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Freescale Kinetis L Series MCUs

Freescale Kinetis L Series MCUs

Freescale's Kinetis L MCUs combine the exceptional energy-efficiency and ease-of-use of the new ARM Cortex-M0+ processor with the performance, peripheral sets, enablement and scalability of the Kinetis 32-bit MCU portfolio. 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. Kinetis L series MCUs are also hardware and software compatible with the ARM Cortex-M4-based Kinetis K series, providing a scalable migration path to more performance, memory and feature integration.

KL0 Baseline MCUs

Freescale's Kinetis KL0 family is the entry point into the Kinetis L Series MCUs based on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. Pin compatible with our 8-bit S08P family, the Kinetis KL0 family provides a bridge for 8-bit customers migrating into the Kinetis portfolio and is software and tool compatible with all other Kinetis L families. Devices start from 8 KB of flash in a small-footprint 4 x 4 mm 24 QFN package extending up to 32 KB in a 48 LQFP package. Each combines ultra-low-power performance with a rich suite of analog, communication, timing and control peripherals.


Additional Resources

KL04 / KL05 Family Product Brief
KL02 / KL04 / KL05 Family Fact Sheet


Ultra-Low-Power
  • Next-generation 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ core: 2x more CoreMark/mA than the closest 8/16-bit architecture
  • Single-cycle fast I/O access port facilitates bit banging and software protocol emulation, keeping an 8-bit "look and feel"
  • Multiple flexible low-power modes, including new compute clocking option which reduces dynamic power by placing peripherals in an asynchronous stop mode
  • LPSCI, SPI, I²C, ADC, DAC, LP timer and DMA support low-power mode operation without waking up the core

Flash, SRAM
  • Up to 32 KB flash with 64 byte flash cache, up to 4 KB RAM
  • Security circuitry to prevent unauthorized access to RAM and flash contents

Performance
  • ARM Cortex-M0+ core, 48 MHz core frequency over full voltage and temperature range (-40ºC to +105ºC)
  • Bit manipulation engine for improved bit handling of peripheral modules
  • Thumb instruction set combines high code density with 32-bit performance
  • Up to 4-ch. DMA for peripheral and memory servicing with reduced CPU loading and faster system throughput
  • Independent-clocked COP guards against clock skew or code runaway for fail-safe applications

Mixed-Signal
  • 12-bit ADC with configurable resolution, sample time and conversion speed/power
  • Integrated temperature sensor
  • High-speed comparator with internal 6-bit DAC
  • 12-bit DAC with DMA support

Timing and Control
  • One 6-ch. and one 2-ch. 16-bit low-power timer PWM modules with DMA support
  • 2-ch., 32-bit periodic interrupt timer provides time base for RTOS task schedule or trigger source for ADC conversion
  • Low-power timer allows operation in all power modes except for VLLS0
  • Real-time clock with calendar

Human-Machine Interface
  • Capacitive touch sense interface supports up to 16 external electrodes and DMA data transfer
  • GPIO with pin interrupt support, DMA request capability and other pin control options

Connectivity and Communications
  • I2C with DMA support, up to 100 kbps and compatible with SMBus V2 features
  • LPUART and SPI with DMA support

Block Diagram
 

KL02 Kinetis Chip-Scale Package (CSP)

Freescale introduces the Kinetis KL02 chip-scale package (CSP), the world's smallest ARM Powered MCU. Available in the ultra-small 1.9 mm x 2.0 mm wafer level chip-scale package, the KL02 CSP (MKL02Z32CAF4R) drastically reduces board space while retaining rich MCU feature integration. The KL02 CSP consumes 25 percent less PCB area, yet delivers 60 percent more GPIO than the nearest competing MCU. The Kinetis KL0 family is the entry point into the low-power Kinetis L series MCUs based on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor, delivering 32-bit performance with class-leading code density, integrated flash memory, precision analog, connectivity and timers.


