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Prop Dev Stick REV 0B

Posted on Tuesday, June 25th, 2013 in dev boards by DP

PDS_REV0B

Parker Dillmann of Longhorn Engineer posted an update on his Prop Dev Stick project:

The Prop Dev Stick is a Parallax Propeller development platform that is designed to just plug into a computer like a USB thumb drive. The old design was just the Propeller MCU with no frills. This time around I added a micro SD card slot and a ADC for reading sensors.

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