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16-bit PIC® MCUs

The Easy24-33 v6 Development System by MikroElektronika is a general purpose development system for low pin count PIC24 MCUs and dsPIC DSCs. It accepts over 60 microcontrollers in DIP packages from 14 to 28 pins, and has several useful peripherals on-board. Also supports optional ZigBee transceiver (not included). You can prototype many applications quickly with this versatile tool.

Microstick Plus Development Board

Part Number: TCAD001

No Longer Available
Do you ever wish you could use your Microstick with an out-of-box, ready-to-use ‘breadboard’? Your wish is our command with the Microstick Plus, a cost-effective hardware and software expansion board for Microstick development boards.

If you own the original Microstick (DM330013) or the Microstick II (DM330013-2), you know they provide designers with an easy-to-use, economic development environment for Microchip’s 16- and 32-bit MCUs and DSCs. But, as they are designed for use with a breadboard, they contain only one test LED. With the Microstick Plus, however, you have a collection of 11 ready-to-use peripheral devices: LEDs, buttons, piezo buzzer, potentiometer, analog temperature sensor, capacitive PCB button, clock crystal, reference voltage generator, USB-UART converter, CAN-BUS driver and I/O expander for MCP2200 USB-UART converter.

This little board is the perfect solution for those looking to develop and program quickly on a low-cost, easy-to-use development platform.

SW500221 - Proteus VSM RTC Edition (16-Bit)

Part Number: SW500221

No Longer Available
Proteus VSM for RTC 16-Bit Bundle contains everything you need to develop, simulate and test your embedded system designs based around selected Microchip microcontrollers. Each purchase includes a professional copy of the ISIS schematic capture package, the VSM simulation engine, a full set of virtual instruments, and thousands of embedded peripheral models. The software integrates easily with the MPLABX IDE, acting as virtual hardware during debugging and provides you with the ability to simulate the execution of your firmware without the need for a physical prototype.