Development Kits

P-SRAM Serial QSPI Evaluation Kit

The Avalanche P-SRAM™ serial QSPI evaluation kit enables users to evaluate Avalanche’s P-SRAM Serial QSPI product using a STMicro Nucleo motherboard connected to an Avalanche daughter card via a standard Asynchronous SRAM interface. The Avalanche daughter card is populated with a AS3016204-108. The STMicro Nucleo motherboard communicates with the computer using a USB 2.0 cable type A/B and terminal emulator software, using Avalanche’s proprietary software application. This evaluation kit is designed to work with the STMicro NUCLEO-H743ZI2 with UNO R3 compatible header. The kit includes both the STMicro NUCLEO-H743ZI2 board as well as the Avalanche AS3016204-108xx daughter card.

P-SRAM Parallel Interface Evaluation Kit

The Avalanche parallel interface P-SRAM™ evaluation kit enables users to evaluate Avalanche’s P-SRAM parallel interface product using a STMicro Nucleo motherboard connected to Avalanche’s daughter card via a standard Asynchronous SRAM interface. The Avalanche parallel interface P-SRAM daughter card is populated with a AS3016316-035nX0I device. The STMicro Nucleo motherboard communicates with the computer using two USB 2.0 cables type A/B and terminal emulator software, using Avalanche’s proprietary software application. This evaluation kit is designed to work with the STMicro NUCLEO-F746ZG with UNO R3 compatible header. The evaluation kit includes both the STMicro NUCLEO-F746ZG motherboard and the Avalanche parallel interface P-SRAM daughter card.

P-SRAM Arduino SPI Evaluation Board

The Avalanche P-SRAM evaluation board is designed as an easy-to-use, flexible, and low-cost development kit for evaluation of Avalanche Serial P-SRAM products.

The Avalanche P-SRAM evaluation board populated with a P-SRAM device can be connected to an Arduino UNO R3 or other host boards with compatible UNO R3 headers. Avalanche software bundled APIs and test program provide basic access to functionality of the Avalanche P-SRAM device.

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