Security is quickly becoming a standard requirement for designers of Internet of Things (IoT), automotive, medical, consumer, wireless and commercial systems. Protecting embedded data is a necessity in today’s world. PIC24 microcontrollers (MCUs) offer an integrated hardware crypto engine that features a high-quality Random Number Generator (RNG), One-time Programmable (OTP) key and advanced security featuring secure RAM with external box-open tamper detection capability.
The latest PIC24 MCUs and dsPIC33 Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs) also feature CodeGuard™ Flash Security to help implement protection to safeguard your program memory content. A few of the new families also include Flash OTP by ICSP™ Write Inhibit feature that allows the Flash to be configured as One-Time Programmable (OTP) memory with the ability to write and read protect the Flash memory. The Flash OTP, CodeGuard security, Unique Device Identifier (UDID) and User OTP features, when used together with our CryptoAuthentication™ devices and CryptoAutomotive™ devices, help you easily and securely connect your application to the cloud and implement robust security. The CryptoAuthLib™ Library and Bootloader Library, which are supported in MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC), eliminate the complexities of developing secure boot, secure firmware upgrades, authentication and secure communication applications.
Learn how MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC) enables adding bootloader in just a few simple steps to your applications based on PIC24 MCUs and dsPIC33 DSCs and helps reduce your design time, future proof your products and reduce your risks.
The PIC24F ‘GU/GL’ family of eXtreme Low Power (XLP) microcontrollers (MCUs) enables the development of an array of innovative applications, both with and without displays. Packed with many Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) that can function in power-saving modes, these MCUs offer ultra-low-power operation for battery-powered and power-conscious IoT designs.
motorBench® Development Suite is a software development tool for Field Oriented Control (FOC) based motor control applications. This tutorial shows you how to go from installation to code generation within minutes.
Learn how the dsPIC33 Digital Signal Controller which includes a powerful DSP Core, high-speed ADCs, high resolution PWMs, provides a high level of programmability, enables standards based wireless charging solutions. The dsPIC33 based 15W transmitter complies with the Qi standard, and supports CAN, NFC and authentication. The 200W Transmitter/Receiver solution developed with a custom controller is targeted for applications such as power tools, industrial robots etc., provides greater than 90% efficiency and includes an advanced foreign object detection scheme.
This video will introduce you to Microchip’s refrigerator compressor
reference design that will help you to rapidly prototype and develop a
cost-effective and innovative design using a dsPIC33 Digital Signal
To learn more, visit: http://www.microchip.com/refrigerator
This video will demonstrate how motorBench development suite and the dsPIC33 DSCs simplify spinning a BLDC or PMSM motor.
Learn more about motorBench® Development Suite
This video explains a 100-200W inductive wireless power
transmitter/receiver solution. The solution operates in the input
voltage range of 8-24V DC. This highly efficient solution with an
in-band communication scheme and advanced foreign object detection is
implemented effectively with Microchip’s high-performance digital
For more information, please visit: http://www.microchip.com/wireless-power
Microchip's dsPIC33 DSCs enable the design of high-performance, precision motor control systems that are more energy efficient, quieter in operation, have a great range and extended life. See how they can be used to control brushless DC, permanent magnet synchronous, AC induction and stepper motors.
This video introduces Microchip’s latest dsPIC33C family of DSCs
offering single core and dual core variants for time-critical control
and high-performance embedded applications.
For more information, please visit: http://www.microchip.com/dsPIC33C-DSCs
Microchip technology provides an extensive product portfolio of 8, 16 and 32-bit Microcontrollers and Digital Signal Controllers to help our customers select the device which best suits the needs of their application. Developers may be faced with the need to expand or even downsize their application to add, optimize or otherwise modify the design. In this video, some key considerations are discussed when migrating between Microchip’s 8-bit and 16-bit Microcontroller and Digital Signal Controller product portfolio.
This video provides an overview of the PIC-IoT WG Development board. The
PIC-IoT WG board was designed to be extremely easy to use, secure and
low power. With this device, you will be able to connect your IoT node
to the internet in 30 seconds or less.
Link to the free MPLAB X IDE: https://www.microchip.com/mplab/mplab-x-ide
This video is a quick introduction to the high-performance dual-core and
peripheral of the dsPIC33CH family of DSCs. Learn how to take
advantages of the new features of the dsPIC33CH family of DSCs, in your
next real-time embedded system development.
This video will demonstrate the basic setup of MPLAB® Code Configurator for a dual-core dsPIC DSCs.
Link to demo code and user guide:
This video will introduce you to the PIC32MM LED Flashlight demonstration board, the PIC32MM family of MCUs and its ecosystem.
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Ever wish you had a microcontroller with an extra core to handle your complex application? Watch how our new dsPIC33CH dual core family operates two cores independently of each other making them ideal for your high-end embedded control system.
This video will demonstrate the basic setup of CAN peripherals available
on PIC24 MCUs and dsPIC33 DSCs using MPLAB® Code configurator.
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