The microMighty LuaBoard (originally just microMighty) was the platform originally developed to for the Lua-based environment that is microMighty. This platform hosts a powerful ARM Cortex-M7 microcontroller core running at a blazing 216 MHz. This platform was designed to be an all-in-one general purpose board for building small robots without extra hardware required (other than sensors of course!).
- 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
- 3 Controller Area Network (CAN) interfaces
- 7 - Serial Ports ( 6 UARTS + 1 USB-VCP)
- 4 LEDs
- 27 General Purpose I/O (GPIO), 6 Analog Inputs (12-Bit)
- 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.
- 8 MB FLASH Disk for application and data storage
- No hassle labeling of board interconnects.
- 2" x 1.2" outside dimensions
- 2 - #4-40 mounting holes
- -40 C to +85 C operation
- TBD Weight