BS2-sx

ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
Is this stamp suitable for a small robotics project, would it be
better than a BS2-e?
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  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited June 2003 Vote Up0Vote Down
    The BS2e is a lower-speed, lower-current version of the BS2sx.

    If you're thinking about the BS2sx, let me suggest the BS2p. Why? Well,
    it's faster, uses less power, and has many more features (LCD, I2C [noparse][[/noparse]my
    favorite!], 1-Wire, the ability to read and write EEPROM across banks...). It
    also now
    comes in a lower-speed, low-current variant called the BS2pe.

    Yes, it costs a bit more than the BS2sx, but it's worth it.

    -- Jon Williams
    -- Parallax

    In a message dated 6/1/2003 9:58:04 AM Central Standard Time,
    chrisss0@h... writes:

    > Is this stamp suitable for a small robotics project, would it be
    > better than a BS2-e?



    [noparse][[/noparse]Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited July 2003 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Hello,

    I have a BS2SX and would like to play around with 1-wire. I understand it might
    require a coprocessor to do this. Are you familiar with what kinds of
    coprocessor it
    might require?

    Thanks,
    David

    --- In basicstamps@yahoogroups.com, jonwms@a... wrote:
    > has many more features (LCD, I2C [noparse][[/noparse]my
    > favorite!], 1-Wire, the ability to read and write EEPROM across banks...).
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