Breadboard-compatible Spartan-3A FPGA development boardDesigned by MicroNova LLC in United States of America
Overview Mercury is a powerful Xilinx Spartan-3A FPGA module packed onto a tiny 3" x 1" 64-pin DIP package. No proprietary expansion connectors - just drop it right into a breadboard! Mercury is pe...Read More…
Mercury is a powerful Xilinx Spartan-3A FPGA module packed onto a tiny 3" x 1" 64-pin DIP package. No proprietary expansion connectors - just drop it right into a breadboard! Mercury is perfect for rapid prototyping, and the super tiny form-factor makes it easy to embed into a small project. We've taken care of the voltage regulators, bypass capacitors and USB programming, freeing you to focus on your actual design!
Most FPGA development boards are limited to 3.3V digital-only I/O, but we built Mercury with more flexibility in mind: We've included an onboard 8-channel SPI ADC (10 bit, 200 Ksps), great for interfacing with sensors or for audio input. It also has 30 pins of 5V-tolerant digital I/O, so you can safely interface TTL-level devices with the 3.3V Spartan-3A FPGA.
🇺🇸 Mercury is designed and assembled in the United States of America 🇺🇸
The Mercury Baseboard (sold separately) is the perfect companion for a Mercury FPGA development board! The Mercury board docks right into the 64-pin DIP socket, adding many useful peripherals. View the Mercury Baseboard product page for more information.
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