Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board
Microchip’s dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board is a cost-effective platform to demonstrate the benefits of the dual independent cores in the dsPIC33CH family, which is optimized for high-performance digital power, motor control, and other high-end embedded applications.
dsPIC33CH Board Features:
- Dual dsPIC® Digital Signal Controller Cores
- Designed for seamless integration after separately developing code for each core
- CAN-FD for robust communication with increased bandwidth
- High-speed ADCs, DACs with waveform generation, analog comparators and PGAs for increased functionality in less space
- On-board SMPS test circuit and transient load generator
- 2x mikroBUS™ interfaces, I/O headers, general purpose prototyping area for hardware expansion
The dsPIC33CH cores operate in a master-slave configuration and are designed to enable development teams to work separately and integrate seamlessly. Each core has independent memories and peripheral sets, including CAN-FD and extensive analog integration.
The core independence allows the slave to execute time-critical tasks, while the master handles system level functions and the UI. The board also includes a PICkit™ on-board programmer/debugger and integrates with Microchip’s MPLAB® X IDE, making it easy to start developing.
It includes a configurable SMPS test circuit and transient load generator for digital power applications. Featuring two MikroElektronika mikroBUS™ interfaces enables quick, easy hardware expansion, while headers and a general-purpose prototyping area can be used for custom hardware. For more information, visit Microchip.
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