Support for the WeMos Arduino Zero Clone board. More...
Support for the WeMos Arduino Zero Clone board.
The WeMos Zero is a cheap clone of Arduino Zero featuring a ATSAMD21G18A. Unlike the original Zero, it does not include an embedded debugger/programmer. Instead, the UF2 Bootloader is used to program this board. The SAMD21 is a ARM Cortex-M0+ micro-controller. It has 256KiB of flash memory and 32KiB of RAM.
Note: The official Arduino Zero using the native USB port and the Adafruit Metro M0 Express should also work with board definition.
|Frequency||up to 48MHz|
|Timers||6 (1x 16-bit, 2x 24-bit, 3x 32-bit)|
|ADCs||6x 12-bit channels)|
|SPIs||max 6 (see UART)|
|I2Cs||max 6 (see UART)|
|Vcc||1.8V - 3.6V|
Assuming the UF2 Bootloader is installed, just run:
Hint: You can you press the reset button twice to manually enter the bootloader. This is helpful if the board has crashed (e.g. due to a failed assert() during start up).