[Blabber] Diy Dev Kit

Konstantin Avdashchenko konsgn at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 15 16:57:08 UTC 2015


But what would you guys like to see on the board?

Here's a picture of the previous one:


I want to build in a bunch of features to it, and avoid using a breadboard with it.

What would you guys use it for/ what could be done with it?


From: Blabber <blabber-bounces at list.hackmanhattan.com> on behalf of Robert Diamond <rmd6502 at gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 11:40 AM
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Subject: Re: [Blabber] Diy Dev Kit

I'd love to help - I'll be in CA mostly, but back about every other month.


On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 8:19 AM, Konstantin Avdashchenko <konsgn at hotmail.com<mailto:konsgn at hotmail.com>> wrote:

Hey Hackmanhattan,

I wanna make my own dev kit for the following microconttroller:


Mainly because it's one of the cheapest arm's I can find and has usb support.

The main reason I'm making this is to expand the functionality of the Global_boot<https://github.com/konsgn/Global_Boot> project.

The previous board I made, I had in mind a rfid lock. Using a PIC18f25K50, it was based around an rfid reader, nokia display, and an esp8266 port.

It also had 3 led's , a bootloader/user configurable button, servo/solenoid output, a uart port separate from the esp header, a buzzer, and a separate Vin port when not powered off of USB.

It worked great for talking to the esp8266 as you never had to unplug the esp chip, just press a button and it automagically reboot the chip into program/run mode. Also, since it acted like a cdc device,

you could change baud on the fly.

Anyway, for this new board, The one thing I want for sure is a micro usb connection.

Also, I may want to design it in such a way that it could be used as a controller for a sensored brushless motor. Not sure yet.

Does anyone want to work on this with me? Or, does anyone want me to break any particular feature out so that they can use the board as well?

Here's a link to the datasheet<http://cache.freescale.com/files/32bit/doc/data_sheet/KL27P64M48SF2.pdf> .

I'm going to make this board one way or another, but I would like to see other people getting use out of it, so lemme know.


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