The Bridge Board acts as a bridge between a JeeNode (also USB or SMD variants) and a breadboard. All the I/O and power pins in one row, labeled for easy reference (including Arduino pin numbers), with two pins sticking into the power rail for ground and 3.3V. The JeeNode goes underneath, component-side up, with the radio on the right-hand side.
Two LEDs and a push button are also brought out, available for general-purpose use.
In the most basic form, the Bridge Board has just 4 6-pin male haders to push into the JeeNode ports, and 29 ( 2 power-rail) pins to push into a medium or large size breadboard.
The generality of this setup increases if you hook up more headers between the JeeNode and the Bridge Board. With the SPI/ISP connector included, you get the ability to hook it up to an Ether Card, for example.
There is nothing to configure.
Dimensions: 36.3 x 76.9 mm
CadSoft EAGLE design files: see below.
How to Get It¶
Related Weblog Posts¶
- 2010-10-28 - Meet the Bridge Board
- 2010-12-01 - Assembling the Bridge Board
- 2010-12-02 - [Bridge Board - caveats](http://jeelabs.org/2010/12/02/bridge-board-–-caveats/)