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This is a unique Arduino board which features a WIZnet Ethernet port with POE, an XBee socket, ITDB02 Serial/Parallel LCD module interface, etc.

IBoard Pro Arduino ATMega2560 Board For Home Automation Robot Control

Model: IM120724002

Regular Price: $39.90

Special Price $34.50

Availability: In stock

The Iboard Pro is a unique Arduino board which features a WIZnet Ethernet port with POE, an XBee socket, ITDB02 Serial/Parallel LCD module interface, RTC, nRF24L01+ module interface, Micro SD socket and an ATMega2560. This board will add wireless ...
This is a highly customizable product. Based on the original prototype, consumers can get a product customized according to their personal requirements. To find out more about our customization service, click here.
 

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Overview

The IBoard Pro is a unique Arduino board which features a WIZnet Ethernet port with POE, an XBee socket, ITDB02 Serial/Parallel LCD module interface, RTC, nRF24L01+ module interface, Micro SD socket and an ATMega2560. This board will add wireless XBee control as well as internet connectivity to your projects. It’s great for anything from home automation to robot control. The possibilities are endless!

IBoard Pro can be used as an Ethernet, wireless communication project development platform. IBoard Pro support POE (power on Ethernet) power supply, and Micro SD for mass storage. There are some 3pin electronic brick/ sensor brick interface breakout on board, it offer an easy way for a quick prototyping. You can setup a web server through which you may communicate with a remote Arduino using XBee radios, bluetooth or APC modules. This information can be posted to a web site, or to Twitter.

The board requires FTDI basic board to upload sketch, you can use our Foca board to do it. Iboard can be powered by a mini USB , power Jack or POE.

Documents

Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents by correcting the errors, adding more demo codes or tutorials.

Technical support

For technical support, please open a ticket on Itead Support System.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Discontinued No
Link Wiki No
Microcontroller ATMega2560
External Resources
  • Display Interface
  • Electronic Brick Interface
RAM Capacity 8K
FLASH Capacity 256K
I/O Operation Level 3.3V
Board Size 124.46mm x 72.39mm
Version 1.2
Weight 80 g

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Marian (Posted on 9/3/2014)

I had hopes that this board will be all what I need, but it was not like that. It works well if you don't need I2C. The I2C pins of Mega are connected only to the RTC (DS1307) and all the other calls on the board for SCL/SDA are in fact Rx/Tx pins. There is no way to establish I2C communication without soldering. Not so nice. Rest works well.


Mike (Posted on 1/26/2014)

I've been using a Arduno Mega2560 with separate ethernet shield and DS1307 RTC. The IBoard Pro does everything on one board and without the flaky connection between the mega and the ethernet shield. It does all this and more for a fantastic price too.

I downloaded my unmodified software and it worked just like my other setup first time.

The only request I would make is concerning the DS1307. This RTC chip has a square wave output on pin 7 which is not connected to anything on the IBoard Pro. It would be useful if this pin was connected to a jumper so that it can be used without having to solder directly to the chip.


JoeM (Posted on 7/20/2013)

I recently purchased 2 of these boards, I was many hours trying to make the SD from the LCD module to work, there is a critical error with this board, the chip select for the SD module in the LCD connector should be the pin#53 and it is connected to the microcontroller pin#4 so the CS of the LCD connector is the same as the microSD CS of the board, so you will not be able to use two cards, just one.

I have not tested more things but by now it is a bothering issue with this board


Yuriy (Posted on 6/3/2013)

In order to use the library TinyFAT, you need to select which pin to use for the SS signal:
...
file.setSSpin(4);
file.initFAT();
...


Dmitryi (Posted on 3/11/2013)

All is well in the motherboard, one upset me the inability to use the library TinyFAT, without it my project is not done, is forced to buy Mega 2560: (