ARM mbed enabled development platform provides connectivity to existing component boards

18-01-2017 | Farnell element14 | Development Boards

The Maxim MAX32600MBED# is a ARM mbed enabled development platform for MAX32600 microcontroller. The board is available now from Farnell element14. The microcontroller is based on industry standard ARM Cortex-M3 32bit RISC CPU operating at up to 24MHz. It includes 256KB of flash, 32KB of SRAM, 2KB instruction cache and integrated high performance analogue peripherals.

This development platform is a convenient platform for evaluating the capabilities of microcontroller. The platform also provides a complete, functional system ideal for developing and debugging applications. It includes a MAX32600 microcontroller, prototyping area with adjacent access to precision analogue front end (AFE) connections, I/O access through Arduino compatible connectors, additional I/O access through 100m x 100mil headers, USB interface and other general purpose I/O devices.

The board is general purpose in nature. However, the ability to access the majority of I/O signals allow for easy evaluation of the MAX32600.

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