Microchip Technology Inc

Boards and Kits

The MIC2127A is a constant-frequency, synchronous buck controller featuring a unique adaptive on-time control architecture and HyperLight Load® mode. The MIC2127A operates over an input supply range of 4.5V to 75V. The output voltage is adjustable from 0.6V to 30V with an ensured accuracy of ±1%. The device features programmable switching frequency from 270 kHz to 800 kHz.
The Automotive Networking Development Board is a low-cost modular development system for Microchip’s 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit microcontrollers targeting CAN and LIN network related applications. The board supports devices using the 100 pin Plug-In Module (PIM) connector for easy device swapping. The board has four Mikrobus™ sockets which allow the user the ability to develop with a variety of MikroElectronika Click™ add-on boards. The board also includes a PICtail Plus edge connector for backwards compatibility to PICtail Plus boards used with the Explorer 16 Development board.

Power supply and PIMs (Plug-in Modules) are not included. See recommended add-ons below
- 12V power Supply (PS0019) or 9V power supply (AC002014)
- MCP2003B click LIN Transceiver
- MCP25625 click CAN Controller with integrated Transceiver
- Microchip PIM (Plug-in Module) boards.

Getting Started:
Read the Automotive Networking Development Board User’s Manual (download section of this page)

Download the free development tool MPLAB X IDE

Download the suitable MPLAB XC Compiler

Download and unzip the appropriate firmware demo code (download section of this page)

The CL88020 120VAC office LED Driver Evaluation Board is a complete solution consisting of an LED Driver (ADM00766) and an LED Load Board (ADM00767) powered directly from the 120VAC line and based on Microchip Technology's CL88020 Sequential Linear Driver.
The CL88020 LED Load Board is designed to work together with CL88020 LED Driver Board (ADM00766) and consist of 10 LEDs series and parallel connected and driven sequentially by 4 TAPS LED Linear Driver, CL88020 , from 120VAC mains.
The DN2470 Based Linear Regulator Input Voltage Range Extender Evaluation Board presents the universal off-line linear regulation using the 700V depletion-mode FET DN2470. The board features off-line regulation using three different selectable LDOs: MCP1754, MCP1755 and MCP1790, offered in various package options. The evaluation board operates with 50 Hz 230 VAC or 60 Hz 120 VAC AC lines and sources 10 mA typical output current (LDO’s output current).
The EMC1833 Remote Temp Sensor Evaluation Board provides the means to demonstrate all of the EMC1833 features, and allows a user to view and modify registers. A user may plot the temperature of the three temperature channels and set alert temperatures associated with those channels. Test points are included to enable system voltages, interface, and Alert monitoring, using a voltmeter or an oscilloscope. The board requires only one universal serial bus (USB) connection to power the board.
EVB-LAN9252-SPI has been produced to answer our customers' requests for a vehicle to allow evaluation of the LAN9252 EtherCAT Slave Controller (ESC), via an SPI Microcontroller abstraction.
This dual purpose board has the option to plug directly into some environments and allow fly-wiring to many more.
The HV9805 120VAC Off-Line LED Driver Evaluation Board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology Inc.'s HV9805 device in the following topology:
•215-265V output Boost Converter application followed by a LED-side linear current regulator, supplied from the mains 120VAC, to drive a 70-90 LED string.
The HV9805 120VAC Off-Line LED Driver Evaluation Board was developed to help engineers reduce the product design cycle time.
The HV9805 230VAC Off-Line LED Driver Evaluation Board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology Inc.'s HV9805 device in the following topology:
•420-430V output Boost Converter application followed by a LED-side linear current regulator, supplied from the mains 230VAC, to drive a 130-150 LED string.
The HV9805 230VAC Off-Line LED Driver Evaluation Board was developed to help engineers reduce the product design cycle time.
The HV9805 230VAC SEPIC Evaluation Board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology Inc.'s HV9805 device in the following topology:
The HV9805 230VAC SEPIC Evaluation Board is suited for driving a 125V/100 mA LED load from a 230VAC source.
The Single-ended primary-inductor converter (SEPIC) configuration extends the application range of the HV9805 driver Integrated Circuit (IC) to lower LED load voltages than otherwise possible with the boost configuration. Many features of the boost configuration are retained, such as a true direct current drive of the LED load, high input power factor, high efficiency and simple magnetics.
The HV98100 120VAC Off-Line LED Driver Evaluation Board is designed to demonstrate the performance of Microchip Technology Inc's HV98100 LED Driver IC. The evaluation board drives a 120V LED string at 120mA from a 120VAC input voltage with high input Power Factor and low Total Harmonic Distortion.

