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SAM E70 Xplained Ultra Evaluation Kit

Part Number: DM320113

Summary:

The SAM E70 Xplained Ultra Evaluation Kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATSAME70 and ATSAMS70 families of microcontrollers (MCU). Supported by both the Studio and MPLAB X integrated development platforms, the kit provide easy access to the features of the ATSAME70 and is a valuable assistant when integrating the device into a custom design.

The Xplained Ultra MCU series

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    ATSAME70Q21B Microcontroller

    • Cortex –M7
    • Max Speed: 300MHz
    • Flash: 2048KB
    • RAM: 384KB

    Memory

    • QSPI: 32Mbit (4MB)
    • External SDRAM: 16Mbit (2MB)
    • Serial EEPROM w/MAC address

    Interfaces:

    • Arduino Mega interface
    • X32+ Mirko interface
    • Modular Ethernet interface (RMII + SPI)
    • Modular Graphics interface
    • Image Sensor Interface Headers (ISI)
    • EXT1/2
    • On board debugger (EBDG + DGI interface)
    • CAN interface
    • Micro SD Card interface
    • 1 User button
    • 1 User LED
    • 5-14V input compatible

Summary

The SAM E70 Xplained Ultra Evaluation Kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATSAME70 and ATSAMS70 families of microcontrollers (MCU). Supported by both the Studio and MPLAB X integrated development platforms, the kit provide easy access to the features of the ATSAME70 and is a valuable assistant when integrating the device into a custom design.

The Xplained Ultra MCU series evaluation kits include an on-board Embedded Debugger, eliminating the need for external tools to program or debug the ATSAME70. The kit offers additional peripherals to extend the features of the board and ease the development of custom designs.

Package Contents

  • SAM E70 Xplained Ultra Development Board
  • Users Guide