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MrEvilBreakfast

Member Since: March 10, 2012

Country: Canada

  • Very interesting. I'm building a pair of robots, and a month and a half ago when I was ordering all my hardware, I specifically went with a Digilent chipKit UNO32 and a chipKit MAX32 because I wanted a faster, 32 bit core. Seeing this... I think I'm still glad I did. All of the I/Os are 5v tolerant on the chipKits.

    I'm just curious if the I/Os supply as much current as a ATMEGA based Arduino. The chipKits only supply about 12mAh per I/O.

  • Yes, there really ought to be a complete pinout of this thing.... the datasheets and schematics tell you nothing.

No public wish lists :(