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Infineon Technologies KIT_T2G-B-E_LITE TRAVEO™ T2G Evaluation Kit

A hardware platform for evaluating the Arm Cortex-M7 processor-based PIC32CZ CA90 MCUs.

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ProductEvaluation Kit
For Evaluation OfTRAVEO T2G-B-E MCU
PowerKitProg3 USB Micro-B interface, DC Power Jack
Operating Supply Voltage1.8 V to 5 V
Operating Temperature-40 to 85
ApplicationsAutomotive, Weather Monitoring, Industrial, Altimeter, Smart Home, Heating, Ventilation, and Robotics


The kit includes an onboard programmer/debugger, a micro-B connector for the USB device interface, three user LEDs, one potentiometer, and two push buttons. This evaluation kit is tailored for industrial applications, offering a robust programmable system-on-chip (SoC) solution. 

KIT_T2G-B-E_LITE TRAVEO T2G Evaluation Kit Features  

KIT_T2G-B-E_LITE TRAVEO T2G Evaluation Kit incorporates Arm Cortex-M4F processor running up to 160MHz for primary application processing, alongside a 100MHz Arm Cortex-M0+ for efficient low-power operations. It provides ample storage for complex applications with up to 4MB of flash memory and 512KB of SRAM. 

The SoC also features a Secure Digital Host Controller (SDHC) for SD/SDIO/eMMC interfaces, along with programmable analog and digital peripherals, facilitating rapid development and deployment. The board features Arduino-compatible connectors, a Shield2Go connector, and a mikroBUS connector, alongside an expansion header and a CAN connector, ensuring seamless connectivity and expansion possibilities.

The evaluation kit is equipped with different features to support comprehensive development work. It includes the KitProg3 onboard programmer/debugger, a micro-B USB connector for device interfacing, three user LEDs, a potentiometer for analog sensor simulation, and two push buttons for user interaction. The board accommodates a wide range of operating voltages from 1.8V to 5.0V, suitable for the TRAVEO T2G-B-E MCU, ensuring flexibility in power supply options. It also supports bus power through a KitProg3 USB Micro-B interface and an external power supply via a DC jack, recommended at 12V, 1A minimum.

ModusToolbox™ software supports the hardware, offering development and debugging tools. This software enhances the kit's utility by integrating seamlessly into existing development workflows, enabling efficient project management and debugging. This suite facilitates seamless integration into existing development workflows. The kit is easy to use and provides comprehensive features that make it a valuable tool for developers.

Getting Started with KIT T2G-B-E LITE TRAVEO T2G Evaluation Kit 

Follow these steps to get started with the Evaluation Kit:

1. Connect the evaluation kit to your computer using the provided micro-B USB cable to your computer.

2. Download and install the latest version of ModusToolbox™ software from the Infineon website.

3. Open ModusToolbox™ and create a new project for the TRAVEO T2G-B-E MCU.

4. Select the KIT T2G-B-E LITE evaluation kit as the target hardware.

5. Write your application code using the C programming language.

6. Use the ModusToolbox™ IDE to compile, debug, and program your code onto the evaluation kit.

7.  After programming the MCU, you can run your application on the evaluation kit.

8. Use the LEDs, push buttons, and other peripherals on the kit to interact with your application.


The Infineon Technologies KIT T2G-B-E LITE TRAVEO T2G Evaluation Kit is ideal for various industrial applications. Its powerful SoC, flexible power options, extensive connectivity, and expansion features make it suitable for developing applications such as smart industrial control systems, automotive applications, advanced sensor networks, and IoT devices. The kit's comprehensive feature set and software support empower developers and enthusiasts to push the boundaries of what's possible in embedded system design, paving the way for innovative solutions in various industrial sectors. 



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