element14 and Freescale Semiconductor are sponsoring two free one-hour webinars. The title of the webcast is: Energy efficient designs made simple with the rich enablement of Kinetis L series microcontrollers. The online seminars will take place on Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 12 noon CDT and on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 12 noon CDT. Engineers can attend the live webinars or view on-demand versions afterwards on the element14 engineering community.
Newark element14 and Freescale Semiconductor are hosting a webinar next week. The webcast will cover the features of the high performance, ultra low power Kinetis K and L Series microcontrollers. The event will also discuss Freescale’s range of design tools, including Code Warrior, Processor Expert, Tower System and MQX. The title of the webinar is How to Leverage Kinetis ARM solutions in your design. The online seminar will take place on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at 12 noon CST.
element14 is hosting a webinar tomorrow. The webcast will present a step-by-step guide to debugging an ARM based design with the Keil ULINK-ME debug adapter. Attendees of the webcast will also be invited to apply to RoadTest the Keil ULINK-ME, bundled with an ARM Cortex-M processor-based STM32 series development kit. element14′s RoadTest Group enables developers to test and review new products, and post their results and findings on the element14 Community. The online seminar is a part of their Design Flow Series webinar series. The free event will take place on June 19, 2012, at 10 am EST (16:00 CET).
element14 is hosting a series of design flow webinars. The first webcast is about programming the Raspberry Pi. It features Raspberry Pi co-founder Eben Upton. The first online seminar will take place on April 4th at 10am EST (2pm GMT, 3pm BST). The Design Flow webinar series offer hints and tips, as well as useful techniques that help drive the design flow.
element14, Microchip and Matrix teamed together to create the PIC18 Flowcode Developers Kit. The PIC18F26J50 EVK Flowcode Development Kit is designed to provide developers a hands-on approach for learning Flowcode 4, which is an advanced graphical programming language for microcontrollers. The development kit features the PIC18F26J50-EVK Board, USB cable, a lite version of Flowcode 4, and CD-ROM. The PIC18F26J50 EVK Flowcode Development Kit is available for $38.22.
element14 introduced the DM3730 ARM based development kit. The DM3730-EVK Evaluation Kit features an ARM based TI DaVinci digital media processor, 512MB DDR SDRAM, 512MB NAND Flash, 2GB iNAND, 10/100M Ethernet interface (RJ45), TF card slot, OTG port, four USB ports, and three serial ports (UART1: 5-wire TTL serial port; UART2: 5-wire TTL serial port; UART3: 5-wire RS232 serial port). The development system is ideal for developing navigation systems, media players, medical patient monitoring devices, industrial test and measurement devices, industrial vision and portable communications systems.
Atmel and element14 teamed together on the AT91SAM9G45-EVK evaluation kit. The SAM9 development kit includes an evaluation board based on the Atmel’s new processor AT91SAM9G45. The board features 128 Mbytes DDR2 memory, 256 Mbytes SLC NAND Flash, USB host/device port, Ethernet 10/100 interface, two high-speed SD/MMC slots and a QVGA 320×240 LCD panel with resistive touch screen. The board supports Linux, WinCE and Android OS. In addition to the board, the Atmel element14 kit includes TFT LCD panel (4.3″ QVGA 480×272 resistive touch screen), 20 pins-10 pins JTAG converter, power adapter, and various cables.