In order to evaluate whether to use Toshiba's microcontroller, it is advisable to use an entry-level evaluation kit (such as a starter kit) to start software development. Starter kits are available from development environment and evaluation kit vendors. Various evaluation kits are available, ranging from the kits that are bundled with an IDE and an emulator to those that are compliant with an on-board emulator standard called CMSIS-DAP. Moreover, feature-rich solution packages incorporating peripheral functions are also available. For detailed information, contact a partner listed in the "Boards/Evaluation Kits" column of the "Development Environment" table. For evaluation kits supported by each microcontroller, see the pages that describe individual microcontrollers.
In order to help you evaluate whether to use Toshiba's microcontroller, Toshiba offers reference boards that allow you to evaluate the functionality of its microcontrollers in the real-world environment. Contact your local Toshiba sales representative when you have decided on your system applications and need to create a system quickly.
Starter kits are prepackaged evaluation sets that contain a CPU board, Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and sample software such as header files and drivers. Starter kits offer an easy way to evaluate a specific microcontroller on the board and help users begin development immediately. They are also ideal as beginners learning resource.
|Vendor Name||Product Name||MCU|
|AdBun-M066 (TMPM066) evaluation board||TMPM066|
|AdBun-M3H6 (TMPM3H6) evaluation board||TMPM3H6|
|AdBun-M3HQ (TMPM3HQ) evaluation board||TMPM3HQ|
|AdBun-M46B (TMPM46B) evaluation board||TMPM46B|
|AdBun-M4G9 (TMPM4G9) evaluation board||TMPM4G9|