tinyK20: New board with micro-SD card

Posted on Wednesday, June 17th, 2015 in ARM by DP


Erich of MCU on Eclipse has posted an update on his open source tinyK20 project. We wrote about it previously:

Changes from the earlier version (see “tinyK20 Open Source ARM Debug/Universal Board – First Prototypes“):
1.Replaced the K20 crystal with one having a smaller footprint.
2.Added Micro SD card socket on the back (same socket as on the FRDM-K64F or FRDM-K22F).
3.Because SD cards can draw more than the 120 mA the K20 internal 3.3V provided, there is a footprint on the backside of the board to add an extra DC-DC converter.
4.Moved reset button and headers.
5.First version with transparent enclosure.

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