Additional Resources

Kinetis KL02 CSP Flyer
Kinetis KL02 CSP Brochure
AN3846 Wafer Chip Scale Package (WCSP)


Smallest Package Size
  • 25% less PCB area than nearest competing product
  • 60% more GPIO than nearest competing product

  • Extending the most energy-efficient portfolio
    • Ultra-efficient Cortex-M0+ processor touts industry leading throughput of 15.9 CoreMark/mA
    • 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
    • Energy-saving peripherals function in deep sleep modes & can make intelligent decisions and process data without waking up core

ARM Cortex-M0+
  • 32-bit MCU performance
  • Broad ARM ecosystem

Rich mix of connectivity, analog and timers
  • No other MCU available close to this size packs as many features including:
  • Ultra-low-power Cortex-M0+ to get the work done quickly and get back to sleep
  • 32KB Flash and 4KB RAM
  • 12-bit ADC and high speed comparator
  • Abundant connectivity including a 2xI2C, low power UART and SPI adds flexibility to your designs
  • Low power timers to minimize system power
  • Easy to use with compatibility with Freescale Freedom development platform, complimentary Processor Expert and Solution Advisor as well as the ability to leverage ARM’s comprehensive ecosystem

Block Diagram

KL1 General Purpose MCUs

Freescale's Kinetis KL1 MCU family is pin, software and tool compatible with all other Kinetis L MCU families and provides additional memory, communications and analog peripheral options beyond those offered in the Kinetis KL0 MCU family. The Kinetis KL1 MCU family is also compatible with the Kinetis K10 MCU family (based on the ARM Cortex-M4 processor), providing a migration path to higher performance and feature integration. Devices start from 32 KB of flash in a small-footprint 5 x 5 mm 32 QFN package extending up to 256 KB in an 80 LQFP package. Each combines ultra-low-power performance with a rich suite of analog, communication, timing and control peripherals.


Additional Resources

KL1 Family Product Brief
KL1 Family Fact Sheet


Ultra-Low-Power
  • Next-generation 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ core: 2x more CoreMark/mA than the closest 8/16-bit architecture
  • Single-cycle fast I/O access port facilitates bit banging and software protocol emulation, keeping an 8-bit "look and feel"
  • Multiple flexible low-power modes, including new compute clocking option which reduces dynamic power by placing peripherals in an asynchronous stop mode
  • LPSCI, SPI, I2C, ADC, DAC, LP timer and DMA support low-power mode operation without waking up the core

Flash, SRAM
  • Up to 256 KB flash with 64 byte flash cache, up to 32 KB RAM
  • Security circuitry to prevent unauthorized access to RAM and flash contents

Performance
  • ARM Cortex-M0+ core, 48 MHz core frequency over full voltage and temperature range (-40ºC to +105ºC)
  • Bit manipulation engine for improved bit handling of peripheral modules
  • Thumb instruction set combines high code density with 32-bit performance
  • Up to 4-ch. DMA for peripheral and memory servicing with reduced CPU loading and faster system throughput
  • Independent-clocked COP guards against clock skew or code runaway for fail-safe applications

Mixed-Signal
  • Up to 16-bit ADC with configurable resolution, sample time and conversion speed/power
  • Integrated temperature sensor
  • High-speed comparator with internal 6-bit DAC
  • 12-bit DAC with DMA support

Timing and Control
  • Two 6-ch. and one 2-ch. 16-bit low-power timer PWM modules with DMA support
  • 2-ch., 32-bit periodic interrupt timer provides time base for RTOS task schedule or trigger source for ADC conversion
  • Low-power timer allows operation in all power modes except for VLLS0
  • Real-time clock with calendar

Human-Machine Interface
  • Capacitive touch sense interface supports up to 16 external electrodes and DMA data transfer
  • GPIO with pin interrupt support, DMA request capability and other pin control options

Connectivity and Communications
  • Two I2C with DMA support, up to 100 kbps and compatible with SMBus V2 features
  • One LPUART and two UART with DMA support
  • Two SPI with DMA support

Block Diagram

KL2 USB MCUs

Freescale's Kinetis KL2 MCU family is pin, software and tool compatible with all other Kinetis L MCU families and adds a full-speed USB 2.0 On-The-Go (OTG) controller with an integrated low-voltage regulator. The Kinetis KL2 MCU family is also compatible with the Kinetis K20 MCU family (based on theARM Cortex-M4 processor), providing a migration path to higher performance and feature integration. Devices start from 32 KB of flash in a small-footprint 5 x 5 mm 32 QFN package extending up to 256 KB in a 121 MBGA package. Each combines ultra-low-power performance with a rich suite of analog, communication, timing and control peripherals.


