Mouser Electronics enables rapid-prototyping of 32-bit designs using the onboard Microchip PIC32MX470 microcontroller
Mouser Electronics announces to now ship the PIC32MX470 Curiosity development board from Microchip Technology. Touted cost-effective, the new fully integrated development platform enables rapid prototyping of 32-bit designs using the onboard Microchip PIC32MX470 microcontroller.
- It uses Microchip’s MPLAB X integrated development environment (IDE) and PIC32’s powerful software framework.
- MPLAB Harmony to provide a flexible and modular interface to application development.
- A rich set of inter-operable software stack, and easy-to-use features.
- The board features a wide range of peripherals, as well as user interface and expansion options including two mikroBUS click interface headers to support over 180 MikroElectronika click boards.
- The board also includes the footprint for a Microchip BM64 Bluetooth module, a fully-certified, embedded 2.4 GHz Bluetooth 4.2 module that supports the Bluetooth BDR/EDR/BLE specifications.
- The onboard PIC32MX470 microcontroller delivers up to 120 MHz DMIPS and provides 512 Kbytes of flash memory.
- The microcontroller boasts a rich set of integrated peripherals, including two SPI/I2S interfaces for audio codecs, mTouch capacitive touch-sensing, an 8-bit Parallel Master Port (PMP) for graphics or external memory, and a 28-channel analog-to-digital converter (ADC).
Key Applications include
Out of the box or with expansion boards, the Microchip PIC32MX470 Curiosity development board provides the freedom to develop for a variety of applications, including Internet of Things (IoT), audio, Bluetooth, robotics development, and proof-of-concept designs.