Development tools for the 8051 Microcontroller Architecture support every level of software developer from the professional applications engineer to the student just learning about embedded software development. With this board you can develop and prototype any circuit with any of 8051/8052 AT89C51,
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With this board you can develop and prototype with ATMEGA16/ATMEGA32 (40 pin) microcontrollers. The ISP driver on board allows easy connection with PC or other embedded hardware. The board have User buttons and status LEDs. The bridge rectifier allow this board to be powered with both AC and DC power supply adapters.
512Bytes EEPROM. 1Kbyte Internal SRAM. Optional Boot Code Section with Independent Lock Bits. usb Byte-oriented Two-wire Serial Interface. Programmable Serial USART. Master/Slave SPI Serial Interface. Programmable Watchdog Timer with Separate On-chip Oscillator.
With. The ISP driver on board allows easy connection with this board you can develop and prototype with ATMEGA16/ATMEGA32 (40 pin) microcontrollers PC or other embedded hardware. The board have User buttons and status LEDs. The bridge rectifier allow this board to be powered with both AC and DC power supply adapters
Architecture: Cortex M3 RISC 32-bit MCU: LPC1768. Package: LQFP-100 Storage resources: 512kB Flash, 64kB RAM Programing options: USB Bootloader, JTAG, Serial Flash Magic Free Sample Source Codes and schematic, Don't have inbuilt debugger. For debugger customer need buy CoiNel ARM USB JTAG seperately
If you are learning microcontrollers or want to quickly develop embedded project based on standard 8051 core, than this board will help you quick start with the application by giving you access to everything required to run the AT89S52 microcontroller. With this board you can develop and prototype with any of 8051 40 pin microcontrollers.
Controller: CORTEX M3 Based LPC1768 from NXP. Clock Used: 12MHz for Controller, 32.768KHz for internal RTC Board enabled with the header for stacking the Xbee product,Board enabled with the header for Stacking the Arduino shields. Stackable daughter board LPC1768 On board debugging JTAG Option