Dr. Duino™ - Arduino Hardware Debugger and Learning Shield
Makes Debugging Arduino Projects EASY!
This kit assumes that you have soldering knowledge and some level of familiarity with the Arduino environment. The Uno R3 debugging shield kit break out board includes RS232, LEDs, potentiometers, switches, piezo buzzer and test points. All Arduino pins are brought out to headers for easy probe access. The middle of the Dr.Duino has a hole! That's right, simply plug your Dr.Duino into any level of your stack. This allows you to still have access to all of your previous shields pins, ICs, wires etc. Arduino Uno is not included, and the kit requires soldering and assembly. Before we get started, you'll need a few items below. Measures 4.1" x 3.8".
Small Philips screwdriver
Re-Route It Technology™ - Quickly isolate firmware from hardware issues with the move of a jumper!
External Reset Button - Reset button will NOT be covered by shield above, even when stacked!
Color Coded Test Points for Easy Recognition Green = Ground Red = 5 Volts Orange = 3.3 Volts Blue for Vref, Vin, and extra I/O
RS-232 - Built-in RS232. Communications Loop back testing supported by a simple jumper
Stackable - Multiple layer stack? No problem, use multiple Dr. Duino's to debug your stack!
Built-in Siren - Is your Arduino too far out of reach but need to know if an output is high or low? Well, assign your output pin to this little guy and BAM just listen for the siren! Better yet, this is connected directly to one of the PWM pins allowing you to control the volume.
Switch it Up - 4 push button switches tied to input pins, 2 active high and 2 active low.
Light it Up - 4 LEDs to help you debug your code. Connected to the Arduino's PWM pins allowing you to control brightness too!
POTs - Six 10K trimmer potentiometers pumped directly into the analog input pins.