The STEVAL-IDB012V1 evaluation platform is designed to develop and test Bluetooth® Low Energy applications using the low power BlueNRG-LPS system-on-chip, in combination with inertial and environmental MEMS sensors, a digital MEMS microphone, and various interface buttons and LEDs.
The RNBD451 Add-On Board is an efficient, low-cost development platform based on the RNBD451PE Bluetooth® Low Energy module from Microchip.
The board complies with the mikroBUS™ add-on bus standard. It also includes an on-board MCP2200 USB-to-UART converter, enabling out-of-the-box evaluation with no other hardware requirements.
The RNBD451 Add-On Board supports a wide range of applications:
- Wireless lighting
- Home automation
- IoT devices
- Industrial automation
- General-purpose Bluetooth data exchange
Embedded Artists provides a modular and flexible approach to the evaluation of Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® solutions, enabling designers to judge the trade-offs between performance, cost, power consumption, and longevity. The Embedded Artists 1LV M.2 Module board is intended for development with the Murata Type 1LV module, which is based on the Infineon CYW43012 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth system-on-chip, and requires an M.2 connector and host processor for full evaluation.
The Embedded Artists board provides access to maintained software drivers for the Linux® operating system and Infineon WICED firmware. The kit has been developed in close collaboration with Murata and Infineon.
The PAN1780 Wirepas Mesh Demo Kit is an evaluation kit consisting of four battery-powered PAN1780 sensor nodes, and a sink that allows the engineer to set up a Wirepas network in just a few steps, at any time and any place.
The kit consists of:
- Four PAN1780 sensor nodes
- One PAN1780 sink
- Four Panasonic CR2032 batteries
The EVQ6615-QK-00A is an H-bridge dc motor driver evaluation board featuring the MPQ6615-AEC1 IC, which operates from an input voltage of up to 40 V.
The H-bridge consists of four N-channel power MOSFETs. An internal charge pump generates the gate driver supply voltages for the high-side MOSFETs, and a trickle charge circuit maintains sufficient gate driver voltages for 100% duty cycle operation.
The current flowing through the two Sx outputs is sensed via the internal current-sensing circuits. Each phase has an Output pin which sources or sinks a current proportional to each phase’s output current. Only the current flowing through the low-side MOSFET is sensed. This current is sensed in both the forward and reverse directions.
Internal safety features include over-current protection, under-voltage lockout protection, and thermal shutdown. The input control signals for the MPQ6615-AEC1 are applied through the connector on the board.
The MPQ6615-AEC1 can be used to drive brushed dc motors, door lock and latch motors, and seat actuators.
This kit enables engineers to evaluate the operation and characteristics of the Type 1SJ low-power wide-area networking module. The module can modulate signals for both the LoRaWAN™ and FSK modulation protocols.
The board includes an ST-LINK/V2-1 embedded debug tool interface, LEDs, push buttons, an antenna, Arduino™ Uno V3 connectors, and a USB On-The-Go connector in Micro-B format.
The kit is supported by a Murata software development kit, which is available for download from the Murata customer online portal.
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.
The NUCLEO-WBA52CG is a board for developing applications that use the Bluetooth® Low Energy wireless networking capability, low power consumption and advanced security features of the STM32WBA52 wireless microcontroller.
The board supports ARDUINO Uno V3 connectivity. ST morpho headers allow easy expansion of the functionality of the STM32 Nucleo open development platform with a wide choice of specialized shields.
The Monolithic Power Systems EVQ5850-J-00A evaluation board demonstrates the capabilities of the MPQ5850, a 36 V smart diode controller with reverse protection.
The MPQ5850 diode controller can drive an external N-channel MOSFET to replace a Schottky diode for reverse input protection. The 20 mV ultra-low dropout minimizes power loss and enables a low minimum input voltage, which makes the MPQ5850 well-suited to cold-crank conditions in automotive applications.
The 4 μA shutdown current also makes the MPQ5850 ideal for battery-powered applications. The ultra-fast transient response meets the requirements of the ISO16750 standard.
The EVQ5850-J-00A board is fully assembled and tested.