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Starter Board

PIC clicker
 

PIC clicker is an amazingly compact starter development kit which brings innovative mikroBUS™ host socket to your favorite microcontroller. Connect the desired Click board to enhance it with awesome features. It’s preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader. Use it to upload your firmware and clicker will become a working device. Board features all you need to get started: PIC18F47J53 microcontroller, USB connector, two LEDs and push buttons, reset button, mikroProg connector and headers for interfacing with external electronics. NOTE: If programming with mikroProg for PIC, dsPIC, PIC32 , make sure to use mikroProg Suite for PIC 2.29 and above.

 
 

 
 
 
PIC32MX clicker
 

PIC32MX clicker is an amazingly compact starter development kit which brings innovative mikroBUS™ host socket to your favorite microcontroller. Connect the desired click board to enhance it with awesome features. It’s preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader. Use it to upload your firmware and clicker will become a working device. Board features all you need to get started: 32-bit PIC32MX534F064H microcontroller, USB connector, two LEDs and push buttons, reset button, mikroProg connector and headers for interfacing with external electronics.

 
 
 
MINI-32 Board
 

High-end emulator for professionals who need tracing, complex breakpoints, etc. This is a tool set that includes hardware and software tools for developing applications based on the AVR microcontrollers under control of one integrated development environment (IDE). A full package includes MCA-AVR macro assembler, PDS-AVR software debugger/simulator, PICE-AVR in-circuit emulator and ChipProg+ universal programmer integrated under control of the project IDE. The IDE with an embedded editor, project manager, MCA-AVR macro assembler and PDS-AVR software simulator is a common part of the Project package. This tool set provides a complete development cycle, from editing source texts, to getting debugged code, and "burning" it into a target microcontroller or memory device. Selected third parties' compilers can also be bundled with the Phyton's tools.

 
 

 
 
 
Ready for PIC
 

 
 

 
 

Ready for PIC Board is the best solution for fast and simple development of microcontroller applications using 28- and 40-pin PIC MCUs. It comes with PIC18F45K22 connected to 8MHz crystal oscillator. It contains four IDC10 headers for all available microcontroller ports, USB-UART module, prototyping area and a power supply circuit. Board is specially designed to fit into special white plastic casing which is sold separately.

 

PIC microcontroller on board

Now with PIC18F45K22

 

Ready for PIC comes with PIC18F45K22 microcontroller, which is a great choice for projects of both beginners and professionals.

 

Easy Programming

Bootloader inside

 

Having fast UART bootloader, this board is ready to rock right out of the box. No need for external programmers.

 
 
 
Ready for PIC (DIP28)
 

 
 

Ready for PIC (DIP28) Board is the best solution for fast and simple development of microcontroller applications using 28-pin PIC MCUs. It comes with PIC18F25K22 connected to 8MHz crystal oscillator. It contains four IDC10 headers for all available microcontroller ports, USB-UART module, prototyping area and a power supply circuit. Board is specially designed to fit into special white plastic casing which is sold separately.

Board comes preprogrammed with fast UART bootloader which eliminates the need for external programmers. Board also supports fast USB 2.0 mikroProg™ programmer with hardware In-Circuit Debugger.

 
 

 
 
 
dsPIC-Ready1 Board
 

 
 

TA USB supported prototype board for 40-pin dsPIC30F MCUs with IDC10 extension.The board is powered by an external 8-16V AC/DC power supply connected via on-board connector. On-board USB to serial UART interface FT232R that can be easily connects to a PC.

 

Description

 

dsPIC-Ready1 Board provides the best solution for fast and simple development of 40-pin dsPIC30F microcontroller applications (dsPIC30F3011 and dsPIC30F4011). It includes connectors for connecting the dsPICprog with mikroICD in-system stand-alone programmer. These connectors enable you to program microcontrollers without any other additional devices. There are also IDC10 connectors linked to the microcontroller pins provided on the board. They enable many peripheral modules to be connected to the board, so you can quickly assemble functional working environment that perfectly suits your needs.

dsPIC-REady1 Board features a USB to serial UART interface FT232R which simplifies USB to serial designs and reduces external component count by integrating an external EEPROM, USB termination resistors and a clock circuit requiring no external crystal into the device.

 

Accessory Boards

 

Accessory Boards were designed to allow students or engineers to easily exercise and explore the capabilities of the various microcontrollers with peripheral devices such as: ADC, DAC, CAN, Ethernet, IrDA, MP3, RS485 and many more.


Note: Accessory Boards are sold separately.

 
 
 
dsPIC-Ready2 Board
 

 
 

A USB supported prototype board for 40-pin dsPIC30F with IDC10 extension powered by an external 8-16V AC/DC power supply connected via on-board connector. On-board USB to serial UART interface FT232R easily connects to a PC.

