The ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the latest tinyAVR® microcontrollers. The evaluation kit comes with a fully integrated debugger that provides seamless integration with Atmel Studio.
The ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro is recommended for evaluation of the following products: ATtiny3217, ATtiny3216, ATtiny1617, ATtiny1616, ATtiny1614, ATtiny1607, ATtiny1606 and ATtiny1604.
The ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro evaluation kit does not include extension boards, which can be purchased individually.
ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro currently supports more than 20 extension boards — including wired and wireless connectivity, crypto authentication, QTouch capacitive touch kits as well as generic I/O and OLED boards.
The P4 board serves as an introductory learning tool to get started with Atmel START, Atmel Studio, and all the great peripherals AVR microcontrollers offer. This board comes with 4 push buttons, 4 LEDs, and an LCD screen so users can immediately get started interacting with the analog world as well as the digital. Learn new skills like clock switching, pin toggling (using a single pin as input and output at the same time), and power and memory usage reduction. Whether you are new to AVR devices, 8-bit design, or even programming in general, this board is the perfect way to get started with the added components you need.
Maximizing the value of 20 AVR pins:
2 pins for VDD and GND
1 pin for Unified Programming and Debug Interface (UDPI)
2 pins for 32768 Hz crystal oscillator
4 pins for 4 LEDs and 4 push buttons
3 pins for interface to OLED display
1 pin for SET/RUN slide switch detection
6 pins for connector and I2C bus connection
How to use 1 pin for both driving a LED and detecting a push button
How to switch between oscillators on-the-fly
Use 20 MHz internal oscillator when fast processing is required for driving display
Use 32768 Hz external crystal oscillator when precise timing is needed
Use 32 kHz internal Ultra Low Power (ULP) oscillator otherwise to minimize power consumption
How to use only 3 pins to drive a 128 x 64 OLED display
How to expand each display character on-the-fly to 12 x 16 pixels so it is easy to read but only uses 6 x 8 bits of Flash
How to make a design where part of the circuit can be switched off to minimize power consumption (without accidentally resetting the MCU)
Developing an audio recording and playback system can require a lot of component shopping and circuit board design. Save all that time and effort with a Parrot board that already provides the design and components necessary. With the addition of an external memory device, 8-bit devices may be the perfect solution for your low cost, low power audio needs. The Parrot board uses the AVR microcontroller event system and direct memory access (DMA) peripherals to create an audio storage and playback system that entirely avoids using the CPU after initialization. It also serves as a great method to add audio recording or playback to an existing design.
PIC18F26K83 Plug-In Module (PIM)
Processor Plug-In Modules are small circuit boards to be used with the various Microchip Development Boards to evaluate various MCU families. These plug into the main processor socket of the Development Boards so that different microcontrollers can be used for prototyping, demonstration or development --quickly and easily.
This processor PIM includes a 28-pin PIC18F26K83 MCU sample. The PIM plugs into Automotive Networking Development Board (ADM00716).
This PIM can be used to evaluate the following MCUs: