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xCORE Analog sliceKIT available for general purchase
22/04/2014 - 12:06

XMOS are please dot announce that the xCORE Analog sliceKIT is now available to purchase from partners. 

The xCORE-Analog sliceKIT contains everything you need to start developing applications on the powerful xCORE™ multicore microcontrollers from XMOS. The xCORE-Analog sliceKIT features a 16-core xCORE-Analog device (XS1-A16-128) which combines the low latency and timing determinism of the xCORE architecture with the simplicity and ease of use of integrated analog peripherals. 

We also provide Ethernet communications and Analog I/O interfacing as part of the kit, and these capabilities can be developed with a rapidly expanding library of I/O boards (sliceCARD). 

Application development is supported by an xSOFTip library, which is seamlessly integrated into xTIMEcomposer Studio, allowing you to drag and drop your multicore microcontroller configuration into the sliceKIT.

Kit Contents:

Flexible core board with 1000MIPS, 16-core xCORE-Analog multicore microcontroller
Five I/O slots for sliceCARDs (up to four can be used simultaneously)
Four digital slots and one mixed signal slot for I/O sliceCARDs
Mixed Signal sliceCARD
10/100 Ethernet sliceCARD
xTAG-2 debug adaptor
JTAG adapter

More information on the Analog sliceKIT can be found on the XMOS website (

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