BASIC Stamps are small computers that run Parallax BASIC (PBASIC) programs. They have fully programmable I/O pins that can be used to directly interface to TTL-level devices, such as buttons, LEDs, speakers, potentiometers, and shift registers. With just a few extra components, these I/O pins can be connected to non-TTL devices, such as solenoids, relays, RS-232 networks, and other high current/voltage devices.

Download the zip archive to obtain a copy of the Windows Stamp software and a simple example BASIC program.

Information from Parallax Inc.

Other Information


The following manuals are Adobe Acrobat files.


The BASIC stamp is manufactured by Parallax Inc.

Maintained by John Loomis, last updated 14 Jan 1999