Radek Palenik

Diy MK10DX256VLH7 development board

Discussion created by Radek Palenik on Aug 20, 2015

Hello Group,

i was long time wondering, if i could make kinetis mcu alive from scratch.

I have got few mcu  MK10DX256VLH7 from freescale. I have ordered one SEGGER J-link EDU probe.

I have collected another hardware: a laser printer, a laminating machine for toner transfer to make printed board.

Than stereo microscope (my sight is getting worse).

I have destroyed two mcu's, the is reason unknown until now.

The board is in the third version, the first and the second are in bin.

The PCB is one sided, it makes toner transfer much easier. It can be done at home.

 

All parts are cheap, the ebay source.

 

The uploaded KICAD files of board are valid.

I have tried simple blink project (thanks Processor Expert and KInetis studio)

 

Almost all pins of mcu are placed in pin array along board sides.

I have tested simple blinking of led project, serial communication and SPI communication with LCD screen.

 

There are all kicad sources uploaded. No licence is required.

Everyone can try.

 

The original idea is from

 

 

http://hackaday.com/2011/08/03/an-arm-dev-board-you-can-make-at-home/

Original Attachment has been moved to: 2015_08_19_Simplest_ARM64_board.zip

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