1:The system supports 8, 14, 18, 20, 28 and 40 pin PIC® microcontrollers (it comes with a PIC16F887 - Enhanced Flash MCU).
2:High-Performance USB 2.0 On-Board Programmer State-Of-The-Art very fast USB 2.0 programmer on-board with simplified driver installation
3:Get comfortable with EasyPIC5 development tool It was designed to allow students or engineers to easily exercise and explore the capabilities of the PIC® microcontrollers.
4:The smart choice for PIC® mcu debugging mikroICD is a highly effective tool for Real-Time debugging on a hardware level. The ICD debugger enables you to execute a program on a host PIC
5:User-Friendly PIC® development system EasyPIC5 development system is a full-featured development board for the PIC microcontrollers.
What is Onboard This Training Kit
1:RS-232 communication with PC or another microcontroller.
2:System can be easily configured via clearly marked DIP switches.
3:Digital thermometer DS1820 for measuring temperature from -55ºC to 125ºC.
4:Support for Microcontrollers in DIP8, DIP14, DIP18, DIP20, DIP28 and DIP40 socket.
5:2 potentiometers are available for testing multiple AD conversion and comparators.
6:Power Supply select - USB or external. Also there is a switch for turning on/off system.
7:4 seven-segment digits in multiplex mode.
8:All pins are connected to IDC connectors for further expansion.
9:36 diodes for displaying states of all pins on the microcontroller at the same time.
10:Pull up or Pull down port defining.
11:36 buttons for program developing needs.
12:DIP switch for separating port pins from Pull up or Pull down
13:Very fast USB 2.0 programmer on board.
14:LCD display plugs in via a connector on PC board.
15:Character LCD contrast potentiometer.
16:Touch screen controller with connector is available on-board.
17:External power supply can be DC or AC.
18:Crystal can be removed and replaced by another one.
19:GLCD - Graphic display 128x64.
20:All pins are marked on the back of the board.
21:Choose voltage level to be applied when a button is pressed (GND or +5V).
22:USB comm. connector for MCU with USB facilities.
24:PS2 connector makes possible direct connection between EasyPIC5 and PC keyboard
25:The standard LCD is probably the most widely used data visualization component. Normally, it can display two lines of 16 alphanumeric characters, each made up of 5x7 pixels.
26:Touch screen is display overlay which have the ability to display and receive information on the same display. The effect of such overlay allows a display to be used as an input device
27:The Graphic LCD (GLCD) allows advanced visual messages to be displayed. The most commonly used graphic LCD has a screen resolution of 128x64 pixels.
28:Touchscreens are popular in heavy industry and in other situations, such as museum displays or room automation, where keyboards and mouse do not allow a satisfactory, intuitive, rapid, or accurate interaction by the user with the display's content. Such displays can be attached to computers or, as terminals, to networks. Touchscreens also have made these devices more usable
29:3 in 1 Development Tool - Development Board + USB 2.0 on-board programmer - PICFlash2 + mikro ICD on-board: mikro ICD is a highly effective tool for Real-Time debugging on a hardware level. The ICD debugger enables you to execute a mikroC/mikroPascal/mikroBasic program on a host PIC® microcontroller and view variable values, Special Function Registers (SFR), memory and EEPROM as the program is running. Also there is PICFlash USB 2.0 – an ultra fast USB 2.0 programmer for fast MCU programming. Continuing its tradition as the fastest PIC® programmer on the market, the new PICFlash with mikroICD now supports more PIC® MCUs giving the developer a wider choice of PIC® MCU for further prototype development.