Support for the Seeeduino Arch Pro board. More...
Support for the Seeeduino Arch Pro board.
The Seeeduino Arch Pro is an 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 microprocessor development board, featuring an Arduino-compatible shield interface and a RJ-45 network interface.
|up to 100 MHz
|4 x 32-bit
|2.4V - 3.6V
The first UART device is mapped to stdout.
Note: the board controller always configures the virtual serial port at 115200 baud with 8 bits, no parity and one stop bit. This also means that it expects data from the MCU with the same settings.
Note: to use the virtual serial port, ensure you have the latest board controller firmware installed.
To flash, the OpenOCD Software is required.
Flashing is supported by RIOT-OS by the command below:
To run the GDB debugger, use the command:
Or, to connect with your own debugger:
LPC ARM Cortext MCUs need a flash image checksum. When running
make flash, this checksum is automatically generated and inserted into the firmware image right before flashing.
It depends on the lpc_checksum command-line utility, which can be installed using using
pip install lpc_checksum or
pip3 install lpc_checksum. After installing this utility, it should be available on your command-line.
For using the Seeeduino Arch Pro development kit we strongly recommend the usage of the GNU Tools for ARM Embedded Processors toolchain.
Image: taken from Seeeduino website.
|Board specific definitions for the Seeduino Arch Pro board.
|Board specific configuration of direct mapped GPIOs.
|Peripheral MCU configuration for the Seeeduino Archo Pro board.