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Getting Started with the mBuino¶
The mBuino comes pre-programmed showing basic use of the on-board LEDs. However, when using with the mbed compiler and related tools, the capabilities of the mBuino is limited only by your imagination, mbed + mBuino = Limitless Prototyping. Click here for more details and the user guide.
- NXP LPC11U24 ARM® Cortex™-M0 50Mhz
- 32K FLASH / 10K RAM
- Analog to Digital Conversion
- Serial Wire Debug (if using a debugger like Keil uVision)
How To Program¶
The mBuino provides you with two ways to program. The first, simply plug your mBuino into your PC or laptop with a standard micro USB cable via the on-board USB connector. However if you prefer using JTAG, the mBuino exposes the two SWD pins allowing for a JTAG connection.
Installing Optional 2032 Battery Holder¶
The processor is capable of running down to 2V so adding a battery will effectively run the mBuino, anywhere from 2V to 3.3v.There are two pads on the back where a 2032 disk battery holder can be soldered, please see the image below. Please note that mBuino does not ship with battery holder.
Schematics and Eagle Files¶
Click here to download.
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