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USB Development Tools and Software Support Supporting USB Development from Concept to Prototype Microchip’s support for USB applications includes MPLAB® FS USB Plug-In Module (PIM) Demo Boards tools for all USB PIC MCUs, peripheral applications for the These full-speed USB demonstration and development 8-bit PIC16F, PIC18F family, and device, embedded host boards feature the PIC18FXXJ50 8-bit MCUs. The boards and OTG applications for the 16-bit PIC24F, PIC24E and can be operated either standalone or as a PIM plugged dsPIC33E and 32-bit PIC32 families. Designers can use into the PICDEM™ PIC18 Explorer board (DM183032). Microchip’s free USB stacks—including class drivers, 16- and 32-bit file system drivers and SCSI interface drivers— PIC18F46J50 FS USB PIM Demo Board (MA180024) which are provided in source code form. More information PIC18F47J53 FS USB PIM Demo Board (MA180029) is available at: www.microchip.com/usb. The PIC18F46J50 and PIC18F47J53 FS Additional software support includes full C and RTOS USB PIM demo boards are full speed development environments. Also available are: TCP/IP USB demonstration and development stacks, graphics libraries and ZigBee software stacks, boards featuring the PIC18F46J50 and which allow USB functionality to be combined with PIC18F47J53 respectively. other capabilities to support a variety of designs. More information is available at: www.microchip.com/mla. PIC18F87J50 FS USB PIM Demo Board (MA180021) USB Starter Kits board is a full speed USB demonstrationThe PIC18F87J50 FS USB PIM demo These development kits provide an easy, low cost way to and development board featuring the evaluate the functionality of Microchip’s 8-, 16-uni00A0and 32-bit PIC18F87J50. USB microcontrollers. The all-inclusive kit contains the hardware, software and code examples necessary to take your next USB design from concept to prototype. Explorer 16 Development Platform Combine the Explorer 16, low-cost modular development Low Pin Count USB Development Kit with PICkit™ 2 board with the USB PICtail™ Plus daughter board for easy (DV164126) USB development with 16- and 32-bit MCUs. Several This kit features the PIC18F14K50 different PIMs are available that allow development with a and PIC18F13K50 20-pin USB variety of MCU platforms. MCUs. Hardware, software and code examples are included, as well as Explorer 16 Development Board (DM240001) self-directed course and lab materials. Use this efficient, low-cost development board to evaluate the features and PIC18 Starter Kit (DM180021) performance of Microchip’s 16-bit PIC24F This kit features a PIC18F46J50 MCU and and PIC24H MCU, dsPIC33 DSC and includes on-board debugger/programming 32-bit PIC32MX families. Interface with capability as well as USB communication, the MPLAB ICD 3 In-Circuit Debugger or MPLAB REAL ICE™ a capacitive touch pad, potentiometer, In-Circuit Emulator to speed evaluation and prototyping of acceleration sensor, MicroSD™ memory application circuitry. card and an OLED display. The board can function as a USB mouse, joystick or mass storage device (thumb drive) all USB PICtail Plus Daughter Board (AC164131) using the on-board capacitive touch sense pads. This module enables USB hardware connectivity when using an Explorer 16 and USB-capable MPLAB Starter Kit for PIC24F (DM240011) PIM. Provides support for USB Device, Host and This kit provides an inexpensive OTG development. way to evaluate the 16 MIPs PIC24FJ256GB110 with USB-OTG. Plug-in Modules Application demonstrations include Various PIMs are available for use with the mTouch™ capacitive sensing, driving an Explorer 16 development board. Individual OLED display and USB-OTG to store data to a thumb drive. PIMs feature different PIC24F, PIC24E and PIC32 microcontrollers and dsPIC33E PIC32 USB Starter Kit II (DM320003-2) digital signal controllers with USB modules. This kit provides the easiest and lowest cost method to experience the USB and CAN MCP2210 Evaluation Kit (ADM00421) functionality of the PIC32 microcontrollers. The MCP2210 Evaluation Kit is a Users can develop CAN applications using development and evaluation platform PIC32 expansion boards. The board contains for the MCP2210 USB-to-SPI stand- everything need to develop USB embedded Host/Device/ alone device. OTG applications by combining this board with Microchip's free USB software. www.microchip.com/usb Graphics Quick Reference Guide 3


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