Finally, an affordable, 8-core Propeller breakout for the breadboard experimenterDesigned by Bot Thoughts LLC, Ships from United States of America
More Products on Sale Save Now What's a Propeller? The Parallax Propeller is an amazing 8-core (cog) microcontroller you can program in C, Spin™, and super-easy Propeller assembly. Use pre-written...Read More…
The Parallax Propeller is an amazing 8-core (cog) microcontroller you can program in C, Spin™, and super-easy Propeller assembly.
Use pre-written code from the Object Exchange (OBEX) or pre-built objects for sensors, LCDs, stepper motors, video and more.
Want all the pins, all the components and all the power options without all the expense? Click the buy button and I'll ship you one lickety-split.
Here's why the eeZee Propeller is your smartest choice among Propeller boards on the market:
The eeZee Propeller is a ready-to-run, breadboard-friendly Parallax Propeller breakout board. It has all the components needed to explore the 8-Core propeller right away.
Can you ever have enough breadboards? No? Add one to your order. You can choose from:
Want even more value? Add the Deluxe Starter Kit when you order:
If you're new to Propeller, it's not hard to get started especially with the eeZee Propeller board. You'll need:
Designed and assembled in the United States of America. Purple boards are US-made. White boards are from China.
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James | Dec. 23, 2013
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Hi, my name is Mike Shimniok, author of the Bot Thoughts robotics blog (www.bot-thoughts.com). I've been building electronic circuits since 1985 and robotics since 2007. I hold a BS in Computer Engineering, from University of Arizona and an MS in Systems Engineering, from The George Washington University.