Board I / o of the Mega IO Expansion Card makes the Raspberry Pi computer more suitable for the task of home automation

A little more than a day on KickStarter completed the fundraising for the production of circuit Board I / o for single Board computer Raspberry Pi. According to the developers, the Board makes the Raspberry Pi computer more suitable for the task of home automation. It’s called Mega IO Expansion Card and allows you to add a system configuration with eight relays, capable of switching voltage up to 24 V at a current of 2.5 A, eight 12-bit ADC, 12-bit DAC, eight inputs with opto-electronic interchange, four open collector output and six GPIOs.

On-Board processor STM8L151C3T6 operating at a supply voltage of 3.3 V at a frequency of 16 MHz.

If necessary, the Raspberry Pi can connect more than one Board, increasing the number of channels I / o.

The fee is $29. The developers planned to collect $10,000, but collected twice. Shipping boards they promise to begin in March 2018.

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