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This product is a PYBStick Standard 26 and is propel by a STM32F411 at 100 MHz, a more powerful microcontroller than the Lite version, with 512 KB of Flash and 128 KB of RAM. It is the same family of microcontrollers as the original MicroPython Pyboard, which provides excellent MicroPython support for the platform.
The PYBStick Standard 26 offers a 26-pin interface (compatible with the Lite version):
On the MicroPython side, the board can be equipped with the USB connector (type A) allowing direct connection of the board to a computer to be programmed. This product is presented like a USB key ... the memory of the board is presented like a Flash reader thus making it possible to directly edit the Python scripts on the PYBStick. The USB interface also allows the PYBStick to expose a serial port to communicate with the computer as well as an interactive Python command interpreter called REPL.
The REPL command interpreter allows:
On the Arduino IDE side, simply connect the platform to your computer, place it in programming mode and then start the compilation and upload of your Arduino sketch. Garatronic has provided instructions for installing the Arduino IDE support for the PYBStick.
The PYBStick was designed around several key points.
The price is low enough not to have to think before including the PYBStick in a project or another.
It is possible to request PYBSticks with the USB not soldered to allow integration into your projects with a minimum obstruction. On the learning side, this allows you to deport the connector, consider putting it in a case or even consider another USB connection.
GPIO connectors have a standard impaction of 2.54mm. This will delight all makers, teachers because it is easy to place the board on a breadboard or a Perfboard. And as the board is 13 pins wide, we are still smaller than a consumer USB stick.
The board provides three colored LEDs as well as a user button and a DFU button (to update the MicroPython/Arduino firmware but also usable as a user button).
Their use is documented in the MCHobby Wiki (see tutorial section).
The space between the two rows of connectors corresponds to the DIL dimension of the old EEPROMs. So, you can develop your own boards by providing an already standardized connector. It only remains to connect your PYBStick to it.
The board can be obtained with a non-soldered USB Type-A connector, more suitable for the professional world or the advanced makers ... here which allows to have a very powerful and very compact solution but remaining easy to implement.
It is true that it seems strange but there are several good reasons for this.
For each order, you will receive the PybStick board, two rows of female connector and the USB type A connector welded on the board. You can solder the female connectors and the USB connector on the board according to your needs.
The PYBStick board has MicroPython tutorials on the MCHobby Wiki. All the knowledge available on the Net around MicroPython also applies to this product.