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Aptinex PIC16F877A / PIC18F452 PIC Mini Development Board

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PIC Mini Development Board

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Aptinex PIC16F877A / PIC18F452 PIC Mini Development Board is a Simple, cost-effective development board for the PIC16F877A / PIC18F452 which is designed to give designers and beginners a quick start to develop code on PIC16F877A / PIC18F452 MCUs and makes them develop their prototype device easily. 

The 40 pin ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) socket onboard allows the user to easily change the microcontroller. Programming is supported via the provided ICSP & LVISP port.

On Board Peripherals 

    - Powered from external 6V-16V power supply. Internal 5.0V regulator
Onboard Chips
    - PIC16F877A / PIC18F452 (PDIP40), MCU, connected via the ZIF socket of the board.
    - AMS1117-5.0, on board regulator
    - 5-pin ICSP port
    - 6-pin LVISP port
Human to Machine Interface
    - RESET button
    - 8 surface mounted LEDs connected to the PORT D, which can be used as I/O status indicators for that PORT
    - 2 Push-buttons, connected to a female pin header, so you can connect to any port using jumper wire
   - On board ZIF socket for easily changing MCU, support batch programming over ICSP port
   - On board 20MHz crystal
   - All the MCU pins are accessible on expansion connectors for further expansion
   - PGM Pin Select for LVISP

Debugging/Programming Physical Interfaces
The Aptinex PIC16F877A / PIC18F452 PIC Mini Development Board houses 5 pin ICSP header for connecting a debugger or programmer as well as a 6-pin LVISP header (Low Voltage In-circuit Serial Programing) for Programming and Debugging. The header pinouts are shown in the figure2 below. The Aptinex PICKit2 Compatible USB Programmer/Debugger as well as the Aptinex Mini PICKit2 USB ICSP Programmer/Debugger will be a great tool for you to use with this.

Figure 2. 5-pin ICSP header & 6-pin LVISP header pinout

When using the LVISP port for Programming simply Connect the jumper terminal to the relevant RB5 or RB3 position which corresponds to the PGM pin on the  PIC MCU being used. The header pinouts are shown in the figure3 below.

Figure 3. PGM Pin Selector header

Development Resources
   • Related Software 
      - MPLAB IDE
      - mikroC Pro for PIC Microcontrollers
  • Datasheets of the chips PIC16F877A
      - PIC18F452
      - PIC16F877  

Package Contains
 • PIC16F877A / PIC18F452 PIC Mini Development Board



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