Samual posted picture of his Microchip TQFP-100 breakout board PCB build in the forum.
We recently received our Microchip TQFP-100 breakout boards. We tested them with PIC24F and dsPIC33 chips and a “Blink LED” demo firmware. Both chips worked fine. These boards are intended to be breakouts for all Microchip devices that come in TQFP-100 packages (0.4mm pitch, designation PT). These include the PIC24, dsPIC33, and PIC32 families of […]
After noticing that most of Microchip’s microcontrollers in TQFP 100 packages use the same basic pinouts, we decided to make a breakout board to take advantage of it.So far we checked support for PIC24F, dsPIC33E, and PIC32 devices, and with the exception of the programing header all the 100-pin chips are compatible with the board. […]