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A PIC32 board, providing PIC32 pins in a DIP format, simplifying the development.
This new board from
- PIC32MX440F256H 64pin processor
- 4 LEDs
- 2 programmable switches
- an 8MHz crystal
- a 32.768kHz crystal for the RTCC
- a 3.3V regulator powered by an external battery or the USB
- a microB USB connector and access to all of the PIC32's I/O pins.
This DIP is 0.8inches wide and has 52 pins for easy mount to a protoboard. Programming can be through a ICSP connection (using a 0.05 in spacing connector on the board or your own interface on your protoboard through the pins) or via a boot loader through the USB like the StickOS
It costs 35USD + shipping fees. You can order it on thepages.