Jupiter Nano – coming soon on Crowd Supply!

 
 

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  • Open Source Hardware development board
  • Runs NuttX RTOS, Linux, or MicroPython (on Linux)
  • Tiny 48-pin form factor (1.125″ x 2.5″, similar in size to Teensy 4.1)
  • 10x more powerful than the Arduino Due
    • ARM Cortex A5 processor running at 498Mhz (7x clock speed of the Arduino Due)
    • 128MB RAM (1280x RAM of Arduino Due)
    • Key peripherals use DMA (USB, SPI, I2C, Flexcom)
  • CPU: Microchip SAMA5D27C-LD1G running at 498Mhz
  • DRAM: AP Memory AD2100XXX 128Mx32 LPDDR2 DRAM chip integrated into system-in-package (SIP)
  • Power management: Quorvo ACT8945 with integrated LiPo battery charging capability
  • Compatible with many LiPo batteries
  • I/O
    • USB 2.0 HS port on USB-micro B jack (Port A, 480Mbps, host or device)
    • USB 2.0 HS port on a pin-header connection (Port B, 480 Mbps, host only)
    • USB 2.0 FS Debug console port on USB-micro B jack (12Mbps)
    • SD Card slot – 50MHz DDR (the board boots from this, so it is impossible to brick the device)
    • Native SPI and I2C ports
    • 4 FLEXCOMs on I/O pins – flexible serial controller peripherals that can be SPI, UART, or I2C
    • 40 total PIO pins available for I/O, 48 pin PCB
    • JTAG port for programming and debugging

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