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Communications

USB 2.0 Hub: The four port USB 2.0 HUB4 card has mounting holes for secure placement, per-port power control, a reliable screw terminal for input power, and the ability to pass power up to the host if needed. Click here for more information.

 

Power Management

Power Distribution Card : The PD25 Power Distribution Card provides an easy way to control power for your robot or automation. It can handle up to 25 Amps at 48 volts and has an automotive style fuse for over-current protection. There is a 5.5 mm barrel connector to attach your battery charger and the card has a remote-on connector if you want to control the power from another switch or a real-time-clock card. Click here for more information.

Quad 10 Amp Relay Card : The Quad 10 Amp Relay Card has four individually controlled Class B SPDT relays. Each relay has a discrete FET driver and a back EMF diode. The coil voltage is five volts, making the card compatible with the rest of your system. Click here for more information.

ATX Power Break-Out Card : Use a surplus ATX power supply in your project by using the ATXPD break-out card to make the voltages on the ATX supply accessible. The ATXPD takes in power from the 20-pin/4-pin ATX power connectors and distributes them out to easy to use screw terminals. There is an on/off switch and a connector if you want to make the on/off remote use a real-time clock card for timed on/off. Click here for more information.

Molex Power Break-Out Card : Convert a spare Molex drive connector into a 12 and 5 volt supply using the DDPD drive break-out card. Easy to use screw terminals make connecting to the DDPD a snap. Click here for more information.

Triple Linear Regulator : The LVR35 has three linear regulators, one variable and two fixed at 5 volts. Each regualor has a peak current of 5 amps and a continuous current limited by the heat dissapation of the regulator heat sinks. Input can come from 5.5 mm barrel connector or from reliable and easy to use screw terminals. Click here for more information.

 

Prototyping

MP43 Aluminum Mountin Plate: The MP43 makes building a robot easier by eliminating the tedium of drilling mounting holes for Demand Peripherals cards. A top set of holes can hold up to twelve cards in a four-by-three arrangement and a second set of holes on the bottom lets you mount another nine cards on the bottom of the place. Cut-outs make it easy to route cables from top to bottom. The card is available in unfinished aluminum or sanded and painted with white primer. Click here for more information.

MZ4 Mezzanine/Prototyping Card: The MZ4 Mezzanine Card is a great combination of mounting plate for holding up to four daughter cards as well as nice prototyping card. The card has 1092 plated through holes and corner mounting holes of 3.5 inch centers. Click here for more information.

WW2 Prototyping Card : The WW2 Prototyping Card is great for building custom hardware to connect to the BaseBoard4. The card has 632 plated through holes and is ideal for most prototyping needs. Click here for more information.

WW1 Small Prototyping Card : The WW1 Prototyping Card is great for building custom hardware to connect to the BaseBoard4. The card has 308 plated through holes and is perfect for small circuits. Click here for more information.

 

Controller Cards
Baseboard: The FPGA-based Baseboard gives you the ability to run nine different peripherals simultaneously. Every peripheral has Linux support making it easy to build a complete robotic or automation system. Click here for more information.