Cypress Semiconductor Prototyping Board | New Product BriefMarch 28, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Cypress Semiconductor Prototyping Board
Cypress Semiconductor’s PSoC 6 BLE Prototyping Board is a low-cost hardware platform for developing high-performance IoT devices and other wireless applications with the Cypress PSoC 6 MCU family.
The board is based on a PSoC 63 BLE Module, which adds Bluetooth connectivity to the highly flexible PSoC MCU featuring programmable analog and digital blocks, flexible automatic routing, and many other peripherals. The board has a breadboard-compatible layout with PSoC 6 headers and a mikroBUS interface for hardware expansion using click boards.
It also includes a KitProg2 on-board programmer and debugger, which can be snapped off the target board for independent use. The programmer connects via USB and is supported by the PSoC Creator IDE and a royalty-free BLE stack with support for Bluetooth 5.0.
- CYBLE-416045-02 Creator Module: PSoC 63 BLE Microcontroller
- Fully certified and qualified
- Peripherals: programmable/reconfigurable analog and digital blocks, digital programmable logic, high-performance ADC, low-power comparators, and more
- Breadboard compatible layout
- PSoC 6 MCU I/O Headers
- mikroBUS interface for hardware expansion using click boards
- KitProg2 on-board programmer and debugger
- Can be separated from target board for independent use
- Includes royalty-free BLE stack with support for Bluetooth 5.0
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