Overview eagle

The Micromint Eagle 100 is a single board computer designed for cost-sensitive control applications that require real-time performance, networking and extensive support of popular peripherals. It delivers 32-bit performance and features at a cost equivalent to legacy 8- and 16-bit controllers. Powered by a Texas Instruments ARM Cortex-M3 core capable of over 60 MIPS, the Eagle 100 can fulfill demanding requirements in monitoring, instrumentation, data acquisition, process control, factory automation and many other applications. An extensive array of peripherals is built-in plus expandability is available using PC/104 I/O cards. Several peripherals can be reconfigured with the programmable logic capabilities of the integrated CPLD.



bullet 50 MHz 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M3
bullet 256 KB Flash/64 KB SRAM
bullet 10/100 Ethernet
bullet Micro-SD Socket
bullet LCD Port
bullet 4x4 Keypad Port
bullet PC/104 8-bit I/O expansion
bullet Two RS232 Serial Ports
bullet I C, SSI (SPI) Ports
bullet 8-ch. 10-bit ADC, 4-ch. 10-bit DAC
bullet Reconfigurable I/O with Xilinx CPLD
bullet Up to 52 - 5V tolerant GPIOs, 80 without PC/104
bullet 4 general purpose timers, 1 watchdog timer
bullet Support for GNU and IAR compilers
bullet Thumb2 instruction set for smaller object code
bullet Basic and LUA supported
bullet +5V power supply required
bullet Dimensions: 3.8 inches x 4.4 inches

 Eagle 100



Code examples are included with the Eagle 100 to get you started quickly. Applications can run standalone with no operating system or can use a compact real time operating system such as FreeRTOS. You can use popular IDEs together with the GNU and IAR compilers. The microSD card capability simplifies program and data storage. Remote access can be implemented via web or command line interfaces, providing off-site monitoring and maintenance capabilities. The JTAG interface speeds up application development and debugging.

Ports of popular Basic and LUA development tools are available for the Eagle 100 to reduce application development time and simplify integration with code libraries developed for industrial and scientific environments. Using these tools, you can achieve significant functionality in a very short time. These open source tools can be easily extended, allowing a virtually unlimited number of possibilities


Eagle 100 Documentation (Wiki)

Eagle 100 User's Manual (PDF)

Eagle 100 Schematics

Choosing among Micromint Eagle SBCs

Code Examples

Embedded ARM Development using the Eclipse IDE

Command line Debugging using OpenOCD

Micromint supports the IAR J-Link for debugging and has arranged for special pricing on the IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM for Micromint customers when they purchase the Eagle 100.


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