ARMmite, an SBC programmable from the PC with
a USB port, is now available. Raising the standard for
delivering value and price, the product offers functionality,
performance, and ease of use for prototype and low-volume
from the PC using a USB port, ARMmite enables users
to create code using their BASIC programs. The programming
is processed at a rate of more than 10 million instructions
per second and compiled according to ARM instructions
consistently delivering the performance value comparable
to applications written in C.
ARMmite provides 5 KB for user code, 6 KB for variables
and a 20 KB library supporting SP1, I2C,
1-Wire, and ASYNC protocols. Users download their programming
to the computer board, which offers two square inches
for prototype and other application development.
board is based on a 60-MHz LPC2103 and is 50 mm × 80
mm in size. It accepts a 7- to 16-VDC input, consumes
approximately 350 mW, and can provide 500 mA at 5 VDC.
The board also offers 1.75 square inches of prototyping
ARMmite costs $49.