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TI offers low-cost IoT dev't board

12 Mar 2014  | Caleb Kraft

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Texas Instruments has revealed that the Tiva C series TM4C1294, a member of the Tiva Series of development boards, is now available for only $19. Intended to secure a place in the Internet of Things, the Tiva C TM4C1294 incorporates the TM4c1294ncpdt MCU and a 120MHz 32bit ARM-Cortex M4F.

The last time these features were seen on a development board, the price was as high as $199. Even though it is astonishingly cheaper, this offering doesn't skimp on the features. Loaded on this board are more expansion capabilities than you could possibly ask for. The creators have included not only two of their stackable expansion ports, called "booster ports," but also an area for freeform prototyping included directly on the PCB, detailed TI.

Tiva C series TM4C1294

Not only do you have access to the normal development tools that TI would typically include, but thanks to a collaboration with Exosite there is also a cloud-based interface for interacting with the board.

The Tiva C TM4C1294 is set to ship in roughly six to eight weeks, if you get an order in now.




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