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Development kit FRDM-K28F from Freescale

FRDM-K28F is a development board for Kinetis microcontrollers based on ARM Cortex-M4 with numerous peripherals including 6-axis digital accelerometer and magnetometer, USB interface, microSD card slot, three-color LED and two user buttons. FRDM-K28F

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ID: 572431

51,73€ gross (23% VAT)
42,06€ net

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FRDM-K28F is a development board for Kinetis K27 and K28 high performance microcontrollers based on ARM Cortex-M4. The kit includes a 6-axis digital accelerometer and magnetometer for creating full eCompass functions, USB interface with Micro-B USB connector, microSD card slot, three-color LED and two user buttons, external QuadSPI 1x256Mb memory, mobile SDRAM memory, FlexIO based LCD socket and a light sensor.

FRDM-K28F has extensive support in the form of NXP MCUXpresso Config Tools, MCUXpresso SDK, Power Estimation Tool and MCUXpresso IDE as well as numerous usage examples.


  • Kinetis MK28FN2M0VMI15 MCU (ARM Cortex-M4 at 150 MHz, 1 MB SRAM, 2 MB Flash memory, HS and FS USB).
  • USB interface with a USB micro-B connector
  • Built-in QuadSPI memory with 256 Mbit (32 MB) of 1.8V
  • 128-bit (16 MB) built-in SDRAM memory at 3.3V
  • Many independent voltage levels: VDD_CORE, VDD, VBAT and VDDIO_E
  • FlexIO slot for connection of the optional TFT Proto 5 "CAPACITIVE display
  • Easy access to the MCU I / O via Arduino R3 compatible I / O connectors to connect external expansion cards
  • Flexible power option - OpenSDA v2.2 USB, Kinetis K28 USB or external source
  • Two buttons for entering data by the user and one for resetting
  • Programmable OpenSDA v2.2 debugging system supporting DAP-Link interface software that provides:
    • MSD flash memory programming interface
    • Interface for debugging CMSIS-DAP
    • Virtual serial port interface
    • CMSIS-DAP open source software project

Arrangement of elements and connectors


  • Development board FRDM-K28F Freedom
  • MicroUSB cable <> USB A