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How to Begin Building Your Own Computer

Posted by in Development Boards, Development Tips, Guides

We decided to write a separate post on how to build your own computer. As this is an embedded development website, including as much information about all fields of computing is important. We at Paltronix hope you find this piece informative and come visit us at our local shop to purchase development products!


To begin building your own computer, you will need to gather the right components. There are build guides available online which offer component lists for a variety of “build your own” computers. We recommend choosing a build guide, such as this popular list to find a gaming PC under $500. and then shopping around online (or in your own community) in order to gather high-quality components for great prices. Once you have your supplies, you’ll be ready to get the job done!

We recommend clearing a flat surface, such as a larger desk or kitchen table, which gives you ample room for boxes and parts. Before you unbox your components, you should should be aware of one risk. It’s static electricity. There is a way to avoid the risk, and this is purchasing a wristband which is anti-static. When you wear it, you’ll be grounded at all times. We think that everyone who builds their own computers should invest in these wristbands.

Also, you should choose footwear that has rubber soles. Another tip on avoiding static electricity is to work on your computer build in a room that has non-carpet flooring. Rugs stir up a lot of static electricity. When you do open boxes that contain your components, you’ll notice that most of them come in bags with anti-static properties. Keep them in these bags until you need them.

Open Your Case First


Getting the case ready is probably the simplest part of building a new computer. Put the case on your flat surface and take away its side panel. This panel’s removal will allow you to get into the case. Usually, the panel is located on the left-hand side. In addition, you should take away things that are hanging inside of the case. If something is affixed to the case, on the inside, move it out of the way.

Now, you’ll need to put your power supply into the case. It’s known as PSU for short. This component is usually situated on the back of a case, in an uppermost corner or on the bottom. You should see a slot with a square shape. This is the slot for the power supply. The slot will feature screw holes on two or more corners and the power supply unit will rest inside of it, with its female socket and switch facing in an outward direction. If you need more help, look at the manual which came with your case. It should show you exactly where the PSU needs to go.

After you take care of this, it will be time to install the computer’s processor. This is a more complex operation. However, plenty of people do it themselves and you can, too. Be sure to read lots of tips on installing a computer processor before you begin. This guide by Super Micro should help. When you educate yourself, you’ll have more confidence. You’ll know exactly what to do and what not to do!

Start Building a Computer Today

The Internet makes it so easy to find great components for fair prices. Also, it’s loaded with instructions on which components to buy and how to build a computer, step by careful step. So, why not start building a computer today?

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Serial 7-Segment 8-Digit Add-on Board

Posted by in Display and User Input Interface Add-ons, Interface Add-ons

Ordering Information

Order Code: 7SEG8DIG
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Price: £14.95

An eight-digit 7-segment display board based on the MAX7219 LED display driver IC with SPI interface and eight common-cathode 7-segment displays. The board is designed to plug onto MikroElektronika’s PIC, dsPIC, AVR and 8051 development boards, although could also be interfaced to your own circuits or other development boards.

Supported by mikroBASIC, mikroC and mikroPascal

The Serial 7-Segment Display add-on board is supported by libraries supplied with MikroElektronika’s mikroBASIC, mikroC and mikroPascal compilers. Example programs are also included with the compilers that cover:

  • Displaying a static number on 7-segment displays
  • Counting from 0000 to 9999 on 7-segment displays
  • Obtaining data via RS-232 and displaying on 7-segment displays

See also:

A four-digit 7-segment display board with SPI interface.
An eight-digit 7-segment display board with SPI interface.
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BIGPIC5 Development Board

Posted by in Development Boards, PIC Development Boards

Ordering Information

Order Code: BIGPIC5
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Availability: In Stock
Price: £119.00

Please note that the 16×2 character LCD, 128×64 graphic LCD, touch-screen overlay, DS1820 temperature sensor and SD card are not included with the BIGPIC5 development board and must be ordered separately – please see below for BIGPIC5 options.

