NXP KwikStik MCU Development Kit KWIKSTIK-K40

  • RS Stock No. 739-5923
  • Mfr. Part No. KWIKSTIK-K40
  • Brand NXP
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Kinetis K40 KwikStik development board

The KwikStik development tool is an ultra low-cost, all-in-one development tool for evaluating, developing and debugging Kinetis MCUs. It features the K40X256VLQ100 (144LQFP) MCU with USB, Touch Sensing and Segment LCD functionality. The KwikStik development tool can be used standalone or integrated with the Freescale Tower System. The on-board Segger™ J-Link™ debug interface allows the user to evaluate the features of the on-board Kinetis K40 MCU or to develop, debug and program their own target hardware based on any Kinetis MCU. The KwikStik development tool comes pre-flashed with demonstration software to exercise a small portion of the capabilities of the Kinetis K40X256 device and the KwikStik hardware. Be sure to check the Downloads tab for updated software and lab guides to walk you through how to build, program and run the latest demonstration software.

Kinetis K40X256 microcontroller, 256KB Flash memory, 256KB FlexMemory
LCD display with 306 segments
3.5 mm audio output jack
2 x Micro USB connectors
Omni-directional microphone and a buzzer
On-Board J-Link USB programmer
Infrared communications
Micro SD card slot
Capacitive touch sensing Interface
General purpose Tower Plug-in (TWRPI) socket
Manganese Lithium rechargeable battery

Supplied with

Flexible plastic enclosure, 3ft USB cable, Interactive DVD with software installers and documentation, Quick Start Guide

Note

NXP is a trademark of NXP B.V.

The Kinetis range of ARM Cortex core microcontrollers consists of multiple hardware- and software-compatible Cortex-M0+ and Cortex-M4 MCU families with exceptional low-power performance, memory scalability and feature integration. Families range from the entry-level Cortex-M0+ Kinetis L Series to the high-performance, feature-rich Cortex-M4 Kinetis K and include a wide selection of analogue, communication, HMI, connectivity and security features.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Classification Development Kit
Kit Name KwikStik
Technology MCU
Processor Part Number K40X256VLQ100
Available to back order for despatch when stock is available
Price Each
£ 37.09
(exc. VAT)
£ 44.51
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
1 +
£37.09
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