Overview

Features and Benefits

  • Analog Devices ADSP-CM419F processor
    • 210 ball BGA
    • 16 and 30 MHz oscillators
  • Analog Interface
    • Analog Devices Unity-Gain Stable, Ultralow Distortion, 1 nV/√Hz Voltage Noise, High Speed Op Amp (ADA4899)
    • Analog Devices Ultralow Noise, LDO XFET Voltage References with Current Sink and Source (ADR441B)
    • Analog Devices 1 ppm 20-Bit, ±1 LSB INL, Voltage Output DAC (AD5791)
  • LCD
    • 2.2 inch TFT LCD module
  • SPI Flash (SPI0) chip
    • Microchip 4K I2C Serial EEPROM (24AA04)
  • Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART0)
    • Analog Devices Isolated Single Channel RS-232 Line Driver/Receiver (ADM3251E)
    • DB9
  • Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART3)
    • FTDI USB to UART (FT232R)
    • USB mini-B
  • Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART4)
    • Analog Devices Isolated, Dual Channel RS-232 Line Driver/Receiver (ADM3252E)
    • DB9
  • CAN
    • Analog Devices Signal and Power Isolated CAN Transceiver (ADM3053)
    • RJ11
  • SINC
    • Analog Devices Isolated, 5 kV, DC-to-DC Converter (ADUM6000)
    • Analog Devices Isolated Sigma-Delta Modulator (AD7401)
  • Debug (JTAG/SWD/SWO) interface
    • J-Link Lite emulator
    • JTAG/SWD/SWO 20-pin 0.1” header
    • JTAG/SWD/SWO 20-pin 0.05” header
  • LEDs - Five LEDs: one power (green), one board reset (red), two general-purpose (amber) and one fault (red)
  • Pushbuttons - Six pushbuttons: one reset and five IRQ/Flag
  • Analog connector
    • ADC
    • AGND/GND/VREF/5V
  • PWM connector
    • • PWM0-2
    • SINC0
    • SPI1
    • SPORT0
    • TWI0
    • TMR0
    • GPIOs
    • CNT0-3
    • RESET
    • GND/3.3V/5V output
  • External power supply
    • CE compliant
    • 5V @3.6 Amps
  • Power measurement - 0.051-ohm resistors for measuring current draw

Product Details

The ADSP-CM419F processor is based on the ARM® Cortex®-M4 processor core with floating-point unit operating at frequencies up to 240 MHz, and the ARM® Cortex-M0TM processor core operating at frequencies up to 100 MHz. The processor integrates up to 160K Bytes of SRAM memory with ECC, up to 1M Byte of flash memory with ECC, accelerators and peripherals optimized for motor control and photo-voltaic (PV) inverter control, and an analog front end consisting of up to two 6 times simultaneous sampling 16-bit SAR-type ADCs, one 14-bit SAR monitor ADC and one 12-bit DAC. The EZ-KIT ships with all of the necessary hardware to get you up and running and start the evaluation immediately.

The EZ-KIT contains an analog interface and PWM/digital interface. These interfaces are provided for connecting with daughter boards to expand on the functionality of the EZ-KIT. The evaluation board is designed to be used in conjunction with the IAR Embedded Workbench® and Segger® development environment for advanced application code development and debug such as:

  • Create, compile, assemble, and link application programs written in C++, C, and assembly
  • Load, run, step, halt, and set breakpoints in application programs
  • Read and write data and program memory
  • Read and write core and peripheral registers

Applicable Parts

Package Contents

  • ADSP-CM419F EZ-KIT board
  • Universal 5V DC power supply
  • USB 2.0 type A to mini-B cable
  • J-Link Lite emulator

System Requirements

  • Keil Microcontroller Development Kit V5
  • IAR Embedded Workbench version 7.60.1
  • Segger J-Link Lite Version 6.14C

Software

Product Downloads

ADSP-CM41x Software for Keil - Previous Release (Rev. 1.2.0)
ADSP-CM41x Software for Keil - Current Release (Rev. 1.3.0)
ADSP-CM41x Software for IAR - Current Release (Rev. 1.3.0)
ADSP-CM41x Software for IAR - Previous Release (Rev. 1.2.0)
Segger J-Link Lite Software and Documentation
See Release Notes for version of software to download.
Keil Microcontroller Development Kit
Refer to "Getting Started Guide and Installation Checklist" for information on exact version supported and other Installation requirements.
IAR Embedded Workbench® for ARM
IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM Cortex-M is an integrated development environment. Refer to "Getting Started Guide and Installation Checklist" for information on exact version supported and other Installation requirements.

Software Development Tools

Future releases of CrossCore Serial Flash Programmer will be distributed as part of the CrossCore Utilities product. CrossCore Utilities provides several utilities for use with Cortex-M processors. These utilities have previously been distributed within various Board Support Packages for the IAR and Keil toolchains, and are collected together in this product for convenient maintenance.

Software Modules

CrossCore Serial Flash Programmer (CCSFP) is a standalone application for programming, erasing and re-programming the on-board flash of mixed-signal processors, via the UART interface.

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