Maxim MAX32625MBED Development Platform | New Product Brief
Maxim’s MAX32625MBED is an ARM mbed enabled development platform for rapid development of low-power devices with the MAX32625 MCU.
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Maxim MAX32625MBED Development Platform
Maxim’s MAX32625MBED is an ARM mbed enabled development platform for rapid development of low-power devices with the MAX32625 MCU. The MAX32625 is a high-efficiency MCU with an ARM Cortex-M4 core with FPU, ideal for wearable medical and fitness devices, watches, and sensor hubs. It offers 40 GPIOs, integrates multiple SPI, I2C, and UART interfaces, a 1-Wire master, USB, and a four-input, 10-bit ADC, providing connections to nearly any sensor. The MAX32625MBED development platform provides an integrated DAPLink adapter for debugging and drag-and-drop programming, a MicroSD card connector, a prototyping area, and I/O access through Arduino-compatible connectors and additional headers.
- MAX32625: 96 MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4 with FPU
- 512KB Flash, 160KB SRAM
- Serial interfaces: SPI, I2C, UART, 1-Wire, USB
- ADC: Four input, 10-bit
- DAPLink: Programmer, Debugger, USB Virtual UART
- Arduino-Compatible Headers
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