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The DK-TM4C129X is a Tiva C series TM4C129x connected development kit. The TM4C129x Tiva C series microcontroller provide designers a high performance ARM Cortex-M-based architecture with a broad set of integration capabilities and a strong ecosystem of software and development tools. The DK-TM4C129X is a complete development platform that provides everything need to develop applications for the Tiva C series TM4C129x microcontrollers. The development board features a 10/100Mbit Ethernet interface, an onboard QVGA colour display with resistive touch screen, an in circuit debugging interface (ICDI), microSD card slot, USB host, device, and OTG capabilities and multiple connectors for expandability. The board comes pre-programmed with a quick start application that is ready to use out of the box to view weather data provided by open weather map for any major city in the world.
  • QVGA colour display with resistive touch screen
  • USB 2.0 OTG/host/device port
  • Wireless EM connection
  • BoosterPack and BoosterPack XL interfaces
  • Quad SSI supported 512Mbit flash memory
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Expansion interface headers
  • 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX controller with internal PHY
  • Precision 3.0V reference
  • EM connector for wireless applications


Wireless; Embedded Design & Development; Power Management; Motor Drive & Control; Consumer Electronics; Communications & Networking; Medical; Sensing & Instrumentation; Test & Measurement; Lighting
If the LCD is disconnected, remove the shunt, otherwise the U9 current supply will get very hot and may be damaged.


DK-TM4C129X development board, Onboard in circuit debug interface (ICDI), USB memory stick with TivaWare for C Series code base, Auto retractable CAT-5 Ethernet cable, Two USB device cables, USB OTG cable, Getting started guide.
This is not a finished electrical equipment and not intended for consumer use.
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Product Specifications, Documents & More

  • Core Architecture: ARM
  • Core Sub-Architecture: Cortex-M4F
  • Features: TM4C129XNCZAD MCU, 10/100 ENET Controller, QVGA Display, Quad SSI to 512 Mbit Flash, EM Connector
  • Kit Contents: Dev Board, ICDI, Cables, USB Flash Drive, Docs, CD
  • No. of Bits: 32bit
  • SVHC: No SVHC (15-Jun-2015)
  • Silicon Core Number: TM4C129X
  • Silicon Family Name: Tiva C
  • Silicon Manufacturer: Texas Instruments


Availability:  2

  • 2 in stock for same day shipping
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    More stock available week commencing 12/14/15

Price for: Each 1

Minimum order quantity: 1

Order multiple quantity: 1

Price: $199.00 $199



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Customer Reviews

Tiva DK-TM4C129x Connected Development Kit - Review My final verdict on the Tiva C Series Connected Development Kit: a semi-fail. If you are the very small niche of programmers/developers that already have a lot of experience with ARM and 32-bit C programming, you'll be able to pick up this board and whip something up in no time. If you are anything less than that, you'll be wading in blind. The hardware itself is amazing, but the software, once again, disappointed me. I really feel that TI could do a lot more for its smaller, low-end market. I know that they're really after the $1-million a year clients, but the hobbyists/beginners/students like me are the people who in 5 or 10 years will be making those decisions at a big company. If I didn't have to wrestle with the Code Composer Studio software all the time (like having to wipe and re-install Windows just to get all the TI software working!!!) then this whole process would have been easier and this board would have scored better overall. Read More: http://www.element14.com/community/roadTestReviews/1649 May 16, 2014
Tiva DK-TM4C129x Connected Development Kit - Review I chose to evaluate this product based on a simple project. The Tiva DK-TM4C129x Connected Development Kit was impressive and disappointing at the same time. The PCB design is excellent, and the board is easy to manipulate. One of my favorite features is that the real time clock is buried inside the microcontroller. I was disappointed that a digital to analog converter was not included in the kit. A bit of tricky soldering is required in order to achieve some low-power mode capabilities. The most frustrating aspect of this evaluation was locating the Application Programming Interface (API), which was instead referred to as the Peripheral Driver Library (PDL). Read More: http://www.element14.com/community/roadTestReviews/1684 May 6, 2014
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