Romeo for Intel® Edison (Edison not included)
Arduino-compatible Romeo for Intel Edison
Since the release of the Intel Edison technology, people have had problems using it with other sensors and environments. The Romeo for Intel Edison is an Arduino-compatible board that can accommodate and control an Intel Edison chip.
The Romeo (also available on this site in its original version) is programmed with Arduino IDE and, like all Arduino-compatible boards, can be used with shields and connect electronics components and motors to programmable I/Os.
The advantage of this board is that you can also control an Intel Edison (not included), which opens the door to the Internet of Things.
The Romeo for Intel Edison has inherited the capacities of its Romeo predecessor. Of particular note is its 2-way DC motor driver and wireless communication capabilities (requiring a chip), which mean you can start on your robotics projects immediately without having to add an additional shield.
In addition, your Romeo for Intel Edison will also benefit from the comprehensive functionalities of the Intel Edison board.
Capabilities of the Romeo for Intel Edison
Technical specifications of the Romeo for Intel Edison:
- Powered by USB / external supply
- SPI program port
- An I2C interface
- DC motor connector (peak current 2A)
- Broadcom 43340 802.11 a/b/g/n dual band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) WiFi support
- Bluetooth 4.0 support
- OTG support
- 14 digital I/O pins
- 6 analogue I/O pins
- 4 PWM output interfaces