EV35L43A AVR128DB48 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit

EV35L43A AVR128DB48 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit

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Microchip Technology’s AVR128DB48 is a development board that users can keep in their pocket

Users can take their next idea to market with a Microchip Technology development board that can be kept in a pocket. With full program and debug capabilities, the AVR128DB48 Curiosity Nano evaluation kit offers complete support for the next design.

Use either Atmel Studio 7 or MPLAB7® X IDEs as a magnifying glass to investigate MCU and step through the debug. Free, easy-to-use graphical programming tools, Atmel START and MPLAB code configurator (MCC), allow users to program the target MCU intuitively.

  • On-board debugger
    • Board identification in Atmel studio and Microchip MPLAB X
    • One green power and status LED
    • Programming and debugging
    • Virtual serial port (CDC)
    • Two logic analyzer channels (debug GPIO)
  • USB or externally powered
  • Adjustable target voltage
    • MIC5353 LDO regulator controlled by the on-board debugger
    • 1.8 V to 5.1 V output voltage (limited by USB input voltage)
    • 500 mA maximum output curren
  • AVR128DA48 microcontroller
    • Multi-voltage I/O (MVIO)
    • Three integrated operational amplifiers (op amps)
  • One mechanical user switch
  • One yellow user LED
  • One 32.768 kHz crystal
  • One 16 MHz crystal

more information: https://www.microchip.com/en-us/development-tool/EV35L43A

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