The SAMA5D2 Xplained Ultra is a fast prototyping and evaluation platform for the SAMA5D2 series of microprocessors (MPUs). The board includes eMMC and DDR3 memories as well as a rich set of connectivity options. Connectors and expansion headers allows for easy customization and quick access to leading edge embedded features such as the Class D amplifier or the capacitive touch controller (PTC). A Linux distribution and software package allows you to easily get started with your development.
The High-Performance WVGA LCD Display Module with maXTouch® Technology (AC320005-5) is designed for evaluating the Microchip's graphics display solution and graphics library for 32-bit microcontrollers and microprocessors. This board is compatible with both versions of the Multimedia Expansion Board II (DM320005-2 or DM320005-5), as well as with Xplained Pro and Xplained Ultra evaluation kits. This board has a TFT 800 x 480 display with a 24-bit parallel RGB interface with a maXTouch technology capacitive touch interface.
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The J-32 Debug Probe Debugger/Programmer provides affordable, fast and easy debugging and programming for Microchip’s PIC32 and SAM MCU and MPU products. It is fully integrated into Microchip’s powerful MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment and easy-to-use Integrated Programming Environment. Connecting existing hardware is simple as it keeps the Segger J-Link/J-Trace 20-pin debugging connector. A compact form factor and two mounting holes permit the J-32 Debug Probe to mount securely onto development or end-user equipment to support product testing and calibration. J-32 Debug Probe has all the necessary performance and features 32-bit MCU and MPU developers need.
The J-32 Debug Probe is fast and easy to use. This redesigned product features fast downloads from RAM to Flash memory. Run-time data collection is available with bi-directional target communication and built-in virtual COM port functionality which simplifies calibration. Future new product support will always be free with regular software updates. Although the 20-pin header for SAM products is provided, the Debugger Adapter Board (AC102015), sold separately, is available for PIC32 MIPS devices from Microchip Purchasing and Client Services (www.microchip.com/purchase). J-32 Debug Probe is a cost-effective solution to debugging and programming Microchip’s 32-bit MCU and MPU products.
This product is a subset of Segger J-Link Base. Please refer to Segger's J-Link Manual for setup and operational information here.
Native support is available in MPLAB X IDE v5.25 which is available on the Downloads tab on the MPLAB X IDE product page here.
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J-32 Debug Probe is the replacement for MPU and SAM developers who previously developed with the SAM-ICE
Microchip has created and supports a free-of-charge Linux OS offering for our entire portfolio of microprocessors (MPUs). We are committed to the open-source Linux community and provide full coverage of System-on-Chip (SoC) peripherals in the Linux kernel. We also offer AT91Bootstrap and U-Boot bootloaders.
The Linux4SAM website contains links to GitHub repositories containing the source code and documentation for all the software components included in our Linux offering. In addition, we regularly work with the Linux, U-Boot, Yocto Project and Buildroot communities to provide mainline support for all our MPUs.
MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is an expandable, highly configurable software program that incorporates powerful tools to help you discover, configure, develop, debug and qualify embedded designs for most of Microchip’s microcontrollers, microprocessors and digital signal controllers.
MPLAB X IDE works seamlessly with the MPLAB development ecosystem of software and tools, many of which are completely free.
MPLAB X IDE brings a host of features to help you quickly debug your projects and minimize your development time.
All of Microchip’s tools can run on Windows®, macOS®, and Linux® operating systems for maximum workstation flexibility.
MPLAB Harmony v3 provides access to highly-simplified peripheral libraries and device drivers that remove much of the development work from configuring your 32-bit MCU or MPU. It includes the MPLAB Harmony Configurator (MHC) tool, an easy-to-use tool with a GUI that simplifies device setup, library selection, configuration and application development.
The Operating System Abstraction Layer (OSAL) allows you to add an RTOS, such as FreeRTOS, if your project requirements change after initial board bring up.
The MPLAB Harmony framework can be downloaded from the GitHub, or you can use the framework downloader tool from within the MPLAB® X IDE.
ATPL360-EK is an evaluation kit for the PL360 modem from Microchip. The evaluation kit includes two PL360MB smart metering boards, allowing to evaluate the performance of PL360 device in point to point links using Power Line Communication (PLC).
This kit lets designers quickly evaluate and develop code for applications running on the SAM9M10 or the SAM9G45. It is delivered with free packages for Android, Microsoft Windows and Linux to enable rapid application development.
The SAM9X60-EK Evaluation Kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the high performance, ultra-low power SAM9X60 ARM926EJ-S based microprocessor (MPU) running up to 600 MHz. The SAM9X60 MPU features powerful peripherals for connectivity and user interface applications, and offers advanced security functions.
Connectors and expansion headers allows for easy customization and quick access to leading edge embedded features such as Mikroelektronica click boards and Raspberry Pi expansion header.
