512 bytes of non-volatile, ultra-lower power memory via I2CDesigned by UPGRADE INDUSTRIES, Ships from United States of America
512 bytes of non-volatile, ultra-lower power memory via I2C, which directly replaces EEPROM and FLASH. Designed to fit BoardX or any standard breadboard. Benefits of FRAM FRAM is short for Ferroele...Read More…
512 bytes of non-volatile, ultra-lower power memory via I2C, which directly replaces EEPROM and FLASH.
Designed to fit BoardX or any standard breadboard.
Benefits of FRAM
FRAM is short for Ferroelectric RAM. This module is non-volatile (retains data without power) and is a drop-in replacement for EEPROM and Flash on an I2C Bus.
FRAM is backward compatible with EEPROM but with the following improvements:
Some project ideas include:
Note to buyers:
Use your FRAM-X Add-on with BoardX or any standard breadboard.
What is BoardX?
BoardX is a collection of electronic circuit boards that stack on top of one another to share resources, communicate, and extend the functionality of one another. This system is built on the BoardX Motherboard that acts as both an electrical and structural foundation.
What add-on modules are available?
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