Microchip Explorer 16/32 Development Board DM240001-2

  • RS Stock No. 125-3449
  • Mfr. Part No. DM240001-2
  • Manufacturer Microchip
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Explorer 16/32 Development Board and Kit

The Microchip Explorer 16/32 Development Board is a versatile full-featured prototyping platform for 16-bit and 32-bit PIC microcontrollers and dsPIC digital signal controllers.
With the Explorer 16/32, MCUs and DSCs can be easily interchanged through the use of the Plug-In Modules (PIMs). The kit ships with a 16-bit PIC24FJ1024GB610 PIM; other PIMs that feature other device families are readily available.
Adding different functionalities and technologies to the Explorer 16/32 is simple. The board can be tailored with the addition of PICtail Plus Daughter boards, MikroElektronika Click Boards and Digilent Pmod™ Boards. In addition, there are expansion headers which can be customised as needed.
Microchip’s free to download MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is fully compatible with the Explorer 16/32. Included within MPLAB X is the MPLAB Code Configurator, a graphical programming environment that streamlines generation of C code to mouse clicks.

DM240001-2 Explorer 16/32 Development Board (RS 125-3449)

• 100-pin PIM socket supports a wide variety of 16-bit and 32-bit PIC MCUs and dsPIC DSCs
• 2 x mikroBUS sockets for MikroElektronika Click expansion boards
• 2 x 12-pin interfaces for Digilent Pmod™ expansion boards
• PICtail Plus expansion connectors
• Interfaces to PICkit 3, ICD 3/4 and MPLAB REAL ICE In-Circuit Emulator
• PICkit-On-Board (PKOB) integrated USB programmer/debugger
• RJ11 ICSP™ programming/debug interface connector
• 6-pin interface for PICkit programmer
• 16 character x 2 line LCD display module with TSB1G7000-E 4/8-bit parallel interface
• 8 x User LEDs
• 4 x User pushbuttons
• MCLR reset pushbutton
• System Power pushbutton
• 10kΩ potentiometer for user analogue input
• TC1047A analogue output temperature sensor chip
• MCP2221A USB-UART Bridge chip
• 25LC256 serial SPI EEPROM
• microUSB connector for PKOB
• USB-A connector for embedded Host applications
• USB-C connector for embedded Host/Device applications
• Barrel jack socket for +8 to +15Vdc power supply
• Board may also be powered from any of the USB connectors

DM240001-3 Explorer 16/32 Development Kit (RS 124-0946)

• DM240001-2 Explorer 16/32 Development Board
• PIC24FJ1024GB610 PIM (MA240023)
• USB-A to micro-B USB cable
• USB-A to USB-C cable

Attribute Value
Classification Development Board
Kit Name Explorer 16/32
Device Core PIC16/32
Processor Family Name PIC24/PIC32/dsPIC
Processor Type MCU
Temporarily out of stock - back order for despatch 06/02/2020, delivery within 5 working days from desptach date
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