C for ARM E-blocks starter kit ?

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Z.K.
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C for ARM E-blocks starter kit ?

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I just bought the C for ARM E-blocks starter kit and I have a couple of questions? For one in the resources on the web page, it lists EB355 E-Blocks User guide, there is no such document and even a search returns unknown document. The same for the EB749 baseboard and daughter board document. I would really like to get these documents. I found a similar baseboard on your website, but it is labeled EB185 though it looks exactly like the EB749.

The next question I have is about the power supply that is shipped with this kit. The board says 6-9v, but the supply is set for 12V. There is no documentation I can find that says what to set it to though I am assuming I can set it for 6V, 7.5V, or 9V and it should work. It also looks like it work just with the USB cable, but again there is no documentation on this.

A setup guide would be nice.

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Re: C for ARM E-blocks starter kit ?

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Hello,

EB355 - http://www.matrixmultimedia.com/datashe ... 0guide.pdf

EB185 / EB749 - http://www.matrixmultimedia.com/product.php?Prod=EB185

Setting the PSU to 9V will be fine though 12V will also work. The EB031 datasheet contains details about the board such as power requirements.

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Re: C for ARM E-blocks starter kit ?

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Benj wrote:Hello,

EB355 - http://www.matrixmultimedia.com/datashe ... 0guide.pdf

EB185 / EB749 - http://www.matrixmultimedia.com/product.php?Prod=EB185

Setting the PSU to 9V will be fine though 12V will also work. The EB031 datasheet contains details about the board such as power requirements.
Thanks, just what I was looking for.

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