The kit is supported by mainline Linux distribution as well as bare metal software frameworks and RTOS allowing you to easily get started with your development.
The kit includes an on-board Embedded Debugger, eliminating the need for external tools to program or debug.
The ATSAMA5D27-SOM1-EK1 is a fast prototyping and evaluation platform for the SAMA5D2 based System in Packages (SiPs) and the SAMA5D27-SOM1 (SAMA5D27 System On Module). The kit comprises a baseboard with a soldered ATSAMA5D27-SOM1 module. The module features an ATSAMA5D27C-D1G-CU SIP embedding a 1-Gbit (128 MB) DDR2 DRAM. The SOM integrates a Power Management IC (PMIC), a QSPI memory, a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PHY and a serial EEPROM with a MAC address. 128 GPIO pins are provided by the SOM for general use in the system. The board features a wide range of peripherals, as well as a user interface and expansion options, including two mikroBUS™ click interface headers to support MikroElektronika click boards™ and one PMOD™ interface. Linux distribution and software package allows you to easily get started with your development.
Learn more how to add a WiFi connection to the ATSAMA5D27-SOM1-EK1.
The SAMA5D2-PTC-EK is used to develop and evaluate capacitive touch controls using the Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC) module contained in the SAMA5D2 MPU family. The PTC provides built-in hardware for capacitive touch measurement on sensors that function as buttons, sliders, wheels or a touch pad. The PTC supports both self and mutual-capacitance measurements, up to an 8x8 button matrix, without the need for any external components. Features include adjustments for sensitivity and noise tolerance, as well as self-calibration, minimizing user tuning efforts. The PTC runs the QTouch Modular Library (QTML). A GUI-based PTC Toolbox software program is used to configure the touch features. QTouch extension boards QT1, QT2 and QT6 attach to the PTC-EK's XPRO wing connectors to demonstrate buttons, sliders, wheels and touch pad operation.
The DM320108-BNDL bundle consists of the SAMA5D2-PTC-EK development board and ATQT1-XPRO - QT1 Xplained Pro extension kit.
The SAMA5D2-PTC-EK is used to develop and evaluate capacitive touch controls using the Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC) module contained in the SAMA5D2 MPU family. The PTC provides built-in hardware for capacitive touch measurement on sensors that function as buttons, sliders, wheels or a touch pad. The PTC supports both self and mutual-capacitance measurements, up to an 8x8 button matrix, without the need for any external components. Features include adjustments for sensitivity and noise tolerance, as well as self-calibration, minimizing user tuning efforts.
The PTC runs the QTouch Modular Library (QTML). A GUI-based PTC Toolbox software program is used to configure the touch features.
QTouch XPRO extension boards ATQT1-XPRO, ATQT2-XPRO and ATQT6-XPRO can be plugged into the SAMA5D2-PTC-EK's XPRO wing connectors to demonstrate buttons, sliders, wheels and touch pad operation.
The SAMA5D3 Xplained is a fast prototyping and evaluation platform for microprocessor-based design. The board comes with a rich set of ready to use connectivity and storage peripherals and expansion headers for easy customization. A Linux distribution and software package gets you evaluating fast. A USB device connector can be used to power the board as well as programming and debugging it.
The SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra is a member of Xplained fast prototyping and evaluation platforms. The board is based on the SAMA5D4 microprocessor and comes with a rich set of ready-to-use connectivity, an LCD and HDMI interface, an embedded debug interface unit, as well as storage peripherals and expansion headers for easy customization. A Linux distribution and software package gets you evaluating fast. A USB device connector can be used to power the board as well as to program and debug it.
SAM-BA software provides an open set of tools for in-system programming of internal and external memories connected to our 32-MCUs and MPUs. You can program your device through the JTAG, debug UART or USB interfaces. If you use the MPU’s secure boot feature, you should use the Secure SAM-BA edition.
The latest generations of MPUs are supported on SAM-BA v3 available on the GitHub.
For MCUs and legacy MPUs the latest versions of SAM-BA v2 can be downloaded from the documents tab.
With the SAM-BA monitor residing in on-chip non-volatile memory, you can use SAM-BA as a tool to re-program the MPU or 32-bit MCU, without connecting to the debugger.
If you use the secure boot feature of Microchip’s MPUs, you should use the Secure SAM-BA edition.
These software packages deliver a set of C drivers that run on the evaluation kits and exercise all peripherals. They are also very useful for board bring up as well as quick prototyping. They consist of drivers, software services and libraries.
Each software module for a Microchip MPU includes full source code, application examples, rich HTML documentation and ready-to-use projects for the GNU GCC and IAR EWARM compilers.
You can download the latest software packages and participate in the development on GitHub.