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Giveaway: Win a Cypress Semiconductor PSoC® 6 BLE Pioneer Kit, by Mouser Electronics

In partnership with Mouser Electronics

Cypress Semiconductor PSoC® 6 BLE Pioneer Kit includes a 2.7" e-ink display shield board (CY8CKIT-028-EPD) with an onboard digital microphone and thermistor. The CY8CKIT-062-BLE features support for BLUETOOTH® Low Energy (BLE) v5.0 and an on board BLE antenna. The kit is compatible with Arduino Uno shield boards and includes a 512Mb high-speed Quad-SPI NOR flash.

This kit is supported within Cypress’ ModusToolbox Software Environment, a set of multi-platform development tools and a comprehensive suite of GitHub-hosted firmware libraries. Together, they enable an immersive development experience for customers creating converged MCU and Wireless systems. The PSoC 6 BLE Pioneer Kit is also now supported in the Mbed OS.

Product Features: 

  • Includes a 2.7" e-ink display shield board (CY8CKIT-028-EPD) with onboard digital microphone and thermistor
  • Support for Bluetooth Low Energy v5.0
  • On board BLE antenna
  • Compatible with Arduino Uno shield boards
  • Includes 512Mb high speed Quad-SPI NOR flash
  • Super-capacitor for backup power
  • EZ-PD™ CCG3 Type-C power delivery with rechargeable Li-Po battery support
  • Contains on-board CapSense® linear slider, touch buttons and proximity sensors
  • Contains on-board programmer/debugger that supports USB-UART/I2C/SPI bridge functionalities

Giveaway already ended 139 days ago.

30 Comments
  • biosonar1 April 14, 2021

    This giveaway seems like the tool I need for a bluetooth low-bit rate data collection system for use in a dolphin experiment to measure Auditory Evoked Potentials via external electrodes on trained animals.

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    lesaf61 April 14, 2021

    Compatible with arduino, willing to give it a try

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  • atanikan April 15, 2021

    This would be a great help in research about Wireless Sensor Network.

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