Features and Benefits

  • Ultra-Compact Development Platform
    • 0.6in x 1.0in, 20-Pin DIP Footprint
    • Cortex Debug Connector (Host)
    • 20 Digital I/O, 4 Analog Inputs
    • 3.3V and 1.8V Supplies
  • MAX326325 Microcontroller Features
    • ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller with FPU, 96MHz
    • 512KB Flash Memory
    • 160KB SRAM
    • 8KB Instruction Cache
    • Full-Speed USB 2.0
    • Three SPI Masters, One Slave
    • Two I2C Masters, One Slave
    • Three UARTs
    • 1-Wire Master
    • 40 GPIOs
    • Four Input 10-Bit ADC
  • MAX14750 PMIC
    • Micro IQ 3.3V Buck-Boost Regulator
    • Micro IQ 1.8V Buck Regulators
    • Micro IQ 1.2V Linear Regulators
    • High-Side Load Switch
  • Expansion Connections
    • Breadboard-Compatible Headers
    • SMT-Compatible Footprint
    • 10-Pin Cortex Debug Header
    • Micro USB Connector
  • Integrated Peripherals
    • RGB Indicator LED
    • User Pushbutton
  • MAXDAP Programming Adapter
    • DAPLink Over Cortex Debug Cable
    • Drag-and-Drop Programming
    • CMSIS-DAP SWD Debugger
    • USB Virtual UART

Product Details

The MAX32625PICO board is a rapid development platform designed to help engineers quickly implement designs with the MAX32625 ARM® Cortex®-M4 microcontroller with FPU. The board also includes the MAX14750 PMIC to provide all the needed voltages. The form factor is a small: 0.6in x 1.0in dual-row header footprint that is compatible with breadboards and can also be soldered down SMT to another board. The board includes a 10-pin ARM Cortex debug connector so that it can be used as a DAPLink adapter. Additionally, on board are an RGB indicator LED and pushbutton. This provides a power-optimized flexible platform for quick proofs-ofconcept and early software development to enhance time to market.

The MAX32625PICO board ships with a DAPLink image loaded that provides the USB Mass Storage Device (MSD) drag-and-drop programming, USB Communications Device Class (CDC) virtual serial port, and Human Interface Device (HID) CMSIS-DAP interface used by the mbed site. This allows the board to be connected to another target platform to enable the full mbed experience. The microcontroller is also programmed with a bootloader allowing the DAPLink image to be updated or replaced with your own application code. Get started developing on this board by going to this link: http://developer.mbed.org/platforms/MAX32625PICO.


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