Spresense Sony

Microcomputers are small devices with a huge electronic potential. They can be used either as an alternative to the classic PC, or for intelligent home or lighting control systems. Spresense, a microcomputer from an internationally recognized company specializing in the production of electronic devices and accessories, is one of these solutions. It is its debut in this area, but extremely successful. The manufacturers have opted for a six-core CXD5602 processor with a 156 MHz clock. Thanks to it, the device works efficiently, at a fast pace and with immediate response to the commands given. The board also features a GPS-enabled circuit and numerous inputs, allowing for the connection of up to eight microphones, creating a technologically advanced command center. There's also a 24-bit DAC, which makes Spresense's microcomputer great for high sound quality. Check out our range of Spresense tiles from Sony, as well as the numerous accessories and add-ons that make small and large projects possible.

Sony Spresense capabilities

The Spresense microcomputers by Sony are devices offering a wide range of purposes. Their supporters are amateur DIY enthusiasts, creators of robots, as well as electronic engineers, who are responsible for large technological projects, making everyday life easier for people around the world. Sony has not only focused on new solutions, but also those that are already well known, proven and tested by themselves and others. These include electronic circuitry, which can be found in more complex models of headphones. To make the sound even more delightful and provide not only fans with a good sound unforgettable experience, the board is equipped with a 24-bit DAC. It is responsible for playing MP3 files, characterized by high resolution. You can also connect a microphone to the board, which is possible thanks to the 3.5 mm TRS analog connector. You'll use it to give voice commands, so you'll see the unlimited possibilities of artificial intelligence today. Moreover, the Sony Spresense board has a USB micro connector that communicates with an external computer and is also powered in this way. A big advantage of the microcomputer is its surprisingly low power consumption. You can work on it for many hours without access to power. This makes it possible to use it e.g. in robots or systems operating at a distance.

Spresense by Sony is perfect for devices with geographical location systems, as it has a built-in processor with GPS. These are only examples of the use of this versatile microcomputer, which has been developed with the use of proven technologies that are very successful in the electronic market, as well as new solutions.

Spresense extension board by Sony

The Spresense microcomputer is also extremely versatile. You can extend its capabilities by using peripheral devices. That' s why it has such a wide range of possibilities. You can program it using an editor created for Arduino, most of the programs written for Arduino will work well on the Sony board. This allows you to use the microcomputer to create, among other things, a geographic locator, neural network or MP3 player. There are many overlays for Arduino, which you can successfully use on the Sony Spresense disc. Use the microSD card slot to store more data, from the 3.5mm headphone connector to connect a hands-free kit or accessories to listen to your favorite music. The Sony board is designed to work with external devices that are powered at 3.3V or 5.0V.

In our shop's offer you will find both Sony Spresense boards as well as modules and accessories that are adapted to work with this board. Complete your project for the first robot management system or another advanced geographic locator.