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An alternative way to get Cortex-M0 for the existing brain?
05-08-2018, 08:51 AM
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An alternative way to get Cortex-M0 for the existing brain?
I think the new brain is based on the M0 to get more speed/space..

Is this an alternative for an M0 upgrade for the existing brain?

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DFRduino M0 is the first 32-bit Arduino microcontroller based on ARM Cortex-M0 core that supports 5V logic.
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05-08-2018, 10:35 AM (This post was last modified: 05-08-2018 10:42 AM by Vaygr.)
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RE: An alternative way to get Cortex-M0 for the existing brain?
There is a problem with your link. Here's a proper one: https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1654.html

"It is compatible with Arduino Leonardo pin mappings and has more I/O resources and more powerful processing capacity.". That's quite interesting as it should be relatively easy to just upgrade the Arduino board and use the same Brain Shield 3.1. But i think the admins mentioned that with their new M0 board, everything will be fully integrated, so it should be just one single board??

Another M0 board that i was contemplating: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/SAMD21-M...74095.html
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05-08-2018, 11:00 AM
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RE: An alternative way to get Cortex-M0 for the existing brain?
(05-08-2018 10:35 AM)Vaygr Wrote:  There is a problem with your link. Here's a proper one: https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1654.html

"It is compatible with Arduino Leonardo pin mappings and has more I/O resources and more powerful processing capacity.". That's quite interesting as it should be relatively easy to just upgrade the Arduino board and use the same Brain Shield 3.1. But i think the admins mentioned that with their new M0 board, everything will be fully integrated, so it should be just one single board??

Another M0 board that i was contemplating: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/SAMD21-M...74095.html

Yes, I know that the new brain is based on M0 (and I think integrated on one board) - and I want one :-) but this may be an option if you want to upgrade but continue using the "old" brain.

The M0 board in my link supports 5V logic (same as Leonardo) I think the one from aliexpress is 3.3V?
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05-08-2018, 01:14 PM
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RE: An alternative way to get Cortex-M0 for the existing brain?
(05-08-2018 11:00 AM)@mundsen Wrote:  The M0 board in my link supports 5V logic (same as Leonardo) I think the one from aliexpress is 3.3V?

Yes. Here is the manufacturer product's page: https://robotdyn.com/samd21-m0.html
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05-08-2018, 01:50 PM
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RE: An alternative way to get Cortex-M0 for the existing brain?
(05-08-2018 01:14 PM)Vaygr Wrote:  
(05-08-2018 11:00 AM)@mundsen Wrote:  The M0 board in my link supports 5V logic (same as Leonardo) I think the one from aliexpress is 3.3V?

Yes. Here is the manufacturer product's page: https://robotdyn.com/samd21-m0.html

Leonardo:
Each of the 20 digital i/o pins on the Leonardo can be used as an input or output, using pinMode(), digitalWrite(), and digitalRead() functions. They operate at 5 volts.

So I think if you want to test an M0 based board it needs to use 5V logic like the Leonardo?
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