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Micropython is an implementation of the Python 3 programming langauge optimized to run on microcontrollers in a constrained environment.
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Micropython requires only 256k of code space and 16k RAM and aims to be as compatible as possible with normal Python 3 to allow for easy portability from desktop to microcontroller.
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For full documentation on Micropython, visit: [http://docs.micropython.org/en/latest/pyboard/ Micropython Documentation]
 
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=== Tools Required ===
 
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* Desktop PC
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* USB to mini-USB cable
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* Serial to USB converter (optional, may be required if board does not have USB)
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* STLink programmer (optional, may be required if board does not have USB)
 
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EMAC has developed multiple drivers and features for our products running Micropython.
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* [[ Micropython_Bluemix | Micropython with IBM Bluemix ]]
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* [http://wiki.emacinc.com/wiki/Cutipy_Test Test Software for CutiPy]
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Latest revision as of 08:28, 31 October 2018

Micropython is an implementation of the Python 3 programming langauge optimized to run on microcontrollers in a constrained environment.

Micropython requires only 256k of code space and 16k RAM and aims to be as compatible as possible with normal Python 3 to allow for easy portability from desktop to microcontroller.

For full documentation on Micropython, visit: Micropython Documentation

General Information

Tools Required

  • Desktop PC
  • USB to mini-USB cable
  • Serial to USB converter (optional, may be required if board does not have USB)
  • STLink programmer (optional, may be required if board does not have USB)

Setup

EMAC Micropython

EMAC has developed multiple drivers and features for our products running Micropython.

Documentation on specific features is listed below:

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