Friday, September 5, 2014

Prototype development on fast track with Freescale Kinetis EA series from Newark element14

CHICAGO, USA: Newark element14, the global electronics distributor for design engineers, announces today the availability of the new Kinetis EA Series of microcontrollers and development tools from leading embedded solutions developer Freescale Semiconductor.

Integrating the ARM Cortex architecture and a revolutionary new development environment, the Kinetis EA series is designed to dramatically increase the speed and simplicity of the design process, enabling initial prototypes in as little as 24 hours and reducing research and development time by two weeks or more.

A development portal walks EA series users through a wide range of the most common processes for rapid prototyping and an integrated software and hardware package that also reduces cost. A suite of easy-to-use tools support fast prototyping for newcomers and veteran engineers alike. These support tools include reference designs (motor control, networking, LED lighting and two-wheel engine control for automotive applications), software packs for lighting and motor control, driver packages and low cost StarterTRAK boards.

The vast ARM third-party ecosystem of the EA Series also grants developers access to third party IP and resources that establish a common, shareable architecture across teams and cut down on time-to-market.

“We are very excited to launch this revolutionary family of microcontrollers from Freescale, which offer robust EMI performance and extended, automotive-grade temperature range,” said David Shen, Group CTO at Premier Farnell. “Also, Freescale’s unique, comprehensive ecosystem of development tools for the Kinetis EA products will help engineers get their applications up and running in no time, affording them a competitive edge.”

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