The new suite of Apollo MCUs is based on the 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 floating point microcontroller and redefines ‘low power’ with energy consumption that is typically five to ten times lower than that of MCUs of comparable performance (thanks to Ambiq’s patented Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology platform).
On-board user interfaces include three user pushbuttons, an MCU reset pushbutton, four user LEDs, and a serial-wire-debug activity LED. The baseboard also includes four female expansion card connectors in individual 2×14 pin arrays, which also function as header test points. The baseboard also features an additional right-angle 2×14 header connector for attaching smaller expansion cards.
The evaluation board integrates an on-board hardware debugger together with a complete SDK. In addition, the system also comes with FreeRTOS, all the necessary hardware drivers, plus a wide selection of code examples to enable quick and effective hardware and software evaluation, development, debug and prototyping.
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And last month’s winners are…
In our previous reader offer, Maxim Integrated was giving away 10 of its “Beyond-the-Rails™” precision, low-noise, low-drift, MAX44267 dual operational amplifier evaluation kits, worth approximately 50 US-$ each.
Lucky winners include:
Mr M. Burgheaua from Romania, Mr E. J. de Jong from the Netherlands, Mr E. Kiss from Hungary, Mr M Müller from Germany, Mr J. Pattyn and Mr M. Windels from Belgium, Mr L. Pestana from Portugal, Mr V. Popov from Bulgaria, Mr J. Sandberg from Denmark, and Mr M. Timms from the UK.
All should be receiving their packages soon. Let’s wish them some interesting findings with their projects.
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