Overview

MikroElektronika’s BIGPIC5 is an advanced development board for Microchip’s PIC microcontrollers and is aimed specifically at developers working with 64 and 80-pin PICs on applications requiring a large number of I/O lines and advanced peripheral capabilities. The new BIGPIC5 includes a high-speed USB programmer and in-circuit debugger plus many advanced built-in I/O features.

The BIGPIC5 is supplied with a removable PIC18F8520 MCU board and provides everything you need to start developing for, experimenting with or learning about this microcontroller. Additional MCU boards may be ordered separately for both the PIC18F8520 and PIC18F8722 as can empty MCU boards for users wanting to add their own 64 or 80-pin PICs where surface mount soldering facilities are available.

By including the programmer, in-circuit debugger, PIC MCU board and useful I/O devices on one board, the BIGPIC5 will save you having to waste time trying to set up individual programmers, debuggers, prototyping boards and I/O devices. Use of one of MikroElektronika’s compilers with their included library routines and example programs also makes developing faster and avoids the need to struggle with hardware and software from different manufacturers.

The BIGPIC5’s low cost, ease of use, reliability and wealth of built-in features also make it an excellent platform for the teaching of microcontrollers in colleges and universities.

Features

  • On-board high-speed USB 2.0 PIC programmer.
  • On-board mikroICD in-circuit-debugger (when used in conjunction with mikroC, mikroBASIC or mikroPascal PIC compilers).
  • Supplied with plug-on MCU board containing PIC18F8520 and 10MHz crystal.
  • 67 LEDs show status of all the PIC’s I/O lines.
  • 67 pushbutton switches to simulate digital inputs.
  • Two analogue potentiometers to simulate analogue inputs.
  • Character LCD interface (16×2 character available as option).
  • Graphic LCD interface (128×64 graphic LCD available as option).
  • Touch-screen controller (touch-screen overlay for graphic LCD available as option).
  • Socket for DS1820 1-wire temperature sensor (DS1820 available as option).
  • Two RS-232 interfaces.
  • RS-485 interface.
  • CAN interface.
  • PS/2 keyboard connector.
  • 12-bit D/A converter.
  • Battery-backed real-time clock based on NXP/Philips Semiconductor’s PCF8583 IC.
  • SD/MMC card slot.
  • All I/O lines are available for easy off-board expansion.
  • Pull-up or pull-down port defining.
  • Power supply can be by USB or optional AC/DC power adapter.
  • Large range of optional interface boards available.

Using the BIGPIC5

The BIGPIC5 is incredibly easy to set up and use. On first connecting it to the USB port of your PC using the lead provided, Windows will prompt you to install a driver from the supplied CD-ROM. The PIC18F8520 on the plug-on MCUboard that comes fitted to the BIGPIC5 is pre-programmed with a demonstration program that runs immediately. You can then install the PICFlash2 programming software, also on the CD-ROM, and reprogram the PIC with any of the included pre-compiled example programs to try out the board’s I/O features and get a taste of the sort of projects that you can develop.

To write your own programs, you can use the assembler in Microchip’s freely available MPLAB software or any make of PIC assembler or compiler that generate HEX files. However use of MikroElektronika’s MikroBASIC, MikroC and MikroPascal compilers is recommended as these come with library routines that support all the BIGPIC5’s built-in I/O devices and MikroElektronika’s optional interface boards, as well as allowing for use of the BIGPIC5’s MikroICD in-circuit debugger. Demonstration versions of these three compilers are included, which enable you to write programs up to 2K in size, or you can save money on the individual prices and buy one of our starter packs that also include full versions of the compilers.

Your programs can make full use of the BIGPIC5’s I/O devices and any that are not required can be disabled by way of clearly labelled jumpers and DIP switches. MikroElektronika’s range of optional interface boards can be fitted to the BIGPIC5 and it is also straightforward to connect your own circuits as the PIC’s I/O lines are available on nine 10-way IDC headers. The supplied PIC18F8520 MCU board can easily be removed and replaced with the optional PIC18F8722 board.

Specifications

Supported PICs

The following list gives the PICs currently supported by the BIGPIC5 in numerical order.PIC18F Family
PIC18F8520, PIC18F8722

Package Contents

  • BIGPIC5 development board with 80-pin PIC18F8520 MCU board.
  • USB programming/power cable.
  • RS-232 serial communications cable.
  • Printed user manuals.
  • CD-ROM containing PICFlash2 programming software and drivers.

