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Arduino / chipKIT Platform

The Mega-B Development Kit is a Bluetooth LE 4.2 prototyping kit for quickly building and testing your IoT concept. All modules are plug-n-play, allowing for flexible prototyping. The kit can be programmed through our online platform, Breadware IDE, or with the Arduino IDE. You can leverage design templates, write device firmware using our “hardware-object-oriented programming language,” build test mobile applications, configure web dashboards for the device, and utilize webhooks to stream data.

The Mega-B piggybacks on the Arduino Mega 2560, and all of the functionality and GPIOs are preserved, giving you the capability to integrate 3rd party modules, or your own designs.
The chipKIT™ Basic I/O Shield is an input/output expansion board designed for use with chipKIT microcontroller boards such as the Uno32™ and the Max32™.

The Basic I/O Shield is designed to provide a range of input/output devices suitable for beginners learning about microcontrollers and various types of I/O devices, or for use by more advanced user to provide inputs or outputs for their own projects.

The Basic I/O Shield provides simple digital input devices such as switches and buttons, and digital output devices such as discrete LEDs and high current open FET drivers. It provides more advanced devices such as an I2C EEPROM, an I2C temperature sensor, and organic LED graphic display. A potentiometer is also provided for use as an analog input device.

The Basic I/O Shield is designed to the same form factor as the Uno32 and uC32 boards, but is also usable with the Max32 board.
The chipKIT™ Cmod (Digilent 410-269) is a development board in the chipKIT Platform line of tools from Digilent.
The chipKIT Lenny was inspired by the Arduino Leonardo, and adds additional capabilities afforded by its 32-bit microcontroller. The Lenny has 27 available I/O lines, 6 of which can be used as analog inputs. Based on the 32-bit PIC32MX270F256D microcontroller, operating at 3.3 volts and 40 MHz. Direct access to the USB peripheral controller enables the Lenny to emulate many types of USB devices; note that this functionality will be available in a future library.
The chipKIT™ Pmod Shield is an input/output expansion board for use with the chipKIT uC32 (TDGL017) or chipKIT Uno32 (now discontinued), as it has the same form factor. (Digilent Inc. 410-229)
The chipKIT™ uC32™ (Digilent 410-254) is based on the popular Arduino® open-source hardware prototyping platform and adds the performance of the Microchip PIC32 microcontroller. The uC32 is the same form factor as the Arduino Uno board and is compatible with Arduino shields. It features a USB serial port interface for connection to the IDE and can be powered via USB or an external power supply.

This board takes advantage of the powerful PIC32MX340F512 microcontroller, which features a 32-bit MIPS processor core running at 80 MHz, 512K of Flash program memory and 32K of SRAM data memory. The board can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. It contains everything needed to start developing embedded applications. It is also fully compatible with the advanced Microchip MPLAB® X IDE and the PICKit 3™ in-system programmer/debugger. In addition, the chipKIT uC32 is easy to use and suitable for both beginners and advanced users experimenting with electronics and embedded control systems.

You will find 42 I/O pins that support a number of peripheral functions, such as UART, SPI, and I2C™ ports and pulse width modulated outputs on-board. Twelve of the I/O pins can be used as analog inputs or as digital inputs and outputs.
The chipKIT™ WiFi Shield is an interface board designed for use with the chipKIT line of microcontroller boards such as the Uno32™, uC32™, or Max32™. The chipKIT line is a family of microcontroller boards based on the high performance Microchip PIC32 family of microcontrollers.

The WiFi Shield makes use of the Microchip MRF24WB0MA WiFi module and provides chipKIT microcontroller boards the ability to connect to and communicate via IEEE 802.11 compatible wireless networks.

The WiFi Shield is intended for use with the Digilent network libraries, DNETcK and DWIFIcK, available for free download from the Digilent web site. These libraries make use of, and include a custom version of the Microchip Applications Library licensed from Microchip.

The WiFi Shield also provides a micro-SD card connector for use with micro-SD flash memory cards. The chipKIT MPIDE SD library can be used to read/write files stored on the micro-SD card.
Flowcode 7 is a flowchart-style programming tool that enables you to create complex electronic and electromechanical systems. The tool utilizes graphics in place of complex coding, meaning it is ideal for both beginners and experienced engineers. Flowcode 7 software is straight forward and easy to use, so you can develop your ideas in no time.

This license gives the user the ability to program AVR devices and Arduino boards such as the Uno and Mega. This is the Standard version of the license, designed for you to learn programming principles for applications at home. This license does not include commercial rights and offers limited features. Users can add commercial rights (a professional license) and also further additional features after purchase of this standard license by visiting www.matrixtsl.com/flowcode.
The Fubarino® SD board brings affordable, breadboard compatible high speed computing power to the Arduino-compatible chipKIT/MPIDE platform. It is able to run almost all Arduino sketches right out of the box, and includes more memory, speed, and I/O pins than a typical Arduino or clone. And it includes a microSD card slot for easy sketch access to huge file storage.
MOVI™ (Audeme LLC 865832000204) is an easy to use speech recognizer and voice synthesizer shield for the Arduino and chipKIT platforms. MOVI™ provides an alternative to buttons, remote controls, or cell phones by letting you use full-sentence voice commands for tasks such as turning devices on and off, entering alarm codes, and carrying on programmed conversations with projects.

