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#21 hookedup

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Posted 05 October 2010 - 12:32 PM

Bliptronics Spectrum Analyzer Shield
http://www.bliptroni...aspx?ItemID=116

Link to sample of working code:

http://forums.netdui...om-bliptronics/

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Moved code to main topic entry and linked from here to keep thread size down.

#22 CwbhX

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Posted 05 October 2010 - 02:28 PM

Perhaps this would work? http://www.nkcelectr...ld-v20-k21.html
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#23 Richard

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Posted 09 October 2010 - 12:26 AM

While I have not tried the PoE functions, I have the Freetronics ethernet shield (http://www.freetroni...shield-with-poe) and it works perfectly with the SecretLabs experimental drivers. Not a bad bit of hardware at all :-)

PoE?!? That's pretty cool. It will probably work (although it never hurts to double-check with the vendor to make sure they support incoming 3.3V signals).

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 01:33 PM

I've tested the Tellymate shield to display characters and simple graphics on a TV and it works fine. Details are here: http://www.batsocks....Mate Shield.htm John

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Posted 01 November 2010 - 12:01 PM

Hi All, Ihave just read about an I/O shield that has a plug for XBee: DFRobot IO Shield (V5) supports Xbee (http://www.arduino.c...?num=1283325009) Has anyone used one of these? I'm in the UK - does anyone know of a supplier over here? Phil

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Posted 23 November 2010 - 03:07 AM

The EZ-Expander works great with the Netduino. Provides a net gain of 13 more output-only pins. (There are 16 output pins, but you lose three driving the two 74HC595 shift registers.) http://nootropicdesi...om/ez-expander/

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 05:45 AM

The Cellular Shield with SM5100B from sparkfun works fine with the netduino.
Link: http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9607

Notes:
-You NEED an antenna with it.
I used this one: Quad-band Cellular Duck Antenna SMA
http://www.sparkfun.com/products/675
-Need sim card.(I used an AT&T card)
-Supports standard AT commands
-Give it about 5 seconds after it receives power before sending AT commands.
(It sends status info when it starts up and this may be confusing when you are expecting a response to your AT command.)
-Needs more power than the USB power. (for testing i powered the netduino with a 9V battery and that worked fine.)
-Configured for digital I/O pins 2 and 3 for serial communication. (use port COM2)
-Should be pre-set for 9600bps. (Mine was. Earlier versions have reportedly been pre-set to 115200bps)

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Posted 07 December 2010 - 02:54 PM

Hello, this is my first post from Japan.

Recently I get TFT-LCD shield for Arduino. When the TFT-LCD shield was used with Netduino, I met the problem. By information from this forum, I solved the problem. Thanks lynxeyed_atsu and Chris. TFT-LCD shield use pin4 as SPI chip select. Netduino can only select pin10 as CS.

My conclusion is that TFT-LCD shield is almost compatible shield.

Thanks

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#29 Dan Watts

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Posted 26 December 2010 - 06:03 PM

Seeed Studio's Grove shield and accessory components work well. This is Seeed's follow-up to the Electronic Bricks product line, which as others have mentioned also works well with the Netduino.

The only Grove component I haven't tried with the Netduino yet is the LCD. I've written about my experiences with the Netduino and Grove here.

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Posted 06 January 2011 - 01:09 AM

While I have not tried the PoE functions, I have the Freetronics ethernet shield (http://www.freetroni...shield-with-poe) and it works perfectly with the SecretLabs experimental drivers. Not a bad bit of hardware at all :-)


Richard, would you mind posting a link to the "experimental drivers"? I went to the netduino site and couldn't find them, nor was I able to pull up anything on google.

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Posted 06 January 2011 - 02:37 AM

Richard, would you mind posting a link to the "experimental drivers"? I went to the netduino site and couldn't find them, nor was I able to pull up anything on google.


Here you go.

http://forums.netdui...hernet-shields/

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Posted 06 January 2011 - 04:58 AM

Here you go.

http://forums.netdui...hernet-shields/

Chris


Fantastic! Thanks a bunch. I'm going to give this a try now. :)

#33 JonnyBoats

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Posted 10 January 2011 - 04:30 AM

Has everyone seen http://shieldlist.org/ ?

From website:

"Arduino Shield List - Pin usage details for 219 shields from 95 makers, and counting!"

Perhaps if we asked nicely they might be willing to let us flag which ones have been tested and found compatible with the Netduino?

#34 lunix15

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Posted 13 February 2011 - 08:47 PM

Seeedstudio relay board is working on Netduino Plus. http://www.seeedstud...171ba1cc2913dcf

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 05:17 AM

Sparkfun Ardumoto Motor Driver Shield:

This shield is not directly compatible with the Netduino. It expects PWM interface on data pins 3 and 11. The Netduino does not support PWM on those pins. So I bent those pins over on the underside of the board to prevent that connection and jumpered those connections to data pins 9 and 10 where the Netduino can provide PWM.

There is also a solder jumper "V-Logic" which must be changed from it's delivered setting of 5V to instead use 3.3V logic levels compatible with the Netduino.

Other than that, usage was straight-forward.

Details and photos can be found at my website.

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Posted 18 February 2011 - 05:21 AM

Sparkfun XBee Shield:

This shield may not be directly compatible with the Netduino as it uses a diode on the XBee DIN line to interface with the Arduino 5V logic levels. This is not required when interfacing to the 3.3V logic levels of the Netduino, so I shorted it with a small piece of wrirewrap wire. I don't know if it would have worked without modification with the Netduino Plus as I did not try it.

Details and photos can be found at my website.

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Posted 12 March 2011 - 02:46 PM

Is it an idea to make a summary of all tested shields in the opening post and a link to the actual post Chris?

I successfully tested a few shields, with 100% functionality but a few footnotes:

Coolcomponents.co.uk Breakout Board for microSD
Footnote: It's not the same as from sparkfun.com or so, it's their own brand. Still it works the same when pins are set correctly like this.

WiiChuck Adapter
More details in this thread.

ProtoScrewShield
Same as the proto shield but with screw terminals.
Footnote: The led is connected to D13, you could discard it or use it as Tx-led for the SPI interface like I did.
Tip: Useful to combine with an additional Arduino Stackable Header Kit and Breadboard Mini to get this result from the upside: [image]
This way, you can still stack other shields onto it and use the pins at the same time.

Relay Shield
Footnotes:
- It mentions it works by D0 to D3 but actually this is Pins.GPIO_PIN_D7 to Pins.GPIO_PIN_D4.
- It requires an external power supply of at least 9 volts to power the relays. It can get this from the Netduino power supply, but it won't work on only USB power.
Tip: I used an additional Arduino Stackable Header Kit so it won't be laying on the screwshield. This way there is some room to actually have something on the board below.



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Posted 18 March 2011 - 04:07 PM

Hi Guys,

Happen to know this USB Host (product DEV-09947) from SparkFun is compatible with Netduino Plus?
Currently I am looking for a USB host shield to extend the capabilities to read USB Flash/thumb drives.

I would like to know has anyone done this kind of project before.

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 12:04 PM

Tested with 100% success:

RS232 Shifter SMD
Footnote: you can use this to deploy code to your Netduino. Keep in mind though that you need a special version of MFDeploy, see also this thread.
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Posted 30 May 2011 - 03:17 AM

SpikenzieLabs VoiceShield
VoiceShield by SpikenzieLabs
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Drivers: http://voiceshieldcs.codeplex.com/

Current limitations:
I have not ported over the VL_Loader program so you need to use a Arduino or write your own to load sounds.

This is my first time writing code like this please use my drivers at your own risk and let me know what I can do to make them better.




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