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Using MAXQ610 evaluation kit

Posted: 05 Jan 2009     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:MAXQ610  battery-powered  RISC processor 

The MAXQ610 is a low-power MCU from Maxim Integrated Products. It is designed for battery-powered applications and offers low active-mode current (1.4mA typical at 1MHz, and 3.5mA typical at 12MHz) and low stop-mode current (200nA typical). The MCU also features a 16-bit single-cycle RISC processor core and clocking schemes that help dynamically control performance and power consumption. Maxim says that MAXQ610 is ideal for applications that require a large number of I/O pins and are concerned with low power consumption.

MAXQ610 evaluation kit provides a platform for developing low-power applications for the MAXQ610 processor. The kit includes an IR transmitter and receiver; 2 serial ports; 8 pushbuttons for user input; 4 LEDs for application usage; a prototyping area; and headers for accessing all the MAXQ610's I/O pins. Additionally, jumpers are provided to allow monitoring of the MAXQ610 processor's actual power consumption during operation.

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