An essential carrier board to quickly prototype your next embedded design with a removable M.2 module.¶
The M.2 Dock is an essential carrier board to quickly prototype your next embedded design with a removable M.2 module. It features a fully-integrated DAPLink debugger with Power Profiling, enabling you to program, debug and perform real-time current profiling of your IoT applications without using external tools.
This design extends the interfaces compared to the M.2 Module through an M.2 E-Key connector, including USB 2.0 ports, UART, SPI, TWI, PDM, I2S, PWM, ADC and GPIOs.
The M.2 Dock also comes with 1.3" 240x240 Color IPS TFT LCD, Li-Po Battery Charger, microSD Card Slot, Grove Connectors, LEDs and Buttons.
Integrated DAPLink Debugger
- MSC - drag-n-drop programming flash memory
- CDC - virtual com port for log, trace and terminal emulation
- HID/WEBUSB HID - CMSIS-DAP compliant debug channel
Advanced Power Profiling
- Up to 690 mA current measurement
- Voltage tracking
- 30000 samples per second
- Precision amplifiers with dual gain stage
- Cross-platform utility available in Python
M.2 E-Key connector
- 1.3" 240x240 Color IPS TFT LCD Display
- Li-Po Battery Charger with Power Path Management
- User programmable LED and Button
- microSD Card Slot
- 4 Grove Connectors
- Reversible USB-C Connectors
- Arduino Form Factor
- 3.3V IO Operationg Voltage
The hardware diagram of the M.2 Dock is shown below:
The following shows the M.2 module that can work with M.2 Dock. More modules are planned and will show up gradually over time.
We think the best way to learn is by doing. And to help you get started, we have provided a series of tutorials. Find the details below:
- Getting Started with M.2 Dock
- Getting Started with Power Profiling
- Debugging with pyOCD
- Debugging with Visual Studio Code
- Debugging with Eclipse
- Debugging with Keil MDK
- Debugging with IAR Workbench
- Upgrading the DAPLink Firmware
We also offer the nRF52840 M.2 Developer Kit to help you prototype your application and then scale to production faster using the nRF52840 M.2 Module combined with your custom PCB hardware.
|M.2 Dock Hardware Diagram||V1.0|
|M.2 Dock Schematic for nRF52840 M.2 Module||V1.0|
|M.2 Dock Board File||V1.0|
|M.2 Dock 3D Model||V1.0|
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