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Revely’s RMS100 Development board is the fastest way to start developing your 32-bit ARM7 project.


Based on a LH75401 from Sharp's Blue-Streak family, the RMS100 offers a huge range of I/O peripherals and a high performance CPU. The RMS100 is available with a USB interface ( not currently supported under linux) for high-speed data transfer at up to 921.6kbps. The USB cable also provides power to the board during development. Applications are created with cross-compilers such as GNU GCC.

Similar hardware to the Color Pixter