purchased.. It looks very similar to R3..but, if you like I can post photos of the board.. reha

hiduino

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Oct 18, 2014, 11:33 am Last Edit: Oct 18, 2014, 11:36 am by hiduino Reason: 1
The Arduino Store is selling the new Due R3-E, without headers.

reha

Hi,
many thanks for info.. But still looking for "difference btwn R3 & R3E" or schematic of R3 E .. on the store, could not locate any technical information. reha

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