The module is designed as 40 pin DIP module which allows easy usage in every application. All unused processor signals are available at pin headers and may be used freely.
The board can be used stand-alone as well. Integrated LEDs and push-buttons allows you an easy start into development without the need of an base board.
Powerfull Open Source software libraries are available for free and allows you an easy software development.
|CPU||Atmel AVR USB: AT90USB162-16AU, up to 16 Mhz|
|Memory||16K Flash, 512 Byte RAM, 512 Byte EEPROM|
|USB||USB 2.0 device, Mini USB connector on board (full-speed), extern USB connector possible|
|USART||Flexible UART with RTS/CTS handshake, can also be used as additional SPI interface (master mode)|
|SPI and I2C / TWI||One SPI and I2C bus, can be used in master and slave mode|
|PS/2||One PS2 compatible port|
|I/O||All unused processor signals are available at pin headers and may be used freely|
|Bootloader||Integrated USB DFU bootloader|
|Programming / Debugging||Debug Wire Interface for In-System Debugging, programming using USB (e.g. with Atmel FLIP tool)|
|Dimensions||DIP 40 Format, 18 mm x 8 mm x 51 mm (W x H x L, Without pin headers)|
|Power supply||3.3V externaly or 5V USB Powered|
|Temperature Range||-10°C bis 85°C|
|Weblink: LUFA Library (Open Source Library - USB Stack for AT90USB microcontrollers)|
|Weblink: Atmel FLIP Programmer (USB programmer software)|
|Weblink: DFU Programmer (Open Source USB Programmer software)|