Connection Type
Wi-Fi / USB
Number of servos
Audio Support
Camera Support

The LattePanda is a small single board computer (SBC), similar to the raspberry Pi and a kabillion times more powerful. The LattePanda can run Windows 10 and therefore, a full version of EZ-Builder! The LattePanda also has an Arduino Leonardo built on-board, which means you can load the EZB Firmware and have a self contained and very capable PC robot controller. This firmware works with EZ-Builder versions greater or equal to 2019.06.25.00.

* Connection Notes *

Due to an undocumented bug feature (?), the Arduino Leonardo's USB serial driver requires DTR Enabled to trigger received data events. This can be done by viewing the Connection Config screen (same place you set the baudrate) and checking DTR Enabled checkbox.

Arduino Firmware

In the meantime, download the Arduino firmware below. You can program on the Arduino Leonardo that's built into the LattePanda. By adding this firmware, you can connect EZ-Builder to the local Arduino and control the GPIO directly.

Download Arduino Leonardo Firmware:


The Digital pins from 0-14 can be used for PWM, servos and digital on/off. The ADC ports are 0-5 for analog input. Digital pin 0 is Uart #0 RX, and digital pin 1 is Uart #0 TX.

DF Robot has a fantastic shield for the lattepanda that both powers it from 7-12v and breaks out the I/o for servos and sensors. We highly recommend getting the shield to reduce spaghetti wiring on your robot :). Check it out here: lattepanda shield

EZ-Robot EZ-B v4 Direct Connection

While the onboard Arduino Leonardo is convenient, the amount of gpio is limiting. For those who wish to directly connect an EZ-B v4 to the LattePanda can do so and have full access to the 24 gpio, 3 hardware UART, 8 adc, i2c, digital switching power supply and real-time streaming audio.

  1. The camera port of the EZ-B v4 will be used for the hardwired connection. View the datasheet of the EZ-B v4 to see the pinouts of the camera connection. It's best to modify an existing EZ-Robot camera cable to access the pins. Connect the EZ-B camera's TX to LattePanda pin #2 (D0 RX) on the Arduino header. Connect the EZ-B camera's RX to LattePanda pin #4 (D1 TX) on the Arduino header. Connect the EZ-B camera's GND to LattePanda pin #23 (GND) on the Arduino header.
  2. The EZ-B v4 web configuration must be configured in the Advanced Tab to change Serial/USB Connection to 256000 BAUD. This is done by connecting to the EZ-B v4 via Wi-Fi and visiting in your browser. Select Advanced Settings and change the Serial/USB Connection dropdown to 256000. Press the Save and Reboot button.
  3. Upload the following program to the onboard Arduino Leonardo on the LattePanda: Due to the lack of hardware UARTs on the LattePanda, this converts the onboard Arduino Leonardo into a USB UART adapter at 256,000 baud.
  4. In EZ-Builder, press the CONFIG button on the connection control and enable DTR Enable.
  5. Select the COMx port from the drop down in the connection control and press CONNECT. You are now connected to the EZ-B v4 via hardwire for instant response and no latency.
I added details on this page of how to connect an EZ-B v4 directly to the lattepanda's arduino uart port for no latency fast connectivity. The LattePanda's Leonardo may be limiting in gpio for you, so the above instructions explain how to expand the gpio with an EZ-B v4.
Hi DJ, thanks for the details to connect an EZ-B to the lattepanda.
I have a question, though: in this configuration, can you still use the other pins of the lattepanda's Leonardo, or it is only the EZ-B you can use in EZ-Builder ?
Only the EZ-B in ez-builder. The LattePanda is consumed with transmitting and receiving data between the Intel CPU and EZ-B. However, the LattePanda doesn't give you much I/O anyway.

If you want to use the LattePanda's Leonardo I/O, then use the first version of the firmware. However, you are limited to only a few I/O and no hardware UART.
Thanks DJ for the clarification.
As I have just bought the Gravity IO Expansion Shield you suggested in the other post, now I have a choice to make... :-)
Haha yeah. It’s a tough choice. The ezb I find is super convenient because the Leonardo on the pi still has a few quirks. I find not all ports can control servos. Sometimes the Leonardo reboots when moving too many servos at once. I think it’s the way arduino handles servos by connecting to pwm timers. There’s a limited number of timers so it has issues if you exceed that. Give it a try and let me know your experience
I am trying to decide which Panda to get, 32 Gig or 64 Gig. Does anyone know if an extra storage device can be added to this panda like adding a solid state portable terabyte hard drive and still have all the robot controller functions working at same time?I assume there must be extra SD card storage but the portable drives are way bigger and usually need the USB port. Thinking for camera footage to be stored this way from robot cam.
I don't know about any of that but when buying a computer or laptop I've always bought one with as much power and space as I could afford. Keep it simple and powerful. I often got over powered rigs but never was disappointed by their performance.
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It has usb 3 so you can add an external solidstate drive. Blue usb connector is usb3

I never ever suggest running any software off an sdcard. It’s much to slow. A usb3 drive will have a theoretical transfer speed limit of 5gbps. A sdcard is between 2mbps and 4mbps

also, always buy ssd drives. They’re so cheap. $15 for a 120 gb ssd
Thanks DJ, I am looking at the 4 Gig ram 64 Gig storage Panda unactivated win10. I have activated WIN10 on a USB setup stick that I can try to get it installed., but there are many people asking in the Panda Feedback questions if this is even possible. Saving $50.00 difference.
Hi DJ, is the direct connection to lattepanda work with the IoTiny ?
I don't find the "Serial/USB Connection" in the Advanced Tab of the web interface...
The iotiny doesn’t have the available uart rx for serial connection. Unfortunately the iotiny is limited to WiFi connectivity. 

I recommend an ezbv4 or even an arduino with a servo shield
Hi DJ, thanks for the precision. I will go with the EZB v4 then.