100-pin Version of SuperPro

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garofolo
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100-pin Version of SuperPro

Post by garofolo » Thu Mar 13, 2014 8:49 pm

Would it be possible to get a SuperPro that uses the 100-pin version of the same CPU? I think it is NXP's part LPC1766? I could buy the blank CPU from Newark, or Digikey, but I want to use BasicTools. I need the extra I/O pins.



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Re: 100-pin Version of SuperPro

Post by basicchip » Fri Mar 14, 2014 12:00 am

Right now there is not enough interest to build a 100 pin SuperPRO. The BASIC would run on an LPC1766, they really are the same chip, just one has more pins brought out.

Is there an mBed version with that part that brings all the pins out?

We might sell a downloadable BASIC for that.

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Re: 100-pin Version of SuperPro

Post by basicchip » Fri Mar 21, 2014 3:22 pm

As we built this for internal use, it wouldn't take much to turn it into a product.
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It has an LPC43xx part and all the pins brought to pads, with Arduino connectors and a total of 14 A/D channels. The LPC43xx has every peripheral I've ever seen on a micro, including the serial GPIOs which I've used to do image capture and image display (which is the reason we built it in the first place).

I'm working on adding an SDcard socket and we will probably call it a DataLogger as part of the Arduino shield compatible family.

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