A multifunctional microprocessor has up to 40 pins used for establishing different connections. Sometimes problems arise when just some of those functions are part of a project, but still, the whole microprocessor board has to be used. Such a situation leads to excess space occupied by the board.
A microprocessor with an excessive size and connection pins can become a bigger problem than the solution that it presents. This issue can be fixed by having a “sectionable” microprocessor board, one that can loose some limbs but still keep on working with the functions that are needed.
The basic idea is to have an adaptive board that can provide service in twenty, twenty four, twenty eight, thirty two and forty pin combinations. The qualities of the Blacknight processor board are not just limited to versatility in size and shape but also consumes lesser power.
The microprocessor has the capability to work in a very wide power spectrum. It can go from 2 volts to about 3.6 volts. All this is achieved by a power regulator fixed to the board’s base.