Swiss Army Knife 2 project board

[Micheal] developed this board to be the heart of an even bigger sensor interface project. I think the design might come in handy for someone looking for more flexibility than even an Arduino or similar projects offer. The SAK2 uses a 40Mhz PIC 18F452, step down power regulation, RF transceiver and plenty of I/O ports. Firmware, schematics and BOM are all provided.


  1. max says:

    first yes awesome do want

  2. dax says:

    jeez you’d think with such high-resolution photos posted on the main site (without scaling the thumbnails) that they would be in focus. What a ripoff.

    Just kidding. Those pdf’s provide crazy amounts of info.
    This is a very impressive project — what every professional yet free project should be. This thing is literally a swiss army knife of any embedded device development. Unfortunately it’s way beyond my needs.

  3. ironz says:

    @ 2 & 3… take your spam elsewhere.

    This looks like an awesome project. I have been working on a couple of projects that use the 18F452 and the updated 18F4520, this sure beats the socks of my development board. I especially like the RTC and CF slot.

  4. Skyler Orlando says:

    Way cool. /me wants.

    Spam stinks, don’t it?m

  5. strider_mt2k says:



  6. Benjamin Wolfe says:

    Ha! I haven’t seen one of those in years – back in the summer of 2004, my job was debugging those at the Media Lab. Very fun toys…

  7. James says:

    It’s great blog..!

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