Rapid development board for PIC12F series microcontrollers

Posted on Friday, November 29th, 2013 in dev boards, PIC by DP


Here’s Embedded Lab’s new development board for PIC12F series microcontrollers:

The 12F series of PIC microcontrollers are handy little 8-pin devices designed for small embedded applications that do not require too many I/O resources, and where small size is advantageous. These applications include a wide range of everyday products such as hair dryers, electric toothbrushes, rice cookers, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, and blenders. Despite their small size, the PIC12F series microcontrollers offer many advanced features including wide operating voltage, internal programmable oscillator, 4 channels of 10-bit ADC, on-board EEPROM memory, on-chip voltage reference, multiple communication peripherals (UART, SPI, and I2C), PWM, and more. Today we are introducing a new development board (rapidPIC-08 V1.0) for easy and rapid prototyping of standalone applications using PIC12F microcontrollers.

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2 Responses to “Rapid development board for PIC12F series microcontrollers”

  1. RobG says:

    This looks like a button banger board. Is that what this is?

  2. andy wong says:

    With Kicchip kic8 firmware (free), easily, this board can do a lot of thing!

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