XMC™ and AURIX™ Microcontroller Boards for your Projects
Drawing on over 30 years of experience, Infineon provides our makers community with an extensive portfolio of powerful boards for development and prototyping. We supply developers with the tools to unleash their creativity in projects that require the most innovative, efficient, reliable and energy-friendly motor control and drive systems.
Infineon microcontroller boards empower developers to execute their projects more effectively, quicker and at lower cost.
Our boards offer standardized form factor, pin layout and solderless connectors for creating your own combinations in prototypes and creative designs in an intuitive and cost-efficient manner.
For several years, a growing number of Infineon boards include full support of Arduino, the open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software.
Intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments, the platform offers open-source software and the standardized Arduino Uno Formfactor.
Arduino IDE integration and Arduino Uno Formfactor are supported by select microcontroller boards and also developer tools such as the XMC1000 Boot Kit, the fully-featured Arduino compatible Evaluation Kit from Infineon based on an XMC1100 Microcontroller.
XMC™ and AURIX™ Microcontroller Boards
Infineon’s development board portfolio includes the fully featured KitXMC™ 2Go Microcontroller Evaluation Kit as well as the XMC1000 Boot Kit featuring two rows of pin headers and full compatibility with the Arduino™ shield. Also our flexible XMC4700 Relax Lite Kit evaluation board including a ARM® Cortex®-M4 @ 144MHz processor, 2MB Flash and 352KB RAM plus an on-board debugger.
Also find application-specific boards such as RGB LED Lighting Shield for Arduino and the XMC™ LED Current Control Explorer.
Specifically engineered for automotive and industrial applications, the AURIX™ Microcontroller Boards ShieldBuddyTC275 is fitted with the Infineon TC275 32-bit multicore processor on a board following the Arduino standard and compatible with the majority of application shields on the market.