Intel Boards with Arduino Connectors

Several Intel MAX10 and Cyclone-based development platforms from ecosystem partners offer Arduino connectors for expansion capabilities to test sensors, analog front-end and sub-systems.

List of Intel MAX 10 boards with the Arduino connector

Board Name Brief Description Category Partner
XLR8 Arduino-compatible development board based on Intel MAX 10 FPGA Development kit Alorium Technology
SnōMākr SnōMākr is a breakout board for Alorium Technology’s Snō FPGA Module Development kit Alorium Technology
FPGA Mezzanine for (Coming Soon) Mezzannine card to add expansion capabilities (Grove, Raspberry Pi, Arduino) to 96Boards FPGA boards Development kit Shiratech
96Boards
DE10-Lite (Coming Soon) Development kit based on Intel MAX 10 10M50DAF484C7G Device COTS, Development kit Terasic
MAX1000 FPGA IoT Maker Board based on Intel MAX 10 FPGA with 8K LEs SOM, Development kit Trenz Electronic
AnalogMAX Smoke detector module with three sensors and Intel MAX 10 FPGA with 8K LEs SOM, Development kit Trenz Electronic


List of Intel Cyclone 10 boards with the Arduino connector 

Board Name Brief Description Category Partner
IoTCentipede™
(Coming Soon)
Industry 4.0 gateway board with serial connectivity for aggregation and protocol bridging Development Kit, pre-production board NovTech
DE10-Nano Dev kit based on Cyclone V SE 5CSEBA6U23I7 device (110K LEs) Development kit Terasic
CYC1000 Intel Cyclone 10 LP module with 25K LEs SOM, COTS, Development Kit Trenz Electronic
Cyclone10 LP
Reference Kit
(Coming Soon)
Reference kit based on CYC1000 Intel Cyclone 10 LP module with 55K Les SOM, COTS, Development kit Trenz Electronic

 

Resources:

1. Select list of Arduino Shields from Analog Devices

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