SAM L22 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit
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The SAM L22 Xplained Pro Development Board uses an ATSAML22N18A MCU. The board includes the Touch SLCD1 Xplained Pro Extension Kit (179 segments) for touch and segment LCD applications and an ECC508 Crypto Authentication device to enable advanced elliptic curve cryptography (ECC). It is an ideal development platform for secure IoT nodes, wearables, medical and general purpose battery powered applications.

This board can also be used with the Segment LCD1 Xplained Pro Extension Kit (96 segments).

This board has an on-board programmer/debugger. No external programmer/debugger (e.g., SAM-ICE™) is required.

User's guide (board description & schematics) and design documentation:

Atmel START example projects:

 
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Segment LCD1 Xplained Pro Extension Kit

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The Segment LCD1 Xplained Pro is an extension board to the Atmel Xplained Pro evaluation platform. It is a small circuit board, with a custom backlit LCD display with 96 individually controllable segments. It can be mounted onto compatible Xplained Pro Evaluation Kits.

Touch SLCD1 Xplained Pro Extension Kit

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This board is included with the SAM L22 Xplained Pro Development Board. It is a segment LCD display with 8x24 segments (179 usable segments) and five on-glass mutual capacitance touch sensors for evaluation with the Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC) module.

I/O1 Xplained Pro Extension Kit

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The I/O1 Xplained Pro is an extension board to the Xplained Pro evaluation platform. It includes a microSD™ card, a temperature sensor, a light sensor, and more.

Atmel START example projects for this board

As of March 2018, the following example projects are available in Atmel START. To find all currently available example projects related to this board, go to the Atmel START homepage, click on BROWSE EXAMPLES, and select this board from the drop-down window.

Project Name Description
ADP HELLO WORLD DEMO The example sends "Hello, World!" to the terminal in Data Visualizer using SPI Master driver.
CALENDAR DEMO This example shows the use of the Calendar driver and alarms to blink LED0 every 10 seconds.
EDBG UART The example application uses the Asynchronous USART driver to communicate with the console via EDBG Virtual COM Port. The example echoes received data back to the console.
LED FLASHER This example periodically toggles the onboard LED marked as LED0.
LED SWITCHER This example toggles the onboard LED marked as LED0 every time the button SW0 is pressed.
PWM EXAMPLE This example periodically reads data from the light sensor using the ADC driver and uses read data to control PWM duty cycle.
RTOS DEMO After start-up, the application blinks the LED continuously. By inputting the character from the EDBG Virtual COM Port the LED changes its blinking state.
MutualCap Example with QT1Extension This example demonstrates the basic touch application where the touch sensors are measured and the touch status is indicated using LED on the QT1 extension board. The touch library parameters are also displayed in the data visualizer software when the hardware kit is connected through EDBG/MEDBG virtual com port.
Selfcap Example with onboard sensor This example demonstrates the basic touch application where the touch sensors are measured and the touch status is indicated using an LED with an onboard sensor. The touch library parameters are also displayed in the data visualizer software when the hardware kit is connected through EDBG/MEDBG virtual com port.
SEGMENT LCD EXAMPLE The example application uses the Synchronous SLCD driver to drive segments of the TSLCD1 Xplained pro board. It turns on, blinks and animates segments. It also draws 7-segment and 14-segment characters.
USB CDC ECHO This demo behaves like a virtual COM port based on USD device CDC. It echoes back bytes received from the console.
USB COMPOSITE DEVICE This demo behaves like a composite device, which is composed of CDC ACM, HID Mouse, and HID Keyboard. The virtual com echoes back bytes received from the console. Pressing Button1 down will make the mouse move leftward and pressing Button3 down makes it move rightward. Button2 is used as Caps Lock key for this application.
USB HID GENERIC This demo behaves like an HID generic device to communicate with the Atmel PC Tool (AVR153 – USB PC Drivers Based on Generic HID).
USB HID KEYBOARD This demo behaves like a keyboard based on USB device HID. The Button1 is used as Ctrl, Button2 used as Alt, and Button3 used as Del on OLED1 Xplained Board.
USB HID MOUSE This demo behaves like a mouse based on USB device HID. Mouse pointer moves based on the button which is pressed down on the OLED1 Xplained Board. Button1 is to the left and Button3 is to the right.
USB MSC DEVICE This demo behaves as a removable disk, which is 22 Kb used by internal RAM.
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