The HV98101 230VAC Off-Line LED Driver Evaluation Board is designed to demonstrate the performance of Microchip Technology Inc's HV98101 LED Driver IC. The evaluation board drives a 100V LED string at 100mA from a 230VAC input voltage with high input Power Factor and low Total Harmonic Distortion.
The MCP16251 Single Cell Boost Converter With External UVLO Reference Design provides an example of how to optimize applications powered from a single AA cell battery by incorporating a ultra low power external under-voltage lockout circuit with hysteresis.

The converter will not (re)start if the battery voltage is lower than 1.14V and will stop working if the battery voltage drops below 0.83V. The external ULVO circuit drains approximately 0.1-0.4 μA before start-up and 1 -2uA after start-up.
The MCP1643 RGB LED Driver Demonstration Board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology’s MCP1643 product. This board demonstrates the MCP1643 in a boost LED driver application supplied by one AA battery, or from an external voltage source, which drives each color of the RGB LED separately at a frequency of 70Hz with a constant current of 350mA. The RGB LED is driven by a microcontroller with 3 PWM signals and by modifying the duty cycle using individual potentiometers for each signal, the brightness of each color can be adjusted. When in shutdown, the current consumed from the battery is typically less than 1.2µA.
The MCP1661 Flyback Converter Reference Design provides an example of a galvanically isolated power supply.The board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology's MCP1661 in the following topology:

- 5V output Isolated Flyback Converter application supplied from 5V typical input voltage.

