Raspberry Pi Arduino Expansion Board With Onboard RTC
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The Arduino platform comes with a vast ecosystem, and now there is a way for the Raspberry Pi GPIO interface to adapt to the Arduino pinout.
The ARPI600 board makes it possible to use the Raspberry Pi concurrently with the vast selection of Arduino shields and their hardware & software resources.
What's more, the ARPI600 also supports our XBee module, making it easy to add wireless features to your future projects.
- Standard Raspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO extension header, supports Raspberry Pi series boards, Jetson Nano
- Compatible with Arduino UNO, Leonardo, easy to connect with various Arduino shields
- XBee connector for connecting various XBee modules
- Sensor interface for connecting various sensors
- Onboard USB TO UART for serial port debugging, also can be configured as XBee USB adapter
- Onboard ADC, 10 bit, 38KSPS, 11 channels (6 channels for Arduino interface, 5 channels for sensors)
- Onboard RTC
- Arduino connector : for connecting Arduino shields
- ICSP interface : Arduino ICSP
- XBee connector : for connecting XBee communication modules
- Sensor interface : for connecting sensors
- Raspberry Pi connector : for connecting Raspberry Pi
- USB TO UART
- TLC1543 : AD converter
- PCF8563 : RTC
- 32.768KHz crystal : for RTC
- Power indicator
- XBee state LED
- XBee and Arduino interface RESET button
- XBee EASYLINK button
- RTC battery holder : for CR1220 button battery
- TLC1543 reference voltage configuration jumper
- RTC jumper
- UART jumper
- when connecting P_RX and CP_TX, P_TX and CP_RX respectively, USB TO UART is connected to Raspberry Pi serial port
- when connecting XB_RX and CP_TX, XB_TX and CP_RX respectively, USB TO UART is connected to XBee serial port
- when connecting XB_RX and P_TX, XB_TX and P_RX respectively, Raspberry Pi serial port is connected to XBee serial port
- Arduino AD selection jumper
- short 2 and 3 : Arduino A0-A5 as AD input
- short 1 and 2 : Arduino A0-A5 as digital control
- Arduino I2C selection jumper
- short the jumper : Arduino A4-A5 as I2C control (the A4-A5 of Arduino AD selection jumper should be opened)
- Arduino SPI selection jumper
- short 1 and 2 : Arduino D11-D13 as SPI control (default)
- short 2 and 3 : Arduino D11-D13 as digital control
- Manufacturer's Wiki Page for the ARPI600...
- ZigBee/XBee Module for the Raspberry Pi Arduino Expansion Board...
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