- PROGRAMMABLE with Arduino IDE
- EMBEDDED 8-bit AVR instruction set compatible microcontroller
- CONFIGURABLE with custom Xcelerator Blocks on the FPGA
- FASTER clock rates and overall application speed
A compact footprint and Arduino compatibility make it perfect for fitting into final projects!
Because we put the quality of our products above all else, the release of Snō which we originally forecasted for June 30th has met a small delay as our engineers further test to ensure we meet and exceed our quality standards. Look for the latest and greatest Snō in early August.
- .7 inches x 1.7 inches
- 3.3V Inputs
- 3.3V Outputs
- 42 Digital I/O Pins
- 16 PWM Digital I/O Pins
- 6 Analog Pins
- 3.3V tolerant
- Performance: 1 MHz
- Resolution: 12-bit sustained
- Sample Rate: 1 million/second
- Program Memory: 32 KB
- Data Memory SRAM: 2 KB
What’s an Xcelerator Block?
An Xcelerator Block is an optimized hardware implementation of a unique processor intensive function. Since everything needs a cool acronym, we simply refer to one of these blocks as an “XB”.
Snō ships with pre-installed XBs that target application-specific behavior. These are listed on the right. Snō can be field-updated to change the XBs implemented on the FPGA. Learn more about XBs on the Xcelerator Blocks page.
XBs Pre-installed on Snō
Enhanced Analog-to-Digital Converter
Floating Point Math
OpenXLR8 is the methodology that allows Snō users to create their own custom Xcelerator Blocks and integrate them into the FPGA.