ARDUINO DOCK R2
Do you like Arduino more than Onion or is it inverse? Oh! Seems as if you love working on both. Don’t be confused! Arduino Dock R2 lets you use the features of both, Arduino and Onion Omega. The dock bridges Arduino and Omega2 and once connected, the mechanism is ready to serve you with enhanced functionality and more features.
Arduino Dock R2 Features
- Arduino Dock R2 is powered by the reliable ATmega328P (takes the role of a coprocessor)
- Facilitates I2C and UART (choice is yours) to establish the connection between Arduino and Omega2
- Features a Reset Button
- Features MCU restart button
- Supports DC power supply (5V) and Micro-USB power supply
Arduino Dock R2 Description
The expansions headers on Omega2 allow you to connect Arduino Dock R2 with the GPIO pins. It is an impressive way to enhance Omega’s functionality and get the most desired results during your projects. The Arduino/Omega combination will create a powerful tag-team. The ATmega328P pins feature exactly the same configuration as of the Arduino UNO. It means that you don’t have to change the settings or pin-configuration over and over again. It speeds things up during the projects and save a lot of time. The fact that UNO R3 MCU is same as of Arduino Dock R2 means that you can use arduino R2 same as of UNO 3 shield. After bridging the boards, you can easily program ATmega328P with the help of Omega2. The support for wireless connection is also possible by using Omega2 programming.