BIGPIC5 Options

LCD & DS1820 Pack
A pack containing a 16×2 character LCD and DS1820 temperature sensor, both of which can be easily plugged onto the BIGPIC5 development board.
Order Code: LCDDS1820
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Availability: In Stock
Price: £9.95
GLCD & Touch-Screen Pack
A pack containing a 128×64 graphic LCD and touch-screen overlay, both of which can be easily plugged onto the BIGPIC5 development board.
Order Code: GLCDTOUCH
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Availability: Limited

BIGPIC5 Additional Microcontrollers & Adapter Boards

PIC18F8520 80-pin MCU Board
This MCU board based on the 80-pin PIC18F8520 is the same as the MCU board supplied with the BIGPIC5.
Order Code: PIC18F8520MCU
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Availability: In Stock
Price: £13.95
PIC18F8722 80-pin MCU Board
This MCU board based on the 80-pin PIC18F8722 may be fitted to the BIGPIC5 in place of the supplied PIC18F8520 board.
Order Code: PIC18F8722MCU
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Availability: In Stock
Price: £15.95
PIC MCU Board1
The PIC MCU Board1 is an empty MCU board onto which 64-pin PICs may be fitted by those with surface-mount soldering facilities. The board accommodates PIC18F6310-PT, PIC18F6390-PT, PIC18F6410-PT, PIC18F6490-PT, PIC18F6520-PT, PIC18F6585-PT, PIC18F6620-PT, PIC18F6680-PT and PIC18F6720-PT microcontrollers.
Order Code: PICMCUBOARD1
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Availability: In Stock
Price: £3.95
PIC MCU Board2
The PIC MCU Board2 is an empty MCU board onto which 80-pin PICs may be fitted by those with surface-mount soldering facilities. The board accommodates PIC18F8310-PT, PIC18F8390-PT, PIC18F8410-PT, PIC18F8490-PT, PIC18F8520-PT, PIC18F8527-PT, PIC18F8585-PT, PIC18F8620-PT, PIC18F8622-PT, PIC18F8627-PT, PIC18F8680-PT, PIC18F8720-PT and PIC18F8722-PT microcontrollers.
Order Code: PICMCUBOARD2
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Availability: In Stock
Price: £3.95

Develop projects faster and save up to £56.90 with an BIGPIC5 Starter Pack!

Maximise the usefulness of the BIGPIC5 and make development even quicker and easier. Contains the BIGPIC5 as described above plus LCD, GLCD, touch-screen, DS1820 and a full version of the mikroBASIC PIC compiler.
Maximise the usefulness of the BIGPIC5 and make development even quicker and easier. Contains the BIGPIC5 as described above plus LCD, GLCD, touch-screen, DS1820 and a full version of the mikroC PIC compiler.
Maximise the usefulness of the BIGPIC5 and make development even quicker and easier. Contains the BIGPIC5 as described above plus LCD, GLCD, touch-screen, DS1820 and a full version of the mikroPascal PIC compiler.
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MikroPascal for dsPIC/PIC24 Compiler

Posted by in Compilers, dsPIC/PIC24 Compilers

Ordering Information

Order Code: MIKROPASDSPIC
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Price: £159.00

Overview

The mikroPascal for dsPIC/PIC24 Compiler is a powerful feature-rich development tool for dsPIC digital signal controllers in the dsPIC30F and dsPIC33F families and 16-bit PIC microcontrollers in the PIC24F and PIC24H families. It is designed to provide the user with the easiest possible solution for developing applications for embedded systems without compromising on performance. Its highly advanced integrated development environment (IDE), broad set of library routines, ready-to-run examples and comprehensive documentation should be more than enough to get anyone off to a great start when developing dsPIC and PIC24 applications.

