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Freedom Development Board, USB, CorteX-M0+

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Manufacturer:
NXP NXP
Manufacturer Part No:
FRDM-KL26Z
Newark Part No.:
87W8001
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Product Overview

The FRDM-KL26Z is a freedom development platform for Kinetis MKL26Z128VLH4 microcontroller. The freedom development platform is a set of software and hardware tools for evaluation and development. It’s ideal for the rapid prototyping of microcontroller based applications. The freedom KL26Z hardware (FRDM-KL26Z) is a capable and cost effective design featuring a Kinetis L series microcontroller, the industry’s first microcontroller built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ core. The FFRDM-KL26Z can be used to evaluate the KL16 and KL26 Kinetis L series devices. It features a KL26Z128VLH4, a device boasting a maximum operating frequency of 48MHz, 128KB of flash, a full speed USB controller and numerous analogue and digital peripherals. This board features the open standard embedded serial and debug adapter known as OpenSDA. The OpenSDA is an open standard serial and debug adapter. It bridges serial and debug communications between a USB host and an embedded target processor.
  • Capacitive touch slider, FXOS8700CQ magnetometer and accelerometer, tricolor LED
  • Easy access to microcontroller I/O
  • Sophisticated OpenSDA debug interface
  • Mass storage device flash programming interface (default)
  • P&E multilink interface provides run control debugging and compatibility with IDE tools
  • OpenSDA debug interface
  • Battery ready, power measurement access points
  • Form factor compatible with Arduino R3 pin layout
  • Flexible power supply options, USB, coin cell battery, external source
  • No tool installation required to evaluate demo applications

Applications

Consumer Electronics, Power Management, Communications & Networking, Audio

Contents

FRDM-KL26Z freedom board, Quick reference card.

Footnotes

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

Product Information

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NXP
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32bit
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Kinetis - KL2
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ARM
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Cortex-M0+
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KL26Z
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Dev Board KL26Z
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What are the new things on this board (part number FRDM-KL26Z) compared to KL25 board.
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FRDM-KL26Z is an improvement to the KL25Z, and adds I2S, a 16-bit (vs 8-bit) SPI, an additional GPIO port with interrupt capability, and more. The board also features the new FXOS8700CQ sensor device, which is a combined accelerometer and magnetometer.
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What kind of MEMS sensor does it have (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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FRDM-KL26Z on-board interfaces include the new FXOS8700CQ 6-axis digital accelerometer and magnetometer
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Does this board have an ambient light sensor (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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Yes, this board is having Light sensor part from Everlight ALS-PT19-315C/L177/TR8
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Can you suggest whether this board supports OpenSDAV2 version (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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No this board doesnot supports OPENSDA-V2. It supports OpenSDA-V1 from MBED
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Can you suggest whether this board supports onboard debugging interface (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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Yes this board supports on board debugging feature called as CMSIS-DAP interface driver.
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Do i need a external programmer to flash the binaries (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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Not necessarily required since this board has OPENSDA interface through which it can be programmed directly with out using external programmer.
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What is the speed of the MCU in this board (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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This board is having KL26Z128VLH4 MCU which can support up to 48MHz of speed. The KL26Z128 on the FRDM-KL26Z is clocked from an 8 MHz crystal.
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Does this board support external debugger to work with (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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Yes this board has unpopulated standard 10-pin(0.05") Cortex JTAG Debug connector. The Samtec FTSH-105-02-F-D or compatible connector can be added to the J7 through-hole debug connector to allow for an external debug cable to be connected.
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Does this board have RS-232 communication (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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This board supports OPENSDA MSD driver and P&E Debug application driver which provides serial communication (act as virtual serial port).
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Can you suggest the part number for 2X5 JTAG connector for this board (part number FRDM-KL26Z)?
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Part No: FTSH-105-02-L-D (order code # 1766773) is 2X5 10 pin header used for JTAG connector
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