The plate Galileo Intel Gen 2 is the first in a family of development boards and certified by Arduino * prototypes based on Intel® architecture specially designed for manufacturers, students, educators and electronics enthusiasts like "Do it yourself". The Intel Galileo Gen 2 plate, which offers users a development environment hardware and open source software, complements and extends the product line Arduino to offer more advanced to IT functions are already familiar with prototyping tools Arduino. The Galileo development board Intel Gen 2 has been designed for compatibility with hardware, software and PIN, with a wide variety of decks Arduino Uno R3 * and additionally allows users to incorporate Linux firmware calls * to your programming scheme Arduino.
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- The application processor SoC Intel® Quark ™ X1000, architecture instruction set Intel® Pentium® processor 32 bits, with one core and one thread supports ISA, operating at speeds up to 400 MHz.
- Compatibility with a wide variety of interfaces E / S standard in the industry, including mini-slot PCI Express * Full size, 100 Mb Ethernet port, a microSD slot, USB host and client USB port.
- DDR3 256MB, integrated SRAM 512 kb, 8 MB NOR Flash and EEPROM standard 8 kb on the plate, more compatibility with microSD card up to 32 GB.
- Hardware compatibility and pins with a wide variety of plates Arduino Uno R3.
- Programmable via the integrated development environment (IDE) that is compatible with Arduino hosts Microsoft Windows * operating systems, Mac OS and Linux *.
- Yocto editing support * 1.4 Poky Linux.
New Intel Galileo Gen 2:
- The head TTL UART USB 3.3 V replaces 6-pin RS-232 console with 3.5mm for debugging Linux. The new 6-pin connector is compatible with the FTDI USB serial cable * (TTL-232R-3V3) and breakout popular USB to serial plate. 12 GPIOs now fully native for speed and improved strength of the unit.
- Pulse width modulation (PWM) of 12 bits for accurate servo control and a smoother response.
- The UART1 console can redirect Arduino heads schemes, eliminating the need for soft-serial in many cases.
- Ability to Power over Ethernet (PoE) 12 V (requires installation of PoE module).
- The power regulation system changed to accept power supplies 7V to 15V.