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- Order number: MIKROE-1189
- Manufacturer product ID: MIKROE-1189
mikromedia workStation v7
mikromedia workStation v7 provides full development environment for mikromedia boards ver. 1.05 and above. It features on-board debugger, multimedia modules, four mikroBUS host sockets and a large breadboard area. Abstract pin names irrelevant of target mikromedia will bring you enormous flexibility and portability of your code for to supported architecture.
PICFlash™ with mikroICD™
mikroProg™ is a fast USB 2.0 programmer with mikroICD™ hardware In-Circuit Debugger. Smart engineering allows mikroProg™ to support all mikromedia boards with Microchip® microcontrollers. Outstanding performance and easy operation are among it’s top features.
The mikroICD™ debugger enables you to execute your program on the host microcontroller and view variable values, Special Function Registers (SFR), RAM, CODE and EEPROM memory along with the code execution on hardware. Whether you are a beginner, or a professional, this powerful tool with convenient set of commands will enable you to track down bugs quickly. mikroICD™ is one of the fastest, and most reliable debugging tools on the market.
Write UART applications for laptops too. We provided two USB-UART modules.
3.3V power supply makes sure that each module works correctly.
mikromedia boards are plugged into the board via specialized header sockets.
Four mikroBUS™ connectors enable you to use many additional boards.
We provided 5-button joystick so you can easier handle the on-screen menus.
mikromedia socket is rich in silkscreen markings which facilitate connections.
Audio amplifiers and speakers are provided for left and right audio channel.
Large breadboard is available for placing additional components.
- Damage resistant protective box
- mikromedia workStation v7 board in antistatic bag
- USB cable and Wire Jumpers
- User Manual and Board Schematic
|Applications||Developing and testing firmware, creating prototypes, learning embedded programming|
|Architecture||dsPIC/PIC24 (16-bit),PIC32 (32-bit),AVR (8-bit),ARM (32-bit),PIC (8-bit)|
|On-board modules||Sockets for LM35 and DS1820 temperature sensors, ADC inputs, joystick, large breadboard|
|Programming||On-board mikroProg for PIC, dsPIC and PIC32. ICD2/ICD3 connector available for connecting external programmer|
|Sound and Audio||Audio amplifier with two speakers, Piezo buzzer|
|Expandability||4 x mikroBUS sockets, 3 x IDC10 headers for each PORT|
|Input Voltage||5V (via USB) or 9-32V AC, 7-23V DC (via adapter)|