WELCOME AT THE ARROW BOARD RAFFLE

This summer, Elektor and Arrow Electronics teamed up to promote electronica Fast Forward, the startup platform powered by Elektor. To celebrate our cooperation, Arrow is offering the Elektor audience free boards for use in their electronics projects.
 
If you have an idea for a project, we invite you to select one of the 20 boards that Arrow is making available. Use the form below to select a board and then briefly describe your project idea in two sentences or less. Arrow will have a look at your idea, and if you meet their criteria, you can either pick up your board at the electronica trade fair (November 2018 in Munich, Germany) or have Arrow send it to you. Furthermore, participants with the three best ideas will be invited to attend electronica trade fair!
 

Arrow has made hundreds of boards available. Good luck!

ARIS Edge S1 and ARIS Edge S3ARIS Edge S1 and ARIS Edge S3


The ARIS Edge and Edge S3 are intended as Internet of Things (IoT) edge nodes. Based on a Renesas Synergy MCU (S1 for the Edge S1, S3A3 for the Edge S3), the ARIS Edge boards offer many features that make them suitable for smart sensing and IoT applications. A flexible multi-protocol radio module supporting Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Thread and ZigBee stacks is available for communication with other devices and the cloud. Board sensing capabilities include temperature, relative humidity, pressure and ambient light level, and motion detection thanks to a 9-degrees-of-freedom (DOF) inertial measurement unit (IMU) with sensor fusion capabilities.
 
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ARIS IoT & ARIS GatewayARIS IoT & ARIS Gateway


The Aris IoT and Gateway boards are ready-to-use Internet of Things platforms exploiting the Renesas Synergy development framework. Built around a Renesas Synergy S7 MCU with 240-MHz ARM Cortex-M4 core, these boards have a host of features suitable for IoT applications like hubs, gateways, and mesh networks, but they can also be edge nodes. For communication with the cloud and other devices Wi-Fi as well as Ethernet 10/100 are available. The Aris IoT Board is equipped with a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE 4.1/4.2) module; the Aris Gateway features a mesh networking module instead for Thread and ZigBee. Both boards have an NFC tag along with a crypto bootloader and support for over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates. On-board sensors include a three-axis accelerometer, a two-axis gyroscope, and temperature and humidity sensors.

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Lion (LoRa) and Fox (Sigfox)

Lion (LoRa) and Fox (Sigfox)
The heart and brains of the Lion and Fox boards from the SmartEverything family are Microchip SAMD21 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0+ ultra low-power microcontrollers. They are surrounded by either a LoRa (Lion) or Sigfox (Fox) module, GPS and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) modules, and a crypto authentication chipset. The boards have Arduino Uno form factors, and are supported by the Arduino IDE for fast and easy software development. Atmel Studio can be used as well as an SWD port is available for programming and debugging, besides the Arduino bootloader.

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Arrow iot friendly tiger boardARROW's IoT-Friendly Tiger Board


The Tiger board has two processors: a Microchip SAMD21 and an NXP KW41. Although the latter’s main function is multi-protocol radio communication supporting Bluetooth BLE 4.2, Thread and ZigBee , it can also be used and programmed as the board’s main microcontroller. Thanks to a built-in arbiter both MCUs can interact with the Wi-Fi module or communicate over the serial port. Like the Lion and the Fox boards - the Tiger too - has an Arduino Uno form factor, and is supported by the Arduino IDE for fast and easy software development. Atmel Studio can be used as well as an SWD port is available for programming and debugging, besides the Arduino bootloader.

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Dragonfly

Dragonfly
The Dragonfly is an Arduino Zero-compatible board extended with three wireless communication options — Dusty, Sigfox and Wi-Fi — offering short-range as well as long-range communication. The board can be used to interface the Dusty ecosystem (based on SmartMesh IP) with the cloud either directly or by means of a SmartMesh IP Wi-Fi gateway. The Dragonfly has an Arduino Zero form factor, and is supported by the Arduino IDE for fast and easy software development. Other ARM programming toolchains can be used as well as an SWD port is available for convenient programming and debugging.

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Dusty (SmartMesh IP) Dustino


Dustino is a small board intended for Dusty (SmartMesh IP) mesh network applications. It is compatible with the Arduino MKR1000 and has the same form factor. The board comes in two versions: with a PCB antenna (Dustino ITM-DOPA-B-01) or with a U.FL connector (Dustino ITM-DOUF-B-01). SmartMesh IP networking offers better than 99.999% data reliability in Industrial IoT and over 10 years of battery life. Being an Arduino MKR1000 derivative, Dustino is fully supported by the Arduino IDE. Other ARM programming toolchains can be used as well as an SWD port is available for convenient programming and debugging.
 
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MAX1000


FPGAs have their place in IoT and rapid prototyping as is proven by the MAX1000 board. Based on a MAX10 device from Intel it disposes of 8K logic elements (LE), 378 Kbit RAM, 1,376 Kbit Flash memory, an 18 × 18 bit multiplier, and an ADC. With this feature set it is capable of running a 32-bit Nios II softcore microcontroller including I2C or SPI port, making it accessible to FPGA novices while not excluding the experts. The MAX1000 is supported by the free Quartus Prime Lite development tool suite. Programming the board can be done either over JTAG or simply by using the on-board Arrow USB Blaster.

