With the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT), design cycles continue to shorten, making it important to find solutions that require minimal engineering overhead, allowing for faster time to market. The open-source nature of FreeRTOS, an operating system well suited for microcontrollers (MCUs), enables low-power edge devices to be easily programmed, connected to, secured and managed. FreeRTOS provides a platform which includes a suite of connectivity and security libraries that help you develop smart edge nodes without operating system costs. These validated libraries reduce your design risk and design time allowing you to focus your development resources on creating differentiated applications. To serve this fast-paced market, we provide MCU-based hardware that supports FreeRTOS and includes a robust integrated development environment and toolchain to get your design connected to the cloud quickly.
The Curiosity PIC32MZ EF 2.0 Development Board provides you with the freedom to develop a variety of applications, including Bluetooth® audio, CAN, graphics/user interfaces, Internet of Things (IoT), robotics and proof-of-concept designs. It includes an integrated programmer and debugger and requires no additional hardware to get started.
With its connectivity options, this ready-to-use evaluation kit is easy to connect to Amazon Web Services (AWS) for users developing edge node applications using FreeRTOS and its associated security and connectivity libraries. The SAM E54 Xplained Pro Board is driven by a low-power Arm® Cortex®-M4 based SAM E54 microcontroller (MCU) running at 120 MHz.
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The SAM E70 Xplained Ultra Evaluation Kit and the LAN8720 PHY Daughter Board provide network connectivity to provide a baseline development platform for applications using FreeRTOS and the associated security and connectivity libraries provided by Amazon. If your application requires a secure connection and key storage, you can also easily add one of our ATECC60xx secure elements to the SAM E70 Xplained Ultra Board.
|ATECC608A CryptoAuthentication Device Summary Data Sheet|
|Product||Status||Automotive Recommended||5K Pricing||CPU Type||Architecture||Max CPU Speed (MHz)||Program Memory Size (KB)||SRAM (KB)||DRAM Interface||Data EEPROM/HEF (Bytes)||Auxiliary Flash (KB)||SDIO/SD-CARD/eMMC||Temperature Range||Operation Voltage Range||Graphics Controller/GPU||Direct Memory Access Channels||ADC Input||Max ADC Resolution (Bits)||Number of DACs||USB Interface||Number of USB Modules||Number of Comparators||Timers||Capture/Compare/PWM Peripherals||Motor Control PWM Outputs||UART/SPI/I2C||Number of Op Amps||I2S||Peripheral Pin Select / Pin Muxing||Vbat/Vddbu battery backup||Low Power||External Memory Bus Interface||QSPI||Quadrature Encoder Interface||Crypto Engine||Hardware Touch Peripheral||Number of CAN Modules||Type of CAN module||Ethernet||Pin count||Packages|
|ATSAME54P20A||In Production||Yes||$5.28||Cortex-M4F||32||120||1024||256||No||0||0||2||-40 to 125||1.71V - 3.6V||32||32||12||1||Full Speed||1||2||13 x 16-bit 5 x 32-bit||0 -Std. PWM 32-bit PWM resolutions 17 -Input Capture||17||8 -UART 8 -SPI 8 -I2C||0||1||Yes||No||Yes||No||1||0||Yes||PTC||2||CAN-FD||10/100 Base-TX Mac||128||120/TFBGA, 128/TQFP|
|ATSAME70Q21||In Production||No||$10.43||Cortex-M7||32||300||2048||384||sdram||0||0||1||-40 to 105||1.7V - 3.6V||No||24||24||12||1||High Speed||1||1||12 x 16-bit 0 x 32-bit||24 -Std. PWM 16-bit PWM resolutions 24 -Input Capture||16||8 -UART 5 -SPI 3 -I2C||0||3||Yes||No||No||No||1||4||Yes||2||CAN-FD||Ethernet AVB||144||144/LFBGA, 144/LQFP, 144/UFBGA|
|PIC32MZ2048EFM144||In Production||Yes||$9.35||32-bit MIPS MCU||32||200||2048||512||No||0||160||0||-40 to 125||2.2V - 3.6V||No||8||48||12||0||High Speed||1||2||9 x 16-bit 4 x 32-bit||9 -Std. PWM 32-bit PWM resolutions 9 -Input Capture||0||6 -UART 6 -SPI 5 -I2C||0||6||Yes||No||No||No||1||0||Yes||2||CAN||10/100 Base-TX Mac||144||144/LQFP, 144/TFBGA, 144/TQFP|