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GERTBOARD  GERTBOARD  ATMEGA328 , ASSEMBLED GERTBOARD, FOR RASPBERRY PI

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  • Manufacturer: GERTBOARD
  • Newark Part No.: 46W9829
  • Manufacturer Part No GERTBOARD

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  • Core Architecture: AVR
  • Core Sub-Architecture: megaAVR
  • Features: Add-on GPIO Expansion-Board for the Raspberry Pi Computer
  • For Use With: Compatible with Raspberry Pi Model A/B/B+
  • Kit Contents: Populated PCB, no assembly needed
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Silicon Core Number: ATmega
  • Silicon Family Name: -
  • Silicon Manufacturer: Atmel

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GERTBOARD - GERTBOARD - GERTBOARD, FULLY ASSEMBLED 5 5 1 1
love it! I've been playing with the Gertboard for about a week now. I'm very impressed with its capabilities, and I've been even more pleased with the documentation. Just before this, I was playing with the Embedded Pi. It was extremely frustrating. Not only was there a lack of documentation, but much of it that I found was written in broken English and difficult to understand. I bought both of these boards at the same time, and I finally decided to quit screwing with the Embedded Pi and start playing with the Gertboard. (I'm curious to hear what others' experience was with the Embedded Pi.) That was an aside to explain how refreshing the Gertboard was. The documentation is extremely thorough, and the examples and schematics are as well. Going through the user manual, with the associated schematics and Python examples, I've learned SO much. I haven't even gotten to the part where I start playing with the onboard Atmel chip! I'm excited to see what else I can do with this board. It's also exciting to know that the documentation is thorough enough that if I ever wanted to use a piece of this board (a subset of its capabilities) for a specific application, I know EXACTLY how to build it. The board is, of course, rather big, and it's meant for educational purposes, like an evaluation board. Long story short: I love it. July 6, 2013
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1 year, 1 month ago
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It came with 20 jumper tabs, about 10 jumper wires, 6 nylon standoffs, a socketted ATmega328P processor, a 4802 D/A chip, and a MCP3002 A/D chip as well as other chips mentioned in the Gertboard User Manual. I am now using the ATmega328P for recording the times of Geiger counter events and passing the results via SPI for permanent storage in the Raspberry Pi.
1 year ago
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Yes this board comes with assembled ATmega processor and all the jumpers as given in user manual,
http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1683444.pdf
1 year, 1 month ago
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Customer Order Reference Number : 1057101175
Date Order Was Placed : 1/22/13 2:22 PM

Board looks good but no flat cable assembly to connect to pi. Should this have been included?
1 year, 5 months ago
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I just got mine as well. I don't think a ribbon cable is needed as it just piggy backs directly to Raspberry Pi
1 year, 5 months ago
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What's the difference between the two boards?
Model B looks fully assembled as well.
Please provide pic of GERTBOARD.

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1 year, 3 months ago
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The Gertboard is an input/output (I/O) extension board for the Raspberry Pi computer. It fits onto the
GPIO (general purpose I/O) pins of the Raspberry Pi via a socket on the back of the Gertboard.

The Gertboard gets its power from those GPIO pins, so you will need a power supply for the Raspberry Pi (RPi) that is capable of supplying a current of at least 1A.

Gertboard interfaced along with Raspberry-Pi picture has been attached.

Please download the Gertboard user manual from below link:
http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1683444.pdf
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1 year, 2 months ago
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I would like to build as much of a gertboard as possible, of course I would want the surface mount parts already on the board.
1 year, 4 months ago
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Unfortunately we have stopped supplying un-assembled Gertboard. we are only supplying assembled gertboard.
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Where is the data sheet?

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Looking for a data sheet and maybe some sample code of how I could use this to control an autonomous robot. Any advice would be appreciated.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Please download the user manual of Gert board from below link:
http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1683444.pdf

and you can find more information (software) from the below element14 blog:
http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-51726?CMP=KNC-EU-RPI-ACC-Gertboard-Doc
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Yes you can access UART I/O pins of raspberry pi through pins GP14 and GP15 from J2 jumper of GERT board.
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