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Ready for PIC (28-pin, 18F25K22) (Up)

Ready for PIC (28-pin, 18F25K22) Ready for PIC features all the basic components needed to start developing a microcontroller application using 28- and 40-pin PIC MCUs. Included is a PIC18F25K22 connected to a replaceable 8MHz crystal oscillator. The microcontroller's ports are exposed via four MikroElektronika-standard IDC10 headers to which add-on boards can be easily connected. A USB-UART module, prototyping area and a power supply circuit which can provide either 5V or 3.3V are also featured on the board.
The included PIC18F25K22 is pre-programmed with a USB bootloader, which means that no external programmer is required in order to use it.
On SpecialOn SpecialOn Special R325  R455  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Weight: 225g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
Software > Compilers 
High-level software for producing microcontroller code.
PIC, AVR, ARM and 8051 compilers are available in C, BASIC and Pascal variants.
Other software applications, such as visual tools for for working with graphic LCDs and touch-screens, are also available.
Accessory Boards 
Boards which can be used to add additional functionality to your design.
A very large variety are available, from accelerometers to GSM/GPRS modules.

Boards may feature an interface standard, such as IDC10 or mikroBus, which makes it easy to connect them to Development Systems or other boards which also feature that connection standard.
Archive > Proteus > Circuit Simulation > Microcontroller Simulation 
Microcontroller simulation entails the in-circuit (in-schematic) emulation of a microcontroller, with your code loaded into it.
A large peripheral library and extensive debugging features (such as breakpoints / watches) are available.
Prototyping your design "in cyberspace" can help reduce or eliminate the cost of physical prototypes, greatly speed up code-development, and provide extensive debugging capabilities which would not otherwise be available.
Breeze A (Amicus Compatible)
Breeze A (Amicus Compatible) Breeze boards are versatile development boards for 28-pin PIC microcontrollers. Use them for learning, for rapid prototyping of your next project, or as the core board in your final product.
The Breeze A includes a USB-UART converter, for easy serial communication with a computer.
On SpecialOn SpecialOn Special with PIC18F25K22 (3.3V or 5V)    R250  R415  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Weight: 30g. Stock: 8 available immediately [i]. Dizzy Enterprises Icon
Ready for PIC (40-pin, 18F45K22)
Ready for PIC (40-pin, 18F45K22) Ready for PIC features all the basic components needed to start developing a microcontroller application using 28- and 40-pin PIC MCUs. Included is a PIC18F45K22 connected to a replaceable 8MHz crystal oscillator. The microcontroller's ports are exposed via four MikroElektronika-standard IDC10 headers to which add-on boards can be easily connected. A USB-UART module, prototyping area and a power supply circuit which can provide either 5V or 3.3V are also featured on the board.
The included PIC18F45K22 is pre-programmed with a USB bootloader, which means that no external programmer is required in order to use it.
R455  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Weight: 225g. Stock: Lead-time applicable [i]. mikroE Icon
mikroProg PIC Programmer
mikroProg PIC Programmer Programs almost any PIC, from PIC10 to PIC32.
R1,500  Qty:
Price ex. VAT. Weight: 430g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon