mBuino

A powerful platform for tiny circuits

Getting Started with the mBuino

The mBuino comes pre-programmed showing basic use of the on-board LEDs. However, when using with the mbed compiler and related tools, the capabilities of the mBuino is limited only by your imagination, mbed + mBuino = Limitless Prototyping. Click here for more details and the user guide.

Key Features

How To Program

The mBuino provides you with two ways to program. The first, simply plug your mBuino into your PC or laptop with a standard micro USB cable via the on-board USB connector. However if you prefer using JTAG, the mBuino exposes the two SWD pins allowing for a JTAG connection.

Installing Optional 2032 Battery Holder

The processor is capable of running down to 2V so adding a battery will effectively run the mBuino, anywhere from 2V to 3.3v.There are two pads on the back where a 2032 disk battery holder can be soldered, please see the image below. Please note that mBuino does not ship with battery holder.

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mBuino Pinout

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Schematics and Eagle Files

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Support at GHI's main site. 0 06 Nov 2014 by Ian Biggs
Using I2C and SPI interfaces together on mBuino 8 26 Sep 2014 by Erik Olieman
Getting the most battery life out of an mBuino 2 22 Sep 2014 by Maxint R&D

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