LibreSat Prototyping Module
This is the board that was used to hand-assemble early prototypes of the first two ArduSat satellites that went into space in 2013. We have a small number of these left over from that production run, so this is your chance to own a piece of Arduino and space history!
Build a custom CubeSat satellite module by combining your own parts and sensors with the LibreSat Prototyping Module. Excellent for non-satellite projects too.
This module is primarily designed for prototyping experimental hardware on the ground and for testing on HAB (high altitude balloon) and sounding-rocket flights. Perfect if you're planning to have an experiment performed on an ArduSat mission and you want to assemble hardware locally for testing.
- Gold plated PCB.
- Huge 651 hole prototyping area (all holes separate).
- CubeSat bus broken out to handy individual connections.
- GND, 5V, and 3.3V rails linked to CubeSat bus.
- Mechanically compliant with CubeSat specifications for hole locations and outer dimensions.
- External clearances for vertical interconnect cables.
- Stackable H1 and H2 CubeSat bus connectors: 0.1" spacing, 104 pins total.
Supplied with CubeSat bus connectors separate, ready to be soldered on.
- Dimensions: 95.45mm x 90.3mm
- PCB material: FR4 fibreglass (requires out-gassing before vacuum use)
- PCB connections: ENIG (electroless nickel immersion gold)
- Bare PCB mass: 25 grams
- Connector mass (pair): 15 grams
- Total assembled mass including solder: 42 grams
- ASPM (10)