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== Compatible Boards ==
 
== Compatible Boards ==
  
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Nut/OS is readily available for a number of boards from different manufacturers and hobbyists. [[boards.html|More...]]
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== Add-Ons ==
 
== Add-Ons ==
  
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Extend the capabilities of your embedded system by adding extension boards. [[addons.html|More...]]
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Latest revision as of 18:17, 13 July 2017

Supported Hardware

Reference Designs

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Four Ethernut reference designs are available, based on 8-bit AVR as well as 32-bit ARM7 and ARM9. All schematics and the CAD data are published as Open Source Hardware and may be freely used for private or commercial purposes. More...


Compatible Boards

Xport 195x200.png

Nut/OS is readily available for a number of boards from different manufacturers and hobbyists. More...


Add-Ons

Stapelbig 150x200.png

Extend the capabilities of your embedded system by adding extension boards. More...