Evaluation Kit for the MAXQ622

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The MAXQ622 evaluation kit (EV kit) provides a proven platform for conveniently evaluating the capabilities of the MAXQ622 low-power, 16-bit, RISC microcontroller with USB interface targeted for battery-powered applications. The EV kit includes the MAXQ622 EV kit board, which contains infrared (IR) transmit and receive devices, a USB Mini-B interface, headers providing access to the processor's I/O port pins, a single 5V power-supply input, and a bank of eight pushbutton switches for user input. With the included software, USB-to-JTAG adaptor, and a USB cable connected to a personal computer, the EV kit provides a complete, functional system ideal for developing and debugging applications as well as evaluating the overall capabilities of the MAXQ622 RISC processor.

Key Features

  • Easily Load and Debug Code Using Supplied USB-to-JTAG Adaptor
  • JTAG Interface Provides In-Application Debugging Features
    • Step-by-Step Execution Tracing
    • Breakpointing by Code Address or Data Memory Address
    • Data Memory or Register Content View and Edit
  • On-Board 3.3V Voltage Regulator (Powered from 5V Input, JTAG, or USB)
  • Eight User-Input Pushbutton Switches
  • USB Mini-B Connector Provides Access to MAXQ622 USB Interface and Transceiver
  • Prototyping Area
  • Included Board Schematics Provide a Convenient Reference Design


  • Battery-Powered Portable Equipment
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Home Appliances
  • Remote Controls
  • White Goods

Quality and Environmental Data

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