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Single Board Microcontroller

Single-board microcontrollers usually contain an on-board microcontroller chip as well as expansion headers that allow the user to read and write digital/analog signals.

Single-board microcontrollers are popular with hobbyists and engineers as they allow for easy prototyping and testing of electronic circuits.

The majority of current boards allows for USB connection to a computer, which allows the user to write and test code prior to uploading it to the microcontroller. Most boards come with appropriate integrated development environment (IDE) Software.

Board.AlaMode

Ala Mode
Combines an Arduino compatible Chip with Raspberry Pi connectors

Board.Arduino

Arduino
The original. Reads/Writes digital and analog pins and PWM.

Board.Beetle

Beetle
The Beetle is a really small (20x22mm) microcontroller with 10 IO pins

Board.IntelGallileo

Intel Gallileo
An Intel Microcontroller with uSD card support, that can function like a single-board computer and support for Arduino shields

Board.MSP430LaunchPad

MSP430 LaunchPad
An inexpensive family of Arduino alternatives by Texas Instruments with low power consumption

Board.Nanode

Nanode
Like an Arduino, but with onboard internet connectivity

Board.PinguinoPIC32

Pinguino PIC32
An industrial-grade Arduino derivative that supports Li-ion battery power.

Board.Ruggeduino

Ruggeduino
Rugged Arduino board with short circuit protection features for when you plan on making mistakes.

Board.STM32Discovery

STM32 Discovery
A powerful microcontroller with features not offered by other boards.

Board.STM32Nucleo

STM32 Nucleo
The STM32 Nucleo is an inexpensive board from STM with Arduino compatible pin locations

Board.Teensy

Teensy
A tiny (36 mm x 18mm ) Arduino compatible microcontroller with 30 expansion pins.

Board.TivaCSeriesTM4C1294

Tiva C Series TM4C1294
The Tiva C Series Connected Launchpad features Ethernet connectivity and 80 expansion pins for a low cost