Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board | New Product Brief
Microchip Technology’s dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board is a flexible platform for developing with Microchip’s dsPIC33CH family of dual-core digital signal controllers.
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Microchip dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board
Microchip Technology’s dsPIC33CH Curiosity Development Board is a flexible platform for developing with Microchip’s dsPIC33CH family of dual-core digital signal controllers. The Curiosity Board has a PICkit™-On-Board programmer and debugger and integrates seamlessly with Microchip MPLAB X IDE and MPLAB Xpress Cloud-based IDE.
Users can add hardware using two mikroBUS interfaces, the headers that provide access to all GPIO pins, or a general purpose prototyping area. The board includes a configurable SMPS test circuit and a configurable load step transient generator for power supply development.
The dual cores of the dsPIC33CH operate in a master-slave configuration with integrated high-performance ADCs and high-speed PWMs. The DSCs and the dsPIC33CH Curiosity Board are optimized for digital power, motor control, and high performance embedded applications.
- Integrated PICKit™-On-Board programmer/debugger
- Designed for MPLAB® X IDE and MPLAB Xpress Cloud-based IDE
- 2x mikroBUS™ interfaces
- I/O pin access headers
- Configurable SMPS test circuit and load step transient generator for digital power development
- Dual independent dsPIC® digital signal controller cores
- 4 x 12-bit 3.5 MSPS ADCs
- High Speed PWMs with 250ps resolution, 12 channel
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