Solarbotics Brainboard Prototyping PCB

K BB-Proto

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The Brainboard Prototyping board is designed to plug into the expansion ports of the "Version 2" Sumovore Brainboard add-ons.


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The K BB-Proto makes use of the expansion port on the new "Version 2" brainboards for the Sumovore and ScoutWalker III. By simply plugging it in, it lets you tap:

  • Three servo headers
  • Raw 6V and regulated 5V power
  • Transistor, RJ11 and IC footprints
  • I2C taps

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