Hybrid - Pro Micro and Atmega1280 or Atmega2560

Although the Pro Micro is my favourite Arduino in terms of physical size, I am finding the 32K of code and 2K of data slightly limiting. It would be better if some hybrid version came with the Atmega1280 or even better the Atmega2560. Does such a project exist?

Like '1284P? 16K SRAM, 128K flash, 4K EEPROM, 32 IO, dual hardware UARTs. I offer boards in several form factors, couple of examples, with onboard & offboard options for FTDI module or other USB/Serial adapter http://www.crossroadsfencing.com/BobuinoRev17/ |500x209 |500x290 Bobuino2 fully decked out! 1284, SD card with fully buffered control, RTC with battery backup, RS232 for 2nd UART, prototype area, +5/Gnd/Signal for each IO, screw terminal option. |500x388

I have been using Crossroads boards for a while, they work great and are well designed.
Lots of memory and I/O.
Bobuinos accept shields.

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Thanks. The "1284Mini" or the "Bobweeny" seems small enough ? I think the "1284 Mini" has more bits on it, and is just as small? Can you ship to the UK?

Keep in mind the Bobweeny uses a Dip 1284 that can be replaced, if that's an +.

All have all 32 IO available. All use crystal oscillators. None of the small boards have onboard voltage regulator. 1284 Mini has LEDs on Rx/Tx/Power/L (SCK), Bobweeny has only L (SCK). We send cards world wide, only continent we haven't sent cards to is Antarctica.

I would like a few "1284 mini" please, but assembled, as I cannot do SMD. My email is akis.tzortzis@gmail.com

Ok, let me see what I have for stock, will e-mail you with details.

Need the bootloader on them?

None in Antarctica yet ?

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akis_t:
Although the Pro Micro is my favourite Arduino in terms of physical size, I am finding the 32K of code and 2K of data slightly limiting. It would be better if some hybrid version came with the Atmega1280 or even better the Atmega2560. Does such a project exist?

Look into stm32duino.com

$4 USD gets you a pro-micro footprint with 90 MIPS of 32-bit processing: 20K SRAM & 128K flash
eBay or AliExpress: 15 days to 45 days shipping time

Caveat
Not all Arduinos libs are ported, but new ones are being added quickly. I2C, SPI, 3 serial, USB serial (like Leonardo) are all working. Arduino 1.6+ GUI compatible.

Come visit and see if you want to venture into the STM32 world of Arduino clones.

Ray

Some sample projects here

I have a million questions now. Does Arduino support other CPUs? Do they make ARM or Intel based Arduinos or they are all Chinese one-off playthings with no ghuarantees of any future support? I found this on ebay:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221771156721?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

akis_t:
I have a million questions now. Does Arduino support other CPUs? Do they make ARM or Intel based Arduinos or they are all Chinese one-off playthings with no ghuarantees of any future support? I found this on ebay:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221771156721?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

I prefer this one:
Maple Mini

The Arduino IDE is a graphical frontend for the GCC compiler which handles a vast number of uC series… but someone must write the “core” files for each. Arduino also presupposes a simple syntax for dealing with uC pins and provides a simplified approach to programming.

Most of your questions have answers at here. Lurk around for a while…

Ray

I am looking and following your other (long) reply thanks.

CrossRoads: We send cards world wide, only continent we haven't sent cards to is Antarctica.

Send the folks at Concordia Station an email. Maybe you can convince them to upgrade or use a Bobuino on their next project... http://blog.arduino.cc/2015/01/12/a-cool-project-based-in-the-most-southern-location-ever/

mrburnette:
Look into stm32duino.com

$4 USD gets you a pro-micro footprint with 90 MIPS of 32-bit processing: 20K SRAM & 128K flash
eBay or AliExpress: 15 days to 45 days shipping time

Caveat
Not all Arduinos libs are ported, but new ones are being added quickly. I2C, SPI, 3 serial, USB serial (like Leonardo) are all working. Arduino 1.6+ GUI compatible.

Come visit and see if you want to venture into the STM32 world of Arduino clones.

Ray

Some sample projects here

Are all the different STM32s compatible or are there certain models I should be looking for?

I have been looking at some of the small boards such as stm32f100c8t6, STM32F407, STM32F103VCT6 and STM32F103C8 but need them to be as easy to use as Arduinos.

You can see examples on Taobao a Chinese site:
http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=39368914082
http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=44585079431
http://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?id=44399907495
http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=41942148674