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FRDM-KL46Z - 

ARM, KINETIS KL4X USB, SEGMENT LCD, FREEDOM DEV BOARD

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Manufacturer:
NXP NXP
Manufacturer Part No:
FRDM-KL46Z
Newark Part No.:
87W8000
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

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Kinetis - KL4
:
KL46Z
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32bit
:
ARM
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NXP
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Cortex-M0+
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Dev Board KL46Z
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Product Overview

The FRDM-KL46Z is an ultra low cost development kit enabled by the Kinetis MKL46Z256VLL4 MCU built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. The MKL46Z256VLL4 device has a maximum operating frequency of 48MHz, 256KB of flash, 32KB RAM, a full speed USB controller, segment LCD controller and loads of analog and digital peripherals. This kit is a set of software and hardware tools for evaluation and development. The FRDM-KL46Z can be used to evaluate the KL46, KL36, KL26 and KL16 Kinetis L series devices. The FRDM-KL46Z hardware is form factor compatible with the Arduino R3 pin layout, providing a broad range of expansion board options. The on board interfaces includes a 4 digit segment LCD, a 3 axis digital accelerometer, magnetometer, capacitive touch slider, and ambient light sensor. This board features the open standard embedded serial and debug adapter known as OpenSDA. This circuit offers several options for serial communications, flash programming and run control debugging.
  • Dual role USB interface with mini B USB connector
  • MMA8451Q accelerometer
  • MAG3110 is a low power digital 3D magnetic sensor
  • Two user LEDs
  • Two user push buttons
  • Flexible power supply options like USB, coin cell battery, external source
  • Battery ready, power measurement access points
  • Easy access to MCU I/O via Arduino R3 compatible I/O connectors
  • Arduino R3 compatibility
  • Mass storage device flash programming interface

Applications

Communications & Networking, Sensing & Instrumentation, Embedded Design & Development

Contents

FRDM-KL46Z development board, Quick reference card.

Footnotes

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

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