OpenScope

Part Number: TDGL027

OpenScope MZ (Digilent 410-324)  is a portable multi-function programmable instrumentation module. That means it's a device that you connect to your computer (through WiFi or a USB cable) for the purpose of acquiring, analyzing, visualizing, and controlling signals from circuits, sensors, and other electronic devices. Unlike typical USB instruments, OpenScope MZ can also be programmed to run standalone like an Arduino or Raspberry Pi, but with high-speed precision analog and digital I/O. At the core of the OpenScope MZ is a powerful Microchip PIC32 MZ Processor. This processor has many resources that enable the myriad functionalities found on OpenScope MZ. In addition, OpenScope MZ comes with WaveForms Live, a free, open-source, JavaScript-based software that runs in a browser.
The Picadillo-35T is a 3.5” 320x480 resolution (Half VGA) Embedded Display Module with Resistive Touch, featuring the Microchip PIC32MX795F512L 32-bit microcontroller and Arduino™/ chipKIT™ style headers for easy attachment of shields, and compatible with UECIDE, MPIDE and MPLAB X Programming IDEs, making this a brilliant display solution with open-source software.
chipKIT™ Max32™ by Digilent is an easy-to-use platform for developing advanced applications. The chipKIT platform uses a modified version of the original Arduino® IDE for compatibility with existing code examples, tutorials and resources. Pin-compatible with many Arduino shields that can operate at 3.3V.

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TDGL008 - chipKIT MX3 Development Board

Part Number: TDGL008

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The chipKIT™ MX3™ by Digilent is a microcontroller development board based on the PIC32MX320F128H MCU. It is compatible with Digilent`s line of Pmod™ peripheral modules, and is suitable for use with the MPLAB® IDE and PICkit™ programmers. The chipKIT MX3 is also compatible for use with the chipKIT platform's MPIDE development environment. The chipKIT platform with MPIDE is a PIC32-based ecosystem compatible with many existing Arduino® code examples, reference materials and other resources.

This low-priced item is not eligible for academic discount.

The chipKIT™ Pro MX7™ development board is based on the PIC32MX795F512L MCU. It is compatible with Digilent's line of Pmod™ peripheral modules and is suitable for use with the Microchip MPLAB® IDE. This board is also compatible with the chipKIT™ platform's MPIDE development environment. The chipKIT platform and MPIDE are part of a PIC32-based system compatible with many existing Arduino® code examples, reference materials, and other resources.

Includes a built in programmer/debugger compatible with MPLAB. The kit contains everything needed to start developing embedded applications using either the MPLAB IDE or the MPIDE.

This low-priced item is not eligible for academic discount.

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The Digilent PmodRTCC Peripheral Module (Digilent 410-218) is a Real-Time Clock/Calendar powered by Microchip's MCP79410. It is compatible with Digilent`s PIC32-based Cerebot development boards (TDGL008, TDGL009, TDGL010), and can be easily connected to any system using standard IDC connectors and cables. An I2C™ interface is used to communicate with the module. The PmodRTCC provides two available alarms, 128 bytes EEPROM and 64 bytes SRAM. The multi-function pin can be accessed via a two pin header. The product Includes a coin-cell battery holder.
The Digilent PmodOLED Peripheral Module (Digilent 410-222) is perfect for embedded applications requiring small, complex visual output. It is compatible with Digilent's PIC32-based Cerebot development boards (TDGL008, TDGL009, TDGL010), and can be easily connected to any system using standard IDC connectors and cables. An SPI interface is used to communicate with module.

This low-priced item is not eligible for academic discount.


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The chipKIT™ PGM by Digilent (410-242) is a simple, low-cost module that supports in-system programming and debugging of applications written for PIC® MCU-based microcontroller boards such as the chipKIT™ and Cerebot boards. The chipKIT PGM is designed to work with the MPLAB® v8 and MPLAB® X IDE. This allows the chipKIT boards, for example, to be used as a more traditional microcontroller development platform.
The chipKIT™ DP32™ is the first chipKIT rapid prototype project board from Digilent. The board adds the power of the Microchip PIC32MX250F128B with a prototyping area in a single board.

The chipKIT™ Motor Shield is an expansion board for use with the chipKIT Uno32™ (TDGL002) and chipKIT uC32™ (TDGL017). It provides additional circuitry and connectors for the Uno32 and uC32 to drive various motors types.

The chipKIT Motor Shield is designed to drive DC motors, servo motors, and stepper motors. It also provides additional I/O via an I2C™ I/O extender.

The chipKIT™ WF32™ by Digilent is an easy-to-use platform for developing Wi-Fi® applications. As with other chipKIT boards, it uses a modified version of the original Arduino® IDE for compatibility with existing code examples, tutorials and resources. Also compatible with MPLAB® X IDE.

The WF32 includes several peripherals on board, including Wi-Fi radio module, USB OTG (host or device) interface, microSD™ card slot, buttons, LEDs, potentiometer and lots of extra I/O. A full-featured HTML server application is available by download. Can be powered by USB, or an external power supply.

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MPLAB Harmony support available:
  • One Board Support Package (BSP)
  • One TCP/IP demonstration
  • Two USB demonstrations
The chipKIT™ Wi-Fire board enables rapid prototyping with Microchip’s latest PIC32MZ architecture and Imagination Technologies' Flow Cloud Internet connectivity development software.

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MPLAB Harmony Support available:
  • One Board Support Package (BSP)
  • Two USB demonstrations.

This Protoshield kit from NKC Electronics is a great way to expand your chipKIT™ Uno32™. Develop your custom circuits on a solder-less breadboard. Once the circuit is tested and ready, install it on a Protoshield for a permanent solution, and free up your breadboard for the next project. Basic soldering experience is required. (Note: breadboard and soldering iron are not included.) 

Assembly instructions are available at http://www.chipkit.net/nkc-protoshield-uno32