The 1bitsy and Black Magic Probe are now available in our store:
Open-Source Miniature Breadboard Friendly ARM Cortex-M4F Dev Board with 1MB Flash, 196kB RAM, 168MHz, floating point and more.
Plug and Play JTAG/SWD USB programmer and debugger with a built in GDB server and TTL level UART to USB adapter.
1Bitsy 1UP is a retro inspired handheld game console, the design is based on the 1Bitsy STM32F415RGT6 ARM Cortex-M4F 168MHz 192kb RAM and 1MB Flash micro controller. 2.8″ TFT with capacitive touch, SDCard Reader and a few other components.
The display used is a TFT LCD with I2C CapTouch and ILI9341 driver. (should be compatible with the display sold by Adafruit on their breakouts as well as the buydisplay.com 2.8″ tft with CapTouch sensor)
The most basic design consists of:
- 1Bitsy STM32F415RGT6 (168MHz, 192kb RAM, 1MB Flash)
- 240×320 2.8″ TFT with capacitive touch and PWM backlight control
- D-Pad, ABXY, Start, Select buttons
- DAC audio out to headphones. (speakers optional)
- SDCard connected over SDIO interface
The hardware design files and firmware source code are available on GitHub:
Piotr Esden-Tempski and Gareth McMullin joined the embedded.fm podcast to talk about their Black Magic Probe and 1bitsy projects:
They discussed their current Kickstarter campaign:
Design files and source code for both projects is available on GitHub:
In application debugger for ARM Cortex microcontrollers.
Open Source JTAG enabled ARM development platform
You can also ask questions on Black Magic’s Gitter channel.
Piotr Esden-Tempski of 1Bitsquared created this Open Source and Open Hardware debuggable ARM development platform:
Firmware development with the lights on
Design files and source code are shared on GitHub:
Small breadboard friendly STM32 (eventually other mcu’s too) eval boards with exposed JTAG and SWD for the use with Black Magic Probe and others!