The NXP analog product development boards provide an easy-to-use platform for evaluating NXP products. The boards support a range of analog, mixed-signal, and power solutions. They incorporate monolithic integrated circuits and system-in-package devices that use proven high-volume technology. NXP products offer longer battery life, a smaller form factor, reduced component counts, lower cost, and improved performance in powering state-of-the-art systems.
This page will guide you through the process of setting up and using the RD9Z1-638BJBEVM board.
1.1 Kit Contents/Packing List
The RD9Z1-638BJBEVM contents include:
- Assembled and tested RD9Z1-638BJBEVM board in an anti-static bag
- 10-pin high voltage connector cable
- 7-pin high-voltage connector cable
- 5-pin high-voltage connector cable
- 4-pin low voltage connector cable
- Quick Start Guide
1.2 Additional Hardware
In addition to the kit contents, the following hardware is necessary or beneficial when working with this kit.
- USB-enabled PC Workstation with Windows 7 or above
- Low-voltage DC power supply, 5.0 V to 12 V output with current limit set initially to 1.5 A
- High-voltage DC power supply, 0 to 1000 V output
- Current load, 0 to 500 A
- CAN card and cable (optional)
- PEmicro's Multilink Universal Debug Probe
1.3 Windows PC Workstation
This reference design requires a Windows PC workstation running 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 or above.