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The PIC10F32X Development Board is intended to be a learning tool for individuals interested in PIC ® microcontroller design and developing applications using the Configurable Logic Cell, Complimentary Waveform Generator and Numerically Controlled Oscillator peripherals. The PIC10F322 microcontroller is ideal for use on the PIC10F32X Development Board due to its small size, high efficiency, speed and peripheral configurations.

AT90USBKEY

Part Number: AT90USBKEY2

Mature Product
The low-cost demonstration board based on the AT90USB1287 microcontroller allows quick evaluation of AVR microcontrollers and the AT90USB family. The key simply connects to the USB port of a personal computer to retrieve on-board documentation and run AVR programs. Designers can either run demonstration programs or their own application. The board also permits access to the JTAG port and all the IOs of the microcontroller for hardware development. An external power supply can be used for USB host or stand-alone operation.

ATAVRSB200

Part Number: ATAVRSB200

A development platform for SB20x reference designs, it offers an easy way to evaluate and develop battery management applications using the AVR microcontrollers. The platform includes a programmable charger and load, and a USB gateway to various serial protocols used by battery packs.

ATAVRSB202

Part Number: ATAVRSB202

The SB202 is an evaluation and development kit for the ATmega32HVB. This device is made for battery packs with either one or two cells in series, and features autonomous battery protection as well as very accurate voltage, current and temperature monitoring capabilities. The device provides the means to protect the battery pack and surroundings from hazardous conditions and gain most energy from the Battery cells.

The ATmega168PB Xplained Mini evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATmega168PB microcontroller. The evaluation kit comes with a fully-integrated debugger that provides seamless integration with Atmel Studio. The kit provides access to the features of the ATmega168PB enabling easy integration of the device in a custom design.

The ATmega256RFR2 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is ideal for evaluation and prototyping with the ATmega256RFR2 microcontroller. The ATmega256RFR2 Xplained Pro board is available as an evaluation kit or starter kit. Extension boards can also be individually purchased.

The ATmega256RFR2-XPRO evaluation kit does not include extension boards.

For a complete and ready to go package, the ATmega256RFR2-XSTK starter kit includes the I/O1 Xplained Pro, OLED1 Xplained Pro, and PROTO1 Xplained Pro extension boards.

The ATmega256RFR2 Xplained Pro starter kit is ideal for evaluation and prototyping with the ATmega256RFR2 microcontroller. The ATmega256RFR2 Xplained Pro board is available as an evaluation kit or starter kit. Extension boards can also be individually purchased.

The ATmega256RFR2-XSTK starter kit includes the I/O1 Xplained Pro, OLED1 Xplained Pro, and PROTO1 Xplained Pro extension boards.

If all you need is just the MCU evaluation board, the ATmega256RFR2-XPRO evaluation kit is available and does not include extension boards.

The ZigBit extension board is targeted for evaluating the features of the ZigBits, currently supporting ATmega256RFR2 wireless SoC, the AT86RF212B and AT86RF233 radio transceivers.

The ATmega324PB Xplained Pro evalutation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATmega324PB microcontroller (MCU). The ATmega324PB-XPRO evaluation kit does not include extension boards which can be purchased individually. ATmega324PB Xplained Pro currently supports more than 20 extension boards including wired and wireless connectivity, crytpo authentication, QTouch capacitive touch kits as well as generic I/O, and OLED boards.

The ATmega328P Xplained Mini evalutation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATmega328P microcontroller. The evaluation kit comes with a fully integrated debugger that provides seamless integration with Atmel Studio. The kit provides access to the features of the ATmega328P enabling easy integration of the device in a custom design

The ATmega328PB Xplained Mini evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATmega328PB microcontroller (MCU). The evaluation kit comes with a fully integrated debugger that provides seamless integration with Atmel Studio. The kit provides access to the features of the ATmega328PB MCU, enabling easy integration of the device into a custom design.

The kit features two capacitive buttons for easy evaluation of the integrated QTouch Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC).

Take your next idea to market with a development board that you can keep in your pocket. With full program and debug capabilities, the ATMega4809 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit offers complete support for your next design.

The ATMega4809 microcontroller (MCU) broadens the effectiveness of real-time control systems with a combination of intelligent hardware peripherals alongside the low-power capacity of the AVR core. Elevate your design with a high-speed ADC, Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs), and on-chip Configurable Custom Logic (CCL).

Use either Studio 7 or MPLAB X IDEs as a magnifying glass to look into your MCU and step through the debug. Free, easy-to-use graphical programming tools, START and MCC, allow you to intuitively program the target MCU.

Key Features

  • A board the size of a stick of gum with the power to take your idea to market
  • On-board debugger - no external tools are needed to program the ATmega4809
  • Flexible 8-bit ATMega4809 MCU is perfect for real-time control (and so much more)

The ATmega4809 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATmega4809 AVR® microcontroller (MCU).
Supported by the integrated development platform Atmel Studio, the kit provides easy access to the features of the ATmega4809 to fully understand how to integrate the device into a custom design.

The Xplained Pro MCU series evaluation kits include an on-board Embedded Debugger (EDBG), eliminating the need for external tools to program or debug the ATmega4809. The kit supports additional peripherals to extend the features of the board with Xplained Pro extension kits and MikroElektronika mikroBUS™ compatible click boards.

