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PIC Microcontrollers with Integrated USB 10 8-bit PIC® Microcontroller Solutions Development Tools Low Pin Count USB Development Kit (DV164139/DM164127) ■ Development platform for 14 and 20-pin USB MCUs ■ For evaluation of PIC18F14K50/13K50 20-pin USB MCUs + 145X ■ Contains hardware, software and code examples ■ Self-directed course and lab materials PICDEM Full-Speed USB Demo Kit (DM163025-1) ■ Evaluation platform for PIC18F2X/4XK50 family of USB MCUs ■ Full speed USB 2.0 device without the need for an external crystal ■ Populated with the PIC18F45K50 PIC18F87J94 PIM Demo Board (MA180033) ■ Features 80-pin PIC18F87J94 MCU for evaluation of all 80- and 64-pin PIC18F97J94 USB/LCD/General Purpose MCUs ■ Can be used with PIC18 Explorer Board (DM183032) for additional functionality ■ Contains code examples USB USB communication is growing in popularity for remote upgrades, downloading data and other portable serial communication applications. Microchip’s USB PIC MCUs bring the benefits of full-speed USB to a broad range of embedded designs that can operate in various environments and locations, enabling easy access to other USB devices such as printers, handheld devices or PCs. Full-Speed USB 2.0 (Device) Microchip offers USB solutions capable of full-speed USB operation with the PIC16 and PIC18 family of devices. If USB On-The-Go is a requirement we have solutions in our 16 and 32 bit families. Crystal-Free USB USB communication requires 48 MHz with 0.25% accuracy over temperature. This is typically done with an external crystal and an internal USB. We have recently implemented technologies that allow a crystal-free implementation with the following benefits: ■ Lower BOM cost ■ Tiny PCB footprint ■ Simplifi ed design ■ More robust solution Free USB Software Microchip has USB software to support USB on 8, 16 and 32-bit MCUs. This software is royalty-free source code and also includes sample projects. The 8-bit family supports USB device mode with full speed operation. Additional software support includes full C and RTOS development environments. Included within this USB Framework Library is Microchip’s USB Framework Configuration Tool. ■ Generates confi guration fi les with just a few clicks ■ Royalty-free source code ■ Firmware projects and USB drivers for the PC Add USB to any PIC MCU with UART The MCP2200 is a stand-alone USB to UART serial converter that enables full-speed USB connectivity in applications containing a UART interface. The MCP2200 has 256 bytes of EEPROM and 8 general purpose I/O. It offers a simple “plug-and-play” solution, allowing USB connectivity with very little design effort. Featured Crystal-Free Product Families Device Family Pins Flash (KB) Voltage (V) Crystal-Free Additional Features PIC16(L)F1459 14–20 7–14 1.8–5.5  CWG, 10-bit ADC, DAC, I2C™, SPI, UART PIC18(L)F45K50 28–44 16–32 1.8–5.5  10-bit ADC, Comparators, ECCP, UART, SPI, I2C PIC18F97J94 64–100 32–128 2–3.6  VBAT, 12-bit ADC, LCD, ECCP, UART, I2C, SPI, Comparators www.microchip.com/usb


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