It is used to evaluate the 5-Lead SOT-23 package.
By changing the LDO, a lower/higher output voltage than 5V will be obtained, but with different capabilities regarding maximum output current and efficiency.
The MCP1663 Evaluation Board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology’s MCP1663 step-up switching regulator. This board comes with two distinct applications. The 1st circuit can be used to evaluate the MCP1663 in the typical boost configuration 9V/12V selectable output. The board also provides an example of how a higher input voltage application can be implemented.
The MCP1664 LED Driver Evaluation Board is used to evaluate and demonstrate Microchip Technology’s MCP1664 product. This board demonstrates the MCP1664 in a boost converter application supplied from an external voltage source, which drives a string of LEDs with three selectable currents. The MCP1664 LED Driver Evaluation Board was developed to help engineers reduce the product design cycle time.
The MCP1810 Evaluation Board allows the evaluation of the MCP1810’s Ultra Low Iq features or experimenting with output capacitors ESR. Also a second unpopulated circuit is present allowing for a second MCP1810 to be placed allowing for a custom configuration of your choosing.
The MCP19111 Battery Charger Eval Board demonstrates the features of a programmable and configurable multi-chemistry battery charger.The MCP19111 can be programmed to make a very flexible battery charger by controlling a high efficiency synchronous buck circuit. The controller dynamically moves from voltage to current controlled charging, following the charge characteristics of the target battery chemistry, and the operation can be adjusted or monitored using the available software GUI, a PICKit™, and a USB connection.
The MCP19117-Flyback Standalone Evaluation Board and Graphical User Interface (GUI) demonstrate the MCP19117 performance in a synchronous Flyback topology. It is configured to regulate load current, and is well suited to drive LED loads. Nearly all operational and control system parameters are programmable through the integrated PIC MCU core. The MCP19117 evaluation board comes preprogrammed with firmware designed to operate with the GUI interface. Microchip’s MPLABX IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can be used to develop and program user-defined firmware, thus customizing it to the specific application. The evaluation board contains headers for ICSP™ (In-Circuit Serial Programming), I2C™ communication as well as UART Full/Half Duplex modes. Several test points have been designed into the PWB for easy access and development purposes. The MCP19117-Flyback Standalone Evaluation Board also demonstrates an optimized PCB (Printed Circuit Board) layout that minimizes parasitic inductance, while increasing efficiency and power density. Proper PCB layout is critical to achieve optimum MCP19117 operation as well as power train efficiency and noise minimization.
The MCP19125 is a highly-integrated, mixed-signal low-side synchronous Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) controller featuring individual analog PWM control loops for both current regulation or voltage regulation. The MCP19125 also features an integrated microcontroller core, making it an ideal device for battery charging applications, LED lighting systems, and any other low-side switch PWM applications. The MCP19125 Flyback Battery Charger Evaluation Board demonstrates how the MCP19125 device operates in a battery charging application utilizing a synchronous flyback topology. It is configured to regulate the amount of charge current, and the type of charging, while simultaneously reading the state of the battery to change between operation modes for optimized charge profiles. Nearly all operational and control system parameters are programmable by utilizing the integrated PIC® microcontroller. MPLAB X IDE can be used in conjunction with a downloadable Graphical User Interface (GUI) to easily configure the MCP19125. Alternatively, the user can program the MCP19125 using their own firmware, tailoring it to their application. The evaluation board contains headers for ICSP™ (In-Circuit Serial Programming™) as well as I2C communication, numerous test points, and a push button for system development.​
The MCP19215 Dual Channel Controller Evaluation Board demonstrates how the MCP19215 device operates in Boost and SEPIC topologies over a wide input voltage and load range. Nearly all operational and control system parameters are programmable by utilizing the integrated PIC controller.
The MCP2030 Bidirectional Communication Demo Kit demonstrates short range bidirectional communication applications using the features of the MCP2030. The demo kit consists of two units: (a) Base Station unit and (b) Transponder unit. The Base Station unit transmits a low frequency (LF) command looking for the transponder in the field. When the transponder unit detects the Base Station command, it responds with its ID and RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) using UHF frequency (434 MHz). When the Base Station unit receives the response from the Transponder unit, it displays the received Transponder ID and RSSI data on the LCD. The features and concepts demonstrated by the demo kit can be used for low frequency (LF) sensing and various hands-free access control security applications. The bidirectional communication range is up to about 3 meters and mainly limited by the property of the LF frequency.
The MCP2200 USB to UART with Isolation Demo Board is a USB to UART development and evaluation board for the MCP2200 device. This board is powered from the host’s USB port. Two of the MCP2200 GPIO pins (GP6 and GP7) are connected to LEDs used to indicate the USB to UART traffic when the associated pins are configured as TxLED and RxLED pins, respectively. The isolated side is powered
externally with 3V to 5.5V. The board offers 3.75 kV AC of electrical isolation for power and UART signals.

Microchip Technology Inc. provides a software package to be used with this board that can be downloaded from Microchip’s web site. This PC software is used to evaluate/demonstrate the MCP2200 as a Virtual Com Port (VCP) device. This software also allows custom device configurations.

