Microchip PIC32MX470 Curiosity Development Board | New Product Brief
Microchip’s PIC32MX470 Curiosity Development Board is designed for rapid prototyping based on the PIC32MX470 MCU, a highly integrated MCU capable of handling complex code.
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PIC32MX470 Curiosity Development Board
Microchip’s PIC32MX470 Curiosity Development Board is designed for cost-effective rapid prototyping based on the PIC32MX470 MCU, a highly integrated MCU capable of handling complex code.
The board includes a programmer and debugger and is fully integrated with MPLAB X and the MPLAB Harmony software framework of flexible software modules, so developers can begin working with reusable code and without additional hardware. The board can be used to develop for audio, USB devices, and host applications, as well as Bluetooth using the footprint for the BM64 Bluetooth module.
Two mikroBUS sockets and an interface for audio daughter boards allow for quick hardware expansion, the addition of displays, sensors, RTCs, and other functions available through Click adapter boards.
- 120 MHz CPU
- 512 KB Flash, 128 KB RAM
- USB 2.0 full-speed OTG controller
- BM64 Bluetooth module
- 2x mikroBUS headers, GPIO expansion header, X32 audio header
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