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embedded GNU/Linux as a pluggable module which can easily be used in an IC base.



  • 180 MHz
  • 8 or 32 MB RAM
  • Boot from SD-Card (up to 16 GB)
  • USB OTG (Host or Device)
  • 15 X Digital in and outputs
  • 4 x Analogue inputs
  • I2C
  • SPI
  • PWM
  • Simple 5V power supply
  • power consumption about 100mA full load (5V power supply) -> 0.5 Watts

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Minimal wire up

To make the Gnublin DIP boot, you need to wire up some basic circuit. The boot device is configurable with IO0 and IO2. IO1 must be connected to VCC = 3.3V

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Pin location

The following picture shows you the Pins and the interfaces (A0-A3 are the ADC inputs):

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