The STM32MP157D-EV1 and STM32MP157F-EV1 Evaluation boards are the full-feature demonstration and development platforms for STMicroelectronics increased-frequency 800 MHz Arm®-based dual Cortex®-A7 32 bits and Cortex-M4 32 bits MPUs in the STM32MP1 Series.

Two options are available:

  • STM32MP157D-EV1: standard evaluation board
  • STM32MP157F-EV1: includes secure boot and cryptography features

The X-NUCLEO-SAFEA1 expansion board based on the STSAFE-A110 secure element can be used with any STM32 Nucleo development board. It is supplied with free X-CUBE-SAFEA1 and X-CUBE-SBSFU software packages. 

The board includes an HE10 extension connector to mount additional STSAFE devices, and an Arduino UNO R3 connector. 



The XMC7200 evaluation kit enables engineers to evaluate the XMC7200D microcontroller, which combines a single or dual 350 MHz Arm® Cortex®-M7 core as the primary application processor and a 100 MHz Cortex-M0+ core for system functions. The XMC7200D for industrial applications is a programmable embedded system-on-chip, offering:

  • Low-power operation
  • Up to 8 Mbytes of Flash and 1 Mbyte of SRAM
  • Gigabit Ethernet interface
  • CAN FD interface
  • SDHC interface
  • Programmable analog and digital peripherals 

Infineon ModusToolbox™ software supports application development using the XMC7200 evaluation kit by providing a board support package and validated code examples.


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 STM32MP135F-DK Discovery Kit for the STM32MP13x line of microprocessors enables users to develop applications using the STMicroelectronics OpenSTLinux operating system software. The MPU is backed by a 4 Gbit DDR3L DRAM.



The RPR-0720-EVK is an evaluation board for the RPR-0720 infrared (IR) proximity sensor module. 

The ROHM RPR-0720 is an integrated IR proximity sensor module which combines an emitter and receiver in a single small package. 

The RPR-0720’s emitter is an IR vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser. The chip’s built-in IR receiver detects the approach of a person or other object by measuring the rate of reflection of IR light emitted by the VCSEL, over a range between 1 mm and 15 mm. The proximity sensing range is controllable by the system designer via its I2C interface.


The X-NUCLEO-PGEEZ1 expansion board provides an evaluation platform for the M95P32 series SPI page EEPROM memory. This expansion board enables developers to evaluate the EEPROM’s performance via a single/dual/quad SPI interface.

Monolithic Power Systems

The EVM3804-G-00A provides a ready-made hardware platform for evaluating the MPM3804 step-down switch-mode converter module. 

The module, supplied in a surface-mount 2 mm x 2 mm QFN package, supplies a maximum continuous output current of 0.6 A from an input voltage ranging between 2.3 V and 5.5 V, with excellent load and line regulation. 

The output voltage can be regulated as low as 0.6V. Only input, output capacitors and feedback resistors are needed to complete the design.

The EK-RA8M1 evaluation kit enables users to effortlessly evaluate the features of the RA8M1 MCU Group and develop embedded systems applications using Renesas’ Flexible Software Package (FSP) and e2 studio IDE.

The 1004795-EC646-01 Antenna Band Switching Evaluation Board from KYOCERA AVX enables engineers to reduce the number of design iterations, improve accuracy, and speed time-to-market for smaller applications operating at low frequencies in the range 698 MHz to 960 MHz, or at higher frequencies of 1.71 GHz to 2.17 GHz.