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October 12, 2011
Product DEV-12640 |
about a month ago
Have you guys ever stated what the part number or specs are for the diode on the USB input? IIRC the BOM in Eagle doesn’t state it.
News - New Product Friday: A Gen… |
about 7 months ago
“Don’t you hate traditional third hands? They don’t have enough hands…”
And then you sell yours with only two included.
Product DEV-11575 |
about a year ago
+1 to this. Micro or regular…never mini!
News - New Product Friday: Produ… |
about a year ago
The catch-22 of needing to buy the shield to help move enough product to get the Duino…but then not needing the Duino…
Electric Imp’s website hints at a “Duino”, an Arduino with Imp built in…any idea when that might exist as more than vaporware?
Tutorial - A ProMicro Installation and Arduino Briefing |
about 2 years ago
If you follow the updated instructions above with the new zip file you shouldn’t have trouble with the Mac. I copied the zip contents to a new folder i created in documents/arduino and named it “hardware.” Then i pasted the pro micro contents inside that hardware folder. The arduino program was able to find the bootloader file no problem. Above, in a separate reply i’ve outlined how I got code to upload from my macbook pro to the pro micro 5V.
Well I dont know if I did it right but I got it working with my macbook pro. I created a folder named hardware and copied in the pro micro zip files as directed above. Then I plugged in the pro micro, opened the arduino IDE and selected the pro micro and the correct com port. However when I’d try to upload Blink i’d get the classic avrdude programmer is not responding code that means the reset isn’t initializing. So i cheated, unplugged the pro micro, hit upload and plugged the pro micro back in. Since it reinitializes, the bootloader accepts new code and the program uploaded perfectly.
I am 100% certain this is not the correct fix but I’ve tried it half a dozen times with different programs and it works every time: unplug board, hit upload, plug board back in.
No public wish lists :(