The ATMEGA1284P-XPLD is an evaluation board for megaAVR. It features an ATmega1284P and additional components demonstrating the features of the device. The AVR Explained kits are great platforms for early evaluation of the capabilities offered by the AVR microcontrollers. The MEGA-1284P Explained contain one QTouch button sensor, three mechanical buttons, four LED’s, 3 analogue sensors, a UART to USB bridge. The AVR Explained expansion headers provide easy access to analogue and digital I/O pins. The board is powered by the USB cable and equipped with the standard 10pin JTAG header that connects to the full range of AVR debuggers. The MEGA-1284P Explained can be used to evaluate the ATmega164/324/644/1284 microcontrollers and the A, P and PA versions of these devices. These devices share the same peripherals, and differ only in memory size electrical characteristics such as power consumption.
Note: For more technical details go through datasheet in the attachment section
- ATmega1284P microcontroller
- Read temperature sensor with the ADC
- Read light sensor with the ADC
- Use the Atmel QTouch library to detect touches on the touch button
- Use PWM as input to an analogue filter and ADC to measure the filter response
- 3 push buttons to interact with the microcontroller
- 4 LED’s to show status information
- Board controller that routes data from the ATmega1284P UART to the PC via USB
- Program the kit via bootloader or an Atmel programmer
- Expand the board with Explained top modules
1 x MICROCHIP ATMEGA1284P-XPLD Evaluation Kit, ATMEGA1284P MCU’s, Sensors, Mechanical Buttons, LED’s, UART to USB Bridge
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