Development Boards, Kits, Programmers2,096 Results
- Evaluation Boards - Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs)
- Evaluation Boards - Audio Amplifiers
- Evaluation Boards - DC/DC & AC/DC (Off-Line) SMPS
- Evaluation Boards - Embedded - MCU, DSP
- Evaluation Boards - Expansion Boards, Daughter Cards
- Evaluation Boards - LED Drivers
- Evaluation Boards - Linear Voltage Regulators
- Evaluation Boards - Op Amps
- Evaluation Boards - Sensors
- Evaluation and Demonstration Boards and Kits
- Programmers, Emulators, and Debuggers
- Programming Adapters, Sockets
- Software, Services
Evaluation Boards - Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs)
Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADCs) Evaluation Boards are populated circuit boards used to provide a working example of a specific ADC or device. The number of A/D converters on a given board ranges from 3 to 32, with sampling rates per second from 2.5 kHz to 26 GHz and input voltages ranging from 0 to 8 Vp-p.
Evaluation Boards - Audio Amplifiers
Audio Amplifier Evaluation boards are populated boards used to provide a working example of a specific analog amplifier or device. The amplifier types are Class AB, Class D, Class G, Class H, and Class K, with output types of headphone, 1 channel (mono), 2 channel (stereo), 3 channel, 4 channel, 6 channel, and 8 channel.
Evaluation Boards - DC/DC & AC/DC (Off-Line) SMPS
Products within this family provide a convenient means of evaluating the performance or behavior of devices used for switch-mode power conversion, including both DC-DC and AC-DC types. Devices described as "regulators" (those containing an internal power switching device) and "controllers" (those designed to control an external power switch) are both included.
Evaluation Boards - Embedded - MCU, DSP
Products within this family provide a convenient means of evaluating the performance or behavior of microcontroller, microprocessor, and digital signal processor components in the context of a proven hardware implementation. Included products vary in their intended use case, and may range from unpopulated PCBs intended to facilitate evaluation to a range of microcontroller families, to single board computers with extensive peripheral support.
Evaluation Boards - Expansion Boards, Daughter Cards
Evaluation and expansion boards and daughter cards are used to add functionality to microcontroller platforms and are designed to stack onto existing pin headers or preconfigured attachment ports. Common function types include, amplifiers, atomizers, audio, clock timing, interface connectivity, data acquisition/logging, display, human interface, memory, motor drivers, optoelectronics, power management, prototyping, relay and transistors, RF and sensor arrays.
Evaluation Boards - LED Drivers
LED Driver Evaluation Boards are a circuit board(s) that are populated with components and used to provide a working example of a specific power circuit or device. The boards in this family provide an example of an LED driver for adjustable blinking, analog brightness, backlight, bipolar switch, boost converter, brightness control, camera flash, dimmable, constant current, and RGB control, plus many more.
Evaluation Boards - Linear Voltage Regulators
Linear Voltage Regulator evaluation boards are circuit boards populated with components and used to provide a working example of a specific linear voltage regulator or device. The channels per IC can be single, dual, triple, or quad, with regulator types of negative adjustable, negative fixed, positive adjustable, positive fixed, positive and negative adjustable, and positive fixed and adjustable. The voltage outputs range from -15 to 56 volts with current output ranges from 10 mA to 5 A.
Evaluation Boards - Op Amps
Op Amp Evaluation boards are circuit boards populated with components and used to provide a working example of a specific op amp or device. The channels per IC can be single, dual, triple, quad, or octal, with amplifier types of audio, buffer, differential, instrumentation, and power to name a few.
Evaluation Boards - Sensors
Sensor Evaluation Boards are a circuit board(s) that are populated with components and used to provide a working example of a specific integrated circuit or device. The boards in this family provide examples of a variety of sensors such as accelerometers, barometric pressure, gyroscope, temperature, humidity, optical, light, air quality, capacitive, carbon dioxide, fingerprint, encoders, fluid, gas, infrared, joystick, and magnetic, plus many more.
Evaluation and Demonstration Boards and Kits
Products within this family provide a convenient means of evaluating the performance or behavior of some focus device, in the context of a proven implementation that is generally well-documented and supported by evaluation software, as appropriate. Typically consisting of a printed circuit board on which the focus device has been populated along with necessary or helpful support components, additional components such as cabling or power supplies may also be included. Evaluation platforms for device classes that are particularly numerous or distinctive in their classification such as ADCs, DACs, and switch-mode power supplies may be grouped together as a separate product family.
Programmers, Emulators, and Debuggers
Programmers, Emulators, and Debuggers are devices used to write/load/test the software in an embedded system. For use with/related products AEAT, Altera, Arduino, ARM, ATiny, AVR, Basic Stamp, Blackfin, ChromeOS, Code Warrior, ColdFire, Cortex, DaVinci Boards, Digilent, EEPROM, Encoders, FPGA, Freescale, Intel, JTAG Devices, Kinetis, Lapis, Lattice, Magnetic Position Sensors, MSP430, PIC, Zilog, and ZON to name a few.
Programming Adapters, Sockets
Products in this family are designed to facilitate making electrical connections to devices such as microcontrollers and programmable oscillators that must be electronically configured prior to use. Commonly used during product development efforts or to allow use of a common configuration tool with programmable devices in a variety of physical packages, they are typically designed to allow damage-free insertion and removal of the devices to be programmed.
Software and services are made to be used with or for specific development boards or other devices. These have many different applications, editions, and types. There are multiple licensing lengths along with various operating system choices. Media delivery types include: card, CD/DVD, USB flash drive, electronically delivered, and SD/microSD.