Features

  • Advanced code editor to aid in the writing of source code.
  • Included libraries covering communications, data acquisition, displays and much more dramatically speed up development.
  • Code explorer allows you to monitor your program’s structure, variables and functions.
  • Generates commented, human-readable assembly language files and HEX files compatible with any dsPIC programmer.
  • Integrated simulator lets you inspect program flow and debug executable code.
  • Provides real-time debugging on a hardware level when using MikroElektronika’s EasydsPIC4, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards and dsPICprog and LVPICFlash programmers with MikroElektronika’s mikroICD in-circuit debugger.

Code Editor

mikroPascal’s code editor is an advanced text editor fashioned to satisfy the needs of professionals. Advanced editor features include adjustable syntax highlighting, code assistant offering an auto-complete function, auto-correction of common typos, the ability to comment/uncomment a block of code with single mouse-click and bookmarks that can be set to aid navigation through even the largest program code.

Code Explorer/Quick Help/Keyboard Shortcuts

To the left of the main window area a pane contains mikroPascal’s code explorer, quick help and keyboard shortcuts tabs.
The code explorer tab provides a clear view of every declared item within the source code and from here you can jump to the declarations of those items.
The quick help tab lists all the available built-in library functions as a helpful reference.
Finally, the keyboard shortcuts tab lists all available keyboard shortcuts that may be used within mikroPascal.

Simulator

The source-level debugger is an integral component of the mikroPascal development environment and has been designed to simulate the operations of Microchip Technology’s dsPIC digital signal controllers and 16-bit PIC24 microcontrollers to assist users in the debugging of their programs. The simulator simulates program flow and execution of instruction lines, although not operating in real-time it does not update timers, interrupt flags, etc.
Once you have successfully compiled your project, you can run the simulator allowing you to carry out operations such as single-stepping code and running the code to a cursor position.
A simulator watch window enables you to monitor program variables and registers of the dsPIC/PIC24 with their values updated as you carry out simulation operations. Values changed as the simulation progresses are coloured red to clearly identify them. You can also edit values of variables and registers during the simulation process.
A stopwatch window is also provided for use when simulating to calculate the processor cycles and execution time since the last debugger action.
A view RAM window acts in a similar manner to the watch window and shows the contents of RAM, again with recently changed values highlighted in red and with the ability to manually change values.

mikroICD In-Circuit Debugger

mikroPascal for dsPIC/PIC supports real-time debugging on a hardware level when used in conjunction with MikroElektronika’s EasydsPIC4, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards and dsPICprog and LVPICFlash programmers. This works in a similar way to the simulator described above but instead of the PC simulating a dsPIC/PIC24, the code is actually downloaded to the target device. As with the simulator you can step through code and run to breakpoints. Information on variable, register and memory contents within the dsPIC/PIC24 is sent back to the PC for display in the watch and RAM windows.

Supported PICs

The following list gives the dsPIC and PIC24 devices currently supported by the mikroPascal for dsPIC/PIC24 compiler in numerical order. As new releases of the compiler are launched support for newer devices is continually added and once you have purchased mikroPascal for dsPIC/PIC24 you always have access to the latest compiler releases.

dsPIC30F Family
dsPIC30F1010, dsPIC30F2010, dsPIC30F2011, dsPIC30F2012, dsPIC30F2020, dsPIC30F2022, dsPIC30F2023, dsPIC30F3010, dsPIC30F3011, dsPIC30F3012, dsPIC30F3013, dsPIC30F3014, dsPIC30F4011, dsPIC30F4012, dsPIC30F4013, dsPIC30F5011, dsPIC30F5013, dsPIC30F5015, dsPIC30F5016, dsPIC30F6010, dsPIC30F6010A, dsPIC30F6011, dsPIC30F6011A, dsPIC30F6012, dsPIC30F6012A, dsPIC30F6013, dsPIC30F6013A, dsPIC30F6014, dsPIC30F6014A, dsPIC30F6015

