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ARM’ed T-Board

Here’s Cortex-M0+ 32-bit power

ARM’ed T-Board
While 8-bit microcontrollers remain the bread and butter of the enthusiast and maker communities, there is a growing interest in 16- and 32-bit microcontrollers. Without doubt, the most popular emerging architecture is the ARM Cortex-M — a core that nearly all the major manufacturers include in their microcontroller line-ups.
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SMD 1206, 1%, 0.125W
R1 = 10kOhm
R2 = 330Ohm
C1 = 100µF 25V 20%, radial
C2,C8 = 10µF 25V 20%, radial
C3,C4,C5,C6,C7 = 100nF 50V, X7R, 1206
L1 = BLM18PG471SN1D ferrite bead, 0.2Ohm/1A, 470Ohm @100MHz
D1 = 1N4007 (1000V, 1A)
LED1 = LED, red, SMD 1206
IC2 = LD1117S33CTR (3.3V LDO voltage regulator)
IC3 = PRTR5V0U2X (ESD protection diode)
S1 = switch, tactile, 24V, 50mA, 6x6 mm
JP1,JP2,JP3 = jumper, 1x2, vertical, 0.1’’ pitch
F1 = 500mA PTC resettable fuse
K1 = DC barrel jack 2.1mm pin
K2,K3 = 14-way pinheader, SIL, 0.1’’ pitch
K4 = 10-way (2x5) pinheader, 0.05’’ pitch
K5 = micro USB receptacle, 2.0 type B, SMD
jumper socket 0.1’’ pitch
PCB, Elektor Store # 150059-1
Alternatively: ready-assembled board, Elektor Store # 150059-91

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