PINK Development Kit (5V Version)

(1 customer review)


Send email, generate custom web pages, send and receive network data.

The NetBurner PINK Development Kit adds web server capability to your micro-controller enabling it to communicate over a network or even the Internet. It supports over 100 web-accessible variables, allowing for dynamic web pages. Features include a FTO web server for web pages and files, sending e-mail, UDP messages to alert you to events or provide status messages, and much more. Communication with the host controller is done using a simple TTL serial interface.

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SKU: NNDK-PINK-KIT Category: Tags: ,



Legacy SB70 Datasheet 894.17 KB 997 downloads

Included in the Package

  • 1 Platform Hardware (PINK70 Module and Development Board)
  • 1 NNDK Card and Platform Serial Number
  • 1 Blue CAT5 Patch Cable
  • 1 Red CAT5 Cross-over Cable
  • 1 Grey Serial Cable
  • 1 Power Adapter (US or International Version)
  • 1 Adapter Board Connector Ribbon
  • 1 Adapter Board
  • 6 Hookup Wires

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Note: If you need the 3.3V version of this device, please see the PINK70 LC Development Kit product page.


Performance and Memory
Clock Speed

147.5 MHz


512 KB


8 MB

Device Connectivity

10/100 Mbps





TCP/UDP/Telnet Modes


DHCP/Static IP modes



Requires external level shifter


Requires external level shifter

Physical Properties

3.25" x 2.00" (inches)

Module Properties
DC Input Voltage

5V @ 450mA max

Temperature Range

Commercial (0°C to 70°C)

Weight 5 lbs

Documents and Downloads

PINK70 Documents

    Development Kit

    Deployment Tools

      Application Notes

        1 review for PINK Development Kit (5V Version)

        1. Mark Goff

          I have used the SB70 with the PINK firmware since it was first on the market. I have used it with the Basic Stamp II, Cubloc 280, and now Arduino. It is wonderful for my home alarm system. I hope it has many more years.
          I thought I had “bricked” one of my SB70. I called customer support and they were extremely helpful. I spent a long time on the phone with them. Come to find out, my power supply was only 4.5volts. It needs to be very close to 5 volts. Technical Support stuck with me until my issue was resolved. I am not even a large customer.

          Thanks again guys for such support.

          • Jonathan Cox

            Hi Mark,

            Thank you very very much for the kind words. We appreciate your business (regardless of how many units you buy) and are extremely happy that we were able to help you resolve your issues. If you run into any other questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

            Kind Regards,

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