Shown with user-supplied breadboard
Have you tried to develop microcontroller applications, but been frustrated by complicated assembly language programming? Or have you run into limitations found in simple Basic language compilers? Why not step up to C and the power of a 32-bit CPU? The new APP-V is designed from the ground up to run C programs at a blazing 50MHz (with optional external clock; nominal speed is 48MHz).All programming is done from a USB port or standard serial port on your computer using your choice of compilers including the Mbed online IDE, LPCXpresso, or the GNU C/C++ compiler. You can also use an SWD debug/programming probe (not included).
There's no easier way to start programming microcontrollers in C. If you prefer to use assembler, no problem! Not only can you mix assembly language with your C programs, but the board will work fine with ARM assemblers.
The APP-V is based on an all new PCB design -- you can use the edge connector to interface to external circuitry or use the supplied pins to plug the board directly into a solderless breadboard. This makes prototyping simple. All you need is USB port for power and programming. Or you can supply a low voltage unregulated power supply if you prefer. There's even room onboard for extra circuitry you might need to add.
Look at the powerful capabilities of this board:
Please note that this is a kit and does require soldering and basic electronic tools. This allows you to customize the board to fit your needs. All the parts are through hole, and the solder masked board is very easy to assemble.
The APP-V kits are available today.
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