Getting Started PRO

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IMPORTANT WARNING

- ALWAYS connect the provided 5V power supply to J10 (5VDC IN) on the Starterkit for FlyportPRO
- Then connect J6 (microUSB) to your PC
THe Starterkit for FlyportPRO can't be powered only through the microUSB or you risk damage the bootloader on FlyportPRO!

Install the IDEpro and compiler

To create your applications you need the IDEpro (free).
Follow the Getting Started step by step.


Hardware overview

When you insert FlyportPRO on the 2 male connectors on the starterkit please make sure that the white sign on its corner is aligned with the same sign on the starterkit. The sign is near to J1.

On the starterkit there are several connectors, a prototype area and buttons/led/potentiometer to make some testing. Let's see one by one:
- J10 DC power input (5V DC): for the provided power supply
- J6 microUSB connector to download firmware on your FlyportPRO
- J4 PICKIT3 connector, if you want to use the Microchip programmer instead of the microUSB
- J8 SIM card holder (only for FlyportPRO GPRS)
- J7 microSD card connector
- J9 RJ45 Ethernet connector (only for FlyportPRO Ethernet)
- J4 PICKIT3 connector, if you want to use the Microchip programmer instead of the microUSB
- J11, J11-BIS are connected directly to FlyportPRO pins. It's really useful for prototypes and testing on the prototype area
- SW1 is connected to the pin 9 of FlyportPRO
- SW2 is connected to the pin 11 of FlyportPRO
- LED-P31 is connected to the pin 31 of FlyportPRO (but must be enabled closing JM1 jumper)
- LED-P32 is connected to the pin 32 of FlyportPRO (but must be enabled closing JM2 jumper)
- RV1 potentiometer is connected to the analog input pin 5 of FlyportPRO (but must be enabled closing JM3 jumper)

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