Olimex Ltd. designs, prototypes, and manufactures printed
circuit boards, sub-assemblies, and complete electronic
products. Olimex provides product / PCB design assembly,
harnessing, and panel work ranging from small analog devices to
large, complex microprocessor products. Olimex is
recognized as a third party hardware developer for Texas Instruments,
Atmel, STMicroelectronics, IAR Systems, Cirrus Logic, and more.
Olimex A13-OLinuXino-MICRO is a low-cost, open-source, single-board Linux computer in a very compact form. It enables code development of applications running on the microcontroller A13, the very first Cortex A8 processor available in the eLQFP176 package, manufactured by Allwinner Technology. The A13-OLinuXino-MICRO aims at the lowest possible cost while maintaining the key OLinuXino features. It is suitable for cases when a number of boards are used, and also for different Linux distributions. The A13-OLinuXino-MICRO features fast processor speeds, increased mobility due to its small size, and a low ratio of price to productivity. OLinuXino is an open-source, open-hardware project and all documentation is available to the customer.
Olimex STM32-x407 Cortex-M4 Single-Board Computer Development Boards enable code development of applications running on the Cortex-M4 STM32F407ZGT6 microcontroller, manufactured by STMicroelectronics. They are low cost entry boards for developing custom applications with the STM32F407ZGT6 MCUs. These boards have plenty of resources and all GPIO ports are available on extension connectors. An Arduino compatible platform connector is also available.
Olimex A13-OLinuXino Single-Board Linux Computer uses the first Cortex-A8 available in the eLQFP176 package--the Allwinner Technology A13. The A13 ARM Cortex-A8 chip offers higher performance (ManyCore Lite) @1000Mhz and low power consumption. The A13 is built in the eLQFP176 package with an audio codec and 2 Points R-TP integrated. The A13-OLinuXino comes in a very compact nano-ITX form. OLinuXino is an open-source, open-hardware project--an alternative to the popular Raspberry Pi--and all documentation is available to the customer.
Olimex OLinuXino-MINI Open-source Single-board Linux Computer is an industrial grade, single-board Linux computer in a very compact form. OLinuXino development boards enable code development of applications running on the microcontroller i.MX233, manufactured by FreeScale Semiconductor. The iMX233-OLinuXino-Mini features the i.MX233 ARM926J processor @454Mhz. OLinuXino is an open-source, open-hardware project--an alternative to the popular Raspberry Pi--and all documentation is available to the customer.
Olimex OLinuXino-MICRO Open-source Single Board Linux Computer is part of the OLinuXino development board family, which enables code development of applications running on Freescale Semiconductor’s i.MX233 microcontroller. The i.MX233 MCU features a 454Mhz ARM926J processor with 64MB RAM. The OLinuXino-MICRO boasts a very compact form factor--3.00" x 1.70" (76.2mm x 43.2mm). All documentation is available to the customer for this open-source, open-hardware project.
Olimex MOD-VGA-32MB Gameduino-based Shield is an Arduino form factor shield with a Xilinx Spartan 3A FPGA, designed for game developers. It is a Gameduino clone design with some new added features including memory and UEXT, VGA, and PS2 keyboard connectors. With 32MB of SDRAM to support higher resolutions, the MOD-VGA-32MB is an interesting stand alone FPGA starter kit. It works with Arduino boards and can be used as low cost FPGA development board as it has FPGA, memory, keyboard, VGA, etc. Everything else is 100% compatible with the Gameduino.
Olimex USB AVR ISP MKII-Compatible AVR Programmer supports programming of Atmel 8-bit AVR microcontrollers with ISP, PDI, or TPI interfaces. Using the AVR Studio® software, designers can program tinyAVR and megaAVR devices using the ISP Interface, tinyAVR devices using the TPI interface, and AVR XMEGA devices using the PDI Interface. The programmer works with AVR Studio 4, AVR Studio 5, and Atmel Studio 6. It connects to a PC via USB 2.0 Full speed and has no need for an external power supply as it takes power from the USB.
Olimex OLIMEXINO-5510 Development Board offers an Arduino-like layout and is specially designed for the EasyMSP project. It is based on the MSP430F5510 microcontroller from TI with 32KB Flash, 4KB RAM, 25MHz clock, USB stack, etc. OLIMEXINO-5510 is designed with Arduino-like language and commands in order to compile with MSP430 hardware and MSPGCC. The MSP430 series is well-known for more powerful processors which require low power to operate. They are ideal for applications like dataloggers, handheld applications, and wireless nodes. OLIMEXINO-5510 also features a lipo battery charger and UEXT connector, making for easy development of handheld or battery-powered devices with USB connection to PC, as well as RF applications.
