what is the difference?
Hello,PCA10056 is the dedicated development kit for the nRF52840, while the PCA10056e is the emulated version of nRF52811 to be used on the nRF52840 DK. A dedicated development kit for nRF52811 is not available, but the nRF SDK provides you with emulated projects, located in the 'pca10056e' folder More information here.Best regards,Øyvind
I am testing with a Rigado BMD-360, which is a dedicated nRF52811 development board. Before I trawl through the needed changes to (say) pca10056 do you know if this has been done already? I didn't see pca10056e definition header .. the define DEVELOP_IN_NRF52840 only seems to apply to the Reset pin and some errata, not the peripheral differences
In general we indicate that the PCA10056e examples should be used where present. If one does not exist, then use PCA10056, keeping memory and peripheral limitations in mind.