Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE:FSL) is a global leader in embedded processing solutions, providing industry leading products that are advancing the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets. From microprocessors and microcontrollers to sensors, analog integrated circuits and connectivity – their technologies are the foundation for the innovations that make the world greener, safer, healthier and more connected. Some of Freescale's key applications and end-markets include automotive safety, hybrid and all-electric vehicles, next generation wireless infrastructure, smart energy management, portable medical devices, consumer appliances and smart mobile devices. The company is based in Austin, Texas, and has design, research and development, manufacturing and sales operations around the world.
Take your design to the next level with the Freescale Tower System Freescale's development platform saves you months of development time now and in the future through rapid prototyping and tool re-use.
Interchangeable and reusable modules along with open source design files make it easy to customize your design and reduce low level design giving you more time to focus on differentiated solutions.
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Freescale CRTOUCH Xtrinsic Touch-Sensing Platform is the industry's first solution that combines 4- and 5-wire resistive screen controller with basic gesture recognition and up to four capacitive touch sensing electrodes, all encompassed in a single IC. This Freescale touch-sensing platform provides all the signal interfacing and processing to calculate X and Y coordinates as well as to detect and process two touch gestures for human-machine interface applications. CRTOUCH allows the implementation of technologies reducing space, software development cost, and time to market.
Freescale's TWR-K20D50M K20 Tower System Module is a development board for the Kinetis K10 and K20 50MHz 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M4 MCUs and provides rapid prototyping for applications requiring high feature integration and low power consumption. The TWR-K20D50M operates as a standalone debug tool and can also be combined and used as part of the modular Tower System development platform.
Freescale Automotive Switch Modules offer smart high side switching for bulbs, Xenon-HID, and LEDs. Freescale Automotive Switch Modules deliver multiple switched outputs, programmable via a 16-bit SPI interface. The modules are PWM capable and have a maximum perating supply voltage of 20V.
Freescale i.MX 6 Development Boards feature scalable multicore ARM Cortex-A9 processors which inlude single, dual, and quadcore families. Freescale i.MX 6 Development Boards deliver power efficient processing capabilities, leading edge 3D and 2D graphics, as well as high definition video, in order to enable the next generation of user experience.
Freescale MMPF0100 Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) is designed for use with i.MX6 applications processors and provides a highly programmable/configurable architecture, with fully integrated power devices and minimal external components. PF0100 PMIC offers up to six buck converters, six linear regulators, RTC supply, and coin-cell charger. The device is able to provide power for a complete system, including applications processors, memory, and system peripherals, in a wide range of applications. With on-chip One Time Programmable (OTP) memory, the PF0100 is available in pre-programmed standard versions or non-programmed to support custom programming.
KITPF0100EPEVBE is an evaluation board for PF0100 in a standalone environment. The board allows the user to evaluate PF0100 device under specific operating parameters through the integrated USB to I2C communication and the graphical user interface (GUI) software. The PF series programmer is a development tool designed to provide easy configuration of PF series devices and to facilitate programming the device’s one-time programmable (OTP) registers.
Freescale's Kinetis KL02 CSP ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU is the world's smallest ARM powered MCU which is built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor and combines the world's smallest package size with unparalleled energy-efficiency and feature integration. This MCU package uses 25% less PCB area than the nearest competing product with 60% more GPIO. Energy-saving architecture is optimized for low power with 90nm TFS technology, clock and power gating techniques, low power boot option, bit manipulation engine, peripheral bridge crossbar and zero wait state flash memory controller. Several, flexible power modes fit for different application use cases designed to maximize battery life. It also includes a rich mix of connectivity, analog and timers not found in any other MCU of it's kind.
Freescale has expanded their offering of Kinetis-K Cortex-M4 Microcontrollers to include additional flash memory sizes, internal memory sizes, packages and additional peripheral options. These new MCUs include more of the K20 USB, K40 USB & Segment LCD, K50 Measurement, K60 Ethernet Crypto, and K70 Graphic LCD MCUs.
Freescale's RDFXWIN8USB 12-Axis Xtrinsic Sensor Platform is a complete hardware and software solution that fuses accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope data using a Freescale ColdFire+ MCU for high quality. Optimal sensor fusion provides ease of integration for streamlined development including hardware and software that supports Microsoft®. Targeted for use in tablets, slates, laptops and other mobile devices, Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system expands capabilities for running smartphone and tablet applications with the computing power of a personal computer.
