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    • Arduino Compatible ARM Cortex M3 Development Board with Dual 24-bit Sigma-Delta ADC’s
    • Arduino Compatible ARM Cortex M3 Development Board with Dual 24-bit Sigma-Delta ADC’s


    The EVAL-ADICUP360 evaluation board is part of a comprehensive ecosystem which includes open source development tools, software examples, and hardware modules. The hardware has an Arduino and PMOD compatible footprint for easy plug and play functionality.

    The evaluation board is made up of two major building blocks:-

    A fully integrated, 3.9 kSPS, 24-bit data acquisition system that incorporates dual high performance, multichannel sigma-delta (Σ-Δ) analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), a 32-bit ARM Cortex™-M3 processor, and Flash/EE memory, realized on a single chip ADuCM360 microcontroller.

    An on-board SWD interface, based on the OpenSDA platform, which is implemented with the Freescale's ?20DX128 microcontroller. This block allows using a free Software Development Toolchain to program and debug the ADuCM360 microcontroller part.

    The Software design environment for this evaluation is based on open source tools and includes the following features:-

    • ADuCM360 customized Eclipse IDE for C/C Developers
    • GNU Tools for ARM Embedded Processors (GCC toolchain for ARM processors)
    • GNU ARM Eclipse Plug-ins, Copyright © 2009 Liviu Ionescu, A family of Eclipse CDT extensions and tools for GNU ARM development (open source ARM debug and build tools)
    • GNU ARM Eclipse Build Tools, Copyright © 2009 Liviu Ionescu (GNU make & busybox: sh, rm and echo)
    • OpenOCD with support for ADuCM360 microcontroller (open source SWD)
    • Mbed CMSIS-DAP/Serial drivers (for Windows)

    Applications: Gas Sensor, Precision weigh scales, Software Defined Radio, PH monitor


    • ARM Cortex M3 Analog microcontroller
    • Dual intergrated 3.9kSPS 24bit Data Acquisition/Sigma-delta ADC
    • Up to 12 multiplexed analog input channels
    • No External Debugger/Emulator tools needed
    • Open Source IDE Tools
    • Compatible with Arduino and PMOD add-on cards
    • Low power
    • 7-12V Power

    Ships With

    • Evaluation Board
    • Micro USB cable

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