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Keil Evaluation Boards

KEIL Development Evaluation boards for ARM Cortex-M3 SBC ARM7 ARM9

 

Keil Software designs and manufactures evaluation boards (single-board computers) to help you get started with a new microcontroller architecture and with the Keil development tools.  All of the Keil evaluation boards include evaluation software as well as all the necessary cables and documentation to get up and running quickly.

All KEIL Development boards are available from Nohau Online Web Store and also available FREE when purchased with any associated Tools product.

The evaluation boards provided are ready-to-run, straight out of the box with evaluation Tools and Software.

Click on the board thumbnail to see a more detailed image of the board. click on the User's Guide link to get more detailed information about each board.

Most Nohau UK Source Code products run on these boards from KEIL, including HCC-Embedded File Systems and USB Stacks and the Quadros RTXC range of Real-Time Operating Systems.

 

Keil ARM Evaluation Boards

KEIL MCBTMS570 Dual Core Cortex-R4 Evaluation Board

MCBTMS570 Evaluation Board

The Keil MCBTMS570 Development Kit introduces the Texas Instruments TMS570 Cortex-R4 processor-based device, allowing you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.
The MCBTMS570 has a wide range of interfaces making it a great starting point for your next ARM project.

Details here >>>

MCBSTM32 Evaluation Board

MCBSTM32 evaluation Board

MCBSTM32 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBSTM32 Evaluation Board introduces you to the STMicroelectronics Cortex-M3 family of ARM devices and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

One serial interface, analog input (via potentiometer), one CAN interface, LCD, USB, and eight LEDs make this board a great starting point for your next Cortex-M3 project.

MCBSTM32E Evaluation Board

MCBSTM32E Development Board with ETM
MCBSTM32E User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBSTM32E Evaluation Board introduces you to the STMicroelectronics STM32 family of ARM devices and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

One serial interface, analog input (via potentiometer), analog output (to speaker), one CAN interface, QVGA LCD, joystick, USB, MicroSD Card interface, and eight LEDs make this board a great starting point for your next Cortex-M3 project.

MCB2100 Evaluation Board

MCB2100
MCB2100 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB2100 Evaluation Board introduces the Philips LPC2100 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download using the Philips LPC210x FLASH ISP Utility) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

It includes two serial interfaces, two CAN interfaces, eight LEDs, analog input and two push buttons.

 

MCB2103 Evaluation Board

MCB2103
MCB2103 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB2103 Evaluation Board introduces the Philips LPC2103 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download using the Philips LPC210x FLASH ISP Utility) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

It includes one serial interface, eight LEDs, analog input and two push buttons.

 

MCB2130 Evaluation Board

MCB2130
MCB2103 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB2130 Evaluation Board introduces the Philips LPC2100 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download using the Philips LPC210x FLASH ISP Utility) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

It includes two serial interfaces, eight LEDs, analog input, two push buttons and a speaker.

MCB2140 Evaluation Board

MCB2140
MCB2140 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB2140 Evaluation Board introduces the Philips LPC2140 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download using the Philips LPC210x FLASH ISP Utility) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

It includes two serial interfaces, a USB interface, eight LEDs, analog input, two push buttons, a speaker and an SD Memory Card interface.

MCB2300 Evaluation Board


MCB2300 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB2300 Evaluation Board introduces you to the NXP (founded by Philips) LPC2300 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

Two serial interfaces, a speaker, analog input (via potentiometer), two CAN interfaces, LCD, USB, Ethernet, SD Card interface, two push buttons and eight LEDs make this board a great starting point for your next ARM project.

The MCB2300 Evaluation Board is available in two different configurations:

  • The MCB2360 Evaluation Board is based on the NXP LPC2360 family and comes populated with an LPC2368.
  • The MCB2370 Evaluation Board is based on the NXP LPC2370 family and comes populated with an LPC2378.

MCB2460 Evaluation Board

MCB2460 board

MCB2460 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB2460 Evaluation Board introduces the NXP LPC2460 ARM family. It allows you to create and test working programs for this architecture.

