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Maxim Integrated MAX32655 Evaluation Kit

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In the video below, I take a look at what you get with the MAX32655 evaluation kit (214-9192) , some of the features on a MAX32655 SoC (214-9194) and what Bluetooth®5.2 brings to users.

 

Maxim Integrated MAX32655 Evaluation Kit

Maxim Integrated MAX32655 Evaluation Kit (214-9192) is a development platform for the MAX32655 Low-Power Wireless Microcontroller. The MAX32655 (214-9194) is an advanced System-on-Chip (SoC) featuring an Arm® Cortex®-M4F CPU and integrated BLUETOOTH® 5.2.

Features

  • Pre-mounted MAX32655 Low-Power Wireless Microcontroller
  • External Bluetooth antenna with SMA interface
  • Stereo audio codec with line-in and line-out 5mm jacks
  • Digital microphone
  • 320 x 240 colour TFT resistive touch display with an SPI interface
  • 128Mb quad SPI flash
  • USB 2.0 micro-B to serial UARTs
  • UART0 and LPUART interface selectable through onboard jumpers
  • All GPIOs signals accessed through 0.1" headers
  • Access to the eight analogue inputs through 1" headers
  • 10-pin SWD and RV JTAG connectors
  • Board power provided by USB port
  • Onboard 1.8V and 3.3V LDO regulators
  • MAX32655 can be solely sourced by the coin cell battery
  • Individual power measurement on all ic rails through jumpers
  • Two general-purpose LEDs and two general-purpose pushbutton switches

 

Kit Contents

  • MAX32655 Evaluation Board with MAX32655 loaded with a pre-programmed Demo
  • One external Bluetooth antenna
  • MAX32625PICO Debugger with cables
  • JTAG Debugger with ribbon cable
  • One USB standard-A to micro-B cable
  • One USB standard-A to standard-B cable

Datasheet

MAX32655 Low-Power Wireless Microcontroller SoC

Features

  • Ultra-low-power wireless microcontroller
    • Internal 100MHz oscillator
    • Flexible low-power modes with 3728MHz system clock option
    • 512KB flash and 128KB SRAM
      • Optional ECC on one 32KB SRAM bank
    • 16KB instruction cache
  • Bluetooth 5.2 LE
    • Dedicated ultra-low-power, 32-Bit RISC-V coprocessor to offload timing-critical Bluetooth processing
    • Fully open-source Bluetooth 5.2 stack available
    • Supports AoA, AoD, LE Audio, and Mesh
    • High-throughput (2Mbps) mode
    • Long-range (125kbps and 500kbps) modes
    • Rx sensitivity: -97.5dBm; Tx Power: +4.5dBm
    • Single-ended antenna connection (50Ω)
  • Power management maximizes battery life
    • 0V to 3.6V supply voltage range
    • Integrated SIMO power regulator
    • Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS)
    • 8μA/MHz active current at 3.0V
    • 4μA at 3.0V retention current for 32KB
    • Selectable SRAM retention + RTC in low-power modes
  • Multiple peripherals for system control
    • Two high-speed SPI master/slave
    • Three High-Speed I2C master/slave (3.4Mbps)
    • Four UART, One I2S master/slave
    • 8-Input, 10-Bit Sigma-Delta ADC 8ksps
    • Four micro-power comparators
    • Timers: Two 32-Bit, Two LP, Two Watchdog timers
    • 1-Wire master
    • Four Pulse Train (PWM) engines
    • RTC with wake-up timer
    • Up to 52 GPIOs
  • Security and integrity
    • Available secure boot
    • TRNG seed generator
    • AES 128/192/256 hardware acceleration engine
  • Physical characteristics
    • -40°C to +105°C operating temperature range 
    • 8mm x 8mm CTBGA81 package; 0.8mm pitch, 9 x 9 array
    • RoHS compliant

Datasheet

Mark completed his Electronic Engineering degree in 1991 and worked in real-time digital signal processing applications engineering for a number of years, before moving into technical marketing.

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