Easily work with many additional pins on the Teensy 3.5/3.6 development board.Designed by Tall Dog, Ships from United States of America
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|Bare PCB Only||$9||$10||$11||$12|
|Has Proto Area||✓|
|USB Host Jack||✓||✓||✓|
|Area‡ (in)||3.2 in²||4.0 in²||5.67 in²||8.4 in²|
|Width‡ (mm)||25.4 mm||25.4 mm||53.34 mm||53.34 mm|
|Length (mm)||81.28 mm||101.6 mm||68.58 mm||101.6 mm|
|Area‡ (mm)||20.65 cm²||25.81 cm²||36.58 cm²||54.19 cm²|
*Carrier rails are 0.2″ / 5.08 mm wide and v-scored for optional removal.
†3.5/3.6—Teensy 3.6 sacrifices two analog pins for its USB host port.
‡Dimensions represent the boards with their carrier rails removed.
This is a breakout for the Teensy 3.5 and Teensy 3.6 development boards by PJRC. Included are all the pin headers you need to assemble it, a switch to select between USB or external power, and a switch to set the USB host port's power mode (3.6 only). As an option during assembly, you can use the included jumpers (with pin headers) in place of the switches. This breakout can also optionally be assembled with the Teensy 3.5/3.6 Socket Kit (available separately).
This Uno Edition provides physical compatibility with typical Arduino-style shields. While this board doesn’t break out a ton of the Teensy’s extra signals, it does provide easy access to debug signals and the Teensy 3.6’s USB host port in a convenient and familiar form-factor for working with existing Arduino-compatible hardware modules. Note that the Teensy’s onboard Micro USB port will be blocked, but the necessary signals are routed to the breakout’s full-size USB-B port.
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