Mini breakout board for 18-pin PIC16F series microcontrollers

Posted on Thursday, February 21st, 2013 in dev boards, PIC by DP


Embedded Lab designed a mini breakout board for 18-pin PIC16F series microcontroller:

This mini breakout board is designed to simplify prototyping and experimentation work with the popular 18-pin PIC16F series microcontrollers. It is small in size (1.95″ X 0.75″) and is breadboard friendly.

This entry was posted on Thursday, February 21st, 2013 at 7:00 pm and is filed under dev boards, PIC. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

3 Responses to “Mini breakout board for 18-pin PIC16F series microcontrollers”

  1. have had those for 8 pin to 28 pin PICs for years.
    I use them in my books all the time.

    • Sleepwalker3 says:

      Nearly twice the price though

      • CHIPAXE is fully assembled and includes the PIC microcontroller. So that accounts for the price difference.
        Also I like the fact CHIPAXE has the pin names on the silk screen so its easier to find the right pin without having to look at a data sheet.
        It’s an even better deal if you buy the set of four so you’ve got 8 pin to 28 pin covered.

        These are all great modules and make breadboard development so much easier, I just like to see the originators get a little credit as well.

Leave a Reply

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.

Recent Comments

  • Nathan Johnson: 100 channels. Not many are legal in any given area. Be sure to comply with local laws.
  • William Brodie-Tyrrell: It's getting to the point where it's cheaper and definitely easier to use a Pi Zero or similar and a $20 3G USB dongle. Power...
  • KH: IIRC most of the actual operating system of modern HDDs is in one of the platter(s); the stuff on the 25VF010 is a bootup firmware......
  • Trev: I don't know of any inexpensive 3G modules (prices start around $US 50), but it does explain why 2G modules are relatively inexpensive by comparison....
  • Zonie: This site Rocks!