The ATmega4809-XPRO serve as the recommended evaluation kit for for ATmega4809, ATmega4808, ATmega3209 and ATmega3208 microcontrollers.

Atmel-ICE

Part Number: ATATMEL-ICE

Atmel-ICE is a powerful development tool for debugging and programming ARM® Cortex®-M based SAM and AVR microcontrollers with on-chip debug capability.

Atmel-ICE supports:

  • Programming and on-chip debugging of all AVR 32-bit MCUs on both JTAG and aWire interfaces
  • Programming and on-chip debugging of all AVR XMEGA family devices on both JTAG and PDI 2-wire interfaces
  • JTAG and SPI programming and debugging of all AVR 8-bit MCUs with OCD support on either JTAG or debugWIRE interfaces
  • Programming and debugging of all SAM ARM Cortex-M based MCUs on both SWD and JTAG interfaces
  • Programming of all tinyAVR 8-bit MCUs with support for the TPI interface

For more information, please visit the Online User Guide.

Atmel-ICE kit contents:

  • ATATMEL-ICE: Encapsulated main unit, USB cable, 10-lead squid cable, flat cable (10-pin 50mil connector and 6-pin 100mil connector) and adapter board (20-pin 100mil connector, 6-pin 50mil connector and 10-pin 100mil connector)
  • ATATMEL-ICE-BASIC: Encapsulated main unit, USB cable and flat cable (10-pin 50mil connector and 6-pin 100mil connector)
  • ATATMEL-ICE-PCBA: PCB assembly of main unit only, no cables
  • ATATMEL-ICE-ADPT: 10-lead squid cable, flat cable (10-pin 50mil connector and 6-pin 100mil connector) and adapter board (20-pin 100mil connector, 6-pin 50mil connector and 10-pin 100mil connector)
  • ATATMEL-ICE-CABLE: Flat cable (10-pin 50mil connector and 6-pin 100mil connector)

The ATtiny104 Xplained Nano evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating ATtiny102/ATtiny104 microcontrollers.

Supported by Atmel Studio free integrated development platform, the kit provides easy access to all device I/O, one button, and one LED.

The Xplained Nano evaluation kit includes an on-board programmer, and no external tools are necessary to program the ATtiny104 host MCU that drives the board. The onboard programmer can be completely disconnected from the host MCU or it can be used to program any other MCU with the Tiny Programming Interface (TPI).

The ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the latest tinyAVR® microcontrollers. The evaluation kit comes with a fully integrated debugger that provides seamless integration with Atmel Studio.

The ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro is recommended for evaluation of the following products: ATtiny3217, ATtiny3216, ATtiny1617, ATtiny1616, ATtiny1614, ATtiny1607, ATtiny1606 and ATtiny1604.

The ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro evaluation kit does not include extension boards, which can be purchased individually.
ATtiny3217 Xplained Pro currently supports more than 20 extension boards — including wired and wireless connectivity, crypto authentication, QTouch capacitive touch kits as well as generic I/O and OLED boards.

The ATtiny416 Xplained Nano evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATtiny416 microcontroller.

Supported by Atmel Studio free integrated development platform, the kit provides easy access to all device I/O, one button, and one LED.

The Xplained Nano evaluation kit includes an on-board debugger, and no external tools are necessary to program and debug the ATtiny416 microcontroller.

The onboard debugger can be completely disconnected from the ATtiny416 microcontroller and it can be used to program other UPDI devices.

The ATtiny817 QTouch Moisture Demo Kit demonstrates the high performance capacitive touch support of the Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC) while achieving best-in-class conducted immunity and moisture tolerance. It has driven shield for better noise immunity and water tolerance. It implements a robust solution that allows customers to easily incorporate the QTouch technology into designs that require a high level of water tolerance.
The ATtiny817 Xplained Mini evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating ATtiny817, ATtiny816, ATtiny814, and ATtiny417 microcontrollers. The evaluation kit comes with a fully integrated debugger that provides seamless integration with Atmel Studio.

It features two capacitive buttons for easy evaluation of the integrated QTouch® Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC).
The ATtiny817 Xplained Pro evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the latest tinyAVR® microcontrollers (ATtiny817, ATtiny816, ATtiny814, ATtiny417). The evaluation kit comes with a fully integrated debugger that provides seamless integration with Atmel Studio.
The ATtiny817 Xplained Pro evaluation kit does not include extension boards, which can be purchased individually.
ATtiny817 Xplained Pro currently supports more than 20 extension boards — including wired and wireless connectivity, crypto authentication, QTouch capacitive touch kits as well as generic I/O and OLED boards.
The Automotive Networking Development Board is a low-cost modular development system for Microchip’s 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit microcontrollers targeting CAN and LIN network related applications. The board supports devices using the 100 pin Plug-In Module (PIM) connector for easy device swapping. The board has four Mikrobus™ sockets which allow the user the ability to develop with a variety of MikroElectronika Click™ add-on boards. The board also includes a PICtail Plus edge connector for backwards compatibility to PICtail Plus boards used with the Explorer 16 Development board.

