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86Duino ONE86Duino_ONE-45DBUY

● Vortex86EX Processor
300MHz 32-bit x86
128MB DDR3
LAN
USB 2.0
Micro-SD
● Open-Source Hardware
● Support DOS, Windows, Linux
● Arduino-Compatible IDE

86Duino is an open-source embedded platform based on Vortex86EX SoC, easy-to-use hardware and software integrated. This Arduino-compatible board can support many x86 O/S as well as those running on the original Arduino base system.
The 86Duino is a high performance and fully static 32-bit x86 processor board compatible with Windows OS, Linux and most popular 32-bit RTOS. It integrates PCIE bus, DDR3, ROM controller, xISA, I2C, SPI, IPC (Internal Peripheral Controllers with DMA and interrupt timer/counter included), Fast Ethernet, FIFO UART, USB2.0 and SD/SATA controller within a single package to form a system-on-a-chip (SOC).
86Duino provides an ideal solution for the Arduino and embedded system with desired performance.
Technical Specifications
Processor Vortex86EX
Clock Speed 300 MHz
Memory 128MB industrial-grade DDR3
Flash Memory 8MB
Digital I/O Pins 45 (of which 11 provide 32bit PWM output)
Analog Input Pins 7 (11bit)
Communication I2C, SPI, UART, RS485, CAN, LAN
Sound High Definition Audio
Sensor LSM330DLC (6-axis Accelerometer & Gyro)
Operating Voltage 5V
Input Voltage (recommended) 6-24V (with anti-power protection)
DC Current per I/O Pin 16 mA
DC Current for 3.3V Pin 400 mA

All features and specifications subject to change without notice.


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86Duino Motor Shield Demo

Vortex86 mini PCI-E VGA card on 86Duino One


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  1. Vortex86EX Datasheet V1.4
  2. Circuits Schematics for DM-205 (Vortex86EX SOM-128-EX)
  3. Circuits Schematics for DM-223 (Daughter Board)
  4. BOM/Part List for DM-223 (Daughter Board)
  5. Gerber file for DM-223 (Daughter Board)

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86Duino preload program is free software: it under the terms of the GNU General Public License and GNU Lesser General Public License. See <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>