A DLL is included to allow the development of the custom configurations and software applications to control the GPIOs, that can be downloaded from the product/board web page.
The MCP2221 I2C Demonstration Board allows the user to communicate through a PC application to I2C slave devices by using the MCP2221 device as USB-to-I2C Master converter (bridge). The board can also work at the same time as a USB-to-RS232 (UART) bridge.
The MCP251xFD CAN FD Mother Board provides a simple, low-cost board to evaluate
the MCP2517FD family of devices. The board features one mikroBUS™ socket to
accommodate the MCP2517FD click Board.
The MCP251xFD CAN FD Mother Board together with the MCP2517FD click Board
can be used to implement a CAN FD node.
The MCP25625 PICtail™ Plus Daughter Board is a simple Controller Area Network (CAN) board designed to be used with boards containing the PICtail Plus connector. The board also has the PICkit™ Serial connector for interfacing to the PICkit Serial Analyzer tool. The single-chip solution CAN node consists of the MCP25625 CAN Controller with Integrated Transceiver. The PICkit Plus and PICkit Serial connectors allow the board to be interfaced to a variety of PIC® microcontrollers so that the user can develop a CAN node. The board also contains headers and test points for most of the MCP25625 pins that allow the external functions to be monitored/evaluated. Additionally, there are multiple external components and jumper configurations for added flexibility.
The MCP37X10-200 12-bit Single Channel Evaluation Board (ADM00735) provides the opportunity to evaluate the performance of the MCP37X10-200 Device Family. With the MCP37D10-200, 12-bit 200 Msps single channel pipelined A/D converter on-board, the user can evaluate the functionality of the 12-bit 200 Msps A/D converters and the digital signal processing features. With the help of a compatible data capture card, the evaluation board can provide the user with performance analysis features through the PC GUI.

For proper operation, this evaluation board must be used with the following compatible data capture card:
The MCP39F511 Power Monitor Demonstration Board is a fully functional single-phase power and energy monitoring system. The system calculates and displays active power, reactive power, RMS current, RMS voltage, active energy (both import and export), and four quadrant reactive energy.

It connects easily through USB to the “Power Monitor Utility Software” that offers automated control to allow you to easily experiment with all system configuration settings such as PWM output frequencies, zero crossing detection options, and event configurations, among many others.

The “MCP39F511 Power Monitor Utility” software can also be used to and be used to create custom calibration setups. For most accuracy requirements, only a single-point calibration is needed. The energy meter software offers an automated calibration process that can be used to quickly calibrate energy meters and allow you to experiment with different calibration procedures.
The MCP39F511N Power Monitor Demonstration Board is a fully functional dual channel single-phase power and energy monitoring system. The system calculates and displays active power, reactive power, RMS current, RMS voltage, active energy (both import and export), and four quadrant reactive energy), on 2 independent channels, simultaneously.

It connects easily through USB to the “Power Monitor Utility Software” that offers automated control to allow you to easily experiment with all system configuration settings such as PWM output frequencies, zero crossing detection options, and event configurations, among many others.

The “MCP39F511N Power Monitor Utility” software can also be used to and be used to create custom calibration setups. For most accuracy requirements, only a single-point calibration is needed. The energy meter software offers an automated calibration process that can be used to quickly calibrate energy meters and allow you to experiment with different calibration procedures.
The MCP39F521 Power Monitor Demonstration Board is a fully functional I2C bus single-phase power and energy monitoring system. Up to four different devices can be placed on the same I2C bus through address select pins. The system calculates and displays active power, reactive power, RMS current, RMS voltage, active energy (both import and export), and four quadrant reactive energy.

It connects easily through USB to the “Power Monitor Utility Software” that offers automated control to allow you to easily experiment with all system configuration settings such as zero crossing detection options and event configurations, among many others.

The “Power Monitor Utility” software can also be used to and be used to create custom calibration setups. For most accuracy requirements, only a single-point calibration is needed. The energy meter software offers an automated calibration process that can be used to quickly calibrate energy meters and allow you to experiment with different calibration procedures.
This evaluation board is designed to provide an easy and flexible platform when evaluating the performance of the MCP6N16, a Zero-Drift instrumentation amplifier designed for low-voltage operation featuring rail-to-rail input and output performance. The evaluation board is populated with the MCP6N16-100, which is optimized for gains of 100V/V or higher. If one of the other gain option models is desired (e.g. MCP6N16-001 for gain of ≥1V/V, or the MCP6N16-010 for gain of ≥10V/V), exchanging the DUT and adjusting the gain setting resistors can easily be accomplished with standard soldering tools.
The fully assembled evaluation board includes differential input filtering, two jumper selectable gain settings and output filtering, in addition to an external voltage reference circuit to allow for an adjustable output common-mode level shifting.
The MCP8026 TQFP BLDC Motor Driver Evaluation Board is used to demonstrate thedrive capabilities of the MCP8026. The board uses the MCP8026 3-Phase Brushless DC (BLDC) motor gate driver and dsPIC33EP256MC504 processor to implement a 6-step trapezoidal BLDC motor controller.
The MCP9600 Evaluation Board is used to digitize the Thermocouple EMF voltage to degree Celsius with +/-1C accuracy. Users can easily evaluate the all device features using a Type K thermocouple. The device also supports Types J, T, N, E, B, S and R. Each of these types are evaluated by replacing the Type K Thermocouple connector with the corresponding connectors (not included).

