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  • Core Architecture: ARM
  • Core Sub-Architecture: Cortex-M3
  • Features: LM3S9B92 MCU, MicroSD Card Connector, RJ45 Ethernet, USB Host & Device Connectors
  • Kit Contents: Board, Mechanical Components, book
  • No. of Bits: 32bit
  • SVHC: No SVHC (17-Dec-2014)
  • Silicon Core Number: LM3S9B92
  • Silicon Family Name: Stellaris
  • Silicon Manufacturer: Texas Instruments

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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS-EKB-UCOS3-BNDL-LM3S9B92, ROBOTIC, W / UC/OS-III BOOK, EVALUATION BOARD;LM3S9B92, ROBOTIC, W / UC/OS-III BOOK, EVALUATION BOARD; Silicon Manufacturer:Texas Instruments; Core Architecture:ARM; Core Sub-Architecture:Cortex-M3; Silicon Core Number:LM3S9B92; Silicon Family Name:Stellaris; No. of Bits:32bit

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Stellaris Robotic Evaluation Board (EVALBOT) is a robotic evaluation platform for the Stellaris LM3S9B92 MCU. The board also uses a range of TI's Analogue components for motor drive, power supply and communications functions. After a few minutes of assembly, the EVALBOT's electronics are ready-to-run. When roaming, three AA batteries supply power to the EVALBOT. The EVALBOT automatically selects USB power to a PC as a USB device. Test points are provided to all key EVALBOT signals. Two 20 pin headers enable future wireless communications using standardized TI low-power embedded radio modules (EM boards). Additional microcontroller signals are available on break-out pads arranged in rows adjacent to the microcontroller. The EVALBOT has factory-installed quick start software resident in on-chip Flash memory. For software debugging and Flash programming, an integrated ICDI requires only a single USB cable for debug and serial port functions.

Feature & Benefits:
Evaluation board with robotic capabilities
Mechanical components assembled by user
Stellaris LM3S9B92 microcontroller
MicroSD card connector, Wireless communication expansion port
I2S audio codec with speaker
USB Host and Device connectors
RJ45 Ethernet connector
Bright 96 x 16 blue OLED display
On-board In-Circuit Debug Interface (ICDI)
Battery power (3 AA batteries) or power through USB

Applications: Robotics, Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial
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