Having Fun with Netduino

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Nov 2, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Having Fun with Netduino

Chris Gilmore

Joe Havelick


What is a Netduino?


* Not actual size

Use Cases


Prototyping


Robotics


Automation


Automotive


Sequencing


Learning aid


Making something cool


The Netduino

processor and memory


Atmel 32
-
bit microcontroller


Speed: 48MHz, ARM7


Code Storage: 128 KB


power and i/o


input: 7.5
-

12.0 VDC or USB
powered


output: 5 VDC and 3.3 VDC
regulated


digital i/o are 3.3 V
--
but 5 V
tolerant


Power


Inputs

Outputs


Shields


The Netduino Plus

differences from the Netduino


Code Storage: 64 KB


ethernet


micro
sd


The Netduino Mini

Differences from the Netduino


Smaller package


Code Storage: 152 KB


output: 5 VDC only


16 digital/analog GPIO pins

Developing for
Netdiuno


Environment


Visual Studio 2010


C#/
VB.Net


.NET Micro Framework




Developing for
Netdiuno


Features


Intellisense


Debugging


Breakpoints


Console


Emulation


Multithreading


Unit Testing




Sample


Farty

Breathalizer


Dev

Environment


Basic I/O

Sample
-

NetDoorNo


Events


Netduino Plus as a Web Server

Sample
-

GPS Flight Logger


Classes and Libraries


SD Card Write

Samples
-

Floppy Instrument


Multithreading


Interfaces


Resources


Netduino.com


Forums/Chat


Book: The Internet of Things


SparkFun.com


DIYDrones.com

Questions


Chris Gilmore


Joe
Havelick


JoeHavelick.com