Artemis



The SparkFun Artemis Module is a Cortex-M4F with BLE 5.0 running up to 96MHz and with as low power as 6uA per MHz (less than 5mW). This is the world's first module to bridge the market between hobbyists and consumer products. We've packaged all the power of a modern microcontroller into a module that is both extremely easy to use but is mass-market ready. Measuring 10x15mm, this board has all the support circuitry you need to use the fantastic Apollo3 processor in your next project. We custom built the Arduino core from the ground up, making it fast and as light weight as possible. Additionally, the Artemis has an advanced HAL (hardware abstraction layer) allowing users to push the modern Cortex-M4F architecture to its limit. With 1M flash and 384k RAM you'll have plenty of room for your code. The Artemis module runs at 48MHz with a 96MHz turbo mode available and with Bluetooth to boot!

We recommend looking at our Designing with the SparkFun Artemis and Artemis Development with Arduino tutorials to get started, or check out tutorials tagged with Artemis to start working with hardware!

Hookup Guide for the BlackBoard Artemis ATP

July 15, 2019

Get started with the BlackBoard Artemis ATP - all the functionality of the SparkFun Artemis module wrapped in the Mega Arduino Footprint

Hookup Guide for the BlackBoard Artemis Nano

June 24, 2019

Get started with the powerful BlackBoard Artemis Nano

Hookup Guide for the BlackBoard Artemis

June 24, 2019

Get started with the BlackBoard Artemis - all the functionality of the SparkFun Artemis module wrapped in the familiar Uno footprint

Artemis Development with Arduino

June 20, 2019

Get our powerful Artemis based boards (Artemis Nano, BlackBoard Artemis, and BlackBoard Artemis ATP) blinking in less than 5 minutes using the SparkFun Artemis Arduino Core!

Designing with the SparkFun Artemis

June 20, 2019

Let's chat about layout and design considerations when using the Artemis module.

Old Tutorials

Looking for the old, archived tutorials? Head on over to the archived tutorials on the main SparkFun site.
Please be aware that the tutorials you find there are no longer actively maintained.