Industrial 101 is an Evaluation board for the 101 Industrial LGA module, developed with ATmega 32u4 MCU. The module supports a Linux distribution, based on OpenWRT named Linino. The board has built-in WiFi ( IEEE 802.11b/g/n operations up to 150Mbps 1x1 2.4 GHz ), exported 3 Digital pins (D5, D6, D13), 2 usable also as PWM (D5, D6) output and 4 analog inputs (A0, A1, A2, A3): a USB and an Ethernet signal on pin headers but also built-in DC/DC convertor.
It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a micro USB cable to get started.
- Getting Started with Arduino Industrial 101
- Deep knowledge of Arduino Industrial 101
- LininoIO Start and Stop
How to use your board
- How to pilot GPIO on lininoIO
- How to upgrade the Linino distribution for Arduino Industrial 101
- How to build environment for LininoOS and LininoIO
- How to build your own LininoOS and LininoIO
- How to build your own u-boot for Industrial 101
- How to update SPI flash form u-boot
- Transfer hex file use avrdude to MCU for Arduino Industrial 101
- Node.Js installation script
- How to build native C code directly on your board
- How to build an Arduino sketch on your board with the AVR Toolchain for MIPS
In some countries, it is prohibited to sell WiFi enabled devices without government approval. While waiting for proper certification, some local distributors are disabling WiFi functionality. Check with your dealer before purchasing a Industrial 101 if you believe you may live in such a country.
If you need to disable WiFi, run this sketch
Schematic & Reference Design
Since Arduino is an open-source electronics platform, here we provide the Board schematics and the Reference design
- Schematic: (cooming soon)
- Design: (cooming soon)
- ATmega 32U4-Arduino Pin Mapping
- Ciao - a easy-to-use and powerful technology that simplifies interaction between microcontroller and the "outside World".
- Bridge - Handles communication between the Linux processor and the Arduino on the Industrial 101.
- Keyboard - Send keystrokes to an attached computer.
- Mouse - Control cursor movement on a connected computer.
- Product page
- First steps with Arduino IDE 1.7.x for Windows
- Arduino IDE on Linux-based OS
- Linino Wiki page
- Linino page
- Use your Starter Kit with Arduino Yún in Nodejs
- Download and Install Arduino Studio for Windows and Try it with Blink example
- Download and Install Arduino Studio for Mac OSX and Try it with Blink example
- Download and Install Arduino Studio for Linux and Try it with Blink example