Power supply and PIMs (Plug-in Modules) are not included. See recommended add-ons below
- 12V power Supply (PS0019) or 9V power supply (AC002014)
- MCP2003B click LIN Transceiver
- MCP25625 click CAN Controller with integrated Transceiver
- Microchip PIM (Plug-in Module) boards.

Getting Started:
Read the Automotive Networking Development Board User’s Manual (download section of this page)

Download the free development tool MPLAB X IDE

Download the suitable MPLAB XC Compiler

Download and unzip the appropriate firmware demo code (download section of this page)

AVR Butterfly

Part Number: ATAVRBFLY

The evaluation tool is shipped with preloaded firmware that supports temperature sensing, light measurement, voltage readings and music playback. AVR Butterfly can also be used as a nametag. AVR Butterfly can be reprogrammed from AVR Studio using a serial cable for use as a development kit for the onboard ATmega169PV, or even as target hardware for simple applications. The bootloader source code is available as application note AVR109. The code is written for the ATmega169V device, but is compatible and will work correctly without board modifications with the onboard ATmega169PV device. AVR Studio online-help contains the most current information and a complete list of supported devices.

AVR P4

Part Number: ATAVRFEB-P4

Performance, Precision, Power, Pins

The P4 board serves as an introductory learning tool to get started with Atmel START, Atmel Studio, and all the great peripherals AVR microcontrollers offer. This board comes with 4 push buttons, 4 LEDs, and an LCD screen so users can immediately get started interacting with the analog world as well as the digital. Learn new skills like clock switching, pin toggling (using a single pin as input and output at the same time), and power and memory usage reduction. Whether you are new to AVR devices, 8-bit design, or even programming in general, this board is the perfect way to get started with the added components you need.

Maximizing the value of 20 AVR pins:
  • 2 pins for VDD and GND
  • 1 pin for Unified Programming and Debug Interface (UDPI)
  • 2 pins for 32768 Hz crystal oscillator
  • 4 pins for 4 LEDs and 4 push buttons
  • 3 pins for interface to OLED display
  • 1 pin for SET/RUN slide switch detection
  • 6 pins for connector and I2C bus connection

Demonstrated techniques:
  • How to use 1 pin for both driving a LED and detecting a push button
  • How to switch between oscillators on-the-fly
    • Use 20 MHz internal oscillator when fast processing is required for driving display
    • Use 32768 Hz external crystal oscillator when precise timing is needed
    • Use 32 kHz internal Ultra Low Power (ULP) oscillator otherwise to minimize power consumption
  • How to use only 3 pins to drive a 128 x 64 OLED display
  • How to expand each display character on-the-fly to 12 x 16 pixels so it is easy to read but only uses 6 x 8 bits of Flash
  • How to make a design where part of the circuit can be switched off to minimize power consumption (without accidentally resetting the MCU)

AVR Parrot

Part Number: ATAVRPARROT

Developing an audio recording and playback system can require a lot of component shopping and circuit board design. Save all that time and effort with a Parrot board that already provides the design and components necessary. With the addition of an external memory device, 8-bit devices may be the perfect solution for your low cost, low power audio needs. The Parrot board uses the AVR microcontroller event system and direct memory access (DMA) peripherals to create an audio storage and playback system that entirely avoids using the CPU after initialization. It also serves as a great method to add audio recording or playback to an existing design.

AVR Xplain

Part Number: ATAVRXPLAIN

No Longer Available
The kit contains complete hardware for evaluating the highly accurate analog functionality of AVR devices and demonstrating how to interface external memories. The kit includes 8MB SDRAM and 8MB DataFlash connected to the ATxmega128A1, and eight push buttons and eight LEDs for user interaction. The USB interface is a communication gateway between the ATxmega128A1 USB COM port and power source. The ADC can be used to read a temperature sensor and potentiometer, and the DAC can be used to generate sound on a mono speaker. Drivers for ATxmega128A1 peripheral modules are availablein the XMEGA application notes section.

NOTE:
The AVR Xplain kit is only available as a bundle consisting of AVR Xplain, Display Xplained and QTouch Xplained.
The AVR-IoT WG development board combines a powerful 8-bit ATmega4808 MCU, an ATECC608A CryptoAuthentication™ secure element IC and the fully certified ATWINC1510 Wi-Fi® network controller - which provides the most simple and effective way to connect your embedded application to Google’s Cloud IoT core platform. The board also includes an on-board debugger, and requires no external hardware to program and debug the MCU.

Out of the box, the MCU comes preloaded with a firmware image that enables you to quickly connect and send data to the Google Cloud IoT platform using the on-board temperature and light sensors. Once you are ready to build your own custom design, you can easily generate code using the free software libraries in Atmel START or MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC).

The AVR-IoT board is supported by two award-winning Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) - Atmel Studio and Microchip MPLAB® X IDE - giving you the freedom to innovate with your environment of choice.
clicker 2 for PIC18FJ is a compact development kit with two mikroBUS™ sockets for click board connectivity. You can use it to quickly build your own gadgets with unique functionalities and features. It carries an 8-bit PIC18F87J50 microcontroller with a built-in USB-HID bootloader that makes it easy to program. A mikroProg connector is also available. Whichever way you upload the firmware, you can turn clicker 2 into a standalone gadget because it has a li-po battery connector. The battery (sold separately) can be charged via USB thanks to the LTC® 3586-2 power management IC. Additional features include 2 x2 6 connection pads on the sides of the board, and some buttons, switches and LEDs.

