New in the Maker Shed: ARMmite PRO

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New in the Maker Shed: ARMmite PRO
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The ARMmite PRO from the Maker Shed is a low-cost single board computer. It’s perfect for small volume applications that require customization. The ARMmite PRO Features 21 TTL compatible digital I/Os shared with 7 10-bit A/D pins. Unleash the power of a 32-bit processor, running at 60 MHz to solve your control problem. Save time with built in support for PWM, SPI, 1-Wire, I2C, Pulse timing, Synchronous and Asynchronous serial protocols. Fully assembled, no soldering required!

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8 thoughts on “New in the Maker Shed: ARMmite PRO

  1. billy says:

    if you are going to run ‘commercial posts’ for your own store in the blog why not just put the price of the item IN the post? just curious…

  2. Russtopia says:

    On the Coridium site, they list the Eval kit (board plus programming dongle and eval CD) at $69… is this Maker Shed offering including those at the $29 price?

    If so, I’ll probably take two! :)

    1. Marc de Vinck says:

      You have some valid points. I will make a few additions and corrections. Thanks!

      FYI – most of the copy is suppled from the manufacturer….and yes, you will end up having to solder some headers and/or wires to the board to work.

      1. Russtopia says:

        Someone commented on the Sparkfun forums that the WinARM toolchain can be used to program this board, and looking at the spec sheets

        http://www.nxp.com/acrobat_download/datasheets/LPC2101_02_03_4.pdf

        … if the board can be run at a high-enough voltage (3.mumble Volts), most of the pins are 5V-tolerant including the UART0 lines, so it might be possible to program this with nothing but the FTDI USB-serial cable with pins suitably re-arranged. Though that cable doesn’t bring out the DTR signal used to automatically reset the board during programming, but that could be done manually since there’s a reset button…

        There’s a Yahoo Group with an open-source programmer too that talks to the default resident serial bootloader/ISP:

        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc21isp

        Anyway, looks like a very capable, simple board for getting into ARM development without being tied to any one set of tools!

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