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Where to buy Atmel evaluation board

Started by hikari April 12, 2005
I am a student who wants to learn ARM based embedded system.
I have found that Atmel EB40, EB40A, EB55 seem to be good
evaluation boards. I want to buy one, but from where?
Atmel's website caters only to the business world.
Where can I buy just one board?
Thanks very much.

-Hikari

Atmel ARM evaluation boards from Digi-Key, between $198 and $250 ...

http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Criteria?Ref=337251&Site=US&Cat=32375497

Philips ARM boards and development kits from NMI, between $69 and $129 (with 
an even less expensive one coming out shortly) ...

http://www.newmicros.com/

Hope this helps.
-Pete.

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"hikari" <cjchen@eden.rutgers.edu> wrote in message 
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>I am a student who wants to learn ARM based embedded system. > I have found that Atmel EB40, EB40A, EB55 seem to be good > evaluation boards. I want to buy one, but from where? > Atmel's website caters only to the business world. > Where can I buy just one board? > Thanks very much. > > -Hikari >
Where are you ?

-nets

On 12 Apr 2005 18:30:55 -0700, "hikari" <cjchen@eden.rutgers.edu>
wrote:

>I am a student who wants to learn ARM based embedded system. >I have found that Atmel EB40, EB40A, EB55 seem to be good >evaluation boards. I want to buy one, but from where? >Atmel's website caters only to the business world. >Where can I buy just one board? >Thanks very much. > >-Hikari
"hikari" <cjchen@eden.rutgers.edu> skrev i meddelandet 
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>I am a student who wants to learn ARM based embedded system. > I have found that Atmel EB40, EB40A, EB55 seem to be good > evaluation boards. I want to buy one, but from where? > Atmel's website caters only to the business world. > Where can I buy just one board? > Thanks very much. > > -Hikari >
Hi. Have a look at www.olimex.com //Goran
nets wrote:
> Where are you ? > > -nets >
Thanks for everybody's reply. I am in New Jersey, USA.
hikari wrote:

> I am a student who wants to learn ARM based embedded system. > I have found that Atmel EB40, EB40A, EB55 seem to be good > evaluation boards. I want to buy one, but from where? > Atmel's website caters only to the business world. > Where can I buy just one board? > Thanks very much. > > -Hikari
The Atmel site will list your local distributors. Ian -- Ian Bell
I have another question.
The Atmel boards do not come with power supplies.
What kind of power supply should I get?
And where can I get it?
I would like to buy the simplest kind, perferrably
a simple AC adapter.
Thanks very much.

-Hikari

On 13 Apr 2005 15:16:08 -0700, hikari wrote:
> I have another question. > The Atmel boards do not come with power supplies. > What kind of power supply should I get? > And where can I get it? > I would like to buy the simplest kind, perferrably > a simple AC adapter. > Thanks very much. > > -Hikari
I just went to Radio Shack S and picked up a 273-1680 PS (3 - 12v 1000mA). I set it for 9v. BTW, I'm also in NJ. -- Linux Home Automation Neil Cherry ncherry@comcast.net http://home.comcast.net/~ncherry/ (Text only) http://hcs.sourceforge.net/ (HCS II) http://linuxha.blogspot.com/ My HA Blog
hikari <cjchen@eden.rutgers.edu> wrote:
> I am a student who wants to learn ARM based embedded system. > I have found that Atmel EB40, EB40A, EB55 seem to be good > evaluation boards. I want to buy one, but from where? > Atmel's website caters only to the business world. > Where can I buy just one board? > Thanks very much. > > -Hikari >
I have an extra EB40A board laying around. $100 shipped. I have a wall transformer I can throw in too. I keep meaning to put it on ebay but never got around to it. It has the stock Angel in the lower part of the flash and it has eCos Redboot in the user upper part. You can use gdb with angle over serial or use gdb with Redboot. Backwards email address Greg m o c DOT p h AT n e r d l o h AT g e r g