Development board for small PICs, with programming lessons includedDesigned by Gooligum Electronics in Australia
What is it? This training board is specially designed to complement the Gooligum baseline, mid-range and enhanced mid-range PIC assembler and C programming tutorials. It is also an excellent stand-...Read More…
This training board is specially designed to complement the Gooligum baseline, mid-range and enhanced mid-range PIC assembler and C programming tutorials.
It is also an excellent stand-alone general development board with support for all small (6 - 14 pin) PICs and all signals conveniently brought out to a pin header next to a solderless breadboard.
The optional motor control kit consists of additional components, including a small brushed DC motor, MOSFETs and quad half-H driver IC, for use with the PWM lesson motor-control examples.
The lessons start with blinking LEDs (of course), but go on to cover timers, interrupts, analog inputs, pulse-width modulation and more.
The step up making with simplified platforms, such as Arduino, to working directly with microcontrollers, can be a daunting one. I wanted to help make that transition easier (small PICs aren't complicated), while proving a solid foundation to build on.
The Gooligum PIC tutorials, and the training board I designed to support them, start as simply as possible. It's easy to get started, but remains useful as a general development and prototyping board. When you've finished the lessons, take the PICs that come with the board and go build something!
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