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ST EDU-S - SimplyTronics Educational Board Simple



The ST-00088 ST EDU-S is fully compatible with the ST EDU board ST-00101 but without the rechargeable battery circuit. It is an ideal project board that integrates the Arduino Uno and an easy-to-use breadboard prototyping area which makes it a great platform for learning electronics, microcontroller programming and making your own robot with it!

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Product Features

  • Microcontroller: Arcuino UNO compatible
  • 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, 6 servo/sensor ports and a reset button
  • USB connector for programming
  • Multiple LEDs provide power indicators, communication indicator and low battery indicator
  • 17 row x 2 column breadboard for convenient circuit-building
  • 3-position power switch for powering the headers only or powering header + X9 port
  • Jumper for power selection of X9 header: regulated (5V) or unregulated (Vin)

Technical Details

  • Power Requirements: 7-12V @ 1A (min.); 2.1mm barrel jack, center positive
  • Output voltage from Vin header: max.12V
  • Dimensions: 4" x 3.05" (102 x 77.5 mm)
  • Operating temp range: 32 to 158 °F (0 to 70 °C)
  • Arduino UNO compatible microcontroller
  • Digital I/O Pins: 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output)
  • Analog Input Pins: 6
  • DC current per I/O Pin: 40mA
  • DC current output from 3.3V header : Max. 1000mA
  • DC current output from 5.0v header: Max. 1000mA

Warning: Voltage-sensitive Device

  • The ST EDU-S contains many components that require proper supply (voltage and current) to operate. Connecting mistakes in the prototyping area can damage some components permanently.
  • Disconnect all power (Power Switch to 0 -zero) before making or removing any connections
  • Do not reverse polarity of the power connections. It could damage the board

Module Dimensions


Resources and downloads

The ST EDU-S is based on Open Source Hardware with Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike design (from the Arduino Uno) so we are currently releasing the schematic as Open Source with the same license requirements that Arduino Uno design.