Cytron as Nuvoton Training Partner


Last year we have been approached by Nuvoton, a semiconductor company, headquartered in Hsinchu, Taiwan. After a few face to face discussion and email communication, we decided to be the training and academic partner for Nuvoton in Malaysia.

The 1st meet up was last year when we attended Nuvoton’s ARM workshop at USM (Island), Penang. We did share some of the photos at facebook.


In April 2014, Cytron send two engineers to Nuvoton’s HQ in Hsinchu, Taiwan for 5 days training on the related product. Now we are equipped with knowledge and skill to develop product using NuMicro (Nuvoton’s Microcontoller), and of course to conduct training. Allow me to share the certificate we get:



Though we have been trained with several types of semiconductor product, we will focus in ARM Cortex-M0 as that is our main interest:)


The Headquarter of Nuvoton


During Training of ARM Cortex-M0

Did I mention? There are more than 30 participants from all around Asia including Malaysia, Indonesia, Filipina, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Thailand attended the 5 days training.

DSCF0132 In the training hall

It was a fruitful training. We have chance to experience all the product with hands-on exercises. For NuMicro ARM Cortex-M0, we are using NUC140 Learning board (training kit) as show in the picture. It comes with NUC140 which fall under the NUC100 series of NuMicro family.

DSCF0186-editNUC140 Training Kit 

After coming back from Nuvoton training, we are busy with workshop preparation and also agreement with Nuvoton. Of course, not to forget, we are training ourselves to be familiar with the NuMicro and the Learning board. Currently there is plan to develop a starter kit for NUC140 microcontroller and also USB programmer for it.

Specification and Features of NUC140 Training Kit:

  • Microcontroller: NuMicro NUC140 run up to 50MHz
  • GPIO extension slot
  • Audio: On-board WAU8822 audio codec
  • I2C EEPROM: On-board 24LC64 I2C EEPROM
  • SPI Flash: On-board 24LC64 SPI Serial Flash for data storage
  • UART: UART0 connected to Male type DSUB-9 connector
  • Nu-Link ICE bridge: For USB program loading
  • DC power jack: 5V/1A power adapter input
  • LDO: A 5V to 3.3V, 1A LDO supports NUC140 and other on-board devices
  • USB: for USB connection and function
  • Buzzer
  • Push button in matrix
  • 7 segment
  • LEDs
  • CAN interface
  • Variable resistor


Specification of NUC140 on the training kit:

  • NUC140VE3CN in LQFP 100-pin package
  • 128Kbytes of Flash (Program Memory)
  • 16 Kbytes of SRAM
  • Data Flash: Configurable
  • 76 Input/Output pins
  • 4 x 32-bit timer
  • 3 x UART
  • 4 x SPI
  • 2 x I2C
  • 1 x USB
  • 2 x LIN
  • 1 x CAN
  • 8 x 16-bit PWM
  • 8 x 12-bit ADC
  • 2 x Analog comparator
  • Embed with RTC (Real Time Clock)
  • Internal RC 22MHz

For those interested to learn about ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller, please grab a seat in the workshop we just launched. The workshop comes with NUC140 learning board and you bring it back after the workshop. There is also early bird discount of up to RM250.00 if you registered and paid before 5th August 2014.

Title:                 NUC140 ARM Cortex-M0 Microcontroller Hands-on Workshop
Course Code:    WS-NU-01
Venue:              Penang Science Cafe, 1-3-21, Krystal Point, Bayan Lepas, Penang – Map
Date:                 26th & 27th August 2014 (Tuesday and Wednesday)
Time:                9.00am to 5.00pm 






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