A low price FPGA platform for makers using the Lattice ICE40 Ultra Plus 5K FPGA, programmable with open source toolchains.Designed by tinyVision.ai Inc. in United States of America
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# 10% off sale! I received a batch of UPduino's that are missing the entire bottom silkscreen. I personally test every one of them (FPGA programming, LED's and all pins) so functional otherwise. Th...Read More…
I received a batch of UPduino's that are missing the entire bottom silkscreen. I personally test every one of them (FPGA programming, LED's and all pins) so functional otherwise. These are on sale at a 10% discount on the Tindie store. If you want a regular UPduino with the bottom silkscreen, you'll need to wait till the end of February when the next batch of boards is expected to come in...
The UPDuino v3.0 is a small, low-cost open source FPGA board. The board features an on-board FTDI FPGA programmer, flash and 3-color LED with all FPGA pins brought out to easy to use 0.1" header pins for fast prototyping.
The tinyVision.ai UPduino v3.0 Board Features:
Lattice UltraPlus ICE40UP5K FPGA with 5.3K LUTs, 1Mb SPRAM, 120Kb DPRAM, 8 Multipliers
FTDI FT232H USB programmer 39 GPIO on 0.1” headers, 5V/3.3V/Ground to supply project DC power (<200mA) Dedicated 12MHz oscillator 4MB qSPI SPI Flash RGB LED PMOD compatible On-board 3.3V and 1.2V Regulators Open source schematic and layout using KiCAD An RGB LED Example Project to get your started on your FPGA journey Improved USB footprint to minimize connectors ripping off the board.
UPduino's are fully tested and programmed with a blinking LED flash image before shipping. Included are two 16 pin 0.1" header (not soldered on to give you flexibility in mounting). Please note that in order to optimize for shipping world wide, a micro USB cable is not included!
The UPduino is a great way to get started to learn about programming FPGA's as it is low cost, self-contained and you can be up and running in a few minutes using an open source toolchain. The previous UPduino had many design issues some of which are documented here. A survey sent to the community resulted in various improvement ideas that formed the basis of the design improvements. Changes/improvements to the v2.1 design are documented here.
The main draw of the UPduino is its low cost and open-source toolchain, allowing you to experiment and learn about hardware programming.
Product photo courtesy one of our customers, Gregory Benjamin. Thank you Gregory!
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