The Class D ToolStick highlights the Precision32 family's high level of integration, including a 300 mA high-drive I/O, crystal-less USB operation, an I²S receiver, and capacitive sensing.
The Class D ToolStick kit shows you how to quickly and easily add Utility Class D audio to your designs using the Precision32 MCUs:
Versatile, easy-to-use Class D demo kit and software – includes hardware Gerber files and software to streamline the process of adding Class D audio to embedded applications; intuitive capacitive touch user interface
Cost-effective development platform for SiM3U1xx/SiM3C1xx MCUs – built-in USB debugger/programming interface and accessible pins for easy prototyping interface
Complimentary software development tools – Precision32 IDE, AppBuilder crossbar configuration software and Keil tool chains
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