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Member Since: November 9, 2009

Country: Sweden

  • What LDO is mounted on this board?

  • You get what you pay for. A board with a SAM7-chip that is. You've got the schematic, from my experience it is all correct, what more documentation do you need?

  • Don't try to share the SPI-bus with other stuff! Even though the CSB-line is inactive it will get confused and shut down, requiring hard reset (pulling the plug).
    I got it to work together with a MicroMag, but with an SD-card, no, it would just die.

  • Come on guys!
    Sure she's a kid and all, but honestly, safety goggles for soldering? I have never heard of anyone who has managed to solder him-/herself in the eye.

  • All SAM7 (and almost every ARM) contain PLL's and can do extensive clock multiplying. 18.432 MHz was choosen by the designers to be able to generate proper frequency for the USB.

  • This actually has 3 USART:s. Two with full capability and one "Debug Interface" that you are free to use for whatever. It has not DTR and such but it should still count as an USART.

No public wish lists :(