Additional Resources

KL2 Family Product Brief
KL2 Family Fact Sheet


Ultra-Low-Power
  • Next-generation 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ core: 2x more CoreMark/mA than the closest 8/16-bit architecture>
  • Single-cycle fast I/O access port facilitates bit banging and software protocol emulation, keeping an 8-bit “look and feel”
  • Multiple flexible low-power modes, including new compute clocking option which reduces dynamic power by placing peripherals in an asynchronous stop mode
  • LPSCI, SPI, I2C, ADC, DAC, LP timer and DMA support low-power mode operation without waking up the core

Flash, SRAM
  • Up to 256 KB flash with 64 byte flash cache, up to 32 KB RAM
  • Security circuitry to prevent unauthorized access to RAM and flash contents

Performance
  • ARM Cortex-M0+ core, 48 MHz core frequency over full voltage and temperature range (-40ºC to +105ºC)
  • Bit manipulation engine for improved bit handling of peripheral modules
  • Thumb instruction set combines high code density with 32-bit performance
  • Up to 4-ch. DMA for peripheral and memory servicing with reduced CPU loading and faster system throughput
  • Independent-clocked COP guards against clock skew or code runaway for fail-safe applications

Mixed-Signal
  • Up to 16-bit ADC with configurable resolution, sample time and conversion speed/power
  • Integrated temperature sensor
  • High-speed comparator with internal 6-bit DAC
  • 12-bit DAC with DMA support

Timing and Control
  • Two 6-ch. and one 2-ch., 16-bit low-power timer PWM modules with DMA support
  • 2-ch. 32-bit periodic interrupt timer provides time base for RTOS task schedule or trigger source for ADC conversion
  • Low-power timer allows operation in all power modes except for VLLS0
  • Real-time clock with calendar

Human-Machine Interface
  • Capacitive touch sense interface supports up to 16 external electrodes and DMA data transfer
  • GPIO with pin interrupt support, DMA request capability and other pin control options

Connectivity and Communications
  • USB 2.0 On-The-Go (full-speed) with integrated USB low-voltage regulator supplies up to 120 mA off chip at 3.3 volts to power external components from 5-volts input
  • Two I2C with DMA support, up to 100 kbps and compatible with SMBus V2 features
  • One LPUART and two UART with DMA support
  • Two SPI with DMA support
Block Diagram

KL3 Ultra-Low-Power MCUs with Segment LCD

Freescale's Kinetis KL3 MCU family is pin, peripheral and software compatible with all other Kinetis L families and adds a flexible, low-power segment LCD controller with support for up to 376 segments. The Kinetis KL3 family is also compatible with the Kinetis K30 (ARM Cortex-M4) family, providing a migration path to higher performance and feature integration. Devices start from 64 KB of flash in a 64 LQFP package extending up to 256 KB in a 121 MBGA package. Each combines ultra-low-power performance with a rich suite of analog, communication, timing and control peripherals.


Additional Resources

KL3 Family Overview
KL3 Fact Sheet


Ultra-Low-Power
  • Next-generation 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ core: 2x more CoreMark/mA than the closest 8/16-bit architecture
  • Single-cycle fast I/O access port facilitates bit-banging and software protocol emulation, keeping an 8-bit “look and feel”
  • Multiple, flexible low-power modes including new compute clocking option that reduces dynamic power by placing peripherals in an asynchronous stop mode
  • LPSCI, SPI, I2C, ADC, DAC, LP timer and DMA support low-power mode operation without waking up the core Flash and SRAM
  • Up to 256KB flash with 64 byte flash cache, up to 32KB RAM
  • Security circuitry to prevent unauthorized access to RAM and flash contents

  • Flash, SRAM
  • Up to 256KB flash with 64 byte flash cache, up to 32KB RAM
  • Security circuitry to prevent unauthorized access to RAM and flash contents
  • Performance
  • ARM Cortex-M0+ core, 48MHz core frequency over full voltage and temperature range (–40°C to +105°C)
  • Bit manipulation engine for improved bit handling of peripheral modules
  • Thumb instruction set combines high code density with 32-bit performance
  • Up to 4-ch. DMA for peripheral and memory servicing with reduced CPU loading and faster system throughput
  • Independent-clocked COP guards against clock skew or code runaway for fail-safe applications

