Tibbits (as in "Tibbo Bits") are blocks of prepackaged I/O functionality, designed to simplify your testing, prototyping, product development, and integration.
Tibbits implement a wide variety of I/O functions. Want an ADC? There's a Tibbit for that. 5V power supply? Got that! RS232/422/485 port? We have this and many other Tibbits, too.
Tibbits are housed in color-coded rectangular shells. Their pins have a classic 2.54 (0.1") pitch so that they can be installed on prototyping boards. You can use Tibbits with virtually all popular microcontrollers (PIC, Atmel, ARM, etc.).
Tibbits are divided into Tibbit modules ("M" devices) and Tibbit connectors ("C" devices). There are also hybrid ("H") Tibbits that combine the two. Tibbit connectors also have convenient hooks that secure them on the board's edge.
Tibbits are an integral part of the Tibbo Project System. They plug into Tibbo Project PCBs and fit in our Tibbo Project Box (TPB) enclosures. Connector Tibbits actually form up to two walls of a TPB, as you can clearly see in the General View image.
- Tibbit Form Factors and Colors
- M1 "Narrow" Tibbits
- M2 "Wide" Tibbits
- C1 "Narrow" Tibbits
- C2 "Wide" Tibbits
- H1 "Hybrid" Tibbits
- H2 "Hybrid" Tibbits
- Tibbit Power Lines
- Tibbit Sockets and Tiles
- Tibbits With "Special Needs"
- [SER] Tibbits That Require UART Functionality
- [INT] Tibbits That Require an Interrupt Line
- [POE] Tibbits That Require PoE Power Lines
- [CAN] Tibbits That Require CAN Functionality
- [AUD] Tibbits That Require Audio Functionality
- [MMC] Tibbits That Require MMC (SD) Functionality
- [USB] Tibbits That Require USB Functionality
- Combing "C" and "M" Tibbits
- Tibbit LEDs and Their Colors
- Available Tibbits