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Development kit with STM32L496ZGT6 microcontroller with built-in ST-Link programmer. Extensive equipment, including: MEMS 6DoF sensor, motor controller, joystick, LED display, 8 LED diodes, RGB LED, audio amplifier, Flash memory QSPI 1 MB, microphone.
The offer is intended only for academic recipients (students and university lecturers)!
When placing an order, please provide:
- first and last name of the user
- user's e-mail address (e-mail address must be from the university's domain)
- full name of the university
- name of the faculty / institute / didactic facility
- university address
- college website
- Attention! If the user is a student, it is additionally necessary to send a scan of the ID card.
KAmeleon is a development kit with STM32L496ZGT6 microcontroller (ARM Cortex-M4) which is a complete platform for learning programming. The extensive equipment and library supporting all built-in peripherals enable the use of an efficient ARM microcontroller, easily comparable to Arduino. The set has a built-in programmer / debugger ST-Link with a micro-USB port, micro-USB cable is included, so you just need to attach the kit to the computer and start the programming adventure (if using the motor controller it is recommended to use the 12 V power supply included with DC sockets or terminal). The producer has also prepared sample programs that show how to use all the elements that the board is equipped with. An additional advantage of KAmeleon is the connector designed to connect the Analog Discovery 2 analyzer / oscilloscope, thanks to which you can "view" the microcontroller line states.