Developers looking for a small form factor open source arm development board may be interested in EdgePro1 Featuring a 600MHz, ARM Cortex M7. Measuring only 32 x 16 mm in size, the development platform uses firmware based POSIX-compliant real-time operating system And soon it will be available for purchase from Crowd Supply. Other features include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE, LuaJIT support, and an optional carrier board that turns it into a DIY PC.
“The main feature of EdgePro1 is the full use of the LuaJIT compiler for developing and executing programs written in the Lua script language. The LuaJIT compiler uses just-in-time (JiT) techniques to approach native C programming execution speeds when possible. Equipped with the U-Blox NINA-W102 communication module EdgePro1 supports Wi-Fi and BLE connectivity. This communication module features strong open CPU support for custom applications and a built-in antenna. An optional security chip, ATECC608A, is also available.”
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“We will also offer the EdgeProMX DIY computer board. It is a 231 x 132mm PCB board with punch-hole technology and every footprint you need to create a complete DIY computer based on EdgePro1. It has been specifically designed for easy home soldering. The EdgeProMX footprint features easily identifiable areas for soldering on Your own 48-key mechanical calendar keyboard, 400 x 240 monochrome LCD module, rotary switch, toggle switch, interchangeable batteries, development area for prototyping.For debugging purposes, a standard JTAG/SWD connector can also be added “.
We’ll provide a full parts list, where to get them, and a tutorial guide to help you build your dream PC based on DIY EdgePro1 with minimal difficulty and maximum fun. You can find open source schematics and BOMs for both boards at GitHub. We’ll be releasing full KiCad projects including Including the layout of the plates upon completion of a successful campaign.”
Source: Crowd Supply
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