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Description: Replacement: None. There is no direct replacment for this board. This page is for reference only.

A low-cost single board computer solution. Perfect for small volume applications that require customization. Featuring 24 TTL compatible digital I/Os shared with 8 10-bit A/D pins with Zigbee, Bluetooth® or USB optional interfaces. The BASIC compiler is easy to learn, or the pre-configured C compiler is easy to use.

Unleash the power of a 32 bit processor, running at 60 MHz to solve your control problem. Save time with built in support for PWM, SPI, 1-Wire, I2C, Pulse timing, Synchronous and Asynchronous serial protocols.


  • Simply Connected™ Technology
  • ARM7 CPU running at 60MHz
  • Programmed via Serial interface over optional Zigbee, Bluetooth or USB
  • BASIC compiler runs >10 million lines of codes/sec
  • 32K Flash memory with 12K available for user code
  • 8K SRAM memory with space for over 1000 user variables
  • 24 TTL compatible digital I/O
  • 8 10-bit A/D converter channels
  • Onboard regulated power supply runs off 5-6V DC input
  • Internal supplies of 3.3V and 1.8V

Digital Inputs and Outputs:

  • 24 pins programmable for input or output
  • 1 million IO operations/sec

  • SPI support builtin with 800 Kb transfer rate
  • I2C support with 380 Kb transfer rate
  • SHIFT routines for Sync serial busses at 1.2 Mb rate
  • 1-Wire support
  • Async SERIAL builtin support upto 115.2 Kb
  • Pulse timing and generation with 1 uSec resolution
  • PWM with 8bit resolution
  • Frequency synthesis to 50 kHz
  • TTL compatible, 2.4V threshold
  • IOs 5V tolerant

Documents: *
ARMExpress Datasheet
* Programming the ARMexpress * Supported Basic Commands


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Customer Comments

  • The compilers for BASIC and C can be downloaded from the Coridium website, the link above is for BASIC.

  • Does the IDE (see Software link, above) include the BASIC or C compiler? Or do I have to buy that separately?

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