Getting started: Windows

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Download

  • Download the latest Windows IDE:

https://www.microduino.cc/download

Installation

  • Double click Install Microduino IDE.exe. Click【Next】.
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  • Make sure Arduino IDE, USBTTL driver, and Core USB driver are all checked. Click【Next】.
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  • Click【Browse...】if you would like to choose a different installation destination. Then click【Next】 and 【Install】.
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  • After the Arduino IDE has been installed, a window for driver installation will appear. Click【Extract】 and follow the instructions.
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  • Click【Finish】to complete the installation.
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  • After installation, there will be a shortcut to the Arduino IDE on your desktop.
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Confirm Drivers Installed Successfully

  • Connect Microduino-USBTTL to your computer. Verify that there are available Port options under Tools.
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Arduino IDE Basics

Interface

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  • 【Verify】: Checks for errors in the code.
  • 【Upload】: Uploads the program to a MCU.
  • 【Serial Monitor】: Useful in debugging programs.

Tools

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  • 【Board】: Select the corresponding core module to which the program is being uploaded.
  • 【Processor】: Select the corresponding processor.
  • 【Port】: Select the common USB port.

The Board Types

When using Microduino-Core, select the proper processor for your board:


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When using Microduino-Core+, select the proper processor for your board:


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When using Microduino-CoreUSB or mCookie-CoreUSB, select Microduino-CoreUSB:


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Uploading Code

  1. Select board type and processor.
  2. Select the port.
  3. Click upload.