The Due is compatible with all Arduino shields that work at 3.3V and are compliant with the 1.0 Arduino pinout.
Then plug your Arduino board into your computer, start the Arduino IDE 1.5, and enter the code below. Arduino Due, Motor Shield and fan connected together.
15 USD. Pin-for-pin Arduino DUE compatibility, a 3.3V bus, and two large SOIC breakouts differentiate this board from other prototyping shields out there.
36.50 USD. The shield is pin-for-pin compatible with the Arduino DUE and includes a 3.3V bus, 5V bus, SOIC breakout, full digital breakout...
Description: The Due is Arduino’s first ARM-based Arduino development board.
The Arduino Due and the RADDS (RepRap Arduino-Due Driver) shield was the last board I tested. The Arduino Due was the first Arduino board to run a Cortex processor.
I have a Seeed Studio SD card shield (V3) that I am trying to use on my Arduino Due. I am having trouble using the SD examples that come with the Arduino IDE.
Why should I select Arduino DUE instead of Arduino Mega. * CPU operates at 3.3V.
Developed With Arduino Due. By Carmelo La Monica on Jun 07 2015.