NuMaker-M263KI
Board Introduction | Board Features | Quick Start

Board Introduction

The NuMaker-M263KI development board consists of two parts, a M263KIAAE platform and an on-board Nu-Link2-Me debugger and programmer. The NuMaker-M263KI allows users to quickly develop and easily program and debug application.

The NuMaker-M263KI offers M263KIAAE full pins extension connectors, Arduino UNO compatible extension connectors and diversified power supply option. It is an easy-to-develop platform for user to expand the functionality and build the applications. The NuMaker-M263KI also provides an ammeter connector, allowing user to monitor the microcontroller’s power consumption during development.

The Nu-Link2-Me is a debugger and programmer that supports on-line programming and debugging through SWD interface. The on-board 16 Mbit SPI Flash allows it able to off-line program the target microcontroller. Additionally, the Nu-Link2-Me provides virtual COM port (VCOM) function to print out messages on PC. Nu-Link2-Me can be separated from NuMaker-M263KI, allowing user to use as a mass production programming tool.


 


 

Board Features

NuMicro® M263KIAAE used as main microcontroller with function downward compatible with:
  - M261ZIAAE
  - M261SIAAE
  - M261KIAAE
  - M262ZIAAE
  - M262SIAAE
  - M262KIAAE
  - M263ZIAAE
  - M263SIAAE
M263KIAAE full pins extension connectors
Arduino UNO compatible extension connectors
Ammeter connector for measuring the microcontroller’s power consumption
Fixable board power supply
  - External VDD power connector
  - Arduino UNO compatible extension connector Vin
  - USB power connector on M263 platform
  - ICE USB connector on Nu-Link2-Me
On-board Nu-Link2-Me debugger and programmer:
  - Debug through SWD interface
  - On-line /off-line programming
  - Virtual COM port function

 


 

Quick Start

1. Install the preferred toolchain. Please make sure at least one of the toolchains has been installed.
  - KEIL MDK Nuvoton edition M0 / M23
  - IAR EWARM
  - NuEclipse (GCC) ( Windows )
  - NuEclipse (GCC) ( Linux )
2. Download and install the latest Nuvoton Nu-Link Driver. Please install the Nu-Link USB Driver as well at the end of the installation.
  - Download and install Nu-Link_Keil_Driver when using Keil MDK.
  - Download and install Nu-Link_IAR_Driver when using IAR EWARM.
  - Skip this step when using NuEclipse.
3. Download and unzip the Board Support Package ( BSP ).
4. Hardware Setup
  (1) Open the virtual COM ( VCOM ) function by changing Nu-Link2-Me VCOM Switch No. 1 and 2 to ON.
   

  (2) Connect the ICE USB connector to the PC USB port through USB cable.
   

  (3) Find the “Nuvoton Virtual COM Port” at Device Manger.
   

5. Use the “Template” project as an example. The project can be found under the BSP folder.
  - M261_Series_BSP_CMSIS_V3.XX.XXX
    - SampleCode
      - Template
        - GCC
        - Keil
        - IAR
6. Open and execute the project under the toolchain. For detail setting, please refer to the NuMaker-M0263KI User Manual.
7. User can see the result in the ternimal window on PC.
 

 

Resources

User ManualMicrocontrollers | Software Development Tool | Driver (BSP) | Programmer | Nuvoton Official Forum | Nuvoton eStore

 

*Ordering Number : NK-M263KI

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