On this page you can find all our projects. Click on the image to see more information about the project. We try to keep our projects as open source as possible and try to release everything using a CC-BY-SA3 license. Some projects here are still in development so keep that in mind.
The Simplecortex is a microcontroller development board that is shield compatible with the Arduino. The Simplecortex has a fast microcontroller, the LPC1769 from NXP. This is a ARM Cortex M3 microcontroller with 512KB flash, 64KB RAM and it runs at 120Mhz. To make sure that the Simplecortex is easy to use we made tutorials for almost every peripheral on the chip and examples to get you started. There are tutorials for simple stuff like IO control up to more advanced tutorials for MicroSD cards. The Simplecortex can be bought for around 45 dollars in the following webshops.
The CMSIS-DAP debugger is a new debugger designed by ARM. This debugger can program and debug all ARM M0/M3 and M4 microcontrollers. Any M0/M3/M4 microcontroller with USB onboard can be used as a debugger. We used an LPC11U37 and should have it running on a LPC11U24 quite soon. As the debug software is still in beta ARM made it closed source but it will hopefully be open source when it is officialy released. As it is still in beta an ARM silver account is required to download it, if you have that you can click here to download it or to register for an ARM silver account.