MikroElektronika is a trusted third-party tool provider

Satisfy Your Curiosity
Your next embedded design idea has a new home. Curiosity is a cost-effective, fully integrated 8-bit development platform targeted at first-time users, Makers, and those seeking a feature-rich rapid prototyping board. Designed from the ground-up to take full advantage of Microchip's MPLAB X development environment, Curiosity includes an integrated programmer/debugger, and requires no additional hardware to get started.

Your Tool for Function Enablement
Curiosity is the perfect platform to harness the power of modern 8-bit PIC® Microcontrollers. Its layout and external connections offer unparalleled access to the Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) available on many newer 8-bit PIC MCUs. These CIPs enable the user to integrate various system functions onto a single MCU, simplifying the design and keeping system power consumption and BOM cost low.

Internet of Things Ready
Have an IoT design idea? Curiosity can make it real. Out of the box, the development board offers several options for user interface - including physical switches, an mTouch™ capacitive button, and an on-board potentiometer. A full complement of accessory boards is available via the MikroElectronika Mikrobus™ interface footprint.
In addition, Bluetooth Low Energy communication can easily be added using an available Microchip RN4020 module.

Examples available for download or online editing via
MPLAB® Xpress

Satisfy Your Curiosity
Your next embedded design idea has a new home. Curiosity is a cost-effective, fully integrated 8-bit development platform targeted at first-time users, Makers, and those seeking a feature-rich rapid prototyping board. Designed from the ground-up to take full advantage of Microchip's MPLAB X development environment, Curiosity includes an integrated programmer/debugger, and requires no additional hardware to get started.

Your Tool for Function Enablement
Curiosity HPC is the perfect platform to harness the power of modern 8-bit PIC® Microcontrollers. Its layout and external connections offer unparalleled access to the Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) available on many newer 8-bit PIC MCUs. These CIPs enable the user to integrate various system functions onto a single MCU, simplifying the design and keeping system power consumption and BOM cost low.

Internet of Things Ready
Have an IoT design idea? Curiosity can make it real. Out of the box, the development board offers several options for user interface -including physical switches and an on-board potentiometer. A full complement of accessory boards is available via the MikroElectronika Mikrobus™ interface footprints.

Examples available for download or online editing via MPLAB® Xpress

This reference design demonstrates the implementation of a DALI Master using ATxmega32E5 microcontroller. The DALI master can control DALI slaves used in lighting network control applications in building automation and smart home. The design can connect to a host system using a RS232 or an USB interface.

Explorer 8 Development Kit

Part Number: DM160228

$18 Off - Use Coupon Code : EOY2018DT        Expires : 31-Dec-2018
Summary
The Explorer 8 Development Kit is a full-featured development board and platform for 8-bit PIC® microcontrollers. This kit is a versatile development solution, featuring several options for external sensors, off-board communication and human interface. Additionally, it offers ample room for expansion, making it an excellent solution for developers and engineers looking for a tool with the largest number of supported 8-bit PIC MCUs.

Enterprise-Class 8-bit Development
The Explorer 8 Development Kit is the latest offering in a long line of enterprise-class tools for 8-bit PIC microcontrollers. The board is an evolution of the popular PIC18 Explorer Board, and has been updated to take advantage of our most modern features including:
On-chip Core Independent Peripherals
Compatibility with all PIC MCUs
8-, 14-, 20-, 28-, 40/44-, 64- and 80-pin footprints
With the Explorer 8 Development Kit, you can have a single development platform that allows you to update a legacy design while supporting our newest MCU offerings.

All-in-One Solution
Microchip designed the Explorer 8 Development Kit to be your main tool for 8-bit development with support for a wide variety of functions. On-board components enable easy development of human interface, power conversion, Internet of Things (IoT), battery charging and other applications using a powerful 8-bit PIC microcontroller. Additionally, the Explorer 8 Development Kit also has a large capacity for expansion. Two Digilent Pmod™ interfaces, two MikroElectronika Click™ board sockets and two custom expansion headers allow you to quickly adapt as your development needs change. The Explorer 8 Development Kit supports several program and debug solutions including the PICkit™ 3, ICD 3 and MPLAB® REAL ICE™ In-Circuit Emulator.

Made for MPLAB® Code Configurator
The Explorer 8 Development Kit seamlessly integrates with MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC) for a modern embedded development experience. MCC is a free software plug-in that bridges our MCUs, development hardware and MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment (IDE). It allows you to generate easily modifiable, production-ready application code for many 8-bit PIC MCUs in just a few mouse clicks. Find out more at www.microchip.com/MCC

Please visit our Explorer 8 Design Center for more information.

The Gesture Controller Extension is an accessory the PIC18 PoE Main Board utilizing GestIC® Technology for customizable gesture control. The accessory is fully customizable and comes pre-configured for 2-zone LED lighting control.

 

Go to www.microchip.com/EoE for the most current user's guide and collateral.

The I/O Starter Extension is a simple accessory to the PIC18 PoE Main Board, populated with an indicator LED, light sensor and temperature sensor. Demo code provided simulates a light fixture or a light or temperature sensor.

 

Go to www.microchip.com/EoE for the most current user's guide and collateral.

