Posted on Saturday, August 24th, 2013 in Bus Pirate, dev boards, DIY by the machinegeek
The MC HCK is an entirely open source dev board based on the Freescale MK20DX32VLF5 which supports USB for easy programming. It features 8KB RAM, 32KB program flash + 32KB data flash. ““MC” is short for microcontroller, and “HCK” stands for “hacking”, “hackers”, “hackspaces”, but shorter, smaller. Like the MC HCK board itself.”
Its developers claim you can build it yourself for $5. You can check out their project repository to get the latest source and KiCad design files.
We note that the board is even Bus Pirate compatible as explained in Ben Gamari’s blog.
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