Swiss army knife
I use the ARM boards usually as a quick way to flexibly interface some external circuits to a computer via USB; e.g., temperature sensors, pH sensors, microwave detectors …
       They are like a ‘Swiss army knife,’ cheaper and more quickly available than building something dedicated from scratch.
—Thomas K.
Government Researcher


  • Sensors
  • Monitoring
  • Measurement
  • Logging
  • Simple controls



Coridium Corporation (Tahoe Vista, CA) offers small footprint, high performance computer chips and boards for the development of wireless, monitoring, measurement, sensors, and related applications.

        Designed on the ARM 32-bit chip, the three families are:

1. The ARM7 line, which provides the lowest priced chips and boards with IEEE floating-point support for students, educators, and DIYers.

2. The ARM7 Arduino-shield compatible microprocessors and boards are the fastest and highest performing available for the design of prototypes, robotics, scalable, and other solutions.

3. The ARM7 Ethernet products, with USB and Ethernet connections, meet the demanding technical and power requirements engineers need to fix problems on the manufacturing floor.

        Founded in 2006, the first microchips and boards provided high value and performance at the lowest prices. They were designed to meet the specific budget and programming needs of novices, DIYers, and engineering professionals creating one-of-a-kind, prototypes, and low-volume applications.


        The company's annual growth is the
result of providing superior products at the lowest price.

        There is also increased market demand for the chips and boards that are necessary today for the development of applications such as wireless and sensors, and for robotics, manufacturing floor solutions, and for the build-out of scalable prototypes.

Founder and CEO
Bruce Eisenhard is a prototype designer with 30 years of experience, and the winner of a Consumer Electronic Show award for a video-editing solution.

       Mr. Eisenhard has a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA) and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Lafayette College (Easton, PA).