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Atmel SAM D10 Xplained Mini

Support for the Atmel SAM D10 Xplained Mini board. More...

Detailed Description

Support for the Atmel SAM D10 Xplained Mini board.


The SAMD10 Xplained Mini is an ultra-low cost evaluation board by Atmel featuring an SoC. The SoC includes a SAMD10 ARM Cortex-M0+ micro- controller. For programming the MCU comes with 4Kb of RAM and 16Kb of flash memory.

The samd10-xmini is available from various hardware vendors for ~8€ (as of 2020 October).


samd10-xmini image


Family ARM Cortex-M0+
Vendor Atmel
RAM 4 kiB
Flash 16 kiB
Frequency up to 48 MHz
FPU no
Timers 3 (2 x 16-bit, 1 x 24-bit)
ADCs 1x 10-bit (10 channels)
DACs 1x 10-bit (1 channel)
UARTs max 3 (shared with SPI and I2C)
SPIs max 3 (see UART)
I2Cs max 3 (see UART)
Vcc 1.62V - 3.63V
Datasheet Datasheet
Board Manual Board Manual

User Interface

1 User button and 1 LED:

Device PIN
SW0 PA25

Flashing the device

Connect the device to your Micro-USB cable using the port labeled as DEBUG USB.

The standard method for flashing RIOT to the samd10-xmini is using edbg. by calling: make BOARD=samd10-xmini -C tests/leds flash

Note that on Linux, you will need libudev-dev package to be installed.

Users can also use openOCD to flash and/or debug the board using: PROGRAMMER=openocd make BOARD=samd10-xmini -C tests/leds flash

On Linux you will have to add a udev rule for hidraw, like

echo 'KERNEL=="hidraw*", SUBSYSTEM=="hidraw", MODE="0664", GROUP="plugdev"' \
| sudo tee -a /etc/udev/rules.d/99-usb.rules
sudo service udev restart

Known Issues / Problems


The I2C pins on the board do not have any pull-ups connected to them. That means that running e.g. i2c_scan without any I2C slaves connected will run into timeouts.


file  board.h
 Board specific definitions for the Atmel SAM D10 Xplained Mini board.
file  gpio_params.h
 Board specific configuration of direct mapped GPIOs.
file  periph_conf.h
 Configuration of CPU peripherals for the Atmel SAM D10 Xplained Mini board.