The Teensy is a breadboard-friendly development board with loads of features in a, well, teensy package. FashionTech designer Anouk Wipprecht teamed up with Paul Stoffenregen (PJRC) to bring out this special edition 32-bit ARM Cortex microprocessor into the mix so you can do some serious number crunching while being a pretty pink. The Pink Teensy 3.1 (Anouk Edition) is only available for a limited time while supplies last, being a special edition, so be quick!
The Teensy 3.1 comes pre-flashed with a bootloader so you can program it using the on-board USB connection: No external programmer needed! You can program for the Teensy in your favorite program editor using C *or *you can install the Teensyduino add-on for the Arduino IDE and write Arduino sketches for Teensy!
The processor on the Teensy also has access to the USB and can emulate any kind of USB device you need it to be, making it great for USB-MIDI and other HID projects. The 32 bit processor brings a few other features to the table as well, such as multiple channels of Direct Memory Access, several high-resolution ADCs and even an I2S digital audio interface! There are also 4 separate interval timers plus a delay timer! Oh yeah, and all pins have interrupt capability. Also, it can provide system voltage of 3.3V to other devices at up to 100mA.
All of this functionality is jammed into a 1.4 x 0.7 inch board with all headers on a 0.1" grid so you can slap in on a breadboard and get to work! On top of everything else the Teensy has been gifted with more RAM (64K, thats 4x more than the Teensy 3.0) and 256kb of flash memory! The Teensy 3.1 now has 5V tolerance on its digital inputs however all analog-only pins are still 3.3V only.
Note: This does not come with a USB cable, please check below for an appropriate one.
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can anyone explain why this is listed as export control/restriction ?
It has an IR modulator.....
They aren't necessarily controlled.... but some places don't allow ANY type of wireless communication....
Pardon the noobish question, but is the 100mA available to other devices mean that this is also the max you can source from the board? So like the total of anything pulling from any pin can't go over 100mA right? I have to get one of these because it is pink.
I wouldn't worry about the 100mA thing. If you need to power something that requires more that 100mA you should power it with something other than the on board power supply.