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Gandalf

 


Gandalf is a universal microcontroller development platform developed by A&T Labs. It supports four major microcontrollers (PIC, Atmega, ST and 8051) as add on boards. These add-on boards can be directly plugged in to Gandalf board and can be used as a development board and each add-on board can function as an individual small scale development board as well.

Board Specifications

  • Compatibility
    • Supports following Microcontroller/Processor Add-on Boards
      • Pipino: PIC Microcontroller Add-on (will be provided with the Package)
      • Fordo: Atmega Microcontroller Add-on (Ardiuno Mega)
      • Sam: ST Microcontroller Add-on
      • Mario: 8051 Microcontroller Add-on
  • Power
    • Onboard Switch Mode Power Supply (7 ~ 18V Input)
    • Automatic Power Source Selection
      • Priority 1: Power In
      • Priority 2: USB
  • Power Supply Polarity fault detection and protection
  • USB Power Option
  • Option for Separate Power Supply for Motors
  • Switches
    • 8 Push Button Switches
    • 4x4 Push Button Switch Grid
    • DIP switches for peripheral configuration
  • Displays
    • 16x2 Alpha Numeric LCD Display (will be provided with the Package)
    • 4 Seven Segment Displays
    • 8 LEDs
    • Graphic LCD Connector
  • Sensors
    • Potentiometer for analog input
    • Temperature Sensor (DS18B20 – Single wire serial communication)
    • IR Sensor (AX 1838HS – IR Remote Sensor)
  • Memory
    • EEPROM  (24C01,24C02,24C04,24C08 – I2C Communication)
  • Audio
    • Buzzer
  • Motor Controller
    • 2x H Bridge with L293 Motor Driver
    • Supports Stepper Motor Control
  • Real Time Clock
    • RTC with CMOS Battery (DS1307 – I2C Communication)
  • USB
    • USB Programming
    • UART/USART Communication
  • On Board Connectors
    • 4x4 Membrane Keypad Connector
    • 8x Servo motor connectors
  • Peripherals are configurable by configuration switches.

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