  • Mixed-Signal
  • Up to 16-bit ADC with configurable resolution, sample time and conversion speed/power
  • Integrated temperature sensor single or differential output mode operation in order to achieve improved noise rejection
  • High-speed comparator with internal 6-bit DAC
  • 12-bit DAC with DMA support

Timing and Control
  • Two 6-ch. and one 2-ch., 16-bit low-power timer PWM modules with DMA support
  • 2-ch. 32-bit periodic interrupt timer provides time base for RTOS task schedule or trigger source for ADC conversion
  • Low-power timer allows operation in all power modes except for VLLS0
  • Real-time clock with calendar

Human-Machine Interface
  • Flexible, low-power LCD controller with up to 376 segments (47 x 8 or 51 x 4)
  • LCD blink mode enables low average power while remaining in low-power mode
  • Segment fail detect alerts the user to failures in the display that helps avoids the possibility of an erroneous readout in medical applications
  • Front plane/backplane reassignment provides pin-out flexibility, easing PCB design and allowing LCD configuration changes via firmware with no hardware re-work
  • Unused LCD pins can be configured as other GPIO functions
  • Capacitive touch-sensing inputs support up to 16 external electrodes and DMA data transfer
  • GPIO with pin interrupt support, DMA request capability and other pin control options

Connectivity and Communications
  • Two I2C with DMA support, up to 100 Kb/s and compatible with SMBus V2 features
  • One LPUART and two UART with DMA support
  • Two SPI with DMA support

Applications
  • Electronics scales
  • Thermostats
  • Flow meters
  • Smart meters

Block Diagram

KL4 Ultra-Low-Power MCUs with USB and LCD

Freescale's Kinetis KL4 family is pin, peripheral and software compatible with all other Kinetis L families and combines a Full-Speed USB 2.0 On-The-Go controller with integrated low-voltage regulator and a flexible, low-power segment LCD controller with support for up to 376 segments. The Kinetis KL4 family is also compatible with the Kinetis K40 (ARM Cortex-M4) family, providing a migration path to higher performance and feature integration. Devices start from 128KB of flash in a 64 LQFP package extending up to 256KB in a 121 MBGA package. Each combines ultra-low-power performance with a rich suite of analog, communication, timing and control peripherals.


Additional Resources

KL4 Family Overview
KL4 Fact Sheet


Ultra-Low-Power
  • Next-generation 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ core: 2x more CoreMark/mA than the closest 8/16-bit architecture
  • Single-cycle fast I/O access port facilitates bit-banging and software protocol emulation, keeping an 8-bit “look and feel”
  • Multiple, flexible low-power modes including new compute clocking option that reduces dynamic power by placing peripherals in an asynchronous stop mode
  • LPSCI, SPI, I2C, ADC, DAC, LP timer and DMA support low-power mode operation without waking up the core

Flash, SRAM
  • Up to 256KB flash with 64 byte flash cache, up to 32KB RAM
  • Security circuitry to prevent unauthorized access to RAM and flash contents

Performance
  • ARM Cortex-M0+ core, 48 MHz core frequency over full voltage and temperature range (–40°C to +105°C)
  • Bit manipulation engine for improved bit handling of peripheral modules
  • Thumb instruction set combines high code density with 32-bit performance
  • Up to 4-ch. DMA for peripheral and memory servicing with reduced CPU loading and faster system throughput
  • Independent-clocked COP guards against clock skew or code runaway for fail-safe applications

Mixed Signal
  • Up to 16-bit ADC with configurable resolution, sample time and conversion speed/power
  • Integrated temperature sensor
  • Single or differential output mode operation in order to achieve improved noise rejection
  • High-speed comparator with internal 6-bit DAC

Timing and Control
  • Two 6-ch. and one 2-ch., 16-bit low-power timer PWM modules with DMA support
  • 2-ch. 32-bit periodic interrupt timer provides time base for RTOS task schedule or trigger source for ADC conversion
  • Low-power timer allows operation in all power modes except for VLLS0
  • Real-time clock with calendar

