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Evaluation Kit for the MAX32625/MAX14750

Product Details

The MAX32625PICO board is a rapid development platform designed to help engineers quickly implement designs with the MAX32625 ARM® Cortex®-M4 microcontroller with FPU. The board also includes the MAX14750 PMIC to provide all the needed voltages. The form factor is a small: 0.6in x 1.0in dual-row header footprint that is compatible with breadboards and can also be soldered down SMT to another board. The board includes a 10-pin ARM Cortex debug connector so that it can be used as a DAPLink adapter. Additionally, on board are an RGB indicator LED and pushbutton. This provides a power-optimized flexible platform for quick proofs-ofconcept and early software development to enhance time to market.

The MAX32625PICO board ships with a DAPLink image loaded that provides the USB Mass Storage Device (MSD) drag-and-drop programming, USB Communications Device Class (CDC) virtual serial port, and Human Interface Device (HID) CMSIS-DAP interface used by the mbed site. This allows the board to be connected to another target platform to enable the full mbed experience. The microcontroller is also programmed with a bootloader allowing the DAPLink image to be updated or replaced with your own application code. Get started developing on this board by going to this link: http://developer.mbed.org/platforms/MAX32625PICO.

Key Features

  • Ultra-Compact Development Platform
    • 0.6in x 1.0in, 20-Pin DIP Footprint
    • Cortex Debug Connector (Host)
    • 20 Digital I/O, 4 Analog Inputs
    • 3.3V and 1.8V Supplies
  • MAX326325 Microcontroller Features
    • ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller with FPU, 96MHz
    • 512KB Flash Memory
    • 160KB SRAM
    • 8KB Instruction Cache
    • Full-Speed USB 2.0
    • Three SPI Masters, One Slave
    • Two I2C Masters, One Slave
    • Three UARTs
    • 1-Wire Master
    • 40 GPIOs
    • Four Input 10-Bit ADC
  • MAX14750 PMIC
    • Micro IQ 3.3V Buck-Boost Regulator
    • Micro IQ 1.8V Buck Regulators
    • Micro IQ 1.2V Linear Regulators
    • High-Side Load Switch
  • Expansion Connections
    • Breadboard-Compatible Headers
    • SMT-Compatible Footprint
    • 10-Pin Cortex Debug Header
    • Micro USB Connector
  • Integrated Peripherals
    • RGB Indicator LED
    • User Pushbutton
  • MAXDAP Programming Adapter
    • DAPLink Over Cortex Debug Cable
    • Drag-and-Drop Programming
    • CMSIS-DAP SWD Debugger
    • USB Virtual UART

Applications/Uses

  • Fitness Monitors
  • Portable Medical Devices
  • Sensor Hubs
  • Sports Watches
  • Wearable Medical Patches

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Key Features

  • Ultra-Compact Development Platform
    • 0.6in x 1.0in, 20-Pin DIP Footprint
    • Cortex Debug Connector (Host)
    • 20 Digital I/O, 4 Analog Inputs
    • 3.3V and 1.8V Supplies
  • MAX326325 Microcontroller Features
    • ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller with FPU, 96MHz
    • 512KB Flash Memory
    • 160KB SRAM
    • 8KB Instruction Cache
    • Full-Speed USB 2.0
    • Three SPI Masters, One Slave
    • Two I2C Masters, One Slave
    • Three UARTs
    • 1-Wire Master
    • 40 GPIOs
    • Four Input 10-Bit ADC
  • MAX14750 PMIC
    • Micro IQ 3.3V Buck-Boost Regulator
    • Micro IQ 1.8V Buck Regulators
    • Micro IQ 1.2V Linear Regulators
    • High-Side Load Switch
  • Expansion Connections
    • Breadboard-Compatible Headers
    • SMT-Compatible Footprint
    • 10-Pin Cortex Debug Header
    • Micro USB Connector
  • Integrated Peripherals
    • RGB Indicator LED
    • User Pushbutton
  • MAXDAP Programming Adapter
    • DAPLink Over Cortex Debug Cable
    • Drag-and-Drop Programming
    • CMSIS-DAP SWD Debugger
    • USB Virtual UART

Applications/Uses

  • Fitness Monitors
  • Portable Medical Devices
  • Sensor Hubs
  • Sports Watches
  • Wearable Medical Patches

Description

The MAX32625PICO board is a rapid development platform designed to help engineers quickly implement designs with the MAX32625 ARM® Cortex®-M4 microcontroller with FPU. The board also includes the MAX14750 PMIC to provide all the needed voltages. The form factor is a small: 0.6in x 1.0in dual-row header footprint that is compatible with breadboards and can also be soldered down SMT to another board. The board includes a 10-pin ARM Cortex debug connector so that it can be used as a DAPLink adapter. Additionally, on board are an RGB indicator LED and pushbutton. This provides a power-optimized flexible platform for quick proofs-ofconcept and early software development to enhance time to market.

The MAX32625PICO board ships with a DAPLink image loaded that provides the USB Mass Storage Device (MSD) drag-and-drop programming, USB Communications Device Class (CDC) virtual serial port, and Human Interface Device (HID) CMSIS-DAP interface used by the mbed site. This allows the board to be connected to another target platform to enable the full mbed experience. The microcontroller is also programmed with a bootloader allowing the DAPLink image to be updated or replaced with your own application code. Get started developing on this board by going to this link: http://developer.mbed.org/platforms/MAX32625PICO.

Technical Docs

Support & Training

Search our knowledge base for answers to your technical questions.

Filtered Search

Our dedicated team of Applications Engineers are also available to answer your technical questions. Visit our support portal.