docs/pyboard: Move hardware info into General Info chapter.

This makes top-level ToC of the pyboard docs consistent with other ports
(consisting of 3 chapters: QuickRef, General Info, and Tutorial).

Also, some other minor tweaks applied, like local ToC for General Info and
headings mentioning pyboard.
simmel
Paul Sokolovsky 6 years ago
parent e467949a4a
commit 4f23c5d587

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General information about the pyboard
=====================================
.. contents::
Local filesystem and SD card
----------------------------
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2. If all 4 LEDs cycle on and off slowly, then there was a hard fault.
This cannot be recovered from and you need to do a hard reset.
.. include:: hardware/index.rst

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.. _hardware_index:
The pyboard hardware
====================
--------------------
For the pyboard:
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* LCD160CRv1.0: see :mod:`lcd160cr`
Datasheets for the components on the pyboard
============================================
--------------------------------------------
* The microcontroller: `STM32F405RGT6 <http://www.st.com/web/catalog/mmc/FM141/SC1169/SS1577/LN1035/PF252144>`_ (link to manufacturer's site)
* The accelerometer: `Freescale MMA7660 <http://micropython.org/resources/datasheets/MMA7660FC.pdf>`_ (800kiB PDF)
* The LDO voltage regulator: `Microchip MCP1802 <http://micropython.org/resources/datasheets/MCP1802-22053C.pdf>`_ (400kiB PDF)
Datasheets for other components
===============================
-------------------------------
* The LCD display on the LCD touch-sensor skin: `Newhaven Display NHD-C12832A1Z-FSW-FBW-3V3 <http://micropython.org/resources/datasheets/NHD-C12832A1Z-FSW-FBW-3V3.pdf>`_ (460KiB PDF)
* The touch sensor chip on the LCD touch-sensor skin: `Freescale MPR121 <http://micropython.org/resources/datasheets/MPR121.pdf>`_ (280KiB PDF)

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.. _tutorial-index:
MicroPython tutorial
====================
MicroPython tutorial for the pyboard
====================================
This tutorial is intended to get you started with your pyboard.
All you need is a pyboard and a micro-USB cable to connect it to

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pyboard/quickref.rst
pyboard/general.rst
pyboard/tutorial/index.rst
pyboard/hardware/index.rst
library/index.rst
reference/index.rst
genrst/index.rst

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<span class="linkdescr">information about MicroPython specific language features</span>
</p>
{% if port == "pyboard" %}
<p class="biglink">
<a class="biglink" href="{{ pathto(port + "/hardware/index") }}">The {{ port }} hardware</a><br/>
<span class="linkdescr">schematics, dimensions and component datasheets</span>
</p>
<p class="biglink">
<a class="biglink" href="http://micropython.org/resources/Micro-Python-Windows-setup.pdf">Guide for {{ port_name }} on Windows (PDF)</a><br/>
<span class="linkdescr">including DFU programming</span>

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