Adafruit’s Metro M0 Express Microcontroller Board | Maker Minute

Adafruit’s Metro M0 Express is based on an Atmel ARM Cortex M0+ and is developed for CircuitPython and can also be used with the Arduino IDE. CircuitPython is a beginner-oriented branch of the MicroPython interpreter that allows users to write Python code to control their hardware. The MCU operates at 48 MHz and provides users with 25 GPIOs, with 12 that can be used as analog inputs and one that is a true analog output. The board is pre-loaded with the UF2 bootloader, which makes it appear as a thumb drive to the computer and is programmed by copying firmware files to this drive.

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