Human-Machine Interface
  • Flexible, low-power LCD controller with up to 376 segments (47 x 8 or 51 x 4)
  • LCD blink mode enables low average power while remaining in low-power mode
  • Segment fail detect alerts the user to failures in the display that helps avoids the possibility of an erroneous readout in medical applications
  • Front plane/backplane reassignment provides pin-out flexibility, easing PCB design and allowing LCD configuration changes via firmware with no hardware re-work
  • Unused LCD pins can be configured as other GPIO functions
  • Capacitive touch-sensing inputs support up to 16 external electrodes and DMA data transfer
  • GPIO with pin interrupt support, DMA request capability and other pin control options

Connectivity and Communications
  • USB 2.0 On-The-Go integrated USB low-voltage regulator supplies up to 120 mA off chip at 3.3 volts to power external components from 5-volt input. Up to 480 Mb/s with external ULPI PHY
  • Two I2C with DMA support, up to 100 Kb/s and compatible with SMBus V2 features
  • One LPUART and two UART with DMA support
  • Two SPI with DMA support

Block Diagram
Block Diagram

Freescale Kinetis L6 ARM Cortex-M0+ MCUs

Freescale Kinetis L6 ARM Cortex-M0+ microcontrollers (MCUs) combine the energy-efficiency and ease-of-use of 8-/16-bit MCUs with the performance and scalability of 32-bit Kinetis MCUs. KL16 and KL26 MCUs feature up to 256KB Flash, 16-32KB SRAM, a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter and a 12-bit digital-to-analog converter. These Freescale Kinetis L6 devices also I²S, direct memory access (DMA), and touch sensor interface (TSI). KL26 devices also feature USB OTG. As part of the Kinetis L Series, L6 devices are manufactured using Freescale's low-leakage, 90nm thin film storage (TFS) process technology.


KL16/26 Features
  • ARM Cortex-M0+ Processor
  • 90nm low-power flash technology
  • Up to 256KB Flash
  • 16-32KB SRAM
  • 16-bit ADC

  • 12-bit DAC
  • DMA
  • TSI
  • I²S
  • USB OTG (KL26 Only)

KL16 Block Diagram
KL16 Block Diagram

KL26 Block Diagram
KL26 Block Diagram

Tools

Freescale Kinetis MCUs are supported by a comprehensive Freescale and third-party hardware and software enablement system which reduces development costs and time to market.

Freescale FRDM-KL02Z Freedom Development Platform

Freescale FRDM-KL02Z Freedom Development Platform   View Product Detail

Freescale's FRDM-KL02Z Freedom Development Platform is an ultra-low-cost development platform enabled by the Kinetis L series KL02 family built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. Features include the Freescale open standard embedded serial and debug adapter (OpenSDA), providing easy access to MCU I/O, battery-ready, low-power operation, a standard-based form factor with expansion board options and a built-in debug interface for flash programming and run-control. The FRDM-KL02Z is supported by a range of Freescale and third-party development software.


Additional Resources

FRDM-KL02Z User's Manual

Features
  • MKL02Z32VFM4 MCU – 48 MHz, 32 KB Flash, 4 KB SRAM, 32QFN
  • Capacitive touch slider, MMA8451Q accelerometer, Tri-color LED
  • Flexible power supply options –coin cell battery, external source
  • Easy access to MCU I/O

  • Battery-ready, power-measurement access points
  • Mass storage device flash programming interface (default); no tool installation required to evaluate demo apps
  • P&E Debug interface provides run-control debugging and compatibility with IDE tools
  • CMSIS-DAP interface: new ARM standard for embedded debug interface



Freescale's FRDM-KL05Z is an ultra-low-cost development platform enabled by the Kinetis L Series KL0x MCU family built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. Features include easy access to MCU I/O, battery-ready, low-power operation, a standard-based form factor with expansion board options and a built-in debug interface for flash programming and run-control. The FRDM-KL05Z is supported by a range of Freescale and third-party development software.


