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DM164120-1

Development Board, Low Pin Count Demonstration Board, DM163015, PICDEM CAN-LIN3, PIC18F

MICROCHIP DM164120-1
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Manufacturer:
MICROCHIP MICROCHIP
Manufacturer Part No:
DM164120-1
Newark Part No.:
69K0012
Technical Datasheet:
DM164120-1   Datasheet
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Product Overview

The DM164120-1 is a small demo board with a PIC16F690 on board and a small prototype area. Use it with a PICkit 2 to program your code via the 6 pin ICSP header on the board. The low pin count demo board works with the PICkit 2 microcontroller programmer to help the user get up to speed quickly using PICmicro microcontrollers. The low pin count demo board comes preprogrammed with a demonstration program. To use this program, connect the PICkit 2 Starter Kit to the PC's USB port using the USB cable. Start the PICkit 2 microcontroller programmer application and check the target power box. The demo program will blink the four red lights in succession. Press the Push Button Switch, labeled SW1, and the sequence of the lights will reverse. rotate the potentiometer, labeled RP1, and the light sequence will blink at a different rate.
  • Supports for 8 pin DIP flash devices
  • Supports for 14 pin DIP flash devices
  • Supports for 20 pin DIP flash devices

Applications

Embedded Design & Development

Contents

Two bare PCB boards, Samples of PIC12F617, PIC16F1823, and PIC18F14K22.

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