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MAX® 10 FPGA 10M50 Evaluation Kit

Altera's MAX 10 evaluation kit is an entry-level board for evaluating the MAX 10 FPGA technology and Enpirion® PowerSoC regulators. MAX 10 devices are single-chip, non-volatile, low-cost programmable logic devices (PLDs) used to integrate the optimal set of system components. The designer can use this kit to develop designs for the 10M08S and 144-EQFP FPGA and measure FPGA power (VCC_CORE and VCC_IO). It can be used to bridge between different I/O voltages, as well as read and write to the FPGA’s NOR Flash memory. Use the FPGA’s analog-to-digital converter (ADC) embedded block to measure incoming analog signals and interface to external functions or devices via Arduino UNO R3 connectors or through-hole vias. The kit’s PCB board and schematic can be reused as a model for designs.

MAX 10 devices are the ideal solution for system management, I/O expansion, communication control planes, industrial, automotive, and consumer applications.

  • Internally stored dual configuration Flash
  • User Flash memory
  • Instant on support
  • Integrated ADCs
  • Single-chip Nios II soft core processor support
  • RoHS- and CE-compliant MAX 10 evaluation board
    • MAX 10 FPGA 10M50
    • Enpirion® EP5388QI point-of-load PowerSoC, 800 mA, DC-DC step-down (buck) converter with an integrated inductor
    • JTAG header for download cable programming (POF) or configuration (SOF)
    • 50 MHz single-ended, external oscillator clock source
    • Shunt resistors and probe points to measure FPGA power
    • Switch, push buttons, jumpers, and status LEDs
  • Free Quartus® Prime Lite Edition design software (download and license from website)
  • Connectors
    • Arduino headers to accept UNO R3 compatible shields
    • General-purpose through-hole vias
    • Type mini-B USB connector (power source)
      • USB cable included
    • Footprint to install a potentiometer (customer must purchase and install)
  • Complete documentation
    • User manual, bill of materials, schematic, and board files