Intel Galileo

The Galileo is a board from Intel that runs a Pentium class system on a chip at 400MHz. The Arduino is emulated, and I/O is handled by I2C. It runs a bare-bones version of Linux. Terminal I/O requires a USB to RS-232 cable and a special cable, which are not included. It appears to be the same as the TiVo serial cable.

Intel Galileo
ParameterValue
MCU Quark
DigitalPins 14
PWM 6
Analog Inputs 6
Analog Outputs 0
Operating Voltage 5 / 3.3
Operating Frequency 400MHz
3.3V Output 800mA
Test Current Draw
Web Site Intel
Notes
  1. Information from manufacturers and other sources.
  2. Test current from sketch that exercises I2C, SPI, and analog pins.

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