Two CAN & serial interfaces, analog input, QVGA LCD w/touch screen, USB, and Ethernet make this board a great starting point for your next ARM project.

MCB2900 Evaluation Board

MCB2900 Development Board

MCB2900 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB2900 Evaluation Board introduces you to the NXP (founded by Philips) LPC2900 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

The Keil MCB2900 Evaluation Board connects to your PC using the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK2 USB-JTAG Adapter and the µVision IDE and Debugger).

Two Serial and two CAN interfaces make this board a great starting point for your next ARM project.

MCBSTR7 Evaluation Board

MCBSTR7
MCBSTR7 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBSTR7 Evaluation Board introduces the STMicroelectronics STR710 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

It includes two serial interfaces, a CAN interface, eight LEDs and three push buttons.

MCBSTR730 Evaluation Board

MCBSTR730
MCBSTR730 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBSTR730 Evaluation Board introduces the STMicroelectronics STR730 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

It includes two serial interfaces, a CAN interface, eight LEDs and two push buttons.

MCBSTR750 Evaluation Board

MCBSTR750
MCBSTR750 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBSTR750 Evaluation Board introduces you to the STMicroelectronics STR750 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.

The Keil MCBSTR750 Evaluation Board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

Two serial interfaces, analog input (via potentiometer), one CAN interface, SD Memory Card interface, LCD, USB, three push buttons and eight LEDs make this board a great starting point for your next ARM project.

MCBSTR9 Evaluation Board

MCBSTR9
MCBSTR7 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBSTR9 Evaluation Board introduces the STMicroelectronics STR9 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture. This board connects to your PC using the JTAG interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

It provides two serial, CAN, Ethernet, and USB interfaces as well as eight LEDs, analog input (via potentiometer), LCD and three push buttons

Keil C166 Evaluation Boards

MCBXC167 Evaluation Board

MCBXC167
MCBXC167 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBXC167 Evaluation Boards (MCBXC167-BASIC and MCBXC167-NET) introduce the Infineon XC16x microcontroller family and allow you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture. This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download) or the OCDS interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

Keil C251/C51 Evaluation Boards

MCBx51 Evaluation Board

MCBx51
MCBx51 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBx51 Evaluation Board works with all 44-pin 8051 and 251 devices including the Intel 251Sx/Tx; Atmel T80C251G1D/G2D and 8051Rx2; Philips 8051Rx2 and 8xC664; Various Winbond devices; and Dallas 320, 420, and 520. The MCBx51 allows you to investigate the capabilities of the 8051 and 251 and create real working programs with the Keil development tools.

MCB900 Evaluation Board

MCB900
MCB900 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB900 Evaluation Board is a versatile, flexible prototype board for the Philips P89LPC93x microcontroller family. It includes the Keil ÁVision LPC Development Studio which allows you to create and debug programs that you can program into the on-chip Flash ROM.

MCB950 Evaluation Board

MCB950
MCB950 User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCB950 Evaluation Board is a versatile, flexible prototype board for the Philips P89LPC952 microcontroller family. It includes the Keil ÁVision LPC Development Studio which allows you to create and debug programs that you can program into the on-chip Flash ROM using FlashMagic.

MCBXC866 Evaluation Board

MCBXC866
MCBXC866 User's Guide >>

The Keil MCBXC866 Evaluation Board introduces the Infineon XC800 microcontroller family and allows you to create and test working programs for this 8051-based architecture. This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download) or the OCDS interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger).

MCBXC88x Evaluation Board

MCBXC88X
MCBXC88x User's Guide >>>

The Keil MCBXC88x Evaluation Board introduces the Infineon XC88x microcontroller family and allows you to create and test working programs for this 8051-based architecture. This board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download) or the OCDS interface (for program debug using the Keil ULINK USB-JTAG Adapter and the ÁVision IDE and Debugger). Serial and CAN interfaces, analog input (via potentiometer), and eight LEDs (on Port 3) make this board a great starting point for your next 8051 project.