Starter kit with all you need to learn how to program pcDuino.
The package includes: pcDuino, an analogue/digital experimentation board, a breadboard adapter for pcDuino, a 40 contact Self-adhesive Breadboard, a pack of 70 jumper male/male, a micro SDCard HC containing the software, a switching power supply with USB 5 Vdc/2 A output, HDMI cable, USB cable M (A) / Micro (B) and a CAT5E FTP cable.
pcDuino is a mini PC, in development board format, based on the Allwinner A10 SoC, equipped with 1 GHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU. It is able to support operating systems such as Ubuntu and Android ICS.
It is also compatible with the Arduino shields (through a special adapter that can be purchased separately). It has a Mali400 OpenGL ES GPU, a 1GB DRAM, a 2GB Flash, a 10/100 Ethernet port, HDMI video output, 2 Ethernet / OTG ports, 1 Micro SDcard slot, 14 digital pins for GPIO.
To use it right away just connect the 5V power supply, a keyboard, a mouse and the HDMI output to any TV or monitor equipped with an HDMI interface.
Processor: 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU
GPU: OpenGL ES2.0, Open VG 1.1 Mali 400 core
Video Output: HDMI 1080p
Supported operating systems: Linux3.0 + Ubuntu 12.04 + Android ICS 4.0
Network: 10 / 100Mbps RJ45 Ethernet port
MicroSD card slot: max. up to 32GB
14 digital pins for GPIO
1 UART (TX / RX)
2 PWM hardware pins, PWM1 and PWM2, which can generate frequencies up to 24 MHz, the other PWNs are simulated by the GPIO and can generate frequencies up to 100 Hz, not very accurate
6 pins of Analog / Digital inputs, two of which, ADC0 and ADC1, have a 6 bit resolution, the others have a 12 bit resolution;
4 SPI pins
2 pins IÂ²C
API to access the following interfaces: UART, ADC, PWM, GPIO, I2C
Programming in C, C ++ with GNU tool chain
Programming in Java with the Android SDK standard
Power supply: 5 Vdc - 2 A
Dimensions: 125x52 mm