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Development Kits

PCB Development Kits are for all electronics engineers and ideal for the creative and driven pioneers in the developer and maker community to help them prototype their next design project. Their creativity needs a robust and flexible development platform and this need is fulfilled by the wealth of development kits that there are on offer, such as those that can be found at RS Components.

During the creation of industrial concepts, wearables and the Internet of Things and many more applications, making hardware technology accessible and device development a breeze is essential.

The development kit exists to make the prototyping of all of these devices easy and as cost-efficient as possible, driving your designs and concepts to production and to the market as fast as possible.

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  • Redstone

    1 week ago

    @lgarnand Thanks for your comment. You are correct that support for PSoC 6 will be with PSoC Creator 4.2 which should be available later this month.
  • lgarnand

    2 weeks ago

    I believe that to work with a PSOC 6 device, Creator 4.2 is required. The highest version that is available today is Creator 4.1 Update 1, at least that is what I can see on the cypress site. You might...
  • Shirley Marquez

    1 month ago

    The licensed version of the 2GB/32GB board comes with a full copy of Windows 10 Home. There is also a 4GB/64GB version that comes either unlicensed or with a copy of Windows 10 Enterprise; RS is not currently...
  • dgoadby

    1 month ago

    mmmm, At £95 for the basic board I'm not sure where this product fits. We use lots of RPi3's and Arduinos both of which have a massive amounts of hardware and software available. With RPi3 having Bluetooth...
  • bjthomson

    1 month ago

    Puzzling...the "licensed" version costs more - Win10 IoT is a free download, so are they selling it with a full copy of Win10? I guess we're paying for the board support package - I had a look on https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/iot/docs/hardwarecompatlist...
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Redstone

Development Kits

September 5, 2017 14:41

PSoC 6 Introductory Tutorial

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August 25, 2017 13:16

Movidius Takes Deep Learning to The Edge

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August 4, 2017 10:06

Home Automation using Bluno Beetle BLE and Blynk App

I have been waiting to put some article about Bluno Beetle BLE board which, I bought from RS components. It's a cute little board, which is very useful in applications like affordable home automation, industrial automation over a short range.

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karlwoodward

Development Kits

August 4, 2017 09:25

LattePanda - a practical 60 minute challenge

In a previous post we had a quick look at the LattePanda board, what it is and offers. We also mentioned we had ordered a Gravity Series Sensor Kit. In this post we’ll look a little more at what this can offer when paired with the LattePanda,

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be_RnD

Development Kits

July 27, 2017 08:22

Design your own HMI using the RX71M Revelation Kit GAPI Journey Document for free

The Revelation Kit is an ideal platform to design your GUI (Graphical User Interface). But if you have never designed a GUI yet, you may find challenges on the way. The GAPI Journey document guides you in a step by step manner to your own GUI design.

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Development Kits

July 27, 2017 07:46

Getting Started with Xilinx Zynq, All Programmable System-On-Chip (SoC)

First experience to use Xilinx Vivado IP and SDK to build the project on Xilinx Zynq which integrates a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor with Xilinx field programmable gate array (FPGA). Implement the design on Digilent ZYBO, a Zynq FPGA board,

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Si992

Development Kits

July 21, 2017 15:00

"I feel a great disturbance in the force"

No, not that force, magnetic force. The 3D Magnetic Sensor 2 Go Kit is a small evaluation board for the TLV493D 3D magnetic sensor from Infineon.

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karlwoodward

Development Kits

July 14, 2017 12:06

LattePanda — a tiny feature rich PC

LattePanda — a tiny feature rich PC It may sound like the next trendy drink

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Adrian Gurr

Development Kits

July 10, 2017 15:43

Is Pmod™ the fastest way to model your prototype since LEGO™?

While PMODs have been available to Xilinx FPGA (i.e. the Digilent ARTY board) and Microchip PIC users for some time, we are now enabling new communities (no not Lego™ users), the Arduino Uno R3, and Cypress PSOC communities.

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Andrew Back

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June 12, 2017 12:23

Build an open source MCU and program it with Arduino

This article looks at configuring the low cost Arty FPGA board with an Arduino compatible RISC-V platform.

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March 31, 2017 10:11

Discovering the Digilent Analog Discovery 2

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March 2, 2017 15:23

Programming Creator Ci40 NOR Flash with a Dediprog

How to connect a SPI flash programmer to the Creator Ci40 in order to directly program the boot loader image.

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