Freescale Xtrinsic MMA8491Q 3-Axis Accelerometer is an ultra-low-power tilt sensor that enables smart meters, home appliances, asset tracking applications and remote controls through integrated tilt algorithms and auto-on/auto-sleep energy-efficient operation housed in a specialized industrial package. Freescale Xtrinsic MMA8491Q accelerometer is simple, yet robust with reduced system and implementation cost for reduced development time. Its unique single sample and hold measurement method allows for ease of use. Software algorithm development is not required since the internal degree tilt calculation and results are provided by the CMOS I/O.
Xtrinsic MMA8491Q accelerometer operates with reduced power consumption by intelligently determining when the application should operate at a low-power mode or shut off, prolonging battery life. The tilt detection is used to enable/disable host systems or trigger actions, which reduces duty cycles and saves power. Setup is not required since the auto-on provides a short wait to the first data out, reducing average power consumption to less than one micro amp. Without software load on the core system, more sleep time is possible on the host, which also saves power.
Freescale is offering three Development Tools (RDMMA8491, LFSTBEB8491,
and DEMOMMA8491) to help with the design phase of the MMA8491Q 3-Axis
Accelerometer. Freescale's MMA8491Q is an ultra-low-power tilt sensor that enables smart meters, home appliances, asset tracking applications, gaming and remote controls through auto-on/auto-sleep energy-efficient operation housed in a specialized industrial package. The Xtrinsic MMA8491Q accelerometer is simple, yet robust with reduced system and implementation cost for reduced development time.
Freescale's MMA865x Xtrinsic 3-Axis, 10 or 12-bit Digital Accelerometers are 12-bit (MMA8652FC) and 10-bit (MMA8653FC) low-power, low-noise accelerometers that offer a wide range of performance for portable devices. At only 2 x 2 mm, they have a 56 percent smaller volume than previous Freescale accelerometers, and with a 1 mm height are ideal for low-profile applications. The MMA865x accelerometers have greatly optimized the overall system power consumption to be best in class. The MMA865x 3-axis accelerometers have six user configurable sample rates that can be set over a wide range from 1.5 to 800 samples per second. The operating current is proportional to the sample rate. The power scheme contains normal mode and low-power operational modes. FIFO allows for smarter system power management that contributes over 96 percent savings of the system power consumption when using the i.MX processor.
Freescale i.MX233 Applications Processors are based on the ARM926EJ-S™, can run at speeds up to 454MHz and are targeted for cost sensitive consumer applications. The power management unit (PMU) integrates a DC-DC switching converter and multiple linear regulators to provide power sequencing for the device itself and drive I/O peripherals such as memories and SD cards as well as providing battery charging capability for Li-Ion batteries. The i.MX233 also integrates mixed signal analog audio with a 1.5W Mono speaker amplifier, a stereo headphone DAC with 99dB Signal-to-Noise ratio and stereo ADC with 85dB Signal-to-Noise ratio with integrated amplifiers.
Freescale's MRFE6VP61K25H Wideband RF Power LDMOS MOSFETs are high ruggedness devices that are designed for use in high VSWR industrial (including laser and plasma exciters), broadcast (analog and digital), aerospace and radio/land mobile applications. They are unmatched input and output designs allowing wide frequency range utilization, between 1.8 and 600 MHz. Features include devices can be used in either a single-ended or in a push-pull configuration, are suitable for linear application with appropriate biasing, and these devices have an integrated ESD protection with greater negative gate-source voltage range for improved Class C operation.
Freescale's MRFE6S9125N Lateral N-Channel RF Power MOSFET is designed for broadband commercial and industrial applications with frequencies up to 1000 MHz. Freescale's MRFE6S9125N is characterized with series equivalent large-signal impedance parameters, and is internally matched for ease of use, it has an integrated ESD protection, and comes in a 225ºC capable plastic package. The high gain and broadband performance of these devices make them ideal for large-signal, common-source amplifier applications in 28 volt base station equipment.
Freescale MRF8S9200 Lateral N-Channel RF Power MOSFET is designed for CDMA base station applications with frequencies from 920 to 960 MHz. Features include that it is characterized with series equivalent large-signal impedance parameters and common source S-parameters, is internally matched for ease of use, has integrated ESD protection, and has a greater negative gate-source voltage range for improved Class C operation. It can be used in Class AB and Class C for all typical cellular base station modulation formats.
