ARM Cortex M3 Dev Board

Nathan Zimmermanl has been aiding in developing an Embedded 2 class of North Dakota State University(NDSU) .
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ARM Cortex M3 Dev Board

by Nathan Zimmerman


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Nathan Zimmermanl has been aiding in developing an Embedded 2 class of North Dakota State University(NDSU) . For the class he attempted to develop a flexible and cheap dev board that could host numerous advance applications such as Ethernet and USB.
He selected the WIZnet ** W5200 ** for cheaper & easiser Ethernet solution.


Dev Board Features:

  • LPC1768 ARM Cortex M3 MCU
  • W5200 SPI based Ethernet Controller
  • 160×128 Color LCD Display
  • FTDI FT232 VCP USB
  • 2nd USB port hooked directly to the LPC1768 for more advance USB applications
  • 6 LEDs, 4 push buttons, 1 potentiometer
  • NRF24L01 SPI Wireless Module
  • Can be powered via USB or wall-wart plugin
  • Micro is modular and thus can be easily replaced
  • Raw part costs for these boards at quantity x10 is roughly 70 usd.

The board is compatible with the following IDE’s / JTAG Programers:
LPC Xpresso Board & Code Red IDE (+ FreeRTOS)
Ulink2 Programer & Keil IDE


Learn More…
He made DIY Walking Desk using WIZnet Wifi solution WizFi210.


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