Electronica Azi & Microchip SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit

Win a Microchip SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit (DM320119) from Electronica Azi and if you don’t win, receive a 20% off voucher, plus free shipping for one of these kits.

The SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit is a hardware platform to evaluate the SAMD21G17D microcontroller. This low-power, high-performance ARM® Cortex®-M0+ based flash microcontroller is ideal for a wide range of home automation, consumer, metering, and industrial applications. It features an ARM Cortex-M0+ CPU running at up to 48MHz, 128KB in-system self-programmable Flash, 16KB SRAM memory and six Serial Communication interfaces (SERCOM), each configurable to operate as either: 12-bit, 350ksps ADC with up to 14 channels or 256-channel capacitive touch and proximity sensing.

The SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Evaluation is supported by the MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and MPLAB Harmony v3 software development framework. The evaluation kit provides easy access to the features of the SAM D21 MCU to integrate the device into a custom design. The evaluation kit is compatible with the Curiosity Nano Base board (Part Number - AC164162) which allows you to quickly scale and prototype your next innovative design using the SAMD21G17D MCU.

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  • Using high-precision architectures enables superior DC performance, regardless of operating conditions
  • Low noise and additional EMI filtering on the inputs provide additional protection in electrically noisy environments
  • Small packages, such as leadless DFNs, are ideal for space-constrained designs
  • A wide operating temperature range of –40°C to +125°C provides a robust solution even at extreme temperatures

Microchip Instrumentation Amplifier with mCAL Technology

The MCP6N11 and MCP6V2x Wheatstone Bridge Reference Design demonstrates the performance of Microchip's MCP6N11 instrumentation amplifier (INA) and a traditional three op amp INA using Microchip's MCP6V26 and MCP6V27 auto-zeroed op amps. The input signal comes from an RTD temperature sensor in a Wheatstone bridge. Real world interference is added to the bridge's output, to provide realistic performance comparisons. Data is gathered and displayed on a PC, for ease of use. The USB PIC® microcontroller and included Graphical User Interface (GUI) provides the means to configure the board and collect sample data.