dsPIC33F Family
dsPIC33FJ64GP206, dsPIC33FJ64GP306, dsPIC33FJ64GP310, dsPIC33FJ64MC506, dsPIC33FJ64MC508, dsPIC33FJ64GP706, dsPIC33FJ64MC706, dsPIC33FJ64GP708, dsPIC33FJ64GP710, dsPIC33FJ64MC710, dsPIC33FJ128GP206, dsPIC33FJ128GP306, dsPIC33FJ128GP310, dsPIC33FJ128MC506, dsPIC33FJ128MC510, dsPIC33FJ128GP706, dsPIC33FJ128MC706, dsPIC33FJ128GP708, dsPIC33FJ128MC708, dsPIC33FJ128GP710, dsPIC33FJ128MC710, dsPIC33FJ256GP506, dsPIC33FJ256GP510, dsPIC33FJ256GP710, dsPIC33FJ256MC510, dsPIC33FJ256MC710

PIC24F Family
PIC24FJ32GA002, PIC24FJ32GA004, PIC24FJ64GA002, PIC24FJ64GA004, PIC24FJ64GA006, PIC24FJ64GA008, PIC24FJ64GA010, PIC24FJ96GA006, PIC24FJ96GA008, PIC24FJ96GA010, PIC24FJ128GA006, PIC24FJ128GA008, PIC24FJ128GA010

PIC24H Family
PIC24HJ64GP206, PIC24HJ64GP210, PIC24HJ64GP506, PIC24HJ64GP510, PIC24HJ128GP206, PIC24HJ128GP210, PIC24HJ128GP306, PIC24HJ128GP310, PIC24HJ128GP506, PIC24HJ128GP510, PIC24HJ256GP206, PIC24HJ256GP210, PIC24HJ256GP610

See also:

Contains the EasydsPIC4A development board for 18, 28 and 40-pin dsPIC30F devices with 16×2 character LCD, 128×64 graphic LCD, DS1820 temper-ature sensor plus a full version of mikroC dsPIC/PIC24 compiler.
Contains the dsPICPRO4 development board for 64 and 80-pin dsPIC30F devices with 16×2 character LCD, 128×64 graphic LCD, touch-screen overlay, DS1820 temperature sensor plus a full version of mikroC dsPIC/PIC24 compiler.
Contains the LV24-33A development board for 64, 80 and 100-pin dsPIC33F and PIC24 devices with 16×2 character LCD, 128×64 graphic LCD, touch-screen overlay, DS1820 temperature sensor plus a full version of mikroC PIC compiler.
A powerful BASIC compiler with user-friendly IDE for dsPIC30F/33F and 16-bit PIC24 devices. Provides in-circuit debugging when used with EasydsPIC4, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards.
A powerful Pascal compiler with user-friendly IDE for dsPIC30F/33F and 16-bit PIC24 devices. Provides in-circuit debugging when used with EasydsPIC4, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards.
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4×4 Matrix Keypad

Posted by in Display and User Input Interface Add-ons, Interface Add-ons

Ordering Information

Order Code: KEYPAD
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Price: £6.95

A 16-button keypad arranged in a 4×4 matrix. Suitable for use with any MikroElektronika development board.

Supported by mikroBASIC, mikroC and mikroPascal

The 4×4 Matrix Keypad is supported by libraries supplied with MikroElektronika’s mikroBASIC, mikroC and mikroPascal compilers. Example programs are also included with the compilers that cover:

  • Reading keypad and displaying value on LEDs
  • Reading keypad and displaying value on 7-segment displays
  • Reading keypad and displaying value on LCD
  • Reading keypad and sending value via RS-232
  • Counting key presses

See also:

Provides eight latching on/off switches. Configurable as active high or active-low.
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MikroBASIC for dsPIC/PIC24 Compiler

Posted by in Compilers, dsPIC/PIC24 Compilers

Ordering Information

Order Code: MIKROBASDSPIC
Manufacturer: MikroElektronika
Price: £99.00

Overview

The mikroBASIC for dsPIC/PIC24 Compiler is a powerful feature-rich development tool for dsPIC digital signal controllers in the dsPIC30F and dsPIC33F families and 16-bit PIC microcontrollers in the PIC24F and PIC24H families. It is designed to provide the user with the easiest possible solution for developing applications for embedded systems without compromising on performance. Its highly advanced integrated development environment (IDE), broad set of library routines, ready-to-run examples and comprehensive documentation should be more than enough to get anyone off to a great start when developing dsPIC and PIC24 applications.

