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The Hammer CPU module is based upon Samsung’s S3C2410A ARM920T processor. It gives you the power of an ARM9 processor in an easy to use modular package. The Hammer CPU module fits into a standard 40 pin DIP socket. It is an ideal platform for code development and prototyping in an embedded environment. You can quickly interface to the Hammer using your standard prototyping tools that are based upon 0.1 inch centers.

Hardware Specifications:

  • Microprocessor ( CPU ): S3C2410A - Samsung (200 MHz)
  • ARM 920T core with Cache (16K+16K) and MMU
  • Main Memory: 32MB SDRAM (16M x 16 bit, 100MHz)
  • FLASH : 16MB NOR Flash
  • Peripherals available:
    • 2 UART’s (also supports IrDA)
    • 1 I2C
    • 2 SPI’s
    • 2 16-bit Timers/PWM’s
    • 1 8-bit LCD Interface + control signals
    • 1 USB Host Port
    • 1 USB Slave Port
    • 2 ADC’s (10 bit )
    • 4 External Interrupt pins
    • 1 Up to 30 pins of GPIO’s (note: some of the GPIO’s and peripherals share the same pins. You must select either General Purpose I/O pins or their alternate peripheral functions.)
  • JTAG Interface: 2 x 7 Header – standard JTAG interface
  • Size: 0.75 inches (width) X 2.25 inches (length)
  • Package: Fits a standard 40-pin DIP socket (0.1 inch lead spacing)
  • Power Requirements: +5VDC @ 120 mA (typical)
  • Operating Temperature: 0° to 70° C  (32° to 158° F) (Commercial Temp)
The Hammer comes preloaded with an open source bootloader, Linux 2.6 kernel, and a uClibc/Busybox based root file system. Board schematics, application notes, and source code are also included on the CD.


Other Hammer Documentation:

More information on the Hammer can be found on the elinux.org wiki located here: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Board

Ethernet: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Ethernet

Bluetooth: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Bluetooth

802.11b/g: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_WiFi

Webcam: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Webcam

XBEE Wireless:  Attaching XBEE Wireless Module to Hammer

HOWTOs: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Board_HOWTOS

Software: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Board_Software

Languages: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Board_Software_Programming

Kernel Drivers: http://www.elinux.org/Hammer_Board_Example_Kernel_Drivers

Information on three basic types of operations with a LED are documented here:

Additional information about the Apex bootloader can be found here:

The following wiki pages have information on using the Flyswatter:

How to install OpenOCD for the Flyswatter