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Fyber Labs Inc.
The STM32F4X1 is a Cortex-M4 32 bit microcontroller(MCU). The 401 and 411 MCUss are a pattern compatible size reduced implementations of the ST Micro Cortex-M4. The 401 can operate up to 84MHz and the 411 operates up to 100MHz. The STM32F411 also has the new STM32 Dynamic Efficiency and Batch Acquisition Mode (BAM) allowing to save even more power consumption during data batching.
This Flex Module allows for a wide range of programming, through the standard ST USB/Serial bootloader, as well as SWD utilizing the Tag Connect programming cable.
Fyber Labs is utilizing the STM32 Flex Modules as the main processor for wearables. It provides enough power to enable DSP processing for biosensing signals as well as support for Espruino.
Designed, fabricated, and shipped from the US.
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United States Postal Service: Flat Rate Priority Mail
We will usually ship out orders on the following Monday.
FedEx: 2-Day Rush Handling + Fedex Overnight Envelope
We normally send orders out over the weekend. This price includes making your order a priority in our lives to get it out the door. We will try to have it shipped next day, but that may not always be possible as this is not our main business.
We recognize our top users by making them a Tindarian. Tindarians have access to secret & unreleased features.
We look for the most active & best members of the Tindie community, and invite them to join. There isn't a selection process or form to fill out. The only way to become a Tindarian is by being a nice & active member of the Tindie community!
Fyber Labs is based in Kirkland, WA. We are developing wearable electronics for consumers and makers. Our Flex Module line is available on Tindie. While we are working on our consumer products, we are happy to share our development system with fellow hobbyists and engineers.
If you are a WA state customer, please contact us before ordering to calculate sales tax.
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