Prototype propeller accessory for RasPi

Posted on Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 in Prototypes by DP


Wardy’s prototype propeller accessory for RasPi

The prototype for my Propeller accessory is pretty much finished now.  The final one will be a proper PCB with hopefully FOUR Propeller chips on it!  I’m using one for this prototype to ensure that the basics are working such as I2C and bidirectional serial comms between the Pi and the Prop.

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