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Bambino 210

Overview

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The Micromint Bambino 210 is a multi-core SBC designed for compatibility with the mbed framework. This popular framework for embedded software development includes extensive class libraries, tools and broad community support, allowing you to deliver embedded applications faster and more reliably. The Micromint Bambino 210 is powered by an NXP LPC4330, the first dual-core ARM Cortex-M microcontroller. Its Cortex-M4 and Cortex-M0 cores are both capable of concurrent 204 MHz operation. With 264 KB SRAM onboard and 4 MB of flash, developers can fulfill demanding requirements in monitoring, instrumentation, data acquisition, process control and many other applications. Two USB device ports serve both as power sources and for data communications or debugging. I/O starts with two buttons and four LEDs and can be extended using Arduino compatible shields. Hardware and software licensing is open source, giving developers the freedom to adapt the Bambino to their specific requirements.

For applications requiring networking and additional I/O we offer the Micromint Bambino 210E, including the same base features but with enhanced functionality. Flash goes up to 8 MB and extended I/O headers are available for interfacing additional I/O modules. 100 megabit Ethernet is onboard, as well as microSD and Xbee sockets. Besides the built-in ports, boards can be ordered with optional mbed HDK and a JTAG interfaces. A coin cell battery for the RTC, screw terminals for power and two PMOD interfaces can be easily implemented in the field by soldering components.

Pricing for the Micromint Bambino 210 and 210E in single quantities is $26.95 and $41.95 respectively. Volume pricing and custom configurations are available by contacting our Sales staff at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Features

Bambino 210

 NXP LPC4330 @ 204 MHz
 Dual core ARM® Cortex™-M4/M0
 264 KB SRAM, 4 MB Flash
 High-speed USB 2.0 device port
 Full-speed USB 2.0 device port
 mbed HDK
 2 buttons, 4 LEDs
 Arduino-compatible headers
 Form factor 4” x 2.3” (101.6 x 58.4 mm)

Bambino 210E

 Same base features as Bambino 210 plus:
 8 MB Flash
 10/100 Mbps Ethernet
 microSD socket
 Xbee socket
 Extended I/O headers
 Power jack, 7 – 12 VDC

Options

 JTAG interface
 RTC coin cell battery
 PMOD I2C interface
 PMOD SPI interface

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Bambino 210E
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Headers

Bambino 210 Headers

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Bambino 210E Headers

Bambino 210E

mbed HDK

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The mbed HDK includes an NXP LPC11U35 microcontroller with the mbed CMSIS-DAP firmware for better integration with mbed tools. It implements the following features:

  • USB Mass Storage Device for drag and drop programming of the LPC4330
  • USB Communications Device Class for Serial Communication with the LPC4330
  • USB HID CMSIS-DAP for debugging LPC4330 firmware
  • USB bootloader for updating the LPC11U35 firmware

Option - JTAG Interface

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The JTAG interface option includes a Cortex-M 10-pin (0.05"/1.27mm) JTAG connector for debugging. This option is required to debug applications using a JTAG probe (not included). It is highly recommended for multicore debugging. A Cortex-M 20-pin Debug+ETM connector is available by special order for applications requiring trace and profiling support.

Documentation

Bambino 210 Documentation (Wiki)

Bambino 210 Support Forum

Bambino 210 Schematics

 

 

Bambino 210: $26.95 order
Bambino 210E: $41.95 order

Bambino 200

Overview

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The Micromint Bambino 200 is the first multi-core SBC compatible with the .NET Gadgeteer and mbed frameworks. These popular frameworks for embedded software development include extensive class libraries, tools and broad community support, allowing you to deliver embedded applications faster and more reliably. The Micromint Bambino 200 is powered by an NXP LPC4330, the first dual-core ARM Cortex-M microcontroller. Its Cortex-M4 and Cortex-M0 cores are both capable of 204 MHz. With 264 KB SRAM onboard and 4 MB of flash, developers can fulfill demanding requirements in monitoring, instrumentation, data acquisition, process control and many other applications. A USB device port serves both as a power source and for data communications or debugging. I/O starts with two buttons and two LEDs and can be extended using 5 Gadgeteer sockets. Hardware and software licensing is open source, giving developers the freedom to adapt the Bambino to their specific requirements.