The MEGA-1284P Xplainedevaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATmega1284Pmicrocontrollers. The MEGA-1284P Xplained contain one QTouch button sensor, three mechanical buttons, four LEDs, 3 analog sensors, and a UART to USB bridge. The AVR Xplained expansion headers provide easy access to analog and digital I/O pins. The board is powered by the USB cable and equipped with the standard 10-pin JTAG header that connects to the full range of AVR debuggers.

NOTE: The MEGA-1284P Xplained can be used to evaluate the ATmega164/324/644/1284microcontrollers and the A, P and PA versions of these devices. These devices share thesame peripherals, and differ only in memory size electrical characteristics such as power consumption. The peripherals are in general functionally compatible with other megaAVR devices, and the MEGA-1284P Xplained can thus be used as a general evaluation platform for other megaAVRs as well. Alternatively the STK600 can be used if specific devices need to be evaluated.

The centerpiece of the MPLAB Xpress evaluation board is the PIC16F18855 MCU; an 8-bit device with the unique combination of low power consumption, performance to handle almost any application task, and on-chip peripherals that enable you to control your system with a minimal amount of code. The PIC16F18855’s peripherals can be set up graphically using the MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC) plugin, saving you weeks of development time.

Xpress Your Creativity

Brilliant ideas are fleeting. As soon as they are recognized, they must be captured quickly, and made real with the highest possible urgency. In embedded design, the creative process is often blunted by the massive array of choices required to simply begin the development cycle. The tasks of selecting a target MCU, finding the appropriate tool chain, and setting everything up on your PC can keep your best ideas from becoming great products. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation Board (DM164140) was designed with a single objective – to help your ideas take the shortest journey from imagination to reality.

Crafted for Cloud-Based Development

The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation board offers seamless integration with our software tool chain, including the MPLAB Xpress cloud-based IDE. MPLAB Xpress is an online development environment that contains the most popular features of our award-winning MPLAB X IDE. This simplified & distilled application is a faithful reproduction of our desktop-based program, which allows users to easily transition between the two environments.

Easy System Expansion

Adding sensors, actuators, and drive circuitry to your design is a simple task using the on-board MikroBus expansion header. Over 180 MikroElektronika ClickTM expansion boards are available; options range from WiFi, Bluetooth, and GSM to relays, motor drivers, and sensors.

Drag-and-Drop Programming

Programming the MPLAB Xpress Evaluation Board is quick and easy. We’ve integrated a unique drag-and-drop programmer for compatibility with almost any USB-connected PC, laptop, or tablet. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation board connects to your PC as a USB Flash drive, so no drivers are needed. Programming of the target device is completed in microseconds, with no waiting.

MPLAB® Xpress PIC16F15376 Evaluation Board

Part Number: DM164143

Save $3 - Use Coupon Code : EOY2018DT        Expires : 31-Dec-2018

This MPLAB Xpress board showcases the PIC16F15376 MCU. A member of an 8-bit product family that can leverage its eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) technology and a host of Core Independent Peripherals to be perfectly suited for a wide range of low-power applications. This device features PWMs, multiple communication interfaces, an on-chip temperature sensor and memory features like Memory Access Partition (MAP) and Device Information Area (DIA) which support customers in data protection and bootloader applications..

Xpress Your Creativity

Brilliant ideas are fleeting. As soon as they are recognized, they must be captured quickly, and made real with the highest possible urgency. In embedded design, the creative process is often blunted by the massive array of choices required to simply begin the development cycle. The tasks of selecting a target MCU, finding the appropriate tool chain, and setting everything up on your PC can keep your best ideas from becoming great products. The MPLAB Xpress PIC16F15376 Evaluation Board (DM164143) was designed with a single objective – to help your ideas take the shortest journey from imagination to reality.

Crafted for Cloud-Based Development

The MPLAB Xpress PIC16F15376 Evaluation board offers seamless integration with our software tool chain, including the MPLAB Xpress cloud-based IDE. MPLAB Xpress is an online development environment that contains the most popular features of our award-winning MPLAB X IDE. This simplified & distilled application is a faithful reproduction of our desktop-based program, which allows users to easily transition between the two environments.


Drag-and-Drop Programming

Programming the MPLAB Xpress PIC16F15376 Evaluation Board is quick and easy. We’ve integrated a unique drag-and-drop programmer for compatibility with almost any USB-connected PC, laptop, or tablet. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation board connects to your PC as a USB Flash drive, so no drivers are needed. Programming of the target device is completed in microseconds, with no waiting.

Offering a streamlined way to get started with the PIC16F1835 product family, this MPLAB Xpress board features a robust portfolio of Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) that can be mixed and matched to perform a wide variety of functions without the core. The inherent power conserving functionality of the PIC16F1835 (Idle/Doze modes, Peripheral Module Disable, and eXtreme Low-Power) allows it to lend itself to various applications including consumer electronics, Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable technology.

 

Xpress Your Creativity

Brilliant ideas are fleeting. As soon as they are recognized, they must be captured quickly, and made real with the highest possible urgency. In embedded design, the creative process is often blunted by the massive array of choices required to simply begin the development cycle. The tasks of selecting a target MCU, finding the appropriate tool chain, and setting everything up on your PC can keep your best ideas from becoming great products. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation Board (DM164141) was designed with a single objective – to help your ideas take the shortest journey from imagination to reality.