Freescale MMA20312B Class AB HBT Amplifier is a 2-stage high efficiency, Class AB InGaP HBT amplifier that is designed for use as a linear driver amplifier in wireless base station applications as well as an output stage in femtocell or repeater applications. It is suitable for applications with frequencies from 1800 to 2200 MHz such as TD-SCDMA, PCS, UMTS and LTE. The amplifier is housed in a cost-effective, surface mount QFN plastic package.
Freescale's MRFE6VP8600H LDMOS N-Channel Broadband RF Power MOSFET is designed for broadband operation from 470 to 860 MHz. This device has an integrated input matching network for better power distribution. The Freescale MRF6VP8600H is capable of handling 65:1 VSWR through all phase angles at 50 VDC, 860 MHz, has an exception efficiency for Class AB analog or digital television operation, has an integrated input matching, enables fast, easy and complete shutdown of the amplifier, and has an extended negative gate-source voltage range of -6.0 V to +10 V. These devices are ideally suited for use in analog or digital television transmitters.
Freescale MRF6VP3450H Lateral N-Channel Broadband RF Power MOSFET is designed for broadband commercial and industrial applications with frequencies from 470 to 860 MHz. Features include that it is capable of handling 10:1 VSWR in all phase angles at 50 VDC, 860 MHz, is characterized with series equivalent large-signal impedance parameters, has integrated ESD protection, is internally input matched for ease of use, is designed for push-pull operation, and has greater negative gate-source voltage range for improved Class C operation. The high gain and broadband performance of these devices make them ideal for large-signal, common-source amplifier applications in 50 volt analog or digital television transmitter equipment.
Freescale's MRF6V3090N Broadband RF Power LDMOS MOSFET is designed for commercial and industrial broadband applications with frequencies from 470 to 860 MHz. Features include that it is capable of handling 10:1 VSWR in all phase angles at 50 VDC, 860 MHz, is characterized with series equivalent large-signal impedance parameters, has integrated ESD protection, internally matched for ease of use, has excellent thermal stability, and has greater negative gate-source voltage range for improved Class C operation.
Freescale's MRF6Vx Lateral N-Channel Broadband RF Power MOSFETs are
designed for use in high VSWR industrial (including laser and plasma
exciters), broadcast (analog and digital), aerospace and radio/land
mobile applications. They are unmatched input and output designs
allowing wide frequency range utilization, between 1.8 and 600 MHz. They
can be used single-ended or in a push-pull configuration and are
suitable for linear applications with appropriate biasing. These RF
MOSFETs are capable of handling a load mismatch of 65:1 VSWR, a 50 VDC,
230 MHz at all phase angles.
Freescale's MRF6V12500 Pulse Lateral N-Channel RF Power MOSFET is designed for applications operating at frequencies between 960 and 1215 MHz. Features include devices that are internally matched for ease of use, qualified up to a maximum of 50 VDD operation, integrated ESD protection, and they have greater negative gate-source voltage range for improved Class C operation. This device is suitable for use in pulse applications.
Freescale MRF15xx Lateral N-Channel Broadband RF Power MOSFETs are designed for broadband commercial and industrial applications with frequencies of 175 MHz (MRF1511NT1) or 520 MHz (MRF1535NT1). The high gain and broadband performance of these devices make them ideal for large–signal, common source amplifier applications in 7.5 volt (MRF1511NT1) or 12.5 volt (MRF1535NT1) portable FM equipment.
The Freescale MCZ33903 System Basic Chip are devices in the second generation family of System Basis Chips. It combines several features and enhanced module designs. The device works as an advanced power management unit for the MCU and additional integrated circuits such as sensors and CAN transceivers. It has a built-in enhanced high-speed CAN interface (ISO11898-2 and -5), with local and bus failure diagnostics, protection and fail-safe operation mode. The SBC may include zero, one or two LIN 2.1 interfaces with LIN output pin switches. Typical applications include body controller, gateway, seat & door module, lighting control module, column module, HVAC, trailer, seat belt pretensioner, electrical parking brake, fuel pump, water pump, glow plug, and low end engine management.
