BASIC Stamp 2pe Module

25090

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The BASIC Stamp 2pe serves as the brains inside of electronics projects and applications that require a programmable microcontroller. It is able to control and monitor timers, keypads, motors, sensors, switches, relays, lights, and more.


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Parallax has a nice stable of BASIC Stamp product, and the 2pe is a nice upgrade from the standard BS2, offering 50% faster execution speed and 8X the EEPROM for storing your program.

The BASIC Stamp 2pe serves as the brains inside of electronics projects and applications that require a programmable microcontroller. It is able to control and monitor timers, keypads, motors, sensors, switches, relays, lights, and more. Programming is performed in an easy-to-learn language called PBASIC.

All vital components (processor, clock source, memory, power regulator) are provided on the BS2pe's tiny PCB; just connect power and go! Projects needing small, permanent soldering area for circuitry may benefit from combining the BS2pe-IC with the BASIC Stamp 2 Carrier Board or the Super Carrier Board.

The BS2pe-IC is useful for those that have previous experience with the BS2p and are building battery-powered or data logging applications. The execution speed is slower than the BS2p and the wake-up interval is less that 1 ms, so battery life is extended significantly.

For customers that require true multi-processing or video generation, we highly recommend the Propeller microcontroller.

Features:

  • Processor Speed: 8 MHz Turbo
  • Program Execution Speed: ~6,000 PBASIC instructions/sec.
  • RAM Size: 38 Bytes (12 I/0, 26 Variable)
  • Scratch Pad RAM: 128 bytes
  • EEPROM (Program) Size: 16 x 2 KBytes; (16 K for source; ~4,000 PBASIC instructions)
  • Number of I/O Pins: 16 + 2 dedicated serial
  • Current Draw @ 5 VDC: 15mA Run, 150 μA Sleep
  • Source/Sink Current per I/O: 30 mA / 30 mA
  • Source/Sink Current per unit: 60 mA / 60 mA per 8 I/O pins
  • PBASIC Commands: 61
  • Package: 24-pin DIP
  • Commercial-Rated since Rev. B

Key Specifications:

  • Power Requirements: 5.5 to 12 VDC (Vin), or 5 VDC (Vdd)
  • Communication: Serial (9600 baud for programming)
  • Dimensions: 1.20 x 0.63 x 0.15 in (30.0 x 16.0 x 3.81 mm)
  • Operating Temperature: +32 to +158 °F (0 to +70 °C)

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