EV26Q64A PIC18F16Q41 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit

EV26Q64A PIC18F16Q41 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit

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Microchip’s low-cost evaluation kit for the PIC18F16Q41 8-bit microcontroller (MCU)

The PIC18F16Q41 Curiosity Nano evaluation kit from Microchip Technology is a hardware platform to evaluate MCUs in the PIC18FQ41 family. This board has the PIC18F16Q41 MCU mounted. Supported by MPLAB® X IDE, the board provides easy access to the features of the PIC18F16Q41 to explore how to integrate the device into a custom design. The Curiosity Nano series of evaluation boards include an on-board debugger. No external tools are necessary to program and debug the PIC18F16Q41.

With the award-winning MPLAB X integrated development platform and MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC), the kit provides access to the intelligent analog and core independent peripherals on the PIC18F16Q41. MCC is a free graphical programming tool for configuring a rich set of peripherals and functions specific for user applications. Users can take their next idea to market with a development board that they can keep in their pocket. With full programming and debugging capabilities, the PIC18F16Q41 Curiosity Nano evaluation kit has pre-programmed firmware to start development immediately.

Features:

  • PIC18F16Q41 MCU
  • One mechanical user switch
  • On-board debugger
    • Board identification in Microchip MPLAB X
    • One green power and status LED
    • Programming and debugging
    • Virtual serial port (CDC)
    • One logic analyzer channel (GPIO)
  • One yellow user LED
  • USB powered
  • Adjustable target voltage
    • MIC5353 LDO regulator controlled by the on-board debugger
    • 1.8 V to 5.5 V output voltage (limited by USB input voltage)
    • 500 mA maximum output current

more information: https://www.microchip.com/Developmenttools/ProductDetails/EV26Q64A

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