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Mouser, First Distributors to Stock FEZ Maker Boards from GHI Electronics

The advanced and user-friendly boards are pinout-compatible with Arduino Uno boards and shields and can be programmed using multiple programming languages and development environments.

fez maker boardsMouser Electronics announced that it is the first distributor to stock GHI Electronics’ FEZ T18 maker boards, the latest boards in the FEZ series. The advanced and user-friendly boards are pinout-compatible with Arduino Uno boards and shields and can be programmed using multiple programming languages and development environments.

GHI Electronics FEZ maker boards, distributed first by Mouser Electronics, incorporates a 32-bit STMicroelectronics STM32F4 Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller with 512 kBytes of flash and 96 kBytes of SRAM. The STM32F4 chip is supported by a variety of common platforms — including Arduino, Arm mbed, MicroPython, Keil, GCC, and FreeRTOS — as well as GHI’s TinyCLR OS, enabling engineers to choose their development environments.

The TinyCLR OS enables managed .NET development and debugging using Visual Studio with support for programming in .NET, C# and Visual Basic — all over a USB cable with no additional hardware required. TinyCLR OS also includes the necessary drivers to make secure Wi-Fi connections available through a .NET-compatible interface.

The Key Features of the GHI Electronics FEZ Maker Boards Include:

  • STMicroelectronics ST32F401RET6 processor
  • 84MHz speed
  • 512kB flash and 96kB SRAM
  • 22 GPIO pins
  • UART, I2C, and SPI interfaces supported
  • 70.6mm x 56mm x 14.5mm product dimensions
  • FEZT18-W with Wi-Fi
  • FEZT18-N without Wi-Fi

The FEZ boards are available with an optional onboard Wi-Fi module that includes a complete and secure networking feature set for the Internet of Things (IoT).

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