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PIC18F26J50 dev-board for Flowcode4 graphical programming language

Posted on Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 in dev boards by DP

Element14 and Microchip released a evaluation kit for the PIC18F26j50 microcontroller with USB. It’s designed to be programmed using Flowcode4, a graphical programming language.

element14 and Microchip together presents PIC18 MCU based the PIC18F26J50 EVK  Flowcode Development Kit, it’s a development and demonstration kit designed to provide developers a hands-on approach to learn Flowcode 4 (Graphical Programming Languages) more easily. The kit is based on PIC18F26J50  microcontroller, and integrates temperature sensor, capacitor touch sensor and potentiometer to help developers verify their programs designed by Flowcode 4.

What do you think of graphical programming languages?

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5 Responses to “PIC18F26J50 dev-board for Flowcode4 graphical programming language”

  1. Bill T says:


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  2. arhi says:

    That’s one seriously limited dev board :(

  3. msr says:

    I think Microchip has one more bad designed PCB on their portfolio =) Like arhi said, very limited for the price (41,31€)

  4. arhi says:

    If they sell this board for the price of that PIC then it would make sense, but 40EUR ?!?!?!? What kind of shrooms they ate when they designed that project ..

  5. graphical programming always bothered me when I thought of more complicated programs that can’t easily be made without normal programming.

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