Handy Board System for PC
The MIT Handy Board is used world-wide by educators in high schools, colleges, and universities, by hobbyists, and in industrial applications.
It is based on the Motorola 68HC11 microprocessor, and includes 32K of battery-backed RAM, 4 DC motor outputs, 7 analog inputs, 9 digital inputs, an expansion interface, a built-in nicad rechargable battery pack, and a plastic case.
The separate Serial Interface/Charger Board (included) connects to your PC with a standard serial cable, and then links to the Handy Board with a phone cable.
The Gleason Research Handy Board System includes both of these boards, plus all the accessories you need to be up and running:
Please note: our kits no longer include a DB25F-DB9M adapter plug, which is only needed for obsolete PCs with a 25-pin male serial port. If you require this adapter, please order it separately using our part code XTADAPT.
Shipping weight: 3.00 lbs.