Posts Tagged ‘development kit’

TI’s CC2650 SensorTag gets three new exciting DevPacks

Friday, June 5th, 2015

Gerard over at 43oh has written up an article on TI’s three new development kits for the new CC2560STK – Audio, watch and debug development packs: A while back I wrote about the new SensorTag CC2650STK which comes with four more sensors than the previous CC2541 SensorTag. While looking through the TI’s SensorTag page,...

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Review of the iCA05 Graphic LCD development kit

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Raj wrote up a review of the iCA05 Graphic LCD development kit. The kit includes a 28pin PIC development board, a 128x64 GLCD, and the cabling required to connect them together. Raj quickly programed the PIC16F886 microcontroller that comes with the board, and was able to get a simple "Hallo...

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DIY ATTiny85 Development Board

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Christopher built an ATTiny85 development board. It has all the microcontroller pins broken out to a 2x4 dual row pinheader, a power indicator LED, and a reset button as well.

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Energy Micro EFM32 low-power development kit giveaway

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

A few weeks ago we posted Pedantite and Viswesr's reviews of the Energy Micro Gecko development board. It uses Energy Micro's own EFM line of low-power ARM Cortex M3 microcontrollers. Low power is the emphasis, and the development boards show the current consumed by each line of code. This week...

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