The SLSTK3301A is an excellent starting point to get familiar with the EFM32™ Tiny Gecko 11 32-bit microcontrollers. The starter kit contains sensors and peripherals demonstrating some of the MCU's many capabilities and can serve as a starting point for application development. The Tiny Gecko 11 features an on-board SEGGER J-Link debugger and an Advanced Energy Monitoring system, allowing you to program, debug, and perform real-time current profiling of your application without using external tools.
Download the Quick Start Guide and follow the instructions to lean how to get started with the new Tiny Gecko.
Get up and running quickly with precompiled demos, application notes and examples. Use advanced tools including energy profiling and network analysis to optimize your MCU and wireless systems.
|The SLEXP8022A WF200 Wi-Fi Expansion kit includes a built-in Raspberry Pi Connector to get started immediately with Linux development and an EXP Connector to enable development on Silicon Labs' MCUs and Wireless MCUs.|
|The SLEXP8022C WF200 Wi-Fi Expansion kit + Raspberry Pi includes a built-in Raspberry Pi Connector to get started immediately with Linux development and an EXP Connector to enable development on Silicon Labs' MCUs and Wireless MCUs.|
|The Isolated CAN Evaluation Kit is a demonstration and evaluation platform for creating Isolated CAN solutions. It can be used in conjunction with CAN capable EFM32 Starter Kits (STKs) like the EFM32 Giant Gecko 11 Starter Kit or the Tiny Gecko 11 Starter Kit. It simplifies the process of creating an isolated CAN solution by offering an already built and functioning platform. The board schematics are available and there are examples that can be run on the EFM32 Starter Kits to communicate via isolated CAN. The board contains one digital isolator, two CAN transceivers, a 20-pin breakout header for easy connection, many headers for debugging and evaluation, and screw terminals for the physical CAN bus.|
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