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System Requirements

Operating Systems

  • Windows XP, 2000, ME, 98 Second Edition
  • Linux Kernel version 2.4.20 or later with libusb 0.1.10a or later installed


  • PC with USB Interface

Web Resources

Luminary Micro, home of the Stellaris family.

There a FreeRTOS port to Cortex-M3. More here.


See our ARM USB CrossConnect Installation Guide for instructions on installing the CrossConnect on your PC.

CrossFire LM3S102 Evaluation Kit

Our CrossFire LM3S102 Evaluation Kit is shipping now at a price of $89.

CrossFire LM3S102 Evaluation Kit



The CrossFire LM3S102 Evaluation Kit has all that you need to evaluate the stunning new Stellaris LM3S102 Cortex-M3 microcontroller from Luminary Micro. We bundle the CrossFire LM3S102 evaluation board, a mini-USB cable, a Getting Started manual, and a license for CrossWorks for ARM (locked to the board).

The Amazing Stellaris LM3S102

The LM3S102 is based on the ARM Cortex-M3 controller core, with 8KB single-cycle FLASH, 2KB single-cycle SRAM, two timer modules, watchdog timer, synchronous serial interface (SSI), I2C, one analog comparator, UART, and up to 18 GPIOs.

For users of current 32-bit MCUs, the Stellaris family offers the industry's first implementation of Cortex-M3 and the Thumb-2 instruction set. With blazingly-fast responsiveness, Thumb-2 technology combines both 16-bit and 32-bit instructions to deliver the best balance of code density and performance. Thumb-2 uses 26% less memory than pure 32-bit code to reduce system cost while delivering 25% better performance.