Freescale Freedom development platform is a small, low-power, cost-efficient evaluation and development system for quick application prototyping and demonstration based on the Kinetis L Series, the industry's first microcontrollers built on the ARM® Cortex™-M0+ processor. The Freescale Freedom development platform combines an industry-standard form factor with a rich set of third-party expansion board options. This development platform speeds development of a variety of applications, such as small appliances, gaming accessories, portable medical systems, audio systems, smart meters, lighting and power control. Freescale Freedom development platform allows designers to leverage 32-bit capabilities and the scalability needed to expand future product lines, all at 8- and 16-bit price and power consumption levels. Freescale Freedom development platform is form-factor compatible with popular third-party hardware designed to work with Arduino™ and Arduino-compatible boards, providing engineers the "freedom" to connect to a broader range of expansion boards to achieve even greater technological breakthroughs.
Freescale Kinetis K1xD / K2xD 50MHz Cortex™-M4 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) are new K-series devices with low pin count and mid/high embedded memory densities. Freescale K1xD / K2xD MCUs offer embedded memory densities ranging from 192KB to 512KB of flash and optional 64KB of FlexNVM. K1xD / K2xD MCUs are optimized for cost-sensitive applications requiring low-power and processing efficiency with optional tamper detect and security features. These Freescale devices expand the highly scalable Kinetis portfolio of low-power devices while keeping full software, hardware, and development tools compatibility.
Freescale Kinetis L Series Microcontroller is an entry-level 32-bit MCU family built on the ARM® Cortex™-M0+ core. It combines exceptional energy efficiency and ease-of-use with the performance, peripheral sets, enablement and scalability of the Kinetis 32-bit MCU portfolio, while leveraging the inherent low-power and
high-performance features of the ARM Cortex architecture. Manufactured using Freescale's low-leakage, 90 nm thin film storage (TFS) process technology, the Kinetis L series frees power-critical designs from 8- and 16-bit MCU limitations by combining excellent dynamic and stop currents with superior processing performance. A broad selection of on-chip flash memory densities and extensive analog, connectivity and HMI peripheral options enable increased energy efficiency and intelligence for a range of applications, including battery-operated
devices, medical systems, smart meters and motor control systems.
Freescale FSLBOT Xtrinsic Sensor Wireless Mechatronics Robot is an easy-to-use mechatronics development and demonstration platform for the Freescale's Robot Kit operating with the TWR-MECH Board. This toolset allows for experiments in the science of combining mechanics, electronics, and software into an integrated system. The TWR-MECH is programmable in C/C++ using CodeWarrior and an on-board Open-Source BDM flash programming tool. For fast prototyping or for individuals without C/C++ experience, the Tower System Mechatronics Board is supported by the Robot Vision Toolkit and RobotSee--a language as simple as BASIC with the power of C.
Freescale TWR-P1025 Processor Module allows for simple and cost-effective evaluation and development with the QorIQ P1025 dual-core processor. TWR-P1025 can be operated as a stand-alone single board computer or a Tower System rapid prototyping development platform. The P1025 processor offers dual high-performance CPU cores running up to 533 MHz, a large L2 cache, a DDR3 memory controller, a PCIe controller, and an array of integrated I/O controllers supporting a wide range of industrial and networking protocols and connectivity options. It also features a protocol offload engine that eliminates the need for an external industrial protocol FPGA/ASIC in the system.
Freescale S12G128 / S12G96 microcontrollers (MCUs) are part of the MC9S12G family of 16-bit devices focused on low cost, high performance, and low pin count for automotive applications. S12G128 and S12G96 MCUs bridge the gap between high-end 8-bit MCUs and high-performance 16-bit MCUs. The Freescale MC9S12G family targets automotive applications requiring CAN or LIN/SAE J2602 communication, including body controllers, occupant detection, door modules, seat controllers, RKE receivers, smart actuators, lighting modules, and smart junction boxes. These Freescale devices feature error correction code (ECC) on flash memory, a fast analog-to-digital converter (ADC), and a frequency modulated phase locked loop (IPLL) that improves the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) performance. TWR-S12G128 and TWR-S12G128-KIT are a demonstration board and demo board kit for the S12G128. TWR-S12G128 operates as a standalone debug tool and can also be combined and used as part of the modular Tower System development platform.