Crafted for Cloud-Based Development


The MPLAB Xpress PIC16F8345 Evaluation board offers seamless integration with our software tool chain, including the MPLAB Xpress cloud-based IDE. MPLAB Xpress is an online development environment that contains the most popular features of our award-winning MPLAB X IDE. This simplified & distilled application is a faithful reproduction of our desktop-based program, which allows users to easily transition between the two environments.


Drag-and-Drop Programming

Programming the MPLAB Xpress PIC16F18345 Evaluation Board is quick and easy. We’ve integrated a unique drag-and-drop programmer for compatibility with almost any USB-connected PC, laptop, or tablet. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation board connects to your PC as a USB Flash drive, so no drivers are needed. Programming of the target device is completed in microseconds, with no waiting.

This MPLAB Xpress board makes use of the PIC16F18877 MCU. Coming from a product family that showcases a 10-bit ADC with Computation (ADC2) for automated signal analysis, this MCU is perfect for helping to reduce system complexity. In addition to the Core Independent Peripherals, various communication interfaces, CRC/SCAN, Hardware Limit Timer (HLT) and Windowed WDT (WWDT) this device supports customers looking to add safety and system monitoring to their application. This MCU also features power conserving functionality, including Idle/Doze operating modes, Peripheral Module Disable (PMD) and eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) technology for a wide range of possible applications..

Xpress Your Creativity

Brilliant ideas are fleeting. As soon as they are recognized, they must be captured quickly, and made real with the highest possible urgency. In embedded design, the creative process is often blunted by the massive array of choices required to simply begin the development cycle. The tasks of selecting a target MCU, finding the appropriate tool chain, and setting everything up on your PC can keep your best ideas from becoming great products. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation Board (DM164142) was designed with a single objective – to help your ideas take the shortest journey from imagination to reality.

Crafted for Cloud-Based Development

The MPLAB Xpress PIC16F18877 Evaluation board offers seamless integration with our software tool chain, including the MPLAB Xpress cloud-based IDE. MPLAB Xpress is an online development environment that contains the most popular features of our award-winning MPLAB X IDE. This simplified & distilled application is a faithful reproduction of our desktop-based program, which allows users to easily transition between the two environments.

Drag-and-Drop Programming


Programming the MPLAB Xpress PIC16F18877 Evaluation Board is quick and easy. We’ve integrated a unique drag-and-drop programmer for compatibility with almost any USB-connected PC, laptop, or tablet. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation board connects to your PC as a USB Flash drive, so no drivers are needed. Programming of the target device is completed in microseconds, with no waiting.

MPLAB® Xpress PIC18F46K42 Evaluation Board

Part Number: DM182026

$3 Off - Use Coupon Code : EOY2018DT        Expires : 31-Dec-2018

Development with the PIC18F K42 product family has never been easier! This Xpress board grants full access to a family of MCUs with a rich set of core independent peripherals, large Flash/RAM/EEPROM memories and a host of low power features that easily and rapidly enable a complex set of functions required by many of today's embedded control applications.

Xpress Your Creativity

Brilliant ideas are fleeting. As soon as they are recognized, they must be captured quickly, and made real with the highest possible urgency. In embedded design, the creative process is often blunted by the massive array of choices required to simply begin the development cycle. The tasks of selecting a target MCU, finding the appropriate tool chain, and setting everything up on your PC can keep your best ideas from becoming great products. The MPLAB Xpress PIC18F46K42 Evaluation Board (DM182026) was designed with a single objective – to help your ideas take the shortest journey from imagination to reality.

Crafted for Cloud-Based Development


The MPLAB Xpress PIC18F46K42 Evaluation board offers seamless integration with our software tool chain, including the MPLAB Xpress cloud-based IDE. MPLAB Xpress is an online development environment that contains the most popular features of our award-winning MPLAB X IDE. This simplified & distilled application is a faithful reproduction of our desktop-based program, which allows users to easily transition between the two environments.

Code examples click here


Drag-and-Drop Programming


Programming the MPLAB Xpress PIC18F46K42 Evaluation Board is quick and easy. We’ve integrated a unique drag-and-drop programmer for compatibility with almost any USB-connected PC, laptop, or tablet. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation board connects to your PC as a USB Flash drive, so no drivers are needed. Programming of the target device is completed in microseconds, with no waiting.

The cornerstone of this Xpress board is the PIC18F47K40. As a member of the "K40" family of MCUs, this device is well suited for a broad range of applications and market segments including touch sensing, industrial control, consumer, automotive and Internet of Things (IoT).

Xpress Your Creativity

Brilliant ideas are fleeting. As soon as they are recognized, they must be captured quickly, and made real with the highest possible urgency. In embedded design, the creative process is often blunted by the massive array of choices required to simply begin the development cycle. The tasks of selecting a target MCU, finding the appropriate tool chain, and setting everything up on your PC can keep your best ideas from becoming great products. The MPLAB Xpress PIC18F47K40 Evaluation Board (DM182027) was designed with a single objective – to help your ideas take the shortest journey from imagination to reality.

