SecureIoT1702 Development Board User's Guide


The SecureIoT1702 Development Board is intended as a development, demonstration, and testing platform for Internet-of-Things applications using the CEC1702, a 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M4-based microcontroller with additional security peripherals. The board features a variety of hardware options (including a power supply, user interface, serial communications, and expansion headers) that enable rapid prototyping and development of embedded, secure Internet-of-Things applications. In addition to the native hardware features provided by the SecureIoT1702, hardware expansion is possible through the use of mikroBUS™ accessory boards.

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Shown with the WiFi 7 Click (not included with the SecureIoT1702 board)

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