Twenty I/O lines controlled from modern BASIC as basic digital I/O, as SPI ports, as serial ports, as I2C interfaces, and as analog inputs.Designed by CircuitGizmos, Ships from United States of America
Maximite-type computer/controller for solderless breadboards. Run modern BASIC programs to interface to your electronics. The CGMMSTICK incorporates a lot of the Maximite design into a small printe...Read More…
Maximite-type computer/controller for solderless breadboards. Run modern BASIC programs to interface to your electronics.
The CGMMSTICK incorporates a lot of the Maximite design into a small printed circuit board that conveniently plugs into a solderless breadboard for circuit experimentation. The GCMMSTICK1 is 100% compatible with the maximite firmware developed by Geoff.
Just like the Maximite, the power of the CGMMSTICK1 is the combination of the easily understood but powerful language of BASIC and the convenience of electronic interface lines. In short order, you can snap a CGMMSTICK1 into a solderless breadboard and interface to circuits with a BASIC program running on the stick. The CGMMSTICK1 has a micro-SD interface for program storage, or for logging.
Twenty I/O lines can be controlled from BASIC and used as basic digital I/O, as SPI ports, as serial ports, as I2C interfaces, and as analog inputs.
The Maximite is a brilliant computer design concept created originally by Geoff Graham geoffg.net that runs MMBasic version 4.5.
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