In addition, evaluation board connects to PC via USB interface. Temperature can be data-logged using Microchip Thermal Management Software Graphical User Interface (GUI).
The MCP9904 Temp Sensor Evaluation Board provides the means to demonstrate all of the MCP9904 features, and allows a user to view and modify registers. A user may plot the temperature of the four temperature channels and set alert temperatures associated with those channels. LEDs indicating status information and test points are included to enable system voltages monitoring, using a voltmeter or an oscilloscope. The board requires only one universal serial bus (USB) connection to power the board. The USB-to-SMBus bridge regulates the +5V USB power to +3.3V used by the MCP9904 and other evaluation board circuitry.

The MIC2125/6 Demo Board has been developed to demonstrate the capabilities of the MIC2125/6 device with two adaptive ON-time control architectures:

  • ​Hyper Speed Control (MIC2126)
  • HyperLight Load (MIC2125)


The MIC2125 and MIC2126 Evaluation Boards require only a single power supply with at least 10A current capability. The MIC2125/6 each have an internal VDD LDO, so no external linear regulator is required to power the internal biasing of the IC. In applications with VIN < +5.5V, VDD should be tied to VIN to by-pass the internal linear regulator. The output load can either be a passive or an active load.
The MIC2125/6 Evaluation Boards do not have reverse polarity protection. Applying a negative voltage to the VIN and GND terminals may damage the device. The maximum VIN of the board is rated at 28V.

The MIC2125/6 Demo Board has been developed to demonstrate the capabilities of the MIC2125/6 device with two adaptive ON-time control architectures:
  • Hyper Speed Control (MIC2126)
  • HyperLight Load (MIC2125)
The MIC2125 and MIC2126 Evaluation Boards require only a single power supply with at least 10A current capability. The MIC2125/6 each have an internal VDD LDO, so no external linear regulator is required to power the internal biasing of the IC. In applications with VIN < +5.5V, VDD should be tied to VIN to by-pass the internal linear regulator. The output load can either be a passive or an active load.
The MIC2125/6 Evaluation Boards do not have reverse polarity protection. Applying a negative voltage to the VIN and GND terminals may damage the device. The maximum VIN of the board is rated at 28V.
The MIC2128 Evaluation Board is a constant-frequency, synchronous buck controller
featuring a unique adaptive on-time control architecture. The MIC2128 operates over
an input supply range of 4.5V to 75V. The output voltage is adjustable down to 0.6V
with a guaranteed accuracy of ±1%. The device operates with programmable switching
frequency from 270 kHz to 800 kHz
MIC22950 Evaluation Board was developed to evaluate the capabilities of the MIC22950 high-efficiency 10A integrated switch, synchronous buck (step-down) regulator. The MIC22950 achieves over 95% efficiency while still switching at 2MHz over a broad load range.

