Tinkering with Raspberry (and other things)


The “All-Out” Board – Part 3 (a closer look)

I finished testing my All-Out Board today and was very glad that everything from I/O to the level shifting interface connections works as planned. So I decided it is time to get to the more technical stuff. In this post I am going to introduce the board, its features and some basic configuration possibilities. Then we’ll take a look on how to test communications (therefore an Arduino board is needed). And finally I’ll explain some of the electronics that is happening on the board. I am going to split the electronics part as this post is long enough by now…

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