Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Romeo for Intel Edison Controller Without Intel Edison

Romeo for Intel® Edison is a controller board all-in-one designed for the purpose of development project - project-based IntelRomeo for Intel® Edison Edison and Arduino. Romeo for Intel® Edison is compatible with the Arduino open source platform and Linux, and supports the Java development environment and C. This device allows you to add various kinds of shield and modules, such as switches, LEDs, LCDs, sensors, motors, and servo into A board. Romeo for Intel® Edison also can function as a standalone device to communicate with software such as Flash, Processing, MAX / MSP, or VVVV.
At Romeo for Intel® Edison has also been integrated with L298P motor driver IC. The IC can provide 2-way drive on a DC motor with a maximum current output of 2 amperes. Romeo for Intel® Edison is ideal for robotics applications.

- Working Voltage: 5V
- Output Voltage: 5 V / 3.3 V
- Input Voltage: 6 - 20 V
- Digital I / O: 14
- I / O Analog: 6
- Flow Per I / O: 10 mA
- Output Current Driver: 2 x 2A
- Dimensions: 100 x 88 x 15 mm

- Supports SPI programming port
- Supports I²C interface
- Supports 2-way DC motor control
- Supports 43 340 Broadcom 802.11 a / b / g / n dual band (2.4G and 5GHz) Wi-Fi
- Support bluetooth 4.0
- Supports USB OTG