kit including the super fast Galago Board and some essential components to get started right-away with numerous easy to advanced projects.
• One Galago
• One 16-channel LED PWM driver
• One 1.4-watt class-D audio amplifier unit
• One 8-output serial-to-parallel shift register
• One 8-input parallel-to-serial shift register
• One temperature sensor
• 24 bright 5mm LEDs: 8 red, 8 green and 8 blue
• Twenty each 47, 470, 1k, 10k ohm resistors
• Four tactile buttons
• Four NPN transistors
• One 850 points Breadboard
• A handful of decoupling capacitors
Galago in one line: Revolutionary Arduino alternative with an ARM chip, incredible features, great open source tools, tiny footprint and built-in debugger.Galago is a tiny revolution in rapid electronics prototyping. It combines a powerful ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller with a hardware debugger on a tiny circuit board, allowing hobbyists and professionals alike to turn project ideas into reality faster and better than other microcontroller platforms. Galago's debugger is the difference between starting a project ... and finishing it.
72 MHz 32-bit ARM CPU with 32KB of flash ROM and 8KB of RAM
Integrated hardware debugger
One high-speed SPI port, up to 36 Mbps
One high-speed I2C port, up to 1.5 Mbps
One UART/USART with hardware flow-control capability, up to 256 kbps
10 high-speed PWM pins, 6 driven by 32-bit (high-resolution) timers
6 ADC (analog) input pins with 10-bit resolution at over 400 KSa/sec
25 GPIO (digital) input/output pins
Galago has 11 PWM channels, most of which offer 32-bit precision. This is over 65,000 times more precise than Arduino's 16-bit PWM. The six analog channels can sample over 400,000 times per second. Digital I/O can toggle tens of millions of times per second. So yes, it's fast.