LPC810 Breakout Board


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This basic Arm Cortex-M0+ NXP LPC810 breakout board features a FTDI programming header, USB (mini-B) connector for power only, a LM117-3.3v voltage regulator, power LED, ISP and Reset buttons and a standard 2×5-pin 0.05″ SWD debug connector. All pins are brought out to the edge of the board. Three PCBs from OSHPark.com cost me $6.55 […]

https://ucexperiment.wordpress.com/2015/02/22/lpc810-breakout-board/


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Anyone who has a Raspberry Pi knows how exciting it is to have this little computer in the palm of your hand. Now with the introduction of the latest model, and with it being more powerful and staying at the same old price, there is so much more you can do now. Looking for something […]

http://lifehacker.com/seven-ready-made-raspberry-pi-projects-you-can-install-1691368805


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The Raspberry or Banana Pi have already pre-installed Python. If you like to stay with Groovy on these nice little devices, here are the instructions to install Groovy. GVM makes the whole process very easy and convenient. Open a terminal window and use these commands: curl -s get.gvmtool.net > installGroovy.sh chmod u+x installGroovy.sh installGroovy.sh source […]

https://jolorenz.wordpress.com/2015/03/22/how-to-install-groovy-on-a-banana-pi-or-raspberry-pi/


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[Shane] recently built an automated plant watering system for his home. We’ve seen several similar projects before, but none of them worked quite like this one. Shane’s system is not hooked into the house plumbing and it doesn’t use any off-the-shelf electronic valves. Instead, [Shane’s] build revolves around a device that looks like it was intended […]

http://hackaday.com/2015/02/20/automated-plant-watering-system-uses-car-parts/