Olimex OLIMEXINO-32U4 Development Board is an Arduino Leonardo-like board powered by the Atmel ATMega32U4 microcontroller. It is a powerful starter board for the OLIMEXINO family, enabling code development of applications running on the ATMega32U4. The Leonardo design has an all-in-one USB communication with no need for external FTDI chip, as the MCU directly handles the virtual COM. OLIMEXINO-32U4 offers ultra low power consumption, which makes it ideal for handheld and battery powered applications. The Li-Ion rechargable battery power supply option with built-in on-board charger keeps the battery automatically charged until another power source (USB or external adapter) is removed. Then it automatically powers the board, no jumpers or switches required.
Olimex OLinuXino-MAXI is an open source, low cost Linux industrial grade
single board computer. It is powered by, and enables code development
of applications running on, the Freescale i.MX233 Application Processor.
The iMX233-OLinuXino uses the ARM926J processor running on 454Mhz with
64MB of RAM memory. OLinuXino is a ready-to-use, easy to set-up board
suitable for embedded programming enthusiasts, Linux hobbyists, gadget
fans, and professionals. The main features of the board are its
processor speed and its mobility. Because OLINUXINO is completely open
source--including hardware and software--users have access to all CAD
files and sources and can reuse them for personal or commercial
projects. There are no restrictions to the manufacturing and selling of
this board for personal use or resale.
Olimex PIC32-T795 32-bit Pinguino Duinomite Development Board has a special T-form which allows it to snap onto a breadboard and directly supply the VCC and GND to the breadboard bus. It is a perfect solution for fast breadboarding with jumper wires. Olimex PIC32-T795 32-bit Pinguino Duinomite Development Board features the PIC32MX795F512H 80Mhz microcontroller with 512KB of Flash and 128KB of RAM.
Olimex STM32-Px07 Development Boards are low cost entry boards for developing with STM32F207ZET6 Cortex M3 or STM32F407ZGT6 Cortex M4 microcontrollers from ST. These boards have plenty of RAM, LCD display, and an on-board camera to allow image processing. The Olimex STM32-Px07 Development Boards also feature an Ethernet 100MB interface which allows for web applications.
Olimex STM32-x152 Development Boards include the STM32-H152 and STM32-P152 development boards with the STM32L152VBT6 ARM Cortex M3 microcontroller from STMicroelectronics. This microcontroller supports various communication interfaces such as USB, three USARTs, two SPIs, and two I2C interfaces. There are available USB/mini USB, JTAG, and UEXT connectors, WKUP, USER, and RESET buttons, status LEDs, potentiometer and pin holes/extension connectors for most of the microcontroller's pins. The STM32-P152 board features a low power segment LCD that uses the built in LCD controller in the specialized microcontroller. Due to its low power capabilities the board can run battery powered applications via the battery connector. All of these features combined in the Olimex STM32-x152 Development Boards allow the user to build different projects to be used in a wide range of applications.
Olimex LPC1100-LPC1300 Low Power MCU Development Boards include the LPC-H1343 development board with LPC1343 ARM Cortex-M3 based microcontroller, and LPC-H1114, LPC-H11A14, LPC-H11C14, and LPC-H11U14 development boards with LPC1114FBD48 ARM Cortex-M0 based microcontroller, all for embedded applications from NXP. Olimex LPC1100-LPC1300 Low Power MCU Development Boards feature a high level of integration and low power consumption. These microcontrollers support various interfaces such as one Fast-mode Plus I2C-bus interface, USB, UART, SSP interfaces, four general purpose timers, and a 10-bit ADC. Debug Interface and extension headers for all microcontroller ports are also available on each board.
Olimex MSP430-LED8x8 BOOSTERPACK Development Board is designed for the MSP430-EXP430G2 LaunchPad from Texas Instruments. Olimex MSP430-LED8x8 BOOSTERPACK Development Board provides an 8x8 LED matrix, which can be used to displaydisplay longer captions or images can extend the board by connecting several MSP430-LED8x8 boards together. The board also offers a microphone and a buzzer for detecting and playing sounds. captions or pictures. Users who want to
Olimex Medical Series TI MSP430 Development Boards include the MOD-EKG and the MOD-PULSE development boards, both of which are based on TI's MSP430FG439 microcontroller. Olimex MOD-EKG is digital heart-rate monitor which displays the heartbeat rate per minute on the LCD. In addition, the application outputs a digital data stream via an RS232 serial port to allow EKG waveform display on a PC. An electrocardiogram (ECG), also called an EKG, is a graphic tracing of the voltage generated by the heart muscle during a heartbeat. In this application, the EKG waveform is used by the MCU to measure the heartbeat rate. Because heartbeat calculation is the major focus, the electrodes are simplified to two connections, one to a right hand and the other to the left hand. Olimex MOD-PULSE is an instrument for monitoring the blood oxygenation of a human. By measuring the oxygen level and heart rate, MOD-PULSE can display the levels of blood oxygenationheart rate on its LCD display. MOD-PULSE can be connected to variety of Olimex's development boards via its UEXT connector.
