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Hi all! I just heard from Microchip that it is interested in roadtesting its AVR128DA48 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit.
With full program and debug capabilities, the AVR128DA48 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit offers complete support for your next design. Use either Atmel Studio 7 or MPLAB X IDEs as a magnifying glass to look into your MCU and step through the debug. Free, easy-to-use graphical programming tools, Atmel START and MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC), allow you to intuitively program the target MCU. The kit includes the AVR128DA48 Curiosity Nano evaluation board and Two 100mil, 1x28 pin header strips.
The board features the AVR128DA48.
The AVR DA family of microcontrollers feature the well-known AVR® CPU, now running at up to 24 MHz across the full supply voltage range of 1.8V to 5.5V. The family includes 32 KB, 64 KB and 128 KB Flash variants in 28- to 64-pin package options. The AVR DA family is designed to bring capacitive touch sensing and real-time control functions to applications including industrial control, home appliance products, automotive and Internet of Things (IoT).
The family uses the latest Core Independent Peripherals with low power features and 5V operation for increased noise immunity. The Event System, Configurable Custom Logic (CCL), along with intelligent analog peripherals, like 12-bit differential ADC, Zero-Cross Detect (ZCD), DAC and the latest generation Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC) with driven shield technology make the AVR DA family perfect for low-latency control applications and capacitive touch user interfaces. The high memory density of the AVR DA family is well suited for communications stack intensive applications, both wired and wireless.
The AVR128DA48 microcontroller is part of the AVR DA family featuring the AVR processor with hardware multiplier - running at up to 24 MHz and with 128 KB Flash, 16 KB SRAM and 512 bytes of EEPROM in 48-pin packages. The AVR128DA48 will be available in TQFP and VQFN package options.
The AVR128DA48 product supports as many as 32 self-capacitance and 256 mutual capacitance touch channels, which makes the AVR DA the perfect choice for human interface applications where multiple capacitive touch keys, sliders, wheels or 2D surface are required.
This product is recommended for safety critical applications targeting both industrial and automotive products (IEC 61508 and ISO 26262). Necessary documentation such as FMEDA report and Safety Manual can be provided on request. Certified development tools are also available for this product. Please contact your local Microchip sales office or your distributor for more information.
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