Development Board, EMI/Motor Control, CorteX-M0+, Kinetis KE04 MCU, Accelerometer

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Dev Board MKE04Z8VFK4
Kinetis - E
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Product Overview

The FRDM-KE04Z is an ultra low cost development platform for MKE04Z8VFK4 microcontroller built on ARM Cortex-M0+ processor and with 8KB flash. The MKE04Z8VFK4 is a most scalable portfolio of low power, high robustness, mixed signal 32bit MCU running up to 48MHz in the industry. This microcontroller includes a powerful array of analog, communication, timing and control peripherals with varying flash memory size and pin count. Additionally, it is a highly robust, cost effective and energy efficient device that provide appropriate entry level solution. Ultimately, this is next generation MCU solution, offering enhanced ESD/EMC performance for cost sensitive, high reliability device applications used in high electrical noise environments. The FRDM-KE04Z features two microcontrollers, the target microcontroller and OpenSDA microcontroller. The target microcontroller is a Kinetis E series KE04 family device and OpenSDA microcontroller is a Kinetis K series K20 family device K20DX128VFM5.
  • Capacitive touch slider, MMA8451Q accelerometer and tricolor LED
  • Flexible power supply options through USB and external source
  • Easy access to microcontroller I/O
  • IrDA transmitter and receiver
  • Form factor compatible with Arduino R3 pin layout
  • OpenSDA debug interface
  • Mass storage device flash programming interface
  • No tool installation required to evaluate demo applications
  • P&E debug interface provides run control debugging and compatibility with IDE tools
  • New ARM standard for embedded debug interface


Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Power Management, Metering, Security


FRDM-KE04Z hardware, Quick reference card.


The OpenSDA circuit is operational only when a USB cable is connected and is supplying power to OpenSDA USB connector.

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