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Two Arms for the ARM

Extend the versatility of the SAM D20 Board

Two Arms for the ARM
Small boards bring big benefits when you expand the popular SAM D20 Board used in our ARM course. As of now you can hook up EEC/Gnublin and ECC expansion boards to provide license-free radio links, RS-485, NFC, touch pads, displays, relays, MIDI, 16-bit ADC and many more ingredients for creating new projects with a 32-bit ARM brain. Demo software is included in each case.
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Component List: EEC/ECC Board
Resistors
R1–R8 = 10kOhm
Semiconductors
T1–T4 = BSS138
Miscellaneous
K1 = 20-way (2x10) pinheader receptacle, right-angled, 0.1’’ pitch
K2 = 14-pin (2x7) boxheader, 0.1’’ pitch
K3 = 4-way (2x2) pinheader receptacle, right-angled, 0.1’’ pitch
K4 = 10-pin (2x5) boxheader or 10-pin (2x5) pinheader (see text), 0.1’’ pitch
PCB # 140572-1 [6]
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Component List: EEC Board
K1 = 20-way (2x10) pinheader receptacle, right-angled, 0.1’’ pitch
K2 = 14-pin (2x7) boxheader, 0.1’’ pitch
PCB # 140572-2 [6]

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