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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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jefffo

Development Kits

March 6, 2017 08:49

Can you spin up your AC brushless motor in 45 seconds?

We take you through the process of setting up and driving a brushless 3-phase permanent magnet motor using the Renesas YROTATE-IT-RX23T kit.

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pevans9463

Development Kits

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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jjmeeks

Development Kits

February 17, 2017 10:53

Bluetooth low energy (BLE) beacon deployment is gaining

Bluetooth BLE beacons will provide proximity awareness to a growing population that carry smartphones. Silicon Labs offers a BGM11x Bluetooth BLE module family and development kit for designers of BLE beacon applications.

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pevans9463

Development Kits

February 15, 2017 15:01

How to add an external power switch to your Creator Ci40

Passive and active options for remotely controlling the DC power supply to a Creator Ci40 IoT hub.

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be_RnD

Development Kits

February 10, 2017 14:53

RX71M Revelation Kit - Easy Evaluation and Development including TFT and Free GUI Software

The new Revelation Kit seems to be an excellent choice for HMI projects at low cost. The kit uses the 32bit RX71M MCU offering 240MHz performance. The free software, a “Get started” book and a GUI Hands-on guide make it interesting enough to look at.

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Andy Harding

Development Kits

January 9, 2017 08:45

Introducing "Renesas Synergy - The Basics" book

An introduction to the book "Renesas Synergy - The Basics". This book will guide you through the complete process of accessing the software platform and toolchain, plus getting your first blinky project up and running. Experience the difference!

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Andrew Back

Development Kits

December 16, 2016 15:26

Intel Joule plus Intel RealSense provide instant depth sensing and more

Accelerating the development of powerful, perceptual computing applications.

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Ten22

Development Kits

December 15, 2016 11:04

DesignSpark PCB Utilised to Design a Development Kit

Biricha ltd use DS PCB to design and bring to manufacture a power board used in an infineon kit...

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jefffo

Development Kits

November 29, 2016 16:39

Sensirion SHT31 Smart Gadget – an ‘out of the box’ experience

The Sensirion SHT31 Smart Gadget is a temperature and humidity sensor device providing a fast easy route for getting this sensor chip up and running communicating remotely via Bluetooth.

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Vincent Mignard

Development Kits

November 29, 2016 07:44

Spin your Brushless motor in one minute using sensorless vector control algorithm on RX23T MCU

The Auto-tuning software enables you to drive quickly your Brushless motor, thanks to a PC GUI, as no expensive tool is needed. Furthermore, the royalty-free software is highly proven, already in Mass Production

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DesignSpark

Development Kits

November 16, 2016 12:35

RS supports makers with Adafruit deal

RS Components has signed a distribution agreement with Adafruit, which supplies hardware,

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mbeach

Development Kits

November 12, 2016 11:19

Bringing Multicore To The Arduino World With ShieldBuddy TC275

The 32-bit, 200MHz, triple-core Aurix TC275 processor on the Arduino-format ShieldBuddy TC275 allows true multicore programming. This has necessitated some multicore programming extensions being made to the Arduino language and IDE.

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