The PSoC™ 62S4 Pioneer Kit is a low-cost hardware platform that enables engineers to develop products based on the PSoC™ 62 microcontroller and debug their designs. ModusToolbox™ software provides support for application development.

The kit includes the CY8C62x4 PSoC 62 Performance Line MCU, which features:

  • 150 MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4 and 100 MHz Arm Cortex-M0+ cores
  • 256 kbytes of Flash
  • 128 kbytes of SRAM
  • Programmable analog blocks including two 12-bit SAR ADCs
  • Programmable digital blocks
  • Full-Speed USB interface
  • Serial memory interface
  • CAN-FD interface
  • CAPSENSE™ capacitive sensing
Power Integrations

The RDK-710 is a board that implements the RDR-710 reference design report for a 12 W dual-output, open-frame power supply for appliances.

The output options are 5 V/1.4 A or 12 V/0.42 A from an input-voltage range of 85 V to 265 V ac. Featuring built-in synchronous rectification, the RDK-710 achieves efficiency of more than 85% at the nominal ac input. 

No-load input power is less than 10 mW. Standby input power is less than 260 mW at a 5 V/30 mA load. 


Video links

InnoSwitch3-TN for auxiliary power supplies

InnoSwitch3-TN for various power conversion topologies

Advantages of InnoSwitch3-TN offline power converter


The STEVAL-MKI227KA evaluation kit is based on the LSM6DSV16X inertial module. It provides a Qvar electrostatic sensor, and three electrodes supporting finger swipe and generic functions. It is compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V3 microcontroller motherboard. 

It is possible to configure the LSM6DSV16X by changing the position of the jumper. The kit supports the entire LSM6DSV16X pinout, and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the power-supply line.

The STEVAL-MKE00xAA can be plugged onto the STEVAL-MKI227A board. This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboard, which includes a high performance 32-bit MCU functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface Unico-GUI, or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

It is also possible to plug the board onto the X-NUCLEO-IKS01A3 expansion board.


The STEVAL-MKI230KA evaluation kit consists of the STEVAL-MKI230A main sensing board, with a square PCB, which mounts the ISM330IS 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope with embedded ISPU, the STEVAL-MKIGIBV5 adapter board, and a flat cable. The main board is connected to the adapter board through the flat cable to make it compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V3.


The LAN9383 Evaluation Board provides a convenient and compact evaluation platform for a seven-port, safe and secure family of time-sensitive networking (TSN) Gigabit Ethernet switches. This evaluation board comes with five integrated 100BASE-T1 PHYs and an RGMII port that connects to a KSZ9131 PHY: this enables a standard 100/1000BASE-T uplink. An onboard LAN8672 10BASE-T1S PHY supports a multi-drop 10BASE-T1S network with up to eight nodes. 

Functional safety-ready, the board includes an Arm® Cortex®-M7 core-based sub-system with integrated Flash code memory.