Getting Started

Learn about your Uranus board as well as how to prepare and set up for basic use

Setup - What you will need


  • Uranus
    • Board based on the TICC3220 microcontroller
  • Power and Interface
    • USB to micro-USD cable

Out of the Box

The following subsections should describe how to get started with the Uranus board using the release build shipped with the boards.


Components Description
SoC TICC3220 microcontroller
CPU Cortex-M4
Clock Speed 80MHz
Storage 1024KB on-board Flash
Battery On-board battery connector and charger
Debugger FT2232D on-board JTAG and UART debugger
Wireless TI CC3220 Wi-Fi Module
Connectors FT2232D JTAG UART debug
Expansion Interface 40 pin Low Speed Expansion
Digital Output 1.8V
Analog Input 0V-1.8V
Antenna On-board chip antenna
Power Source MicroUSB
OS Support TI-RTOS / FreeRTOS / Zephyr
Size 60*30mm


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Starting the board for the first time

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What’s Next?

If you are already familiar with the Uranus board and would like to change out the stock operating system, please proceed to one of the following pages:

  • Downloads page: This page lists all Linaro and 3rd party operating systems available for Uranus
  • Installation page: If you already have the images you need, this page has information on how to install the different operating systems onto your Uranus board
  • Support
    • From bug reports and current issues, to forum access and other useful resources, we want to help you find answers

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