4 years, 10 months ago.

mbed support for Outrageous Circuits Retro

There currently is no platform support for the Outrageous Circuits Retro development board. You do have support for the mBuino but it uses a different ARM core. I would like to start development on the the Retro board now. Is there a platform that you currently support that would enable me to do so? Do you have plans for supporting the Retro development board and, if so, when will it be available?

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4 years, 10 months ago.

As Erik has said, all the current OutrageousCircuits mbed products are based around the LPC11u24. Specifically you should use mBuino platform which is the base for all these products.

http://developer.mbed.org/platforms/Outrageous-Circuits-mBuino/

4 years, 10 months ago.

You mean this one? http://www.outrageouscircuits.com/shop/product/15

That also seems to have the same 11u24.

Hi Erik, the schematic for the Retro indicates it uses the NXP LPC11U2x which is ARM Cortex-M0 based. The part can run up to 50 MHz.

posted by Tom Pomphrey 25 Jan 2015