Crafted for Cloud-Based Development


The MPLAB Xpress PIC18F47K40 Evaluation board offers seamless integration with our software tool chain, including the MPLAB Xpress cloud-based IDE. MPLAB Xpress is an online development environment that contains the most popular features of our award-winning MPLAB X IDE. This simplified & distilled application is a faithful reproduction of our desktop-based program, which allows users to easily transition between the two environments.

Drag-and-Drop Programming


Programming the MPLAB Xpress PIC18F47K40 Evaluation Board is quick and easy. We’ve integrated a unique drag-and-drop programmer for compatibility with almost any USB-connected PC, laptop, or tablet. The MPLAB Xpress Evaluation board connects to your PC as a USB Flash drive, so no drivers are needed. Programming of the target device is completed in microseconds, with no waiting.

With full program and debug capabilities, the PIC16F18446 Curiosity Nano evaluation kit offers complete support for your next design. 

With the award-winning MPLAB X integrated development platform and MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC), the kit provides access to the Intelligent analog and Core Independent Peripherals on the PIC16F18446.  MCC is a free, graphical programming tool to configure the  rich set of  peripherals and functions specific for your application.  

PIC16F19197 PIM

Part Number: MA160019

The PIC16F19197 Plug-In Module allows for easy development of LCD applications. The module can be used with the LCD Explorer LCD Development Board (DM240314).

PIC18 Explorer Board

Part Number: DM183032

No Longer Available
This low-cost demo board is for evaluation of our PIC18 MCU families. The PIC18 is our highest performance 8-bit architecture and has three different families: standard PIC18, PIC18 J-series and PIC18 K-series. This single development board supports dozens of the general purpose PIC18 families using various processor Plug-In Modules (PIMs). PICtail daughter boards enable many different accessory boards to connect to the PIC18 Explorer board for a flexible and complete development environment. This board is the ideal complement to the MPLAB® PICkit 3 or ICD 3 debugger and programmer for a full-featured, economical, PIC18 development environment.

Newer version development tools are available now. Please consider Explorer 8 Development Board (DM160228) for new designs

Consisting of a PIC18 PoE Main Board, PoE Programmer Adapter, and I/O Starter Extension – the PIC18 PoE Development Kit provides everything you need to begin developing within the Ethernet of Everything (EoE) environment. Customization and experimentation are simplified via an extension header that is mikroBUS compatible on the PIC18 PoE Main Board allowing for various sensors, controllers, & drivers to be easily incorporated into your application.


Go to www.microchip.com/EoE for the most current user's guide and collateral.

The PoE Main Board is the foundation of the Ethernet of Everything ecosystem within an industry standard PoE infrastructure. With up to 48W power delivery and accessory extensions via an extension header that is mikroBUS compatible, this platform is both a development tool and reference design for quickly creating “things” within an IoT environment.

 

Go to www.microchip.com/EoE for the most current user's guide and collateral.

PIC18F26K83 Plug-In Module (PIM)
Processor Plug-In Modules are small circuit boards to be used with the various Microchip Development Boards to evaluate various MCU families. These plug into the main processor socket of the Development Boards so that different microcontrollers can be used for prototyping, demonstration or development --quickly and easily.

This processor PIM includes a 28-pin PIC18F26K83 MCU sample. The PIM plugs into Automotive Networking Development Board (ADM00716).

This PIM can be used to evaluate the following MCUs:
PIC18F26K83
PIC18F25K83

PIC18F4XK22 Development Board

Part Number: DM164134

No Longer Available
The PIC18F4XK22 Development Board is a demonstration and development platform for Microchip’s new PIC18F4X/2XK22 series high performance 8-bit microcontrollers. The board provides a platform to highlight this family’s eXtreme Low Power benchmark for lower power consumption and high-performance operation. . It includes the development board, programming lessons, and demos.

The board is suitable for prototyping many low power applications including RF, temperature sensors, electronic door locks, LCD , remote controls, security sensors, smart cards. The PICtail™ interface supports Microchip’s extensive line of daughter cards for easy evaluation of your next low power application.
This low cost board is the ideal complement to the MPLAB® PICkit 3 or ICD 3 debugger and programmer realizing a fully-featured, economical, PIC18 architecture development environment.

Newer version development tools are available now. Please consider Explorer 8 Development Board (DM160228) for new designs

PIC18F67K40 PIM

Part Number: MA180036

The PIC18F67K40 Plug-in Module is an accessory to the Explorer 8 Development Kit to be used for prototyping, demonstration or development --quickly and easily.

Click here for MPLAB Xpress example code. 

The PICDEM FS USB Demonstration Kit is designed as an easy-to-use evaluation platform for Microchips PIC18F2x/4xK50 family of USB MCUs. These devices support full-speed USB communication without the need for an external crystal, which allows significant cost savings and reduced design effort. The demo kit provides all of the hardware needed to demonstrate and develop a complete USB communication solution. Additional software is available for free at Microchips Libraries for Applications.
The PICDEM LCD 2 Demonstration Board (DM163030) shows the main features of Microchip’s 28, 40, 64 and 80-pin LCD Flash PIC microcontrollers including the LCD voltage booster and contrast controller. It is populated with the PIC18F87J90. Other devices are supported via a transition socket and are available separately. A sample LCD glass display is included for custom prototyping. The glass features 7-segment displays, wipers, thermometers, star bursts, and other common icons.

