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The RPI_SERIAL board breaks out the serial busses on the raspberry pi. This allows the raspberry pi to communicate at 3.3V CMOS levels with say an arduino mini or other 3.3V asynchronous devices. But also the I2C bus and SPI busses are broken out. BitWizard has a bunch of expansion boards that can connect to those busses.
  
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==

Revision as of 10:13, 14 March 2012

The Raspberry Pi Serial board
The Raspberry Pi Serial board

This is the documentation page for the Raspberry Pi Serial board.

The RPI_SERIAL board breaks out the serial busses on the raspberry pi. This allows the raspberry pi to communicate at 3.3V CMOS levels with say an arduino mini or other 3.3V asynchronous devices. But also the I2C bus and SPI busses are broken out. BitWizard has a bunch of expansion boards that can connect to those busses.

Overview

Assembly instructions

Possible Configurations

External resources

Datasheets

Additional software

Related projects

Pinout

LEDs

Jumper settings

Programming

The software

Default operation

Future hardware enhancements

Future software enhancements

Changelog

  • Initial public release