FEZ Cerberus Mainboard


Part # CRBRS-GB-349

Pricing

1+ $24.95
Comparison

*** The FEZ Cerberus has been replaced with the FEZ Reaper, for more details please read the newspost. ***

The FEZ Cerberus 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.

Ethernet support is available through the Ethernet ENC28 Module while WiFi support is available through the XBee Module.

 

Processor 168 Mhz 32-bit Cortex-M4
Core System Hardware Cerberus Chipset
System Platform .Net Micro Framework
User Available Flash 384 KB
User Available RAM 104 KB
GPIO 44
PWM 6
Analog In 9
UART 2
SPI Yes
I2C Yes
Networking Ethernet TCP/IP
CAN Yes
Analog Out 2
USB Client Debugging Only
USB Host Yes
1-Wire Yes
Real Time Clock Yes
In-Field Update No
Native LCD Controller No
Supported Image Type BMP
Memory Cards Yes
File System FAT16/FAT32
Operating Temp. 0 to 70°C
Dimensions 57 x 47 x 7.2 mm
Weight 28 g
RLP Yes
RLP RAM Size 4KB
Gadgeteering Socket Count 8
Gadgeteering Socket Type X (x2)
Y (x4)
A (x3)
C
D
F
H
I (x2)
K
O
P (x4)
S (x2)
U (x2)
Z
Resource Type
Developers' Guide URL
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
128x160 1.8" Color Display Module
$24.95
Low-cost yet complete kit for educators and hobbyists.
$99.95
USB Client support and provide to the mainboard through USB
$4.95
December 9, 2013
Coffee is a language in itself, and @Brett has created an interpreter the Gadgeteering way. I have a coffee roaster that I use in my hooded BBQ, it is basically a drum that holds the beans and agitates them with some fins inside it. It has a simple sliding door to let you get beans in and out. … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
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 Cerberus Mainboard
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
October 31, 2013
This is an interesting project shared by @123 showing how he replaced an analog clock on the dashboard of his car with our 1.8" display. I wonder what is next? Maybe adding the 7" display we have to replace the entire dashboard on his car. Here's my little project I wanted to share. My car … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
August 12, 2013
Niels @njbuch shared this demo with us, showing how to use electric-imp, a WiFi module sin an SD form-factor, to transfer data to the cloud. This is just to show how the electric imp device can be used as wifi relay for sending sensor data to the cloud. I am currently using Xively, but … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
August 2, 2013
The latest creation from Ian is brilliantly simple. I think this is a perfect example of KISS http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/K.I.S.S. I believe I now hold the record for largest Gadgeteer module :D The SponsorBoard module is an idea I had for raising funds to get a set of kits funded for … read more
April 4, 2013
Gadgeteer plug-and-play makes electronics enjoyable but what if you want to use a module that is not gadgeteer-compatible? So quickly add the Breakout Module but other turn the non-gadgeteer into a real gadgeteer module. In this example @Brett took a tech to speech module and then "gadgeteered" the … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
February 9, 2013
We know it is very healthy to spend quality time with our kids so why not do it while making things. @ChimpBrain built his first gadgeteer rat robot. The kids look like they are having a blast playing with it, the video below. What makes gadgeteer more special is that the robot can be extended with … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
February 9, 2013
How can you enjoy playing with circuits, teach the future engineers and be the best father ever? @harleydk from Denmark has an answer for us! This is what I love about Gadgeteer, being able to whip something up in 3 minutes. Check out the pic, my daughter has this starry sky that she likes to … read more
Products used in this showcase:
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard
FEZ Cerberus Mainboard