Olimex OLIMEXINO-STM32 Development Board is based on the Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform and the Maple project. It is designed around the ARM7 STM32F103RBT6 microcontroller, a
high-performance ARM Cortex™-M3 32-bit RISC core operating at a 72MHz
frequency, with high-speed embedded memory, and an extensive range of
enhanced I/Os and peripherals connected to two APB buses. The OLIMEXINO-STM32 Board uses a DC/DC power supply which accepts power from 9 to 30V DC, making it possible to use virtually any power supply adapter on the market and also enabling applications which operate on an industrial power supply of 24VDC. This board uses ultra low power voltage regulators with a consumption of only a few microamps, which enables handheld and battery-powered applications. Olimex OLIMEXINO-STM32 Development Board also features a Li-Ion rechargeable battery power supply option, UEXT connector, SD-MMC card support, CAN driver, RTC, noise immunity, mini USB connector, and a separate voltage regulator for the analog part, which allows the ADC to be read correctly without digital noise pickup. This board has four mount holes to make attachment easier and is reliable in industrial temperatures ranging from -25ºC to +85ºC.
Olimex OLIMEXINO-328 Development Board is compatible with Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform on which its designed is based. Olimex OLIMEXINO-328 Development Board employs ultra low power voltage regulators with a power consumption of only a few microamps, which enables use in handheld and battery-powered applications. To this end, the OLIMEXINO-328 has a Li-Ion rechargable battery power supply option with a built-in, on-board charger, so that when the user attaches a battery, it is automatically charged and kept in this state until another power source (USB or external adapter) is removed, at which time the battery will automatically power the board.The OLIMEXINO-328 board also has a UEXT connector which allows many existing modules like RF, ZIGBEE, GSM, and GPS to be connected. It can operate on a power supply of either 3.3V or 5V which is selectable by switch. The power supply also accepts external power from 9 to 30V DC thus making it possible to use virtually any power supply adapter on the market, and also enabling applications which operate on 24V DC industrial power supplies. The board allows Real Time Clock (RTC), has 4 mounting holes to make board attachment easier, and all components work reliably in temperature ranges from -25 to +85ºC.
Olimex Wireless Development Kits are various RF transceiver modules which extend the capabilities of the development boards to which they can be connected. All of the Olimex Wireless Development Kits, except the MOD-ZIGBEE module, have a UEXT female connector to connect them to other Olimex development boards with UEXT male connectors.
The Olimex MSP430-JTAG-TINY is a low-cost USB JTAG for programming and flash emulation. The Olimex MSP430-JTAG-TINY programs all Texas Instruments MSP430Fxxx flash MCUs. This Olimex JTAG features ultra-fast programming at 14KB/s and offers Spy-By-Wire support for the newest TI MSP430 devices. The MPS430-JTAG-TINY is compatible with IAR Kickstart software for programming, real-time emulation, debugging, step-by-step program execution, breakpoints, and memory dump - everything higher-priced emulators do.
The Olimex AVR-USB-162 microcontroller prototype board is the easiest way to add USB functionality to your next device. The Olimex AVR-USB-162 prototyping board provides the basic circuitry necessary to work with the Atmel AT90USB162 MCU. This Olimex prototype board comes with a USB connector and circuit, external power supply for circuits requiring more than 100mA, a status LED, and a reset button. The AT90USB162 MCU comes pre-programmed with bootloader, which allows code to be programmed inside the chip without any external programmer.
Olimex LPC2148 prototype development boards are designed for prototyping with the NXP Semiconductors LPC2148 ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller (MCU). The Olimex LPC-P2148 prototype board features a standard JTAG connector with ARM 2x10 pin layout for programming / debugging with ARM-JTAG, a USB connector and USB link LED, two-channel RS232 interface and drivers, and an SD/MMC card connector. This Olimex LPC2148 prototype board also includes a UEXT 10-pin extension connector for Olimex add-on peripherals like MP3, RF 2.4GHz, RFID, and more.
The Olimex STM32-H103 is an entry-level development board for STMicroelectronics Cortex-M3 devices. The Olimex STM32-H103 is a low-cost way to explore the features of the STM32 family. The STM32-H103 board has everything you need to build simple applications, including a JTAG port for programming ad debugging, power over USB, two status LEDs, and a user button. The Olimex STM32-H103 development board allows you to easily build USB applications like a PC mouse, a USB mass storage device, a USB audio class device, and a USB to Virtual RS232 port. There are plenty of GPIOs on extension headers where you can connect additional circuits.
The Olimex ARM-USB-OCD JTAG Debugger is the first three-in-one USB JTAG debugger. It combines JTAG debugging hardware, an RS232 virtual port, and a power supply adapter in one compact form. The Olimex ARM-USB-OCD JTAG Debugger allows you to debug your ARM boards, provides you with a full featured virtual RS232 port with all modem signals on it, and includes a power jack that provides 5V, 9V, and 12V DC fixed voltages via jumper selection. This Olimex device is based on the FTDI FT2232L IC and features a fast speed USB 2.0 JTAG dongle interface. The ARM-USB-OCD can be used with all ARM devices for programming and debugging.