WB-JadeRabbit LM3S9B96 Development KIT,Ethernet,USB OTG/Host/Device,LCD(Touch),SD Card,I2S,CAN,485,SPI FLASH,Radio,USB to 232
Stellaris WB-JadeRabbit LM3S9B96 Development KIT provides a feature-rich development platform for 10/100M Ethernet,USB OTG/Host/Device,LCD(Touch),SD Card,I2S,and CAN,485,SPI FLASH,Radio mode,USB to 232 onboard,support NRF24L01 wireless,gravity mode and so on.
The development kit contains all cables, software, and documentation needed to develop and run applications for Stellaris microcontrollers easily and quickly.
Processor:LM3S9b96, 80MHz, 256k Flash, 96k SRAM
2MB SPI Flash(W25Q16) on board
2048-Bit I2C EEPROM(AT24L02) on board
FM radio mode(TEA5767) on board
Support 3.2"LCD(320X240) with touch pad(SSD1298 controller)
Support 4.3"LCD QVGA(480X272) with touch pad(SSD1963 controller)(need to pay 35$ extra)
One USB interface,support Host/Device/OTG
One 10/100M Ethernet (HR911105A)
One Micro SD Card interface.
One CAN interface(SN65VHD230)
One 485 interface(SP3485)
One 232 interface(DB9)(MAX3232)
One USB to 232 interface(PL2303HX)
One IIC audio in/out put
One I2S audio decode(WM8978)
One loudhailer for audio
Support TI StellarisWare? Peripheral Library, USB Library, and Graphics Library in conjunction with ARM development tools from ARM tools partners.
One gravity mode interface,suport MMA7260 mode(need to buy extra)
One wireless interface,support NRF24L01 mode(need to buy extra)
One RTC battery seat(CR1220)
One 8 class PWM output
One Joystick,One Reset,One NMI,One User
One power LED,One USB LED,three User LED
One JTAG interface,20PIN(2.54)
Two way for power:5VDC or USB line
Part I/O fetch out.
Board Size: 15.5CM X 11CM.
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