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Netduino Plus 2 - Go Modules

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#1 jonathanpeppers


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Posted 21 May 2013 - 02:06 AM

I just purchased a netduino 2 plus, and it works great. I am an avid C# developer, so I was able to get a couple cool examples working quickly with the onboard switch and led. I'm ready to do more, and found several addons like the piezo speaker and RGB led module on Amazon--but for the netduino go...


I know hardly anything about electronics, will these netduino go modules work with the netduino 2 plus?


I'm fine to learn how to do a little wiring.

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Posted 21 May 2013 - 04:37 AM

Hi jonathanpeppers, The GoBus modules are designed to work specifically with GoBus-compatible boards (i.e. Netduino Go). There's no GoBus port on Netduino Plus they're probably not a good fit for your current setup. There are a lot of components you can pick up from MakerFaire, Mouser, etc. Did you happen to pick up the "Getting Starter with Netduino" book? Welcome to the Netduino community, Chris

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Posted 21 May 2013 - 12:36 PM

My personal recommendation would be to get a Netduino GO as well :D but apparently I am a hoarder

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Posted 22 May 2013 - 02:33 AM

I bought the book (I think that might help the most).


The main question I have is how to know something will work with the netduino 2 or not. Should I mainly be looking for something that can run off 3.3V or is there other requirements?

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