DM164130-1 - 

Evaluation Kit, XLP, LCD, Temperature Sensor, Potentiometer

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PIC12F1xxx, PIC16F1xxx
F1 Evaluation Platform, Platform & Demonstration Guide
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Product Overview

The DM164130-1 is a F1 evaluation platform demonstration/development tool for enhanced mid range PIC microcontrollers (PIC12F1xxx/PIC16F1xxx) and demonstrates the capabilities & low power enhancements of these new PIC microcontrollers. This provides a platform for general purpose development and gives you the ability to develop code for any PIC12F1xxx/PIC16F1xxx microcontroller. Quick & easy development is ensured with the integrated functionality including prototyping area, LCD control, system current monitoring, temperature sensing, Real Time Clock, LED drive, button control, and BLDC motor control.
  • 44 pin development board with prototyping area
  • Populated with a PIC16LF1937 featuring nanoWatt XLP technology
  • 3Volt, 40 segment multimeter LCD glass
  • 32KHz low power crystal
  • In circuit serial programming interface for PICkit3
  • PICkit serial interface
  • Expansion header for the F1 BLDC motor add on
  • MCP9800 temperature sensor
  • Current monitoring connector to measure low power XLP capabilities


Embedded Design & Development, Power Management, Motor Drive & Control


F1 Evaluation Platform, Platform & Demonstration Guide, Source code for included demonstrations, Board schematics

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