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Member #241249

Member Since: July 28, 2011

Country: United States

  • 40 total...all can do digital, 31 of them can do PWM, and of course the other types of I/O are shared. But I don't see too much of the more specific I/O types that conflicts with others. What else in the same ballpark competes?

    Mainly just making sure that no one misses that there are 16 more I/O connections on the underside of the board, if you need them. (Ideally a long form board could be coming at come point with all as header pins, I would like that myself.)

  • Isnt that the DRV pin, which is broken out?

    And I think it will wait on forever for the DONE signal. If you need an turnoff timeout, it would be on your controller.

    As for one-shot mode where the on mode never fires except for a button press, I didnt see it defined how it works if none of the resistor dip switches are enabled. That might cause the timer to be disabled, essentially a one-shot only mode? Would have to try it.

No public wish lists :(