The MIC22950 Evaluation Board features turret connectors for input and output power and test points for measuring various signals like Enable, Delay, Power-On Reset and RC.
6A, Buck Regulator with Light Load Efficiency
6A, I2C Controlled Buck Regulator with Light Load Efficiency
The MIC24045 Evaluation Board is designed to serve the MIC24045 device. For the evaluation of the MIC24045 the VIN supply ranges from 4.5V to 19V and output voltage from 0.64V to 5.25V in 5mV, 10mV, 30mV and 50mV steps at 5A. Additionally, and on-board load transient generator circuit and connections for loop gain measurements are provided. A USB connector and a USB cable are provided for board connection with the GUI through the MCP2221 USB to I2C bridge also located on the evaluation board.
The MIC24046 19V, 5A Synchronous Buck Regulator Evaluation Kit is designed to serve the MIC24046 device. For the evaluation of the MIC24046 the VIN supply ranges from 4.5V to 19V and the output voltage is pin programmable from 0.7V to 3.3V at 5A. Additionally, and on-board load transient generator circuit and connections for loop gain measurements are provided.
The MIC28514 Evaluation Board is used to demonstrate high voltage input Step-Down design, which can deliver up to 95% efficiency to a broad range of output voltages. The board accepts up to 75V input voltage, regulating down to 0.8V output voltage. The fitted pin header allows for output voltage selection between: 0.8V, 1.2V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5.0V and 12V. The MIC28514 and the board can be loaded up to 5A continuous output current.
The MIC28515 75V/5A HLL Step Down Evaluation Board allows for the evaluation of the MIC28515 Syncronous Buck Switcher over an input supply range of 4.5V to 75V while providing 5A. The device operates with a programable switching frequency from 270kHz to 800kHz and with two selectable modes: CCM or HLL to improve efficiency at light loads.
​The MIC45212 Current Sharing Ref. Design improves the current capability of the MIC45212 from 14A to 28A while also decreasing the response time and improving load transient response. This is achieved by paralleling two MIC45212 with one working as a master and the other as slave to follow the master's current. Losless sensing is used to maintain high efficiency in heavy load situations while maintaing the current sharing error to less than 5% at more than 15A load. The board features an output voltage of 3.3V and can be powered from 5.5V to 26V.
The MIC45404 Evaluation Board is used to evaluate the MIC45404 Module, which is optimized for high efficiency at low output voltage and incorporates a DC to DC regulator, bootstrap capacitor, high-frequency input capacitor and an inductor. The input voltage range for this board ranges from 4.5V to 19V while the output voltage is pin selectable from 0.7V to 3.3V at 5A. Additionally, an on-board load transient generator circuit and connections for loop gain measurements are provided.
The MIC4609 motor driver evaluation board demonstrates the capabilities of Microchip’s MIC4609 High Voltage, 3-Phase motor gate driver. The evaluation board contains the MIC4609 3-Phase driver, (6) IGBTs configured as a 3-Phase bridge, an overcurrent protection circuit and current/voltage sensing that can be fed back to an external controller for closed loop control of a motor.
The MIC4684 2A Buck Eval Board w/ level sel allows the evaluation of the MIC4684 which is a step down converter with a maximum input voltage of 30V and a maximum output current of 2A.
The MIC5280 is a high performance low dropout regulator, offering a very low noise output with a very wide input voltage operating range, from 4.5V to 120V DC input voltage. Ideal for high input voltage applications such as industrial and telecom, the MIC5280 offers 2% initial accuracy, extremely high power supply rejection ratio (PSRR > 80dB) and low ground current (typically 30µA). The MIC5280 can also be put into a zero-off-mode current state, drawing minuscule amount of current when disabled. The MIC5280 has a very wide input voltage range, with DC rated from –24V to +120V. This wide input range of the MIC5280 makes it ideal for harsh environment applications.

