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microMighty was designed to create an environment for middle-school and high-school students to learn embedded programming and embedded control electronics.  microMighty uses a friendly interactive environment that gives immediate feedback to enhance the learning process and not complicate the learning environment waiting for compile-download cycles and fixing external circuits.

microMighty uses the language Lua, the same language used in Roblox.  Lua is a simple to learn and use language that has a clean readable syntax that is friendly to the beginner and powerful for real-world applications. 

microMighty makes it quick and easy to interface with external devices to build robots, create IoT connected sensors, and many, many more applications.

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Directly Interface with Peripherals

microMighty  was designed to interface directly with analog and digital sensors, displays, motors, LEDs and many other devices. Sensor modules plug directly into the microMighty connectors, don't require extra hardware, and they do not require lots of complicated software.

Working with a new sensor? Experiment using the Lua REPL and take measurements under varying conditions.  Calibrate and learn how to work with new sensors with simple experiments, then build your project.

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microMighty includes 4 connectors that are pre-wired to connect directly with standard analog servo motors.

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Technical Information

Core

  • 32-Bit 216 MHz ARM Cortex-M7 processor with a FPU for hardware floating-point operations
  • Adaptive Real-Time Accelerator (ART) for 0 wait-state execution
  • True Random Number Generator
  • CRC Calculation Unit
  • 96-Bit UUID
  • 512 KB FLASH w/ 256 KB RAM

Communications and Input/Outputs

  • 3 Controller Area Network (CAN) interfaces
  • 7 - Serial Ports ( 6 UARTS + 1 USB-VCP)
  • 2 - High Speed Hardware SPI Ports(fixed pins), Initialize any I/O pin as a SPI signal
  • 1 - Hardware I2C Ports (fixed pins)
  • 14 - Hardware Timers
  • 4 LEDs
  • USB 2.0 Full-Speed (VCP + MSC)
  • 27 General Purpose I/O (GPIO), 6 Analog Inputs (12-Bit) 

Other Interfaces

  • Built in 500 mA USB single-cell Lithium Polymer battery charger.
  • Auto Load switching: Charge the battery and power from USB or an external 5V source.
  • Power input from USB, I/O Pin or single cell LiPo Battery pack (JST connection).
  • 8 MHz on-board crystal reference.
  • 1 MB FLASH Disk for application and data storage
  • No hassle labeling of board interconnects.

Mechanical

  • 2" x 1.2" outside dimensions
  • 2 - #4-40 mounting holes
  • -40 C to +85 C operation
  • TBD Weight
 
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