Last couple of weeks I have been playing with this great board called “Arm Pro Mini” (name that came after the Arduino Pro Mini). This board is a small barebone open source ARM M0 Microcontroller that was designed to help makers take the bold move from the Arduino “world” to the next step into the feared ARM architecture.
Right now I am programming it using the mbed.com platform to program the board and explore this great RTOS dev environment.
|MCU||NXP ARM M0 LPC11U35FHI33/501|
|Memory||64K flash, 8K RAM, 4K EEPROM|
|Core voltage||3.3V (3.3V LDO included)|
|Crystal||12Mhz (for 48Mhz MCU operation).|
|LEDS||Power (blue), USB status (green), Application (red),|
On the next posts I will try to make some “Getting Started with Arm Pro Mini Videos“, what do you think?