Designing with the SparkFun Artemis

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Resources and Going Further

Here's a list of quick links to the resources provided in this tutorial:

Ready to use Artemis inside Arduino? Checkout the Artemis Development with Arduino tutorial.

Are you more comfortable with a make file and an IDE? Checkout the tutorial on how to setup the Ambiq Apollo3 SDK.

And lastly, Artemis has been designed and proven to work with our entire range of 50+ Qwiic boards. Be sure to check out and get inspired by what's possible by just plugging in the sensors and outputs you need to build something amazing!

SparkFun Thing Plus - ESP32 WROOM (Micro-B)

SparkFun Thing Plus - ESP32 WROOM (Micro-B)

SparkFun RTK Facet

SparkFun RTK Facet

SparkFun Qwiic Dynamic NFC/RFID Tag

SparkFun Qwiic Dynamic NFC/RFID Tag

SparkFun ESP32 Qwiic Pro Mini

SparkFun ESP32 Qwiic Pro Mini


Check out some of these Artemis/Apollo3 related boards and tutorials:

Hookup Guide for the SparkFun RedBoard Artemis Nano

Get started with the powerful RedBoard Artemis Nano

RFID Beginners Tutorial

In this tutorial we'll revisit some RFID basics and practice by making a remote work logger using an RFID reader and a GPS module. You'll scan a card and get ID, location, and time. All the perfect data to punch in and punch out from the middle of Nowhere!

OpenLog Artemis Hookup Guide

How to use and re-program the OpenLog Artemis, an open source datalogger. The OLA comes preprogrammed to automatically log data. The OLA can also record serial data, analog voltages, or readings from external Qwiic-enabled I2C devices. Some of these Qwiic-enabled devices include GPS/GNSS modules, pressure, altitude, humidity, temperature, air quality, environment, distance, and weight sensors.

Installing Board Definitions in the Arduino IDE

How do I install a custom Arduino board/core? It's easy! This tutorial will go over how to install an Arduino board definition using the Arduino Board Manager. We will also go over manually installing third-party cores, such as the board definitions required for many of the SparkFun development boards.

Or check out these blog posts.