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StartUSB for PIC - MikroElektronika Microchip PIC18F2550 Dev Board

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  • StartUSB for PIC - MikroElektronika Microchip PIC18F2550 Dev Board

    With StartUSB for PIC Board you can build lots of USB devices, and have fun along the way. Build your home-made USB flash stick, USB datalogger, or even USB MP3 player. Just place your additional components on the prototyping areas, and it easily becomes a complete device. It can be used as a final product, as a standalone device. Board features PIC18F2550 device with USB 2.0 support. On-board miniUSB connector, oscillator and reset circuits, as well as power indicator, LED provide all you need for quick start. All MCU pins are availabe through connection pads.

    Programming. Board comes preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader which eliminates the need for external programmers. Unless you need to use In-Circuit debugger, this is the best solution for fast and easy downloading of your new .HEX into the MCU. For more information on how to use the mikroBootloader application, please consult How To Use Booloader manual. You can also program/debug your code using mikroProg for PIC, dsPIC and PIC32 via on-board connector.


    Applications This board can become anything: your USB communication board, your home-made USB flash stick, USB datalogger, or even USB MP3 player
    Architecture PIC (8-bit)
    MCU PIC18F2550
    MCU speed 12MIPS, 48MHz
    MCU Memory 32KB of Flash, 2KB of RAM
    Programming Preprogrammed with USB HID Bootloader. Also features mikroProg for PIC, dsPIC and PIC32 connector.
    Key Benefits Two additional prototyping areas can be used to place additional components making the board a fully functional final device.
    Input Voltage 5V (via USB)


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