Freescale Kinetis K10 / K20 / K30 / K40 / K5x 72MHz Cortex™-M4 microcontrollers (MCUs) are low-power 32-bit devices with high precision analog, connectivity, and scalability. Freescale Kinetis 72MHz MCUs consume approximately 270uA/MHz in run mode with a maximum frequency of 72MHz and a variety of low-power modes down to 1.45uA. These Kinetis 72MHz MCUs range from 64KB of flash memory up to 256KB of flash memory and feature high-precision analog, FlexMemory, and rich user-interface peripherals, as well as USB connectivity. The integrated analog measurement engine includes two independent 16-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) that provide up to 1MSPS in 12-bit mode and up to 14.5 ENOB for 16-bit differential input conversions. Each ADC has a programmable gain amplifier (up to 64x), allowing high-precision measurement of a wide input signal dynamic range. A high level of flexibility and reconfigurability make these Kinetis devices ideal for a wide variety of industrial and consumer applications.
The Freescale TWR-PXS3020-KIT is a part of the Freescale Tower System portfolio which uses the 32-Bit Power Architecture® embedded microcontrollers designed for safety critical applications. This kit can be used as a stand-alone single board computer (SBC) and as a part of the Freescale Tower System rapid prototyping development platform. Choose from a variety of configurable hardware and software options to support your target application. The PXS30, a SafeAssure solution, has dual core architecture and built-in hardware redunancy that makes it ideal for safety application. Each core can run independently for increased performance. This kit also contains the Tower System Serial Module (TWR-SER) and Tower System Elevator Modules (TWR-ELEV).
Freescale EVBCRTOUCH Touch Sensing Platform Evaluation Board is a low cost development board that allows quick connection between any standard 4- and 5-wire resistive screen. This Freescale evaluation board also features four capacitive electrodes, enabling a quick ramp up. The EVBCRTOUCH board also provides a USB to Serial bridge to allow a connection to any host Processor or PC via USB. The integrated CRTOUCH resistive touch screen controller enables 4-wire resistive touch screens to handle basic gesture recognition. CRTOUCH also allows the addition of up to 4 capacitive electrodes to your system. It supports 4-wire and 5-wire touch screens and communicates over UART and IIC communication protocols.
Freescale i.MX 6 Series Processors unleash a scalable multicore platform that includes single-, dual-, and quadcore families based on the ARM® Cortex™-A9 architecture for next-generation consumer, industrial and automotive applications. By combining the power-efficient processing capabilities of the ARM Cortex-A9 architecture with bleeding edge 3D and 2D graphics, as well as high-definition video, the Freescale Semiconductor i.MX 6 Series Processors provide a new level of multimedia performance to enable an unbounded next generation user experience.
Freescale's MC13892 Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) for i.MX35/51 integrates many discrete functions into one IC. It is also compatible with the i.MX27, i.MX31 and i.MX37 application processors which target personal media players and personal navigation devices. It incorporates, a battery charging system including USB charging and wall charging, 10 Bit ADC plus Coulomb counter for battery chargefuel gauging, 4 adjustable buck converters for powering processor core and memory, and 12 adjustable LDO's with internal/external pass devices. It also includes 2 boost converters for LCD backlighting and RGB LED driving, serial backlighting drivers for display, and keypad and RGB LED drivers. It is intended for interfacing with Freescale i.MX processors or any other device - system needing a highly integrated, bi-directional power management, I/O, and communications device.
Freescale's MC34708 Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) for iMX50/53 represents a complete system power solution in a single package. These are designed specifically for use with the Freescale i.MX50/53 families. The MC34708 integrates six multi-mode buck regulators and eight LDO regulators for direct supply of the processor core, memory and peripherals. Included on the IC are an integrated switching charger, integrated coulomb, USB switch, integrated real time clock, coin cell charger, a 16- channel 10-bit ADC, 5V USB Boost regulator, two PWM outputs, touch-screen interface, status LED drivers and four GPIOs.
Freescale's PX Series 32-Bit Power Architecture® Microcontrollers are system-on-chip devices that are built on Power Architecture® technology and contain enhancements that improve the architecture's fit in embedded applications, include additional instruction support for digital signal processing (DSP) and integrate technologies such as an enhanced time processor unit, enhanced queued analog-to-digital converter, Controller Area Network, and an enhanced modular input-output system. The PX Series family of 32-bit microcontrollers is the latest achievement in integrated safety controllers. The advanced and cost-efficient host processor core of the PX Series family complies with the Power Architecture® embedded category. It operates at speeds as high as 120 MHz and offers high-performance processing optimized for low power consumption.
