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PIC32 Prototyping

I’ve been thinking for a while that prototyping stuff with the DIP PIC32 parts should be easier, so I built something over the weekend to make that a reality. 

Instead of this:

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I can now start with this:

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It is just the bare minimum to get a DIP PIC32 part up and running with USB support.  I’m pretty happy with the results so far.  Now all I need to do is get a USB boot loader that fits in under 3Kb and I can use the Chipkit32 stuff with these little guys ;)

 

2 comments for “PIC32 Prototyping

  1. dendad
    April 7, 2014 at 5:28 am

    That looks pretty good Daniel. A PCB for it will go well. Also, using a Mini USB would save more space. Are you using a Low Drop Out reg?

  2. April 7, 2014 at 2:42 pm

    I’m using a LM3940 regulator. I’ve got some others floating around the place, but these ones seem to work quite nicely.

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