MICROCHIP SAM R34 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit | New Product BriefOctober 02, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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MICROCHIP SAM R34 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit
Microchip Technology’s SAM R34 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit is a fully featured platform for developing IoT edge devices and provides easy access to the features of the SAM R34 LoRa Sub-GHz SiPs.
The SAM R34 SiP features an ultra-low-power SAM L21 MCU based on a 48MHz Arm Cortex-M0+ combined with a LoRa transceiver that supports operation at 868MHz and 915MHz. The kit includes an external whip antenna, and the LoRa transceiver has a +20dBm maximum output power. It’s supported through by the Studio 7 Integrated Development Platform and has an on-board Embedded Debugger that eliminates the need for external tools.
The SAM R34 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit includes an XPRO current measurement system to perform power profiling on the target and it has an on-board power management system.
- SAM R34 SiP:
- 48MHz Arm Cortex-M0+
- LoRa Transceiver supporting 868MHz and 915MHz operation
- External whip antenna included
- LoRa Transceiver: up to +20dBm output power
- +13dBm high-efficiency operation
- +17dBm high-power operation
- Supported by Studio 7 Integrated Development Platform (IDP)
- Embedded Debugger eliminates need for external tools
- XPRO Current Measurement System for power profiling
- On-Board power management system with current monitoring and USB power conditioning
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