Freescale's TWR-PXS3020 module is part of the Freescale Tower System, a modular development platform that enables rapid prototyping and tool re-use through reconfigurable hardware. Features for this module include high-performance 180 MHz e200z7 dual cores, dual processing spheres (CPU, DMA, interrupt controller, crossbar and MPU), two statically configurable modes of operation (Lockstep or Dual Parallel), fault collection unit monitors and manages fault events, and error correction coding on RAM and flash memory allows detection/correction of memory errors.
The Freescale TWR-PXS2010 is a development board for the PXS20 family of 32-bit Power Architecture® microcontrollers. It features the MPXS20VLQ120 device and targets industrial applications which require compliance with IEC 61508 (SIL 3) safety standard. The TWR-PXS2010 operates as a standalone debug tool and can also be combined and used as part of the modular Tower System development platform.
The Freescale TWR-MPC8309 is a MPC8309 PowerQUICC® development tool using Freescale's Tower System, a modular, reusable platform that allows designers to get to market faster with packaged boards, tools and runtime software. Utilizing the Tower System rapid prototyping platform with MQX™ support allows a smooth migration path from Freescale microcontrollers to this 835DMIPS Power Architecture® processor featuring an industrial protocol offload engine that can eliminate the need for an external protocol FPGA/ASIC. TWR-MPC8309 can be used in a stand-alone, system-on-module (SoM) connected over primary elevator or tower prototyping development configuration.
The Freescale TWR-MEM-PISMO provides access to a PISMO2 memory socket for evaluating a variety of memory types and sizes. Simply add this module to your Freescale Tower System design, attach the PISMO2 memory module, and enjoy the legroom that additional memory brings. This peripheral module is interchangeable across the Tower System, and is compatible with any MCU/MPU module that features an external memory interface, including the TWR-K60N512.
The Freescale TWR-K70F120M-KIT is a development kit for the K61 and K70F Kinetis microcontrollers. This kit which is a part of the Freescale Tower System, is a modular, reusable development platform that allows designers to get to market faster with packaged evaluation boards, tools and runtime software. Features include Touch Tower plug-in socket, general purpose Tower plug-in (TWRPI) socket, on-board JTAG debug circuit (OSJTAG) with virtual serial port, 1GB of DDR2 SDRAM memory, 2GB of SLC NAND flash memory, 3-axis digital accelerometer (MMA8451Q), potentiometer, and micro-SD card slot.
Freescale's MAG3110 Three-Axis Digital Magnetometer is a small, low-power digital 3-D magnetic sensor with a wide dynamic range to allow operation in PCBs with high extraneous magnetic fields. The MAG3110 Three-Axis Digital Magnetometer measures the three components of the local magnetic field which will be the sum of the geomagnetic field and the magnetic field created by components on the circuit board. Freescale's MAG3110 Three-Axis Digital Magnetometer can be used in conjunction with a 3-axis accelerometer to produce orientation-independent accurate compass heading information. The MAG3110 Three-Axis Digital Magnetometer features a standard I2C serial interface output and smart embedded functions. View the Sensor Toolbox Tilt-Compensated eCompass Kit that is available for the Freescale MAG3110 Three-Axis Digital Magnetometer.
The Freescale Semiconductor TWR-K60N512-IAR IAR KickStart Kit™ for the Freescale Kinetis K60 family of microcontrollers (MCUs) speeds time to market with packaged evaluation boards, software development tools, example projects, and RTOS BSPs. The Freescale TWR-K60N512-IAR IAR KickStart Kit includes a Kinetis K60 MCU module that can operate as a standalone evaluation board. This Freescale Semiconductor Kinetis K60 kit also includes an IAR J-Link Lit for Cortex-M debug probe that provides advanced debugging features through Serial Wire Debug (SWD).
Freescale Semiconductor 32-bit Kinetis-K Microcontrollers (MCUs) represent the most scalable portfolio of ARM® Cortex™-M4 MCUs in the industry. The first phase of the Kinetis portfolio consists of five MCU families with more than 200 pin-, peripheral-, and software-compatible devices with outstanding performance, memory, and feature scalability. Freescale Kinetis MCUs are enabled by innovative 90nm Thin Film Storage (TFS) flash technology with unique FlexMemory (configurable embedded EEPROM). Freescale Kinetis Cortex-M4 MCUs feature the latest low-power innovations and high performance, high precision mixed-signal capability.
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