• Ideal for use with embedded soft processors
  • Tiny and robust packaging for portable applications
  • Expansion headers for daughter cards, motors, actuators, etc.

  • Cyclone V SoC with Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 (HPS)
  • 1GB DDR3 SDRAM (32-bit data bus)(HPS)
  • Arduino Expansion Header (Uno R3 Compatibility), UART-to-USB, USB OTG Port, Micro SD Card Socket, Gigabit  Ethernet and GPIO Headers

  • Terasic DE0-Nano-SoC Board
  • Controlling through FPGA & HPS (ARM Processor) co-Design with higher flexibility than the MCU control system                                      
  • Maximum of 24 PWM signal channels
  • Bluetooth enable
  • Open source

In collaboration with Altera’s University Program, Terasic Technologies has announced the release of Altera’s newest University Program FPGA development board, the DE0-Nano. Measuring just 49 mm by 75.2 mm and weighing about 40 grams, the DE0-Nano board is well-suited to a wide range of portable design projects, such as robotics applications.

Since Terasic was established in 2003, the number one priority of the board-design company has always been to revolutionize the educational landscape of digital logic design by taking laboratory and on-hands training to the next level. With the release of the Development and Education (DE) Series, ranging from the tiny Cyclone DE0-Nano development board to high-end Stratix DE5-Net development board, the DE series includes an impressive feature-set that satisfies virtually every educational requirement. Unlike prior kits, the release of the DE boards heavily emphasized real-world applications, taking laboratory classes beyond just operating LEDs and switches and into practical development with multimedia, industrial communication, and networking.

  The DE10-Pro 2-slot passive heatheak allows users to purchase and change to DE10-Pro board to provide better heat dissipation.