Future Electronics’ free-board programme adds  Atmel 8- and 32-bit MCU kits

Future Electronics’ free-board programme adds Atmel 8- and 32-bit MCU kits

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The ATMEGA168-XMINI is a flexible for users of the ATmega168 MCU, providing an on-board debugger, a large prototyping area with connections to all the MCU’s pins, and a footprint for an optional Arduino shield connector. The board is automatically detected by the Atmel Studio development environment on power-up.

The ATSAMD21-XPRO and ATSAMR21-XPRO boards provide a feature-rich hardware environment for developers working with ARM Cortex-M0+ based MCUs. The boards may be easily extended with Atmel I/O1 Xplained Pro, OLED1 Xplained Pro, QT1 Xplained Pro, and PROTO1 Xplained Pro extension boards, enabling designers to quickly build a realistic application environment in which to experiment with the capabilities of the microcontroller. Both boards include a debugger, and are powered over USB.

The new boards are available to members of the FTM Board Club (at, a website provided by Future Electronics (EMEA) to offer OEM engineers easy access to free evaluation, development and prototyping boards. Any OEM engineer starting development of a new or substantially enhanced product design may apply for a free development board at the FTM Board Club.

The newly introduced boards strengthen the site’s offering of Atmel boards, extending the number of leading component manufacturers which provide a comprehensive portfolio of free development and evaluation boards there.

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