C2000 Peripheral Explorer Kit

(ACTIVE) TMDSPREX28335

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The C2000 Peripheral Explorer Kit enables new C2000 users and university students to easily learn how to use all of the advanced peripherals on a C2000 microcontroller. The kit includes an F28335 controlCARD and a baseboard with all the hardware necessary to interact with the peripherals. The kit also includes a Teaching ROM, with over 15 labs detailing the F28335. The kit includes a peripheral explorer EVM, an F28335 controlCARD, CCS V4, 2010 C2000 Teaching ROM and full hardware and software documentation. Hardware documents can be accessed by installing controlSUITE.

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TMDSPREX28335:
C2000 Peripheral Explorer Kit

$195.00(USD)




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ACTIVE PC  Microsoft Windows  v1.0  9-Feb-09 
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More literature (3)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 239 10 Dec 2015 1,571
PDF 382 30 Jun 2010 678
ZIP 309540 06 May 2010 736

Software (2)


Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (2)

Name Part Number Tool Type
TMS320F2808 controlCARD  TMDSCNCD2808  Daughter Cards 
TMS320F28335 controlCARD  TMDSCNCD28335  Daughter Cards 

TI Devices (3)

Part Number Name Product Family
SM320F28335-HT  High Temperature Digital Signal Controller  Real Time Control MCUs 
TMS320F2808  32-Bit Digital Signal Controller with Flash  Real-time Control 
TMS320F28335  Delfino Microcontroller  Real-time Control 

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