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Texas Instruments Launches Stellaris MCU Robotic Evaluation Platform

Texas Instruments (TI) has released its latest Stellaris microcontroller (MCU) Robotic Evaluation Platform (EVALBOT). The new evaluation platform offers adaptability to designers to select from a broad range of software tools network, enabling them to avail all aspects of the Stellaris Cortex-M3 microcontroller in their desired environment.

The company has pre-equipped the upgraded Stellaris EVALBOT with StellarisWare application. The new kits feature more illustration projects in source code along with a demonstration enabling developers to quickly investigate with the expansion port of the kit that upholds the wireless evaluation modules of TI.

The new EVALBOT can be used by developers to use the Stellaris MCU in a real-time application that makes use of the incorporated 10/100 Ethernet MAC/PHY, USB On-The-Go, CAN and motion control abilities of the processor.

Various aspects of Stellaris EVALBOT are 96K SRAM, integrated Ethernet, 80 MHz Stellaris LM3S9B92 MCU with 256K flash, USB On-the-Go (OTG)/Host/Device and CAN. It is supported by several software tool chains like Keil MDK-ARM (News - Alert), IAR EWARM, TI Code Composer Studio, Code Red Technologies Red Suite, CodeSourcery SourceryG++ and generic GNU.

The company has also included an example display, audio and motor control software projects on the basis of the comprehensive StellarisWare code base facilitating concepts realization. EVALBOT platform includes an expansion port for supporting end customer extensions and TI wireless modules. In addition, Chronos-SimpliciTI demo software offers wireless manipulation of the evaluation platform when combined with CC1101EM Low-Power RF module and eZ430-Chronos watch of the company.

Source: http://www.ti.com

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