Microsoft’s Azure Sphere MT3620 Starter Kit

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    QUICK OVERVIEW:

    • ON-BOARD ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS FOR LIGHT, TEMPERATURE, AND BAROMETRIC PRESSURE

    • INTERFACE FOR OPTIONAL OLED 128×64 DISPLAY

    • USB INTERFACE FOR POWER AND DATA WITH A HOST COMPUTER

    • USER PUSHBUTTON SWITCHES AND LEDS

    • 5V TO 3.3V POWER REGULATION

    • TERMINAL FOOTPRINTS FOR EXTERNAL 5V DC AND VBAT SUPPLIES

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:​

    Microsoft’s Azure Sphere MT3620 Starter Kit supports rapid prototyping of highly secure, end-to-end IoT implementations using Microsoft’s Azure Sphere. The small form-factor carrier board includes a production-ready MT3620 Sphere module with Wi-Fi connectivity, along with multiple expansion interfaces for easy integration of sensors, displays, motors, relays, and more.

    This Starter Kit highlights Avnet’s certified, production-ready Sphere MT3620 module which is based on the highly integrated MediaTek MT3620AN tri-core Wi-Fi SoC device. Embedded user applications targeting it’s 500 MHz ARM Cortex-A7 application processor are built and debugged using Microsoft’s popular Visual Studio IDE.


    The SoC also includes two 200 MHz ARM Cortex-M4F MCU cores to meet real-time I/O requirements, plus a rich variety of on-chip peripherals (GPIO, UART, I2C, SPI, I2S, PWM, ADC) that can be assigned to any of the three processor cores.The carrier board connects the Sphere module I/Os to two MikroE Click sockets, an I2C Grove connector, a connector supporting the addition of a 128 x 64 OLED graphical display, a 3D accelerometer, 3D Gyro, temperature sensor, and an ambient light sensor. Debugging is accomplished through a USB-to-UART interface, which also provides the necessary 5V power for the board.

    User applications for the embedded Sphere controller are developed in C using Microsoft’s Visual Studio IDE and the Azure Sphere SDK. Visual Studio provides a powerful, yet easy-to-use development environment for compiling and debugging application code. The combination of Visual Studio, the versatile carrier card, and the production-ready Sphere module delivers a powerful starting point for IoT developers interested in learning, prototyping, and deploying Azure Sphere based solutions.

    TARGET APPLICATIONS:

    • IoT edge devices
    • Consumer appliances
    • Smart retail
    • Remote access
    • Building automation
    • Factory automation
    USEFUL LINKS:
    1. Software Download
    2. Azure Sphere Documentation
    3. Source Code

    FEATURES:

    Carrier Board

    • Two MikroE Click board expansion sockets
    • Grove expansion connector (I2C)
    • On-board sensors
    • 3-Axis accelerometer
    • 3-Axis gyro
    • Temperature
    • Pressure/Barometric
    • Interface for optional OLED 128×64 display
    • USB Interface
      • Supports debug, service & recovery UARTs, and JTAG
    • User push switches and LEDs
    • 5V to 3.3V Power regulation
    • DC Supply Input:
      • USB 5V from a host computer
      • Terminal footprints for external 5VDC and VBAT supplies

    Azure Sphere MT3620 Module

    • MT3620AN SoC
    • 3x ISU interfaces pre-configured for UART, SPI, I2C
    • ADC/GPIO: 3x 12-bit ADC inputs (or 3 GPIOs)
    • PWM/GPIO: 9x PWM outputs (or up to 24 GPIOs)
    • RTC (requires VBAT supply)
    • Dual-band 2.4/5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi
    • Dual-band 2.4/5GHz chip antenna

    PACKAGE INCLUDES:

    • 1 x Carrier board with Azure Sphere MT3620 module

    • 1 x USB Cable

    • 1 x Quick Start Card

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