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DM240001 - 

Development Board, PIC24FJ128GA010/DSPIC33FJ256GP710 MCU PIMs, Explorer 16, 16x2 LCD

DM240001 - Development Board, PIC24FJ128GA010/DSPIC33FJ256GP710 MCU PIMs, Explorer 16, 16x2 LCD

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Manufacturer:
MICROCHIP MICROCHIP
Manufacturer Part No:
DM240001
Newark Part No.:
04M6008
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Product Overview

The DM240001 is a low cost, efficient Explorer 16 development board to evaluate the features and performance of new PIC24 Microcontroller, the dsPIC33 Digital Signal Controller(DSC) families, and the new 32bit PIC32MX devices. Coupled with the MPLAB ICD 2 In Circuit Debugger or MPLAB REAL ICE, real time emulation and debug facilities speed evaluation and prototyping of application circuitry. The Explorer 16 100pin features two interchangeable Plug In Modules (PIMs), one each for the PIC24FJ128GA010 and the dsPIC33FJ256GP710 DSC. The Explorer 16 board has been designed to accommodate both permanently mounted (i.e., soldered on) and detachable PIM processors. Slider switch, S2, allows the user to choose which processor to use. This makes it possible for the Explorer 16 board to support most 3V, 16bit, pin compatible microcontrollers with appropriate PIMs. And PIMs are visually indexed for proper installation.
  • 100 pin PIM riser, compatible with the PIM versions of all PIC24F/24H/dsPIC33F devices
  • Direct 9VDC power input that provides +3.3V and +5V (regulated) to the entire board
  • Interfaces to MPLAB ICD 2, MPLAB REAL ICE, USB, and RS232
  • USB connectivity for communications and device programming/debugging
  • Prototype area for developing custom applications
  • Socket and edge connector for PICtail Plus card compatibility
  • Six pin interface for PICkit 2 programmer
  • JTAG connector pad for optional boundary scan functionality
  • Standard 6 wire In-Circuit Debugger (ICD) connector for connections to an MPLAB ICD 2 programmer
  • 74HCT4053 multiplexers for selectable crossover configuration on serial communication lines

Applications

Embedded Design & Development, Wireless, Motor Drive & Control, Lighting, Automation & Process Control, Audio, Power Management, Sensing & Instrumentation, System Monitoring, Security

Contents

Explorer 16 Development Board, Pre-programmed PIC24FJ128GA010 PIM installed to the board, Pre-programmed dsPIC33FJ256GP710 PIM, RS232 cable, Explorer 16 Development CD ROM

Footnotes

The Explorer 16 kit does not include a power supply. If an external supply is needed, use part number AC162039

Warnings

Do not attempt to power the Explorer 16 board using the MPLAB ICD 2 module. It is not designed to be a USB bus power source.

Product Information

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Microchip
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8bit
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PIC24FJxxGAxxx, dsPIC33FJxxGPxxx
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PIC, dsPIC
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PIC24, dsPIC33
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PIC24F
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Board, 2x PIM Cards
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Looking for PSU

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Looking for PSU for development board (part number DM240001).
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Suggested part number for PSU for this development board is AC002014 from Microchip.
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Can you suggest emulator suitable for Explorer 16 board (part number DM240001)
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Explorer 16 development board uses MPLAB ICE 2000 and MPLAB ICE 4000 Emulators.
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Can you suggest programmer suitable for Explorer 16 board (part number DM240001)
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Explorer 16 development board uses:
MPLAB PM3 and PRO MATE II device programmers
PICSTART Plus and PICkit 1 development programmers
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Can you suggest which In-Circuit debugger is suitable for Explorer 16 board (part number DM240001)
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Explorer 16 development board uses MPLAB ICD 2 programmer/debugger module.
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Can you suggest the ethernet PICtail Plus daughter board compatible with explorer 16 board (part number DM240001)
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Suggested part number of ethernet PICtail daughter board compatible with explorer 16 board is AC164132 from MICROCHIP.
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Can you suggest a Wi-Fi PICtail/PICtail plus compatible with explorer 16 board (part number DM240001)
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Suggested part number of Wi-Fi Wi-Fi PICtail/PICtail plus daughter board compatible with explorer 16 board is AC164136-4 from Microchip. You can also use AC164149 daughter board for evaluating Wi-Fi connectivity using PIC microcontrollers.
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