Introducing: 32-bit T-Board with ARM Cortex M0+

October 13, 2015 | 10:50
Introducing: 32-bit T-Board with ARM Cortex M0+
Introducing: 32-bit T-Board with ARM Cortex M0+
Second T-Board at half the price with purchase of the ARM T-Board!

Responding to the limitations posed by fixed-design, Arduino-style boards, Elektor designed T-Boards: a series of mini-development boards that give developers more flexibility while still hosting the microcontroller and its supporting components. The 8-bit AVR versions of T-Boards were an instant success for subsequent wireless and audio T-Boards to build on. Now we introduce the youngest (and most powerful) member of the family — meet the 32-bit “ARM-ed” T-Board.

The ARM Cortex-M0+ device is among the most powerful yet accessible of 32-bit architectures you can deal with at the homelab level. It’s a core that nearly all the major manufacturers include in their microcontroller line-ups.

While there are a range of ARM Cortex development boards around, we believe that the T-Board is a perfect platform for an ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller. ARM chips come in small-pitch packages, and need a range of supporting components, making them not that “user-friendly” straight off the shelf — they need to be mounted on some kind of development board to be at all useful to the enthusiast, or for prototyping purposes.

Sadly the existing development boards are not designed for use on breadboards, making them sometimes clumsy and hard to use in a prototyping environment. Enter the ARM’ed T-Board: specifically designed to be plugged directly into the breadboard with all the pins brought out and unobscured. If you’ve ever used another T-Board you’ll know just how quick and easy it is to get up and running with a prototype!

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Responding to the limitations posed by fixed-design, Arduino-style boards, Elektor designed T-Boards: a series of mini-development boards that give developers more flexibility while still hosting the microcontroller and its supporting components. The 8-bit AVR versions of T-Boards were an instant success for subsequent wireless and audio T-Boards to build on. Now we introduce the youngest (and most powerful) member of the family — meet the 32-bit “ARM-ed” T-Board.
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