Not much coming in to the MickMake studios this week so I delve in to a 3D printer I received from BangGood a couple of weeks back.
The SAM4S has:
- 120MHz Cortex-M4.
- 2M program flash.
- 160KB RAM.
- DSP / FPU onboard.
- SD/eMMC - can execute code from SD & eMMC support.
- 3.3v logic.
- SPI, I2C, USB2.0 host and device mode.
- 22 DMA channels.
- 15 ADC channels at up to 1Msps.
- 79 GPIOs with hardware debouncing filters.
- Peripheral Pin Select Crossbar.
- Sleep mode down to 1uA.
- 48MHz Cortex-M4.
- 512KB program flash.
- 96KB RAM.
- Similar to the ATSAM4S except without SD/eMMC.
- Fewer DMA channels.
- and only 38 GPIOs.
- Sleep mode down to 1uA. Stay tuned for some MickMake products hitting the shelves soon!
Then there was the Anet A6 printer that had been sitting around for some time. So, decided to put it together.
The screen was a little dodgy, but not a huge drama.
And I was little worried about the mains setup on the power supply.