The new CLICKER 4 board is exclusively the first PIC board in the series of MIKROE starter boards with the advanced CODEGRIP programmer/debugger on board! Equipped with the popular PIC18F MCU is a perfect solution to accelerate the prototyping, but it also can be implemented directly into a fully functional, custom design.
- 8-bit Microchip PIC18F MCU operating at up to 64 MHz, 128kB Flash memory, eXtreme low-power, nanoWatt XLP technology, high-precision PLL for USB
- USB Type-C connectors. Six LEDs, six push buttons, and a reset button.
- On-board debugger and Microchip ICSP header for interfacing with external electronics.
PRACTICAL POWER SUPPLY
Clicker 4 is equipped with five different power supply inputs, offering all the flexibility that development needs, and a reliable and safe battery charging circuit, which allows a single-cell Li-Po/Li-Ion battery to be charged.
To make your prototyping experience as convenient as possible, Clicker 4 is equipped with an on-board Debug Unit, the MIKROE's advanced CODEGRIP programmed/debugger, compliant with an on-board emulator standard called CMSIS-DAP. It allows you to fully use, test, and debug the target device right out of the box.
To learn more about CLICKER 4 for PIC18F visit the product page.
MikroElektronika (MIKROE) is committed to changing the embedded electronics industry through the use of industry-standard hardware and software solutions. In 2011, the company invented the mikroBUS™ development socket standard and the compact Click Boards that use the standard to dramatically cut development time. Now the company offers 1450+ Click Boards – ten times more than competitors - and the mikroBUS standard is included by leading microcontroller companies such as Microchip, Renesas and Toshiba on their development boards. MIKROE defined MCU development add-on boards and socket standard called SiBRAIN, and display board and display socket standard - DISCON. MikroElektronika also makes the world’s widest range of compilers and additionally provides development environments, development boards, smart displays and programmers and debuggers.