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ARM express was a line of products from Coridium that are pin compatible with the BASIC Stamp. The ARM express line has been replaced with a System on a chip based on the NXP LPC1114 ARM microcontroller programmable in the ARMbasic dialect of BASIC, as well as C and Oberon. A compiler converts a high-level language into binary code which is then loaded into flash and then executed.
The product line consists of:
- BASICchip - DIP28 System on a chip programmable in BASIC
- ARMmite, a single board controller with a built-in USB interface
- PRO family, a line of devices footprint-compatible with the Arduino, with up to 100 MHz Cortex ARM processors
- Board-level products, such as for web servers and industrial controls, etc.
ARMbasic may be added to other projects with standalone compilers and licensed BASIC firmware support.