xG28-EK2705A

MSRP $34.00

EFR32xG28 Explorer Kit

The EFR32xG28 Explorer Kit is a small form factor development and evaluation platform based on the EFR32xG28 System-on-Chip. The EFR32xG28 Explorer Kit is focused on rapid prototyping and concept creation of IoT applications for Sub-GHz and Bluetooth LE like Wi-SUN, Amazon Sidewalk, Z-Wave, Wireless M-Bus, and proprietary networks.

Key features of the board includes a USB interface, an on-board SEGGER J-Link debugger, Packet Trace Interface, push buttons, and support for hardware add-on boards via a mikroBus socket and a Qwiic® connector. The hardware add-on support allows developers to create and prototype applications using a virtually endless combination of off-the-shelf boards from mikroE, sparkfun, AdaFruit, and Seeed Studios.

MSRP $34.00

 

Small Form Factor Kit

  • Aligned with breadboard dimensions

Kit Contents

  • xG28 Explorer board (BRD2705A)

Target Device

  • EFR32ZG28B312F1024IM48
    • High-peformance 2.4 GHz BLE radio
    • 78 MHz 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M33
    • 1024 kB flash and 256 kB RAM
    • Secure Vault"

Protocol Support

  • Wi-SUN
  • WM-Bus
  • Proprietary
  • Amazon Sidewalk

Kit Features

  • Two LEDs and two push buttons
  • Reset button
  • USB Micro-B connector for power and debug connection
  • On-board SEGGER J-Link debugger
  • Virtual COM port
  • Packet Trace Interface (PTI)
  • Breakout pads for GPIO access and connection to external hardware
  • Third-party add-on connectors
    • mikroBUS™ socket
    • Qwiic® connector

Step 1: Download and Install Simplicity Studio Version 5

Get up and running quickly with precompiled demos, application notes, and examples. Use advanced tools including energy profiling to optimize your MCU application. Choose your software package below.



Step 2: Plug in Your Kit and Use Simplicity Studio to Install the desired SDKs

After plugging in your kit, launch Simplicity Studio and Open Package Manager in the left upper corner (green downward arrow under the menu bar). Select the desired stacks and download them. Visit the package manager regularly for updates.

Step 3: Browse our Developer Documentation

Select the Protocol Stack and review the documentation to get started.

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