The SAM L10 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the ultra-low power SAM L10 Arm® Cortex®-M23 based MCUs. The kit is supported with various demo examples to help you get started and features a mikroBUS™ socket and Xplained Pro extension headers to expand your development with MikroElektronika Click boards™ and Xplained Pro extension kits.
The SAM L11 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the ultra-low power SAM L11 Arm Cortex-M23 based MCUs featuring chip-level security and Arm TrustZone® technology. The kit is supported with various demo examples to help you get started and features a mikroBUS socket and Xplained Pro extension headers to expand your development with MikroElektronika Click boards and Xplained Pro extension kits.
This kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the ultra-low power SAM L21 Arm Cortex-M0+ based MCUs. The board includes embedded current measurement circuitry, with Data Visualizer support for data visualization and power measurement.
This kit is ideal for evaluating the ultra-low power SAM L22 Arm Cortex-M0+ based MCU and comes with a touch segment LCD.
This kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the ultra-low power SAM D5x and SAM E54 Arm Cortex-M4F based MCUs. The board includes embedded current measurement circuitry, with Data Visualizer support for data visualization and power measurement.
This kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the SAM 4L Arm Cortex-M4 processor-based MCUs. The board features an embedded debugger, dedicated circuitry to measure the power consumption of your application, LCD, USB, capacitive touch functionality and much more.
This kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the low-power, high-performance SAM D21 Arm Cortex-M0+ based Flash MCUs.
This kit is ideal for evaluating and prototyping with the SAM G55 Arm Cortex-M4 based MCUs.
This fully integrated 32-bit development platform features the high-performance PIC32MX274 series of MCUs. Software compatible with existing PIC32MX class devices, the PIC32MX274 offers an increase in performance at almost half of the run current, enabling longer-lasting, more feature-rich battery applications.
This board features the PIC32MM “GPL” XLP family of low-cost MCUs. It is a simple and easy-to-use platform that facilitates quick PIC32MM evaluation, experimentation and application prototyping.
This board features the PIC32MM “GPM” XLP family of low-cost microcontrollers. It is a simple and easy-to-use platform that facilitates quick PIC32MM GPM evaluation, experimentation and application prototyping.
This is a powerful development tool for debugging and programming AVR® MCUs using UPDI, JTAG, PDI, debugWIRE, aWire, TPI or SPI target interfaces and Arm Cortex-M based SAM MCUs using JTAG or SWD target interfaces. The Power Debugger streams power measurements and application debug data to the Data Visualizer for real-time analysis.
This tool demonstrates the low-power Arm Cortex-M0+based SAM L21 for wearable applications. It includes the small-sized, fully certified BTLC100 Bluetooth® module and several sensors and uses an Android™ app to display environmental, motion and sensor fusion.
MPLAB® X IDE support all PIC® MCUs and dsPIC® DSCs. It provides a single integrated environment to develop code for embedded microcontrollers. It includes a library of Microchip-validated code examples to get started right away and integrates the MPLAB XC32 compiler while featuring "One Click" Make, Program, Debug/Execute operation.
MPLAB Xpress is an online development environment that contains the most popular features of our award-winning MPLAB X IDE. It is a perfect starting point for new users of PIC microcontrollers with no downloads no machine configuration, and no waiting to get started. Join the MPLAB Xpress Community to share code, ideas, and knowledge.
MPLAB Code Configurator is a free graphical programming environment that generates seamless, easy to understand C code. Using an intuitive interface it enables and configures a rich set of peripherals and functions. It minimizes reliance upon the product data sheet and reduces overall design effort and time while accelerating generation of production-ready code.
MPLAB XC32 provides a comprehensive solution for a project’s development software needs and comes in different optimization levels. It integrates with MPLAB X IDE to provide a full graphical front end. It can edit errors and create breakpoints to match the corresponding lines in source code.
Microchip Studio is the integrated development platform (IDP) for developing and debugging all AVR® and SAM microcontroller applications. Microchip Studio gives you a seamless and easy-to-use environment to write, build and debug your applications written in C/C++ or assembly code. It also connects seamlessly to the debuggers, programmers and development kits that support AVR and SAM devices.
The Data Visualizer is a program to process and visualize data. The Data Visualizer is capable of receiving data from various sources such as the Embedded Debugger Data Gateway Interface (DGI) and COM ports. Track your application's run-time using a terminal graph or oscilloscope, or analyze the power consumption of your application through correlation of code execution and power consumption, when used together with a supported probe or board. Having full control of your code's run-time behavior has never been easier.
Battery Life Estimator is a free software utility to aid you in developing low-power applications with Our low-power microcontrollers. The tool estimates average current consumption and battery life. The utility allows you to select the target device, battery type, the application’s operating conditions, such as voltage and temperature, and model the active and power-down times for your applications.
|AN_42750 - AT14973: SAM L21 Wearable Demo Reference Design User Guide||Download|
|AN_42142 - AT03258: Using Low Power Modes in SAM4E Microcontroller||Download|
|AN_42501 - AT11489: Low Power Techniques for SMART ARM MCUs||Download|
|AN_42160 - AT03498: Low Power Modes in SAM3 Family||Download|
|AN_32093 - AVR32739: Low power software design using 32-bit AVR UC3||Download|
|AN_42056 - AVR3005: Low Power QTouch Design||Download|
|AN2812 - Low-Power Touch Design||Download|
|AN_42154 - AT03782: Using Low Power Modes in SAM4N Microcontroller||Download|
|AN_32136 - AVR32917: Getting started with the picoPower Board||Download|
|AN_42320 - AT04113: How to implement SleepWalking on an ARM Cortex-M4 MCU Application: Step-by-step Project Building Guide||Download|
|AN_42263 - AT07146: Low Power Design Consideration in Thermostat with SAM4L||Download|
|AN_42204 - AT03289: SAM4L Low Power Design with FreeRTOS||Download|
|AN_42412 - AT04296: Low Power Features of SAM L Series Devices||Download|
|AT12815: SAM L21 ADC Sampling using Low-Power Features||Download|
|Atmel AT09886: SAM L22 Getting Started Guide||Download|
|AN_42551 - AT13886: SAM L22 System Clock Management (SYSTEM CLOCK) Driver||Download|
|AN_42400 - AT03976: SAM L21 OPAMP as ADC Gain Amplifier||Download|
|Atmel AT03975: Getting Started with SAM L21||Download|
Introduction to SAM MCU Low Power including low power technology such as Sleep Modes, Power Domains, the Event System, Sleep Walking, and the Peripheral Touch Controller.
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