Additional Resources

FRDM-KL05Z User's Manual
  Open SDA User's Guide

 
View Product Detail
Features
  • MKL05Z32VFM4 MCU – 48 MHz, 32 KB flash, 4 KB SRAM, 32QFN
  • Capacitive touch slider, MMA8451Q accelerometer, tricolor LED
  • Easy access to MCU I/O
  • Sophisticated OpenSDA debug interface

  • Mass storage device flash programming interface (default)
    – no tool installation required to evaluate demo apps
  • P&E Multilink interface provides run-control debugging and
    compatibility with IDE tools





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Freescale's FRDM-KL25Z is an ultra-low-cost development platform enabled by Kinetis L Series KL1x and KL2x MCUs families built on ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. Features include easy access to MCU I/O, battery-ready, low-power operation, a standard-based form factor with expansion board options and a built-in debug interface for flash programming and run-control. The FRDM-KL25Z is supported by a range of Freescale and third-party development software.

Additional Resources

FRDM-KL25Z User's Manual
Open SDA User's Guide
Learn More About The FRDM-KL25Z

Features
  • MKL25Z128VLK4 MCU – 48 MHz, 128 KB flash, 16 KB SRAM, USB OTG (FS), 80LQFP
  • Capacitive touch “slider,” MMA8451Q accelerometer, tri-color LED
  • Easy access to MCU I/O
  • Sophisticated OpenSDA debug interface
  • Mass storage device flash programming interface (default) – no tool installation required to evaluate demo apps

  • P&E Multilink interface provides run-control debugging and compatibility with IDE tools
  • Open-source data logging application provides an example for customer, partner and enthusiast development on the OpenSDA circuit
  • mbed enabled




Freescale's FRDM-KL46Z Freedom Development Platform is an ultra-low-cost development platform enabled by the Kinetis L series KL4x MCU family built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. FRDM-KL46Z can be used to evaluate the KL46, KL36, KL26 and KL16 Kinetis L series devices. It features a MKL46Z256VLL4, this device boasting a max operating frequency of 48MHz, 256KB of flash, 32KB RAM, a full-speed USB controller, segment LCD controller, and loads of analog and digital peripherals. The FRDM-KL46Z hardware is form-factor compatible with the Arduino R3 pin layout, providing a broad range of expansion board options. The on-board interfaces includes a 4 digit segment LCD, a 3-axis digital accelerometer, magnetometer, capacitive touch slider, and ambient light sensor. Features include easy access to MCU I/O, battery-ready, low-power operation, a standard-based form factor with expansion board options and a built-in debug interface for flash programming and run-control.


Additional Resources

User's Manual
Open SDA User's Guide

Freescale FRDM-KL46Z Freedom Development Platform

Order Freescale FRDM-KL46Z Freedom Development Platform   View Product Detail

Features
  • MKL46Z256VLL4 MCU – 48 MHz, 256 KB flash, 32 KB SRAM, segment LCD, USB OTG (FS) , 100 LQFP
  • Capacitive touch slider, MMA8451Q accelerometer, MAG3110 magnetometer
  • Flexible power supply options – USB, coin cell battery, external source
  • Easy access to MCU I/O
  • Battery-ready, power-measurement access points

  • Form factor compatible with Arduino R3 pin layout
  • OpenSDA debug interface
  • Mass storage device flash programming interface (default) – no tool installation required to evaluate demo apps
  • P&E debug interface provides run-control debugging and compatibility with IDE tools
  • CMSIS-DAP interface: new ARM standard for embedded debug interface





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Freescale's TWR-KL25Z48M MCU module is designed to work either in standalone mode or as part of the Freescale Tower System, a modular development platform that enables rapid prototyping and tool re-use through reconfigurable hardware.


Additional Resources

User's Manual
Quick Start Guide
Learn More About The Freescale Tower System


Features
  • Tower compatible MCU module
  • MKL25Z128VLK4 MCU (48 MHz, 128 KB flash, 16 KB RAM, low-power, 80LQFP package)
  • Dual role USB interface with micro-AB USB connector
  • Touch Tower plug-in socket


  • General purpose Tower plug-in (TWRPI) socket
  • On-board debug circuit MK20 openSDA serial debug interface with virtual serial port and mass storage device bootloader
  • Three-axis accelerometer (MMA8451Q)
  • Four user-controllable LEDs

Videos

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