FEZ Spider Mainboard


Part # SPDR1-GB-269

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1+ $59.95
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The FEZ Spider is a .NET Gadgeteer mainboard running .NET Micro Framework, which enables users to program the board from Microsoft's Visual Studio using C# or Visual Basic, allowing developers to take advantage of the extensive built-in libraries for networking, file systems, graphical interfaces and peripherals.  Click on the following links to learn more about the technology and what value is added by GHI Electronics to .NET Micro Framework and .NET Gadgeteer.

The FEZ Spider is based on the EMX System on Module.  This board is included in the FEZ Spider Starter Kit.

 

 

Processor 72MHz. 32-bit ARM7
Core System Hardware EMX SoM
System Platform .Net Micro Framework
User Available Flash 2.539 MB
User Available RAM 11 MB
GPIO 74
PWM 6
Analog In 6
UART 4
SPI 2
I2C Yes
Networking Ethernet TCP/IP, WiFi, and SSL
CAN 2
Analog Out 1
USB Client Debugging
Extended
USB Host Yes
1-Wire Yes
Real Time Clock Yes
In-Field Update Yes
Native LCD Controller Yes
Supported Image Type BMP, GIF, JPG
Memory Cards Yes
File System FAT16/FAT32
Operating Temp. -40°C to +85°C
Dimensions 57 x 52 x 11.65 mm
Weight 28 g
RLP RLP
RLP RAM Size 1 MB
Gadgeteering Socket Count 14
Gadgeteering Socket Type X (x2)
Y (x7)
A (x2)
C
D
E
F
H
I (x4)
K
O
P (x2)
S (x2)
T
U (x4)
R, G, B (TFT
Resource Type
Manual
Preliminary manual for the EMX SoM used by the FEZ Spider
PDF
Schematic PDF
EAGLE files
BRD and SCH files
ZIP
3D PDF PDF
3D Models
STEP, 3DS and STL file formats
ZIP
Dimensions
footprint measurements
PDF
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October 31, 2013
This is an award winner tutorial on how to upgrade your car with .NET Micro Framework (NETMF) and Gadgeteer. Truth to be told... I failed my driver license. I dont own a car, and I dont like cars... But while the Fez Spider I bought for a project long time ago were gathering dust, Robin … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Spider Mainboard
FEZ Spider Mainboard
April 4, 2013
This is shared by @HughB, showing his eye catching demo that uses RFID. Hi guys. I'm doing an exhibition for digital marketing in retail and wanted to show this. It's a cabinet that responds to RFID tags and shows videos of the products placed in the centre box. I built it using a spider … read more
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FEZ Spider Mainboard
FEZ Spider Mainboard
March 11, 2013
I personally love Rob Miles' sense of humor and refreshing creativity. Take a look at his high-tech-raffle. The Door of Mystery is an unique fundraising idea that takes the old style, simple, raffle idea and turns it into a new, high-tech, complicated form. To take part all you have to do is buy … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Spider Mainboard
FEZ Spider Mainboard
February 9, 2013
This simple demonstration shows the flexibly of .NET. GHI's Glide library is a free graphics interface written in C#. @jasuk70 is using the controls in glide to create a simple game that is then programmed in VB (Visual Basic). The main reason for this code share is a distinct lack of examples … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Spider Mainboard
FEZ Spider Mainboard
January 24, 2013
It is always interesting to see a classic game that originally ran on a very limited 8-bit micro ported and running on a modern system like .NET Micro Framework. In this Case, "Rick Dangerous" game was ported from C to C# By @ Architect. It is not new for the community's most active member, … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Spider Mainboard
FEZ Spider Mainboard