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Description:

connecting the two boards

A complete starter kit and development system for the C8051F34x series microcontrollers, such as C8051F340. It is designed to give designers a quick start to develop code on these devices.

This development system contains a main development board with the C8051F340 chip in TQFP48 package, and an additional expansion board with various peripheral devices.

The BUS-A & BUS-B headers located on both boards should be used to connect the two boards via 10-pin cables, which are delivered with the product. As shown in the figure right.

Features:

EX-F34x-Q48

  • Power
    • Powered from mini USB port or 5V DC jack, configured via on board switch
    • Power input/output pin headers
      • spare power input
      • convenient for providing power supply to other board/device if necessary
  • Onboard Chips
    • C8051F340 (TQFP48), the C8051F Microcontroller
    • AMS1117-3.3, on board regulator
  • Interfaces
    • JTAG/C2 interface for programming/debuging
    • mini USB interface
    • BUS-A & BUS-B, for connecting to the expansion board DVK501, ease to study/develop various peripheral devices
  • Human to Machine Interface
    • Reset button, used to reset the system
    • Power indicator LED
  • Other Features
    • External crystal configurable
      • there is a jumper for selecting on board 12M crystal or custom crystal mounted via the socket
      • a jumper for configuring MCU pins as oscillator inputs or regular I/O pins
    • All the MCU I/O pins are accessible on expansion connectors for further expansion
    • All the pins are clearly marked on the PCB. These marks provide the basic information on the pins
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Description of product

Description:

connecting the two boards

A complete starter kit and development system for the C8051F34x series microcontrollers, such as C8051F340. It is designed to give designers a quick start to develop code on these devices.

This development system contains a main development board with the C8051F340 chip in TQFP48 package, and an additional expansion board with various peripheral devices.

The BUS-A & BUS-B headers located on both boards should be used to connect the two boards via 10-pin cables, which are delivered with the product. As shown in the figure right.

Features:

EX-F34x-Q48

  • Power
    • Powered from mini USB port or 5V DC jack, configured via on board switch
    • Power input/output pin headers
      • spare power input
      • convenient for providing power supply to other board/device if necessary
  • Onboard Chips
    • C8051F340 (TQFP48), the C8051F Microcontroller
    • AMS1117-3.3, on board regulator
  • Interfaces
    • JTAG/C2 interface for programming/debuging
    • mini USB interface
    • BUS-A & BUS-B, for connecting to the expansion board DVK501, ease to study/develop various peripheral devices
  • Human to Machine Interface
    • Reset button, used to reset the system
    • Power indicator LED
  • Other Features
    • External crystal configurable
      • there is a jumper for selecting on board 12M crystal or custom crystal mounted via the socket
      • a jumper for configuring MCU pins as oscillator inputs or regular I/O pins
    • All the MCU I/O pins are accessible on expansion connectors for further expansion
    • All the pins are clearly marked on the PCB. These marks provide the basic information on the pins