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An activity monitoring device is used to collect, explain and outline collected data with the goal of improving both health and fitness performance.

These devices are worn on the body and measure things like miles walked, heart rate and time. They can also provide data storage and wireless communication.

Target Applications


Featured Reference Designs


Freescale Activity Monitor block diagram

Recommended Solutions


Products Features
Microcontrollers (MCU)
KL1x: Kinetis KL1x - 48 MHz, General Purpose, Connectivity, Ultra-Low-Power MCUs Ultra-low-power Cortex®-M0+ up to 48Mhz, 16-bit ADC, 12-bit DAC, Touch Sensing interface
KL4x: Kinetis KL4x - 48 MHz, USB, Segment LCD, Connectivity, High Integration, Ultra Low Power Microcontrollers (MCUs) Ultra-low-power Cortex®-M0+ up to 48Mhz, USB and Segment LCD controller, 2x 16-bit ADC, 12-bit DAC, Touch Sensing interface
Kinetis K2x USB Microcontrollers (MCUs) Low-power Cortex®-M4 up to 120Mhz, up to 1MB Flash, Crystal-less USB OTG, Touch Sensing interface
Kinetis K5x Measurement Microcontrollers (MCUs) Low-power Cortex®-M4 up to 100Mhz with integrated measurement engine, Ethernet, USB and segment LCD
Kinetis K7x Graphic LCD Microcontrollers (MCUs) Low-power Cortex®-M4 up to 150Mhz, 512KB-1MB Flash, LCD Controller, USB OTG, Touch Sensing interface
Microprocessors (MPU)
i.MX28 Applications Processors: Integrated Power Management Unit (PMU), ARM9™ Core ARM9™ up to 454Mhz, 2x HS USB, integrated PMIC, <1W
i.MX6SL: i.MX 6SoloLite Processors – Single-Core, Low Power, EPD Controller, ARM Cortex-A9 Core Cortex®-A9 up to 1GHz, 2D/3D graphics
VF6xx: ARM Cortex-A5 + Cortex-M4 MPUs, 1.5 MB SRAM, LCD, security, Ethernet, L2 switch Dual Cortex®-A5 up to 500Mhz + Cortex-M4 up to 167Mhz, 1.5MB SRAM, 2xUSB, 2xEthernet, XGA Display controller
Wireless Connectivity
KW0x: Kinetis KW0x - 48 MHz, Sub-1 GHz Radio, Ultra Low Power Wireless Microcontrollers (MCUs) Low-power Cortex®-M0+ MCUs with <1 GHz wireless transceiver
KW2x: Kinetis KW2x - 2.4 GHz RF, Analog Mixed Signal, IEEE® 802.15.4, Low Power Microcontrollers (MCUs) Low-power Cortex®-M4 MCUs with 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4 compliant wireless transceiver
Touch Sensing
TSSMCU: Freescale Touch-Sensing for MCUs Xtrinsic Touch-Sensing Software, converts S08 and ColdFire V1 MCUs into touch sensors
Freescale eGUI: Graphical LCD Driver for MCUs/MPUs Complimentary Freescale embedded graphical user interface (eGUI)
Inertial Sensor
MMA8451Q: ±2g/±4g/±8g, Low g, 14-bit Digital Accelerometer Xtrinsic smart, low-power three-axis accelerometer
MMA955xL: Freescale Motion Sensing Platform Xtrinsic motion sensing platform for tilt detection
Pressure Sensors
MPL3115A2: 50 to 110kPa, Absolute Digital Pressure Sensor High precision altimeter and barometer
Power Management
MC34673: 1.2A Single-Cell Li-Ion/Li-Polymer Battery Charger Li-Ion or Li-Polymer battery charger
Advantages
  • Low-power <1Ghz and 2.4GHz (IEEE®802.15.4 and ZigBee) wireless solutions
  • Kinetis MCUs - low-power and scalable Cortex®-M4 and M0+ portfolio
  • i.MX MPUs - versatile platform for display and multimedia applications
  • Touch sensing software suite enables users to have control of the device through a capacitive touch-sensing film and allows any GPIO as capacitive touch input
  • 3-Axis accelerometer is very low power and has a low profile capacitive MEMS sensor in a small package (3x3mm)
  • 3-Axis accelerometer has Auto-Wake/Sleep feature for low-power consumption and tilt orientation detection
  • The MPL3115A2 pressure sensor detects altitude for accurate calorie count and vertical motion
  • MicroSD Card Reader integrated to save data and store user biometrics