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By viskr
#143729
It doesn't get much simpler than using this chip, a picture of an FTDI cable connection to download a blinky example to the LPC1114 DIP28, 50 MHz 32bit ARM, built in power supplies, oscillator, 32K Flash, 4K RAM.

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All that's needed is 2.5-3.3V, GND. In this example a 2V zener diode supplies power from a 5V FTDI cable.
By stevech
#143771
viskr wrote:It doesn't get much simpler than using this chip, a picture of an FTDI cable connection to download a blinky example to the LPC1114 DIP28, 50 MHz 32bit ARM, built in power supplies, oscillator, 32K Flash, 4K RAM.
All that's needed is 2.5-3.3V, GND. In this example a 2V zener diode supplies power from a 5V FTDI cable.
On-chip oscillator?
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