Features and Benefits
- Interface through mIDAS-Link emulator
- Power supply options: 9 V wall wart adapter, 5 V external supply terminal block, or USB supply
- ADuCM410 development system facilitates performance evaluation of the ADuCM410 with a minimum of external components
The ADuCM410 is a fully integrated, single package device that incorporates high performance analog peripherals together with digital peripherals. The ADuCM410 features 16-bit, 2 MSPS data acquisition on up to 16 input pins, an Arm® Cortex®-M33 processor, 12 voltage digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and 2 × 512 kB Flash/EE memory, packaged in a 5 mm × 5 mm, 81-ball chip scale package ball grid array (CSP_BGA) and a 64-ball wafer level chip scale package (WLCSP).
The ADuCM410 development system (EVAL-ADUCM410QSPZ or EVAL-ADUCM410QSP1Z) is fully packaged to evaluate all features of the ADuCM410, a high precision analog microcontroller. The ADuCM410 includes 16 external AINx channels, voltage output DACs (VDACs), four programmable gain amplifiers (PGAs), measurement of the PGA current channels, and various shared functions with the general-purpose input/outputs (GPIOs) that are configurable through registers. The VDAC channels generate an output range up to 2.5 V or 3.3 V full scale.
The EVAL-ADUCM410QSPZ and EVAL-ADUCM410QSP1Z board uses a low noise, low dropout (LDO) linear regulator to power up the device. The ADuCM410 is powered up using the following three options: a 9 V wall wart adapter, a 5 V external supply terminal block, and a USB supply.
The user guide describes how to configure the CSP_BGA version (EVAL-ADUCM410QSPZ) and WLCSP version (EVAL-ADUCM410QSP1Z) evaluation boards by providing step by step procedures about the connections on the evaluation boards. The user guide also contains information regarding which evaluation versions of the third-party software tools to download. Additionally, the user guide provides instructions on how to load the supplied code examples. See Figure 1 for a photograph of the EVAL-ADUCM410QSPZ board.
Following the user guide allows users to generate and download their own user code to use in their own unique end system requirements.
Complete specifications for the ADucM410 are available in the ADuCM410 data sheet, which must be consulted in conjunction with the user guide when using the EVAL-ADUCM410QSPZ or EVAL-ADUCM410QSP1Z board.
- EVAL-ADUCM410QSPZ or EVAL-ADUCM410QSP1Z evaluation board
- An Analog Devices, Inc., J-Link OB emulator (USB-SWD/UART-EMUZ)
- mIDAS-Link emulator
- 1 USB cable
- ADuCM410 data sheet
- ADuCM410 hardware reference manual
- ADuCM410 installer
- Keil μVision5
- IAR installer
- IAR IDE software
Pricing displayed is based on 1-piece.
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