What's Next Turquoise, Atheros AR9331 and the ATmega32u4 MCU Board, Compatible w/ Arduino® Yun A000008 (WN00006) (New)

Regular price $63.95

What's Next Turquoise is a microcontroller board based on the Atheros AR9331 and the ATmega32u4 MCU. It unleashes the power of a small computer running Linux, connected to an 8-bit microcontroller plus Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity. The Qualcomm Atheros CPU runs at up to 400MHz supporting a Linux distribution based on OpenWRT named Linino OS and an ATmega32u4 MCU for GPIO control. The board has built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi support, a USB-A port, micro-SD card slot, 20 digital input/output pins (up to 7 can be used as PWM outputs and up to 12 as analog inputs), a 16MHz clock, a micro USB connection, TWI, SPI, UART interfaces, an ICSP header, two reset buttons, and one WLAN/USER button. The turquoise board is a powerful networking computer. In addition to Linux commands like the cURL, you can write your own shell and python scripts for robust interactions. Interfaces Serial - 1xUART, 1xSPI, 1xTWI USB - 2.0 host/device/HID (Native) Wi-Fi - 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz Ethernet - 802.3 10/100 Mbit/s Card reader - uSD General Input Voltage - 5V (USB, ext. or optional PoE) Power Consumption - 250mA PCB size - 53mm x 68.5mm Weight - 34g Microcontroller Microcontroller - ATmega32u4 Architecture - Microchip AVR 8-bit Operating Voltage - 5V Flash Memory - 32kB (4kB used by bootloader) SRAM - 2.5kB EEPROM - 1kB Clock Speed - 16MHz DC Current per I/O pins - 40 mA (I/O pins), 50 mA (3.3 V pin) Microprocessor Processor - Atheros AR9331 Architecture - MIPS Operating Voltage - 3.3V Flash Memory - 16MB RAM - 64MB DDR2 Clock Speed - 400MHz

  • Based on the Atheros AR9331 and the ATmega32u4 MCU
  • It unleashes the power of a small computer running Linux
  • You can write your own shell and python scripts for robust interactions
  • Connected to an 8-bit microcontroller plus Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Fully Arduino® compatible (Arduino IDE)