What is a Scamp?
Scamp is a self-contained, modular embedded computer. You can use it as the basis for any number of projects.
It's used in schools and universities for research or teaching. It's used in home projects by hobbyists. Companies use Scamp in product development to rapidly prototype and debug their own hardware, or as the controller core of their next product.
To use Scamp, you don't need to install any IDEs, compilers or development tools. Everything runs directly on Scamp, and all you need is a host computer with a USB interface and some terminal software.
Scamp has an I/O connector that makes it very easy to interface to external devices.
You can add switches, buttons, control knobs, LEDs, and other electronics modules just by plugging them in.
It can be interfaced to many of the modules that are available for Arduinos and similar embedded systems.
Writing software to use other hardware is very easy, and fun.
You can add a variety of modules to give it additional functionality, from low-side switches to power supply modules.
Modules stack up, allowing you to create a custom design specific to your project.
You can get your own Scamp just by visiting our Tindie store.