Analog Devices’ EVAL-ADICUP3029 | New Product Brief
Analog Devices' EVAL-ADICUP3029 is a wireless development platform for IoT applications using an ADI MCU based on an ARM Cortex-M3.
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Analog Devices' EVAL-ADICUP3029
Analog Devices' EVAL-ADICUP3029 is a wireless development platform for IoT applications using an ADI MCU based on an ARM Cortex-M3. The platform offers compatibility with Arduino, PMOD, and Grove hardware modules, giving developers the ability to rapidly prototype for nearly any application, without designing custom hardware.
The board includes Wi-Fi and BLE connectivity, while the MCU offers ultra low power consumption, integrated power management up to 256KB of flash with ECC and 64KB of SRAM with parity as well as a hardware crypto accelerator. The unique SensorStrobe mechanism is an RTC alarm function that allows for precise, time-synchronized sampling of external sensors while the MCU is hibernating, reducing system power consumption.
- EVAL-ADICUP3029 Dev Platform
- ADuCM302x MCU
- Arduino Uno R3, Pmod, Grove I2C compatible connectors
- BLE, Wi-Fi Connectivity
- ADuCM302x MCU
- ARM Cortex-M3 with MPU at up to 26 MHz
- EEMBC ULPBench score: 245.5
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