NXP  FRDM-KL25Z WIFI SHIELD KIT  Freedom Board, MKL25Z128VLK4 80 LQFP MCU, Arduino style headers, Cap touch slider, Accelerometer

NXP FRDM-KL25Z WIFI SHIELD KIT

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The FRDM-KL25Z Wi-Fi shield kit is a Kinetis KL25Z NXP freedom platform with Arduino Wi-Fi shield board. This freedom development platform is a low cost evaluation and development platform featuring NXP's newest ARM Cortex-M0+ based Kinetis KL25Z MCUs. It can be used to evaluate the KL14, KL15, KL24 and KL25 devices. It features a KL25Z128VLK, a device boasting a maximum operating frequency of 48MHz, 128KB of flash, a full speed USB controller and loads of analogue and digital peripherals. The FRDM-KL25Z is the first hardware platform to feature the NXP open standard embedded serial and debug adapter known as OpenSDA. This board offers several options for serial communication, flash programming and run control debugging. The Arduino Wi-Fi shield allows an Arduino board to connect to the internet using the 802.11 wireless specifications. It is based on HDG204 Wireless LAN 802.11b/g system in package. An AT32UC3 provides a network stack capable of both TCP and UDP.
  • MKL25Z128VLK4 Cortex M0+ MCU with 128kB flash, 16kB SRAM, 48MHz speed and full speed USB controller
  • Capacitive touch slider display
  • MMA8451Q three axis accelerometer
  • Tri colour(RGB) LED for PWM signal indication
  • Flexible power supply options such as USB, external source and optional coin cell battery
  • Battery ready, power measurement access points
  • Easy access to MCU I/O via Arduino R3 compatible I/O connectors
  • Programmable OpenSDA debug interface with multiple applications
  • Expansion I/O form factor accepts peripherals designed for Arduino R3 compatible hardware

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Contents

FRDM-KL25Z NXP freedom board, One Arduino Wi-Fi shield, One SSW-106-01-T-S Samtec socket, Two SSW-108-01-T-S Samtec socket, One SSW-110-01-T-S Samtec socket, Three TSW-102-07-T-S Samtec header, SPC20060 Multicomp mini USB cable.
The OpenSDA circuit in Freedom board is only operational when a USB cable is connected and supplying power.
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  • Silicon Manufacturer NXP
  • Core Architecture ARM
  • Core Sub-Architecture Cortex-M0+
  • Silicon Core Number MKL2
  • Silicon Family Name Kinetis - KL2
  • No. of Bits 32bit
  • Kit Contents Board, Cable, 4x Sockets, 3x pins, Arduino WIFI Shield
  • Features MKL25Z128VLK4 80 LQFP MCU, Arduino style headers, Cap touch slider, accelerometer, Open SDA
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  • SVHC No SVHC (17-Dec-2015)

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Can I access separately the SD Card slot present on the shield(part number FRDM-KL25Z WIFI SHIELD KIT)?
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Yes, this shield can be used to access the SD card slot. Pin 10 is used to select the HDG204 (wifi features) and pin 4 for the SD card which is connected to Slave select of the MCU.
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Can this shield be used as a Datalogger(part number FRDM-KL25Z WIFI SHIELD KIT)?
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Yes this Shield has an on-board micro SD slot and can be used as a Datalogger.
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Which networks will this shield connect to(part number FRDM-KL25Z WIFI SHIELD KIT)?
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The shield will connect to open networks, as well as those using WEP and WPA2 Personal encryption. The shield will not connect to networks using WPA2 Enterprise encryption.
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What is the function of the Mini-USB connector on the shield(part number FRDM-KL25Z WIFI SHIELD KIT)?
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There is an onboard Mini-USB connector. This is not for programming an attached Arduino, it is for updating the AT32UC3 using the Atmel DFU protocol. The programming jumper adjacent to the power bus and analog inputs should be left unconnected for typical use. It is only used for DFU programming mode.
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Where can I find more resources for the Wifi shield(part number FRDM-KL25Z WIFI SHIELD KIT)?
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You can get more details from the links below:
http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/ArduinoW...
http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/WiFi
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