Miniature 480MHz Cortex-M7 USB Development BoardDesigned by Webtronics in United Kingdom
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What Is It? Toasty is a humongously-powerful Cortex-M7 ARM-based microcontroller USB development board in a small form-factor with tons of external IO. Featuring a core clock speed of 480MHz and c...Read More…
What Is It?
Toasty is a humongously-powerful Cortex-M7 ARM-based microcontroller USB development board in a small form-factor with tons of external IO.
Featuring a core clock speed of 480MHz and combining 2MB of flash memory with 1MB of SRAM, for its size, Toasty is one of the most powerful Cortex-M development boards on the planet!
Toasty is a 3.3V system and is NOT compatible with other 5V modules or subsystems without using suitable level translators or logic shifters.
Toasty is 76.2x25.4mm (3"x1") in size and is fully breadboard-compatible with GPIO pins sat on a 2.54mm (0.1") pitch.
Toasty features a total of 60 general purpose IO pins, each of which can be multiplexed as part of an additional peripheral.
The full peripheral set available on Toasty is as follows:
Toasty sketches can be uploaded via USB from the Arduino IDE via a custom uploader utility. Toasty uses the default STM32 bootloader pre-programmed into every STM32 device - no additional bootloader is required to program Toasty.
Arduino API and low-level peripheral access is provided by the STM32duino core GitHub repo with included Toasty support:
What Makes Toasty Special
Toasty enables you to take your projects to the next level with its outrageous performance and a plethora of peripherals and available IO!
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