For applications requiring networking and additional I/O we offer the Micromint Bambino 200E, including the same base features but with enhanced functionality. Flash goes up to 8 MB and 10 Gadgeteer sockets are available for I/O modules. 100 megabit Ethernet is onboard, as well as microSD and Xbee sockets. Besides the built-in ports, a JTAG for low level debugging, a coin cell battery for the RTC and screw terminals for power can be easily implemented in the field by soldering components.

Pricing for the Micromint Bambino 200 and 200E in single quantities is $24.95 and $39.95 respectively. Volume pricing and custom configurations are available by contacting our Sales staff at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Features

Bambino 200

 NXP LPC4330 @ 204 MHz
 Dual core ARM® Cortex™-M4/M0
 264 KB SRAM, 4 MB Flash
 High-speed USB 2.0 device port
 2 buttons, 2 LEDs
 5 Gadgeteer sockets
 Form factor 4” x 2.3” (101.6 x 58.4 mm)

Bambino 200E

 Same base features as Micromint Bambino 200
 8 MB Flash
 10 Gadgeteer sockets
 10/100 Mbps Ethernet
 Additional full-speed USB device port
 microSD socket
 Xbee socket
 Power jack, 7 – 12 VDC

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Bambino 200E
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Sockets 

Socket  Available functions 
1 O–Analog Out S–SPI X–3 GPIO     
I–I2C P–PWM S – SPI U–UART  Y–7 GPIO 
A–Analog In O–Analog Out P–PWM    
A–Analog In I–I2C Y–7 GPIO    
K–UART RTS/CTS U–UART X–3 GPIO    
6 (*)  I–I2C  S–SPI Y–7 GPIO    
7 (*)  I–I2C  U–UART Y–7 GPIO    
8 (*)  D–USB Device H–USB Host I–I2C    
9 (*)  Y–7 GPIO        
10 (*)  S–SPI U–UART X–3 GPIO    

(*) Socket only available on Micromint Bambino 200E.

Documentation

Bambino 200 Documentation (Wiki)

Bambino 200 Support Forum

Bambino 200 Schematics

Option - JTAG Interface

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The JTAG interface option includes a Cortex-M 10-pin (0.05"/1.27mm) JTAG connector for debugging. This option is required to debug applications using a JTAG probe (not included). It is highly recommended for multicore debugging.

Availability

The Micromint Bambino 200 and 200E are now shipping.

 

Bambino 200: $29.95 Order the Bambino 200
Bambino 200E: $44.95 Order the Bambino 200E

 

Overview

The Micromint picoJTAG is a low-cost debugger for ARM Cortex M3 microcontrollers. It combines JTAG debugging with a RS-232 Virtual COM port allowing software developers to connect a debugger and serial port to a computer with a single USB cable. The picoJTAG can also provide power to targets that are capable of accepting power on the 20-pin JTAG connector. Drivers are provided for IAR, Keil and GNU toolchains supporting ARM Cortex M targets. Third party FTDI debugger drivers can be used to support other targets.

Features

USB2.0 (high-speed, 480Mbits/sec)
RS-232 Virtual COM Port
Based on the FT2232H
Plugs directly into Arm's standard 20-pin JTAG connector
Capable of supplying power to targets JTAG connector
33.02mm x 47.12mm (1.3" x 1.85")

Options

Serial port adapter cable - $4.00
• 10-pin IDC to DB9M connector
• 10-pin IDC to 10-pin IDC

 

 

PicoJTAG

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Documentation

picoJTAG Documentation (Wiki)

picoJTAG Schematics

 

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