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Wearables dev board links Maxim’s Cortex-M4F MCU into mbed

Wearables dev board links Maxim’s Cortex-M4F MCU into mbed

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By Graham Prophet



This board was inspired by the Adafruit feather series of boards and it is compatible with many of their peripheral wings. A complete getting-started guide is available at (ARM’s ) developer.mbed.org site with the. The board also includes the MAX14690 wearable PMIC to provide power conversion and battery management. The form factor is a 23 x 52 mm (0.9 in. by 2.0 in.) dual row header footprint that is compatible with breadboards and off-the shelf peripheral expansion boards. On board is a variety of peripherals including a dual-mode Bluetooth module, micro SD card connector, 6-axis accelerometer/gyro, RGB indicator LED, and pushbutton. This provides a power-optimized flexible platform for quick proof-of-concepts and early software development to enhance time to market.

 

Maxim suggests applications in areas such as; fitness monitors, portable medical devices, sensor hubs, sports watches and wearable medical patches. A list of features across the on-board chip set is on the following page.

 

Maxim Integrated; www.maximintegrated.com/en/products/digital/microcontrollers/MAX32630FTHR

 

see also; https://www.edn-europe.com/news/cortex-m4-ultra-low-power-mcus-wearables-maxim

 

 


 

Features

 

MAX32630 MCU

ARM Cortex-M4F, 96 MHz

2048 kB Flash Memory

512 kB SRAM

8 kB Instruction Cache

Full-Speed USB 2.0

Three SPI Masters, One Slave

Three I²C Masters, One Slave

Four UARTS

1-Wire Master

66 GPIO

4 Input 10-Bit ADC

MAX14690 Wearable PMIC

Battery Charger with Smart Selector

Dual Micro IQ Buck Regulators

Three Micro IQ Linear Regulators

Power-On/Off Sequencing Controller

Voltage Monitor Multiplexer

Expansion Connections

Breadboard-Compatible Headers

Micro SD Card Connector

Battery Connector

Micro USB Connector

Integrated Peripherals

RGB Indicator LED

6-Axis Accelerometer/Gyro

Dual-Mode Bluetooth Module

User Pushbutton

mbed HDK Debug Interface

Drag-and-Drop Programming

SWD Debugger

Virtual UART Console

 

 

 

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