Order a USB dongle license for a PIC compiler, and you’ll get a free PIC clicker.

Complementary PIC clickers

Seasoned PIC programmers switch to our compilers because they enable them to prototype quickly. Novices turn to mikroC, mikroBasic or mikroPascal because their ease-of-use makes them a great learning tool. Whichever camp you fall in, the complementary PIC clicker is the perfect way to warm up to your new IDE.

The PIC clicker is a starter development kit with a PIC18F47J53 MCU and a mikroBUS™ socket. It’s also preprogrammed with a fast USB HID bootloader making it easy to upload your firmware.

The mikroBUS™ socket will allow you to quickly learn how to interface a variety of different modules with PIC MCUs. We have over 90 click boards and the number is constantly rising. Each click boards comes with Libstock examples to shorten development time even further.

If you’re an experienced PIC programmer who’s ready to make the switch to mikroC, mikroBasic or mikroPascal, you can use the complementary PIC clicker to create a quick side project for fun. The small PIC clicker with a few click boards is all you need to create a working gadget.

So if you’re considering a PIC compiler license these days (mikroC, mikroBasic or mikroPascal), make sure to order a USB dongle to get your free PIC clicker.

Yours sincerely,

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