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The CYC1000 boardCYC1000


The CYC1000 board looks very similar to the MAX1000 board, yet it is completely different. The reason for this is its Cyclone 10 device from Intel, comprising 24K logic elements (LE), 594 Kbit RAM, and an 18 × 18 bit multiplier (or two 9 × 9 bit multipliers). A complete suite of DSP IPs for algorithmic acceleration is available, making this board a signal processing powerhouse. Of course it is capable of running a 32-bit Nios II softcore microcontroller including I2C or SPI port. The CYC1000 is supported by the free Quartus Prime Lite development tool suite. Programming the board can be done either over JTAG or simply by using the on-board Arrow USB Blaster.
 
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Chameleon96


The Chameleon96 features the Intel Cyclone V SoC integrating FPGA fabric plus a dual-core ARM 32-bit Cortex-A9 at up to 800 MHz clock speed per core. It meets all the required 96Boards specifications (except for the MIPI SDI Interface) and most optional specifications. The “credit-card-sized” Chameleon96 can run Linux and offers advanced processing power, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and USB. Designed to be feature-rich, it has multimedia capabilities. Programming the board can be done either over JTAG, by inserting an SD card or by using the on-board USB Blaster II.

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Dragonboard 410c


This DragonBoard 410c features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 at up to 1.2 GHz clock speed per core, and capable of 32-bit and 64-bit operation. The board supports operating systems like Android 5.1, Linux and Windows 10 IoT core. The DragonBoard is compliant with the 96Boards Consumer Edition specification. Besides Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS it also supports multimedia thanks to its GPU and integrated image signal processor (ISP) with up to 13 MP camera support, allowing 1080p HD video playback and capture with H.264 (AVC).

 
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RSL1000


RSL1000 is a solution board for Internet of Things (IoT), based on the newest RSL10 Bluetooth 5.0 multi-protocol radio System on Chip (SoC) from ON Semiconductor. With its Arduino MKR standard form factor, it´s ideal for developing IoT Edge-Node devices, prototyping wearables or utilizing the latest features of Bluetooth 5.0.


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D3 Camera Mezzanine

EIC-Q820-210


The EIC-Q820-210 is a development kit based on the Eragon 820 System-on-Module (SoM), which in turn is built around a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC. The main aim of this board is to kick-start solutions requiring 4K video, connectivity, high-end graphics, power- and battery efficiency, along with solid processing power, making it a good choice for 4K cameras, displays, UAVs and drones. This very powerful board is capable of running Android Lollipop 5.1.1, Debian-8.0-based Linux and Windows 10.
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Ethernet Mezzanine

SMF2000


The SMF2000 is small low-cost board with a Microsemi SmartFusion2 FPGA SoC integrating an ARM Cortex-M3 core running at 166 MHz and a 12 kLUT FPGA fabric. Standard microcontroller peripherals like UART, SPI, I2C, and timers are available but CAN, USB and 10/100/1000 Ethernet modules have been crammed in there as well. If that is not enough, one PCIe end point is supported too.


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Quadro IoT Wi-Fi Kit

Quadro IoT Wi-Fi Kit


The Quadro board is an Arduino-Uno-sized board carrying a small (18 × 30 mm) circuit board which in turn sports a highly integrated system-on-chip (SoC) by Murata. There are two SoC versions: the 1GC and the 1GC-Imp05. Both contain a Cypress CYW43907 that in turn contains an ARM Cortex-R4 core, 2 MB SRAM, and a 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz Wi-Fi/Ethernet controller. Besides that there is also a crypto engine and RF circuitry inside. The 1GC-Imp05 is compliant with Electric Imp, a hard- and software platform for secure IoT. The small circuit board is intended as a production-ready, fully-certified compute and communication module.
 
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Related product incl. Sensors: Quicksilver Board.
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Simba Pro

Simba-Pro


When it comes to size and power, Simba-Pro may be the board you need. It is the fully equipped baseboard from the SensiBLE IoT system-on-board (SoB) family with Bluetooth (BLE) and eight sensors. Based on an ARM Cortex-M4-based 32-bit low-power microcontroller from ST, it also has a red/green LED, a user button, and a buzzer. It even comes with a 4 Mbit AT25XE041B flash memory to store data. The module that can be powered from a coin cell works down to 2 V and can communicate with the IBM Watson IoT cloud platform. It measures only 20 × 30 mm so it can fit in almost anything.
 

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HMI Arrow NXP IoT Board (aka HANI)

Hani Board

Focussing on HMI (Human Machine Interface) technology, this board supports multiple colour display sizes ranging from small 3.5-inch QVGA (240 × 320) up to 7-inch displays with 800 × 400 pixels. Connectivity is provided by a multi-protocol wireless module (KW41Z-based, handling BLE 4.2, ZigBee and Thread), a Wi-Fi module, an NFC reader, two CAN ports, and Ethernet and USB interfaces. A rich set of on-board sensors allows simple direct user interaction including gesture control, thus enabling smart connected devices.
 
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i.MX7 96Board

i.MX7 96Board


This Linaro 96Boards Consumer Edition (CE) compliant board is based on an i.MX 7Dual System-on-Chip (SoC). Boasting three processor cores — a dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 running at 1 GHz plus an ARM Cortex-M4 — and with 512 MB DRAM this definitely is a powerful board. The SoC’s so-called Heterogeneous Multicore Processing architecture enables it to run Linux or Android on the Cortex-A7 cores while executing an RTOS like FreeRTOS on the Cortex-M4 core. Furthermore, the SoC integrates at least one piece of almost every peripheral you can imagine.
 
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