small electronic dice with ARM Cortex

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small electronic dice with ARM Cortex

Post by Harty123 » Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:52 pm

last weekend I developed an small electronic dice based on a LPC1114/FN28 (ARM Cortex M0)...



You will find the source code and schematic at my website

http://www.hwhardsoft.de/deutsch/projek ... C3%BCrfel/

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Re: small electronic dice with ARM Cortex

Post by Roukan » Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:16 pm

Cool stuff Harty, makes man with no electronics/soldering skills a sad panda ;)


Cheers

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Re: small electronic dice with ARM Cortex

Post by uze6666 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:33 am

So the chips are finally out. Awesome to see a Cortex chip in DIP format! It's a shame though it doesn't have more flash & RAM... :(

Which toolchain did you use? Is it still a pain to make something on the Cortex with open/free tooling?

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Re: small electronic dice with ARM Cortex

Post by Harty123 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 10:03 am

uze6666 wrote:So the chips are finally out. Awesome to see a Cortex chip in DIP format! It's a shame though it doesn't have more flash & RAM... :(
Whats a pity!
uze6666 wrote: Which toolchain did you use? Is it still a pain to make something on the Cortex with open/free tooling?
For this project I used LPCXpresso IDE (code red compiler) and the LPC-Link as debugger. Usually I use for ARM projects Coocox www.coocox.org - this is a free toolchain with the GNU compiler - independent from the manufacturer of the ARM Cortex. Unfortunately Coocox doesn't support the LPC1114/FN28 ... that was the reason to use LPCXpresso, but this is a pain!!!

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