 

Description

 

dsPIC-Ready2 Board provides the best solution for fast and simple development of 40-pin dsPIC30F microcontroller applications (dsPIC30F3014 and dsPIC30F4013). It includes connectors for connecting the dsPICprog with mikroICD in-system stand-alone programmer. These connectors enable you to program microcontrollers without any other additional devices. There are also IDC10 connectors linked to the microcontroller pins provided on the board. They enable many peripheral modules to be connected to the board, so you can quickly assemble functional working environment that perfectly suits your needs.

dsPIC-Ready2 Board features a USB to serial UART interface device FT232R which simplifies USB to serial designs and reduces external component count by integrating an external EEPROM, USB termination resistors and a clock circuit requiring no external crystal into the device.

 

Accessory Boards

 

Accessory Boards were designed to allow students or engineers to easily exercise and explore the capabilities of the various microcontrollers with peripheral devices such as: ADC, DAC, CAN, Ethernet, IrDA, MP3, RS485 and many more.


Note: Accessory Boards are sold separately.

 
 
 
dsPIC-Ready3 Board
 

 

Overview

  A USB supported prototype board for 28-pin dsPIC30F microcontrollers with IDC10 extension.The board is powered by an external 8-16V AC/DC power supply connected via on-board connector.On-board USB to serial UART interface device FT232R easily connects to a PC.  

Description

 

dsPIC-Ready3 Board is the best solution for fast and simple development of 28-pin dsPIC30F microcontroller applications (dsPIC30F1010, dsPIC30F2020 etc.). It includes connectors for connecting the dsPICprog with mikroICD in-system stand-alone programmer. These connectors enable you to program microcontrollers without any other additional devices. There are also IDC10 connectors linked to the microcontroller pins provided on the bpard. They enable many peripheral modules to be connected to the board, so you can quickly assemble functional working environment that perfectly suits your needs.
dsPIC-Ready4 Board features a USB to serial UART interface FT232R which simplifies USB to serial designs and reduces external component count by integrating an external EEPROM, USB termination resistors and a clock circuit requiring no external crystal into the device.

 

Accessory Boards

 

Accessory Boards were designed to allow students or engineers to easily exercise and explore the capabilities of the various microcontrollers with peripheral devices such as: ADC, DAC, CAN, Ethernet, IrDA, MP3, RS485 and many more.

Note: Accessory Boards are sold separately.

 
 
 
dsPIC-Ready4 Board
 

 

Overview

 

A USB supported prototype board for 28-pin dsPIC30F microcontrollers with IDC10 extension.The board is powered by an external 8-16V AC/DC power supply connected via on-board connector. On-board USB to serial UART interface FT232R easily connects to a PC.

 

Description

 

dsPIC-Ready4 Board is the best solution for fast and simple development of 28-pin dsPIC30F microcontroller applications (dsPIC30F2010, dsPIC30F3010, dsPIC30F4012, dsPIC30F2012, dsPIC30F3013 etc.). It includes connectors for connecting the dsPICprog with mikroICD in-system stand-alone programmer. These connectors enable you to program microcontrollers without any other additional devices. There are also IDC10 connectors linked to the microcontroller pins provided on the board. They enable many peripheral modules to be connected to the board, so you can quickly assemble functional working environment that perfectly suits your needs.

dsPIC-Ready3 Board features a USB to serial UART interface device FT232R which simplifies USB to serial designs and reduces external component count by integrating an external EEPROM, USB termination resistors and a clock circuit requiring no external crystal into the device.

 

Accessory Boards

 

Accessory Boards were designed to allow students or engineers to easily exercise and explore the capabilities of the various microcontrollers with peripheral devices such as: ADC, DAC, CAN, Ethernet, IrDA, MP3, RS485 and many more.

Note: Accessory Boards are sold separately.

 
 
 
8051-Ready Board
 

 
 

The 8051-Ready Board is the best solution for fast and simple development of 20-, 44-pin DIP and PLCC44 8051 microcontroller applications. It includes connectors for connecting the 8051prog2 in-system stand-alone programmer that enables you to program MCUs without any other additional device. There are also IDC10 connectors linked to the MCU pins provided on the board. These conectors enable numerous additional modules to be connected to the board, so you can quickly assemble functional working environment that perfectly suits your needs. The board is powered by an external 8-16V AC/DC power supply connected via on-board connector.

This tool also contains a USB to serial UART interface FT232R which simplifies USB to serial designs and reduces external component count by fully integrating an external EEPROM, USB termination resistors and an integrated clock circuit which requires no external crystal into the device.

 

Accessory Boards

 

Accessory Boards were designed to allow students or engineers to easily exercise and explore the capabilities of the various microcontrollers with peripheral devices such as: ADC, DAC, CAN, Ethernet, IrDA, MP3, RS485 and many more.