Precautions
The evaluation board does not have reverse polarity protection. Applying a negative voltage lower than –24V to the VIN (J1) terminal may damage the device.  The MIC5280 evaluation board is tailored for a 4.5V to 120V input voltage range. The input voltage range should not exceed 120VDC on the input.
MIC7400/1 Programming Board was designed to demonstrate the MIC7400/1 Power Management IC (PMIC) when programmed by a microcontroller, using an easy-to-understand interface. The board offers increased functionality by the addition of an on-board EEPROM and allows copy, store and also reprogram all the registers in the MIC7400/1 devices.
The MSOP-10 and MSOP-8 Evaluation Board is a bond-out board that allows the system designer to quickly evaluate the operation of Microchip Technology’s devices in any of the following packages:
• MSOP (8- and 10-pin )
• DIP (10 pin)

Note:
• The Evaluation Board can be used as a MSOP- to DIP- converter
• The kit contains 10 blank PCBs
The MTD6501C Daughter Board is a small board with the minimum components that are necessary to operate with the MTD6501C device but it is designed to be used with the ADM00532 motherboard provided by the ADM00575 kit.
The MTD6501D Daughter Board is a small board with the minimum components that are necessary to operate with the MTD6501D device but it is designed to be used with the ADM00532 motherboard provided by the ADM00575 kit.
The MTD6501G Daughter Board is a small board with the minimum components that are necessary to operate with the MTD6501G device but it is designed to be used with the ADM00532 motherboard provided by the ADM00575 kit.

The MTD6505 3-Phase BLDC Sensorless Fan Controller Demonstration Board allows the control and monitoring of the MTD6505 device using PC software connected to the board via a USB connection. The included board software provides several features including VDD control and monitoring, pulse-width modulation (PWM) control, speed and current consumption monitoring. It also allows selecting the RPROG resistor value for fan fitting.

Devices Supported: MTD6505
The MTD6508 Daughter Board is a small board with the minimal required components to operate with the MTD6508 device.
The MTD6508 Daughter Board has been designed to be used with the ADM00633 motherboard, but can also be used as a stand-alone board using its connectors.
The MTD6508 Mother Board allows control of the MTD6508 3-Phase BLDC Sensorless
Fan Controller Daughter Board (ADM00631)
in two ways:
• Directly, by using the keys on the board
• By connecting the MTD6508 Mother Board to a computer via a USB port and controlling
and monitoring the MTD6508 3-Phase BLDC Sensorless Fan Controller
Demonstration Mother Board (ADM00633) device through PC software (the
MTD6508 Demonstration Board Software GUI).
MXT573ABC200M000 ±2.5 ppm Stability 200 MHz LVCMOSTCXO Clock Source Evaluation Board for high speed, low noise clock applications.
The PAC1921 is a dedicated power monitoring device with a configurable analog output. This device is unique in that all power related information is available on the 2-wire/I2C© compatible interface and power, current, or voltage is available on the analog output..  The PAC1921 High-Side Current/Power Sensor Evaluation Board package provides users with the means to exercise device functionality while connected either to target systems (Sys Mode) or while utilizing onboard sources (Demo Mode).
This board enables easy connection of the PAC1934 to power sources and loads for power monitoring and energy metering. On-board current sense resistors for high side current sensing. It has USB connection to PC for power and data, or you may use I2C direct connection to your digital controller. On board square wave current generator for demo purposes. GUI available, detailed User's Guide.
The UCS1003-1 Evaluation Board provides the ability to evaluate the features of the UCS1003-1 USB Port Power Controller with Charger Emulation. The board allows the UCS1003-1 to be tested in different configurations by populating jumpers on specific header locations. The Evaluation Board contains the MCP2221 USB to I2C bridge, which allows communication via USB between the UCS1003-1 and the Graphical User Interface (GUI) running on the PC. The GUI gives read/write access to all UCS1003-1 registers and has advanced evaluation features like:
• real time register monitoring
• graphical display of current and charge delivered to the attached portable device
• easy interface for custom charging emulation configuration registers
• the ability to save and load register configuration
• a demo routine that shows an external controller logic to apply custom emulation profiles and optimize charging current
The UCS1003-2 Evaluation Board is intended for evaluation of stand-alone USB charging. The UCS1003-2 supports popular emulation profiles for Apple, Samsung, and BC1.2 compliant devices. Jumper configurations allow selection of operation for Dedicated Charging Emulation, Charging Downstream Port, Standard Downstream Port, and USB Pass Through.