What's Next Orange is a microcontroller board based on the Atmel SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU. Unleash the power of a 32-bit microcontroller, ready for your complex projects.
It works at 3.3V, has 54 digital input/output pins (up to 12 can be used as PWM outputs and up to 12 as analog inputs), a 84MHz clock, a USB OTG capable connection, 2 DAC (digital to analog converters), TWI, SPI, UART interfaces, a power jack, a reset button, an erase button, and a JTAG interface for direct programming and debugging. Fully compatible with Arduino® Due.
The board has all you need to get started, just plug in a USB cable or an AC/DC adapter and play!
What's Next is a brand of CC Logistics, who used to be the manufacturer of original Arduino® products. CC Logistics now offers What's Next series with the same quality you'd expect!
Serial - 4xUART (1 shared w/ USB), 2xTWI, 1xSPI, 1xCAN
USB - 2.0 host/device/HID
Input Voltage - 5V (USB/ext.) or 7~12V (Vin)
Power Consumption - 100mA
PCB size - 53.3mm x 101.5mm
Weight - 34g
Microcontroller - AT91SAM3X8E
Architecture - Microchip ARM Cortex- M3
Operating Voltage - 3.3V
Flash Memory - 512kB
SRAM - 96kB (two banks: 64kB and 32kB)
Clock Speed - 84MHz
I/O Total - 54
Digital (max) - 54
PWM (max) - 12
Analog (max) - 12 ADC + 2 DAC (12-bit resolution)
DC Current per I/O pins - 130mA (I/O pins), 800mA (3.3V pin), 800mA (5V pin) (I/O pins)
- 32-bit microcontroller, ready for your complex projects!
- Based on the Atmel SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU
- It works at 3.3V, has 54 digital input/output pins, 84MHz clock, USB OTG capable connection, 2 DAC (digital to analog converters)
- TWI, SPI, UART interfaces, power jack, reset button, erase button, JTAG interface for direct programming and debugging
- Fully Arduino® compatible (Arduino IDE)