This is a very special day for us. We are excited and honored to present you with the new version of our famous brand – EasyPIC v7 is here!
We’ve asked ourselves what can we do to improve such an amazing board as EasyPIC6, and even if it seemed like a tough assignment, we have done some outstanding interventions in design and functionality, and made a new board no one can stay indifferent to.
For the first time in EasyPIC’s almost 10-year history, we’ve grouped PORT headers, LEDs and Buttons in an Input-Output groups, thus making them easier to use than ever before. We’ve equipped the boards with tri-state DIP switches, so placing pull-up or pull-down jumpers to desired pins is now just a matter of pushing the switch.
Connectivity is the main focus of this board. We’ve provided three separate PORT headers in the Input-Output groups, and another one on the opposite side of the board, so you will be able to access those pins from any side you want.
Board is completely revolutionary. It has dual power supply, supporting both 3.3V and 5V microcontrollers. It’s like having two boards instead of one!
Probably the best feature of the board is powerful on-board mikroProg programmer and In-Circuit debugger, capable pf programming over 250 microcontrollers! Debugging is supported with all mikroElektronika PIC compilers – mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal. Great performance and easy operation are it’s top features.
7-segment display is back! We’ve returned it on your demand, so board now has three displays: GLCD 128×64, LCD 2×16 character and 4-digit 7-seg display.
EasyPIC v7 is the first board in the world to have two mikroBUS sockets. We are preparing dozens of mikroBUS compatible Click Boards, which will make development easier then ever. No configuration or jumping, just plug-n-play.
Board is enriched by new modules: Serial EEPROM, Piezo Buzzer and support for both DS1820, and LM35 Temperature sensors.
We’ve spend days making and fine-tuning User Manuals and Schematics, and we think you are going to be thrilled with the new design. We’ve put a lot of work into making them very informative, with lots of clear photos, good explanations and well thought organization.
We have also prepared a set of great kits you might want to throw an eye on, and equip yourself with the right tools.
EasyPIC v7 is here. It has a new fancy webpage with lots of useful information including image gallery, and we invite you to go there and get to know the board that will bring your development experience to a whole new level!