MAX32620FTHR

Evaluation Kit for the MAX32620/MAX77650/MAX17055


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Description

The MAX32620FTHR board is a rapid development platform designed to help engineers quickly implement battery-optimized solutions with the MAX32620 Arm® Cortex®-M4 microcontroller with FPU. The board also includes the MAX77650 ultra-low power PMIC and MAX17055 fuel gauge to provide efficient power conversion and battery management with minimal board space. The form factor is a small 0.9in x 2.0in dual-row header footprint that is compatible with breadboards and off-theshelf peripheral expansion boards. In addition to the dualrow headers, there are also two 12-pin Pmod™-compatible socket connectors for more expansion options. Also on board are common user-interface peripherals including two RGB indicator LEDs and two pushbuttons. These provide a power-optimized flexible platform for quick proofs-of-concept and early software development to enhance time to market.


Introducing the MAX32620FTHR Prototyping Platform




How to Program the MAX7360 Key Switch Controller using the Arduino IDE

MAX32620FTHR: Board Photo MAX32620FTHR: Board Photo Enlarge+

Key Features

  • Convenient Development Platform
    • 0.9in x 2.0in DIP Form Factor
      • Breadboard Compatible
      • Feather Wing Compatible
    • Pmod-Compatible Sockets
      • Supports SPI, UART, I2C, and GPIO
      • Accessible from Both Sides of Board
    • Integrated Battery Management
      • Single-Cell Li+ Charger
      • Fuel Gauge
    • User Interface Peripherals
      • Two RGB LEDs
      • Two Pushbuttons
  • MAX32620 Microcontroller Features
    • 96MHz Arm Cortex-M4 Microcontroller with FPU
    • 2048KB Flash
    • 256KB SRAM
    • Full-Speed USB
    • SPI, I2C, UART, and 1-Wire
    • 4-Channel 10-Bit ADC
    • 49 Dual Voltage GPIO
    • 3.9mm x 4.1mm, 81-Bump WLP
  • MAX77650 Ultra-Low Power PMIC Features
    • Smart Power Selector Charger
      • Supports Li+/Li-Poly Batteries
      • 7.5mA to 300mA Charge Current
    • Single Inductor Multiple Output (SIMO) Buck-Boost Regulator
      • 3 Outputs from a Single Inductor
    • 150mA LDO Regulator
    • I2C Configurable
    • 2.75mm x 2.15mm, 30-Bump WLP
  • MAX17055 Fuel Gauge Features
    • ModelGauge m5 EZ
      • Eliminates Battery Characterization
      • Eliminates Coulomb Counter Drift
    • 7µA Operating Current
    • 1.4mm x 1.5mm, 9-Bump WLP

Applications/Uses

  • Fitness Monitors
  • Portable Medical Devices
  • Sensor Hub
  • Sport Watches
  • Wearable Medical Patches
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