The MPLAB® Snap In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer sells with 50% discount

The MPLAB® Snap In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer sells with 50% discount

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The MPLAB® Snap In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer allows affordable, fast and easy debugging and programming of most PIC®, dsPIC®, AVR and SAM flash MCUs, using the powerful graphical user interface of MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) version 5.05 or later. The MPLAB Snap can be connected to a computer using a High-Speed USB 2.0 interface and can be connected to the target via an 8-pin Single In-Line (SIL) connector. The connector uses two device I/O pins and the reset line to implement in-circuit debugging and In-Circuit Serial Programming™ (ICSP™). It has all the speed and features entry-level users need to quickly debug their prototype.

The MPLAB Snap programs fast, with a powerful 32-bit 300MHz SAME70 MCU for quicker debug iterations. Along with a wide target voltage, the MPLAB Snap supports advanced interfaces such as 4-wire JTAG and Serial Wire Debug with streaming data gateway, while being backward compatible for demo boards, headers and target systems using 2-wire JTAG and ICSP.

Note: The Snap is compatible with MPLAB X IDE version 5.05 and later.

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The MPLAB Snap In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer supports most, but not all, PIC, AVR and dsPIC DSCs at this time. The firmware is continually being upgraded to add support for new devices.

To check supported devices: Check the MPLAB X IDE Device Support List. If you have MPLAB X IDE installed, you can browse to the “docs” folder under your MPLAB X installation directory and open the file “Device Support.htm”. Alternatively, you can download it from this link: http://www.microchip.com/mplabx-ide-release-notes

Files are available for creating an MPLAB Snap enclosure from Thingiverse here.

Part Number: pg16410050% Off – Use Coupon Code : TP1973 – Expires : 30-Sep-2019

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