MAX32600 Evaluation Board

MAX32600 Wellness Measurement Microcontroller

The MAX32600 is a low-power, mixed-signal microcontroller with a variety of applications, including integration in wearable medical devices.


MAX32600MBED Pinouts

Shield compatible connections


Advanced analog connections


Additional analog and digital connections


Serial peripheral connections



PwmOutput GPIO Allocation
All GPIO pins of ports 0, 1, 2, 6 and 7 are assignable as PWM outputs. However there are only eight Pulse Train peripherals available for use as PWM sources. Allocation of Pulse Train peripherals is consistent across assignable ports. To avoid over committing Pulse Train resources the table below should be referenced when assigning PWM outputs.

 GPIO | Assignable Pulse Train Peripherals
 Pn_0 | PT0 PT4
 Pn_1 | PT0 PT1 PT4
 Pn_2 | PT1 PT2 PT5
 Pn_3 | PT1 PT3 PT5
 Pn_4 | PT2 PT4 PT6
 Pn_5 | PT2 PT5 PT6
 Pn_6 | PT3 PT6 PT7
 Pn_7 | PT3 PT7

Defined pin names

MAX32600MBED Pin Names

Microcontroller Features

Technical References

MAX32600MBED Product Folder
MAX32600MBED Data Sheet (Schematics & BOM)
MAX32600 Data Sheet
MAX32600 User's Guide

Getting Started


  1. Using ESD precautions, carefully remove MAX32600MBED board from anti-static packaging.
  2. Connect the MAX32600MBED board to a PC with the included micro-USB cable through USB connector CN2. Red LEDs D10 (V5.0) and D9 (V3.0) lite up indicating board is powered, red LED D5 blinks indicating application is running.
  3. After a few seconds the PC should recognize the MAX32600MBED board as a USB drive. Navigate to the new USB drive, click MBED.HTM to open the default web browser, signup for an mbed account or log in to an existing mbed account. Once logged in the MAX32600MBED will be registered as an available platform.

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