The mikroBoard modules are designed to plug into the UNI-DS6 universal development system, but they can be used standalone as well. This module also can be plugged into the old EasyARM v6 development system.
This board includes an NXP LPC2214 microcontroller in 144-pin LQFP soldered and with a bootloader application installed. A mini-USB connector attached to a USB-UART module is provided for programming. A JTAG port is provided to support in-circuit debugging with your own ARM-JTAG hardware. The board has a microSD card slot as well.
mikroBoard ARM-144 Features
- Bootloader installed
- mini-USB programming connector
- JTAG connector for programming/debugging
- Specialized reset circuit
- LPC2214 MCU from NXP
- 1.8V and 3.3V power regulators
- 8Mbit Flash memory for SPI
- microSD card slot
- Power LED
- On-Board crystal oscillator
- Can be used as a standalone device
mikroBoard as MCU card The main purpose of the mikroBoard is as an MCU card for the UNI-DS6 or EasyARM v6 development system. For connection with the system, the mikroBoard has two 2×40 female headers. Installed on the MCU is a bootloader application. To program the MCU with a PC, just plug a mini-USB cable into the USB port. Note: On the UNI-DS6, the socketed resistor arrays next to each of its 11 I/O-port DIP switches should be replaced with the alternative A104J arrays included with the UNI-DS6.
mikroBoard as standalone device To use mikroBoard as standalone device, it is necessary to place jumper J2 (STANDALONE). In standalone mode, mikroBoard can get power from a PC via USB or through the 2×40 female header. When power is supplied to the 2×40 female header, it must be a regulated 5V supply. On-board regulators bring the voltage down to 1.8V for CPU and 3.3V for I/O.
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