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April 8, 2014 - Featuring code development and debugging software and hardware, LAPIS Development Kit helps accelerate development of embedded designs that leverage ML610Q100 Series microcontrollers. To start creating circuits and programs, kit routes all I/O pins to prototyping area on development board, providing access to all combined 40 I/O pins, as well as power and ground rails of 2 microcontrollers. Two universal sockets with common pin functions allow interfacing to customer's daughter boards.

LAPIS Semiconductor Introduces LAPIS Development Kit to Streamline Application Specific Design Process with Its Mini Low Power Microcontrollers


ROHM Semiconductor USA, LLC
10145 Pacific Heights Blvd., Suite 1000
San Diego, CA, 92121
USA



Press release date: April 1, 2014

Complete, feature-rich kit enables embedded OEMs to easily start creating circuits and programs around its new powerful microcontrollers and dramatically shorten time-to-market

KYOTO, Japan and SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- LAPIS Semiconductor Co. Ltd., a ROHM Group Company, today introduced its LAPIS Development Kit for its latest series of Mini Low Power Microcontroller products.  The LAPIS Development Kit is a comprehensive tool that helps accelerate the development of a wide range of embedded designs that want to fully leverage the small package, extensive peripheral mix, extended operating voltage/temperature range and electrical noise immunity advantages of the LAPIS Semiconductor ML610Q100 Series microcontrollers.  The kit includes all the code development and debugging software and hardware needed to fully realize the design possibilities of this newest microcontroller series. 

To easily start creating circuits and programs, the LAPIS Development Kit routes all I/O pins to a prototyping area on the development board enabling rapid prototyping by providing easy access to all of the combined 40 I/O pins, as well as the power and ground rails, of two microcontrollers (ML610Q111 and ML610Q112). Two universal sockets with common pin functions allow straightforward interfacing a customer's daughter boards or future development boards from LAPIS.  These sockets are compatible with the GPIO port on Raspberry Pi (®) single-board computers.

Pricing:   US$99 each
Availability:  Mass Production Now
Delivery:    Stock to 14 weeks ARO

For more information on the LAPIS Development Kit, please go to:
http://www.rohm.com/web/global/low-power-microcontroller

About LAPIS Semiconductor:
LAPIS Semiconductor (formerly OKI Semiconductor) is a ROHM Group Company.  Additional company and product information is available at the company's website at http://www.lapis-semi.com/en/.

Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Other listed names and brands are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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