The new Binho multi-protocol USB host adapter powered by the USB connection to a host PC allows you to interface your computer directly to hardware circuits.
The Binho adapter has support for 12C @ 3.4 MHz max clock, SPI @12MHz max clock, Dallas 1wire, Atmel single wire interface, UART @ 1000000 max baud as well as support for ADC functionality. It also has a single channel DAC output that can help in case you need to stimulate your circuit with a particular voltage. While in IO mode, its 5 signal pins can serve as digital input or output, digital interrupt, PWM output or analog input or output while the remaining pins assigned to other related or unrelated purposes.
Some of the key features and details of the USB host adapter include:
- Provides 3v3 and VUSB power rails
- 1 DAC outputs and 5 ADC inputs
- Programmable RGB status LED
- Cross platform support for Windows, Linux and Mac.
- Support for GPIO/Interrupt/PWM
- USB Type-C connector
- Low-profile aluminum enclosure
- Field upgradeable device firmware
With the Binho adapter, there is no constraint to a particular Operating System environment as the drivers are already included for most OS. The cross-platform software available for Mac, Windows and Linux, provides an easy-to-use GUI interface for your USB host adapter. The device is also able to provide downstream power to test circuits; for convenience’s sake, it makes available power source from the 3v3 rail or the 5V USB Bus power.
The Binho Multi-Protocol USB Host Adapter brings USB Host Adapters into the 21st Century. No more fumbling through development with cumbersome, clunky, out-dated adapters. Let your productivity soar to new heights!