The STEVAL-55G0MBI1 module enables easy evaluation of the VD55G0 0.38 Mpixel monochrome image sensor from STMicroelectronics. The module features a soldered sensor in a PLCC package, an M12 lens holder screwed to the board, and a removable lens. The module also has a flex cable to connect to a broad range of embedded processing platforms. 

The module is one of a family of modules for evaluating various products in the ST BrightSense image sensor portfolio: all share the same standard connector and pinout, to enable easy replacement of one image sensor with another in proof-of-concept designs. 

All the image sensor modules are backed by a comprehensive set of enablement software, drivers and evaluation tools, including drivers for a Linux® operating system. The modules also support GUI software for evaluation when paired with the STEVAL-EVK-U0I1 main evaluation board, which is ordered separately.

Linux® is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.


Murata supplies the IMX-060 evaluation board to provide a ready-made hardware environment for testing its IRA-S series of pyroelectric infrared (PIR) sensors. 

The IRA-S sensors are available in a leaded package. Murata also makes a range of five fresnel lenses, supplied separately. This evaluation board features an IRA-S210ST01 sensor with the IML-0685 and IML-0688 lenses.


The sensor board for the AR2020, a 20 Mpixel CMOS image sensor, produces excellent optical performance in both the visible and near infrared portions of the spectrum. The sensor consumes very little power, making it ideal for use in battery-powered products such as surveillance cameras or video doorbells. 

The sensor board can be interfaced to the Demo3 evaluation board, or to an AP1302 evaluation board stacked on the Demo3 evaluation board: in this configuration, it supports a maximum image resolution of 13 Mpixels. 

The kit uses the DevSuite software from onsemi for system configuration. The software provides a comprehensive set-up interface, and provides features for evaluating the sensor’s features and capabilities. The sensor board is supplied with a lens.

To get started with the AR2020CSSC13SMTAH3-GEVB, developers also need:

  • Demo 3 evaluation board AGB1N0CS-GEVK
  • Optional AP1302 evaluation board 
  • DevSuite software

The development kit for the NGC1081 tag-side controller demonstrates the functions of energy harvesting, an NFC interface, a sensing unit, and motor control. The product is based on a 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M0 processor core operating at a frequency of 28 MHz.

Bosch Sensortec

The Bosch Sensortec BMA530 shuttle board 3.0 is a PCB with the acceleration sensor BMA530 mounted on it. In combination with the application board 3.x, the shuttle board can be used to evaluate various functionalities provided on BMA530. The shuttle board allows easy access to the sensor pins via a simple socket and can be directly plugged into the Bosch Sensortec application board 3.x.


The CY8CKIT-040T evaluation kit demonstrates the key capabilities of the PSoC™ 4000T series of microcontrollers. These newly introduced MCUs feature the fifth generation of Infineon’s CAPSENSE™ technology, which offers: 

  • Superior touch-sensing performance, with best-in-class sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio, and high immunity to harsh environmental conditions such as temperature and moisture
  • Ultra low-power consumption for always-on sensing
  • Superior liquid tolerance – the CY8CKIT-040T kit can be dipped into liquids such as soapy water, seawater or mineral water up to the immersible line, or sprayed with liquid droplets without reporting any false touches
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