The PoE Programmer Adapter is used for application development and only connects the PICkit3/ICD3/Real ICE 3 when it is electrically safe. By mounting the PIC18 PoE Main Board to the programmer, new code can easily be loaded to the PIC18 PoE Main Board without risk of damaging the application. This also allows the PIC18 PoE Main Board to run on a non-PoE network.

 

Go to www.microchip.com/EoE for the most current user's guide and collateral.

The Secure AVR® BLE IoT Node incorporates an ATtiny1617 microcontroller, a fully-certified RN4871 Bluetooth® 4.2 Low Energy module, an ATECC508A CryptoAuthentication device and a 3-axis accelerometer with temperature sensor to demonstrate a complete solution for a typical IoT end node. The board is powered by USB or CR2032 coin cell via a jumper.

It is supported by Atmel START and Atmel Studio Integrated Development Platform (IDE) and comes with full documentation for the  software and hardware to significantly reduce design complexity and the time-to-market.

The application is available on both iOS® and Android™ operating systems. The iOS application, called AVR BLE Node, can be downloaded from the App Store. The Android application, called Secured AVR BLE IoT Node, can be downloaded from Google Play.

In addition to the driver libraries, there are a number of demonstration projects available to provide examples of common usage of sensor systems, and accelerate your initial development.

Demonstration projects illustrate how to bring together the sensor API, libraries, board support modules, ASF drivers, and configuration constants to build standalone applications. The following provide examples of available projects, the compete list of available projects is available through the AVR Studio.

The Windows PC Data Visualizer application provides a graphical, real-time display of data sent from a microcontroller board via a USB connection. The ADV tool uses special configuration data sent from the target system to define multiple data streams, each with an oscilloscope-like display of data values. The captured data may also be saved to a standard comma-separated-value file for export and subsequent analysis.

The Data Visualizer (ADV) application is available for download below. Additional information is available in the Application Note, AVR4017: Data Visualizer Application.

For more information on Sensors Xplained Software Support, click here.

The Single Channel LED Driver Extension is an accessory that connects to the PIC18 PoE Main Board. This accessory provides LED Drive via Microchip’s HV9861A and is dimmable to 0 to 100%. Comes configured for 12W LED array and by adjusting sense resistor and inductor can run an LED from 10W up to 45W. 

Go to www.microchip.com/EoE for the most current user's guide and collateral.

The XMEGA A1U Xplained Pro evaluation kit is ideal for evaluation and prototyping with the ATxmega128A1U microcontroller. Extension boards to the XMEGA A1U Xplained Pro can be purchased individually.

The ATXMEGAA1U-XPRO evaluation kit does not include extension boards.

For compatible Xplained Pro extension board please see the Related Tools tab.

The XMEGA-A1 Xplained evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATxmega128A1 microcontroller. The kit offers a range of features that enable the AVR XMEGA user to get started using AVR XMEGA peripherals right away and understand how to integrate the AVR XMEGA device in their own design.

NOTE: The XMEGA-A1 Xplained can be used to evaluate the XMEGA A1/A3/A4 and A1U/A3U/A4U devices. The devices shares the same peripherals, but the A1, A3 and A4 devices has different pin count and hence different number of each peripherals. The difference betweenA and AU devices is that AU features a USB Full-speed Device module. This USB module can be evaluated using STK600 or the XMEGA-A3BU Xplained.

The AVR Xplained kits are great platforms for early evaluation of the capabilities offered by the AVR microcontrollers. The XMEGA-A3BU Xplained contain one QTouch button sensor, three mechanical buttons, two LEDs, 3 analog sensors, a USB port, battery backup system and a 128x32 pixel FSTN LCD display.

The AVR Xplained expansion headers provide easy access to analog and digital I/O pins. The board is powered by the USB cable and equipped with the standard 10-pin JTAG header that connects to the full range of AVR debuggers.

NOTE: The XMEGA-A3BU Xplained can be used to evaluate the XMEGA A1/A3/A4 and A1U/A3U/A4U devices. The devices shares the same peripherals, but the A1, A3 and A4 devices has different pin count and hence different number of each peripherals. The A3BU devices featuresBattery Back-up for the RTC peripheral, which the other devices does not. The XMEGA A1 devices features an External Bus Interface (EBI)which the A3BU devices does not. To evaluate the EBI it is recommended to use the XMEGA-A1 Xplained.

XMEGA-B1 Xplained

Part Number: ATXMEGAB1-XPLD

Mature Product
The XMEGA-B1 Xplained evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATxmega128B1 microcontroller. The kit offers a range of features that enable the AVR XMEGA user to get started using AVR XMEGA peripherals right away and understand how to integrate the AVR XMEGA device in their own design.
The XMEGA-C3 Xplained evaluation kit is a hardware platform for evaluating the ATxmega384C3 microcontroller. The kit offers a range of features that enable the AVR® XMEGA® user to get started using AVR XMEGA peripherals right away and understand how to integrate the AVR XMEGA device in their own design.
The AVR XMEGA-E5 Xplained evaluation kit is a hardware platform to evaluate the ATxmega32E5 microcontroller. The kit offers a larger range of features that enables the AVR XMEGA user to get started using XMEGA peripherals right away and understand how to integrate the XMEGA device in their own design.