Nuvoton NT-M0564V Development Board

Testing the Nuvoton NuTiny-SDK-M0564 – development tool for the M0564 series microcontroller.

The M0564VG4AE is a Cortex-M0 microcontroller which can run at up to 72MHz,  features 85 I/O pins, 256 KB Flash, 20 KB SRAM, 4KB ISP ROM and 2 KB SPROM(Security Protection ROM).

The 161 pages datasheet can be downloaded from here: http://www.nuvoton.com/resource-files/DS_M0564_Series_EN_Rev1.00.pdf

The whole Development Package can be downloaded from http://nuvoton.com/NuMicroDVD/

The archive contains some useful AppNotes, drivers for Keil and IAR, CooCox BSP, Datasheets and some useful stand-alone programs like ClockConfigure Tool, NuMicro PLL Generator Tool.

The next steps are: install and configure Keil, add packs, CMSIS… etc.

 

 

For Arduino Fans there is a NuMaker Uno Board based on NUC131 – another Cortex M0 ARM –  https://direct.nuvoton.com/it/numaker-uno

 

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