Elecronics V3 with onboard J-Link, BNO055 and CAN

Elecronics V3, Arduino of the Automotive World

Elecronics V3 with onboard J-Link, BNO055 and CAN

Cost effective. easy to use breadboard compatible automotive development board based on the NXP S32K144 microcontroller having ISO26262 ASIL Class B. Onboard Segger J-Link for programming and debugging. No need for external debugger. Integrated the Bosch BNO055 IMU sensor and CAN Transceiver. USB to UART also available on board through onboard Segger J-Link debugger with USB Type-C.

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product description

The Elecronics V3 is a low-cost development board based on the NXP S32K144UAT0VLLT microcontroller designed and manufactured by Gettobyte in India. The S32K144 offers functional safety compliance with ISO26262 ASIL Class B. The Elecronics V3 is equipped with onboard Segger J-Link Debugger along with CAN2.0B transceiver and Bosch BNO055 IMU sensor. This makes the Elecronics V3 a complete development package in itself. The Elecronics V3 also allows the user to switch between 3.3V and 5V logic along with the ability to change the ADC Reference voltage between 3.3V and 5V. It makes the Elecronics V3 extremely flexible for prototyping. The Elecronics V3 is made in a breadboard Compatible form factor offering 74 GPIOs for utilizing various peripherals of the S32K144 microcontroller. The board also integrated a RGB LED along with 2 push buttons.

Key Features

  • NXP S32K144UAT0VLLT chipset
  • Onboard Segger J-Link Debugger
  • USB Type-C for power supply and debugging
  • Onboard Bosch BNO055 IMU sensor
  • Onboard USB to UART through Segger J-Link.
  • One CAN2.0B Transceiver supporting CAN FD with extended frame
  • RGB LED
  • Two User Push Buttons
  • 10P JTAG for external debugger
  • 8 MHz high-speed external oscillator (HSE)
  • High-precision (3.3V ± 0.2%) voltage reference for ADC
  • Switchable ADC reference voltage between 3.3V and 5V
  • 4 Layer EMC compliance stackup designed for high EMI Automotive Environment

User Manual for Elecronics V3: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_wX_W05a2UqUZ3E6e4jCsLK8EBrKisfv/view?usp=sharing

additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 10 cm

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