Features

  • Advanced code editor to aid in the writing of source code.
  • Included libraries covering communications, data acquisition, displays and much more dramatically speed up development.
  • Code explorer allows you to monitor your program’s structure, variables and functions.
  • Generates commented, human-readable assembly language files and HEX files compatible with any dsPIC programmer.
  • Integrated simulator lets you inspect program flow and debug executable code.
  • Provides real-time debugging on a hardware level when using MikroElektronika’s EasydsPIC4A, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards and dsPICprog and LVPICFlash programmers with MikroElektronika’s mikroICD in-circuit debugger.

Code Editor

mikroBASIC’s code editor is an advanced text editor fashioned to satisfy the needs of professionals. Advanced editor features include adjustable syntax highlighting, code assistant offering an auto-complete function, auto-correction of common typos, the ability to comment/uncomment a block of code with single mouse-click and bookmarks that can be set to aid navigation through even the largest program code.

Code Explorer/Quick Help/Keyboard Shortcuts

To the left of the main window area a pane contains mikroBASIC’s code explorer, quick help and keyboard shortcuts tabs.
The code explorer tab provides a clear view of every declared item within the source code and from here you can jump to the declarations of those items.
The quick help tab lists all the available built-in library functions as a helpful reference.
Finally, the keyboard shortcuts tab lists all available keyboard shortcuts that may be used within mikroBASIC.

Simulator

The source-level debugger is an integral component of the mikroBASIC development environment and has been designed to simulate the operations of Microchip Technology’s dsPIC digital signal controllers and 16-bit PIC24 microcontrollers to assist users in the debugging of their programs. The simulator simulates program flow and execution of instruction lines, although not operating in real-time it does not update timers, interrupt flags, etc.
Once you have successfully compiled your project, you can run the simulator allowing you to carry out operations such as single-stepping code and running the code to a cursor position.
A simulator watch window enables you to monitor program variables and registers of the dsPIC/PIC24 with their values updated as you carry out simulation operations. Values changed as the simulation progresses are coloured red to clearly identify them. You can also edit values of variables and registers during the simulation process.
A stopwatch window is also provided for use when simulating to calculate the processor cycles and execution time since the last debugger action.
A view RAM window acts in a similar manner to the watch window and shows the contents of RAM, again with recently changed values highlighted in red and with the ability to manually change values.

mikroICD In-Circuit Debugger

mikroBASIC for dsPIC/PIC supports real-time debugging on a hardware level when used in conjunction with MikroElektronika’s EasydsPIC4, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards and dsPICprog and LVPICFlash programmers. This works in a similar way to the simulator described above but instead of the PC simulating a dsPIC/PIC24, the code is actually downloaded to the target device. As with the simulator you can step through code and run to breakpoints. Information on variable, register and memory contents within the dsPIC/PIC24 is sent back to the PC for display in the watch and RAM windows.

Supported PICs

The following list gives the dsPIC and PIC24 devices currently supported by the mikroBASIC for dsPIC/PIC24 compiler in numerical order. As new releases of the compiler are launched support for newer devices is continually added and once you have purchased mikroBASIC for dsPIC/PIC24 you always have access to the latest compiler releases.

dsPIC30F Family
dsPIC30F1010, dsPIC30F2010, dsPIC30F2011, dsPIC30F2012, dsPIC30F2020, dsPIC30F2022, dsPIC30F2023, dsPIC30F3010, dsPIC30F3011, dsPIC30F3012, dsPIC30F3013, dsPIC30F3014, dsPIC30F4011, dsPIC30F4012, dsPIC30F4013, dsPIC30F5011, dsPIC30F5013, dsPIC30F5015, dsPIC30F5016, dsPIC30F6010, dsPIC30F6010A, dsPIC30F6011, dsPIC30F6011A, dsPIC30F6012, dsPIC30F6012A, dsPIC30F6013, dsPIC30F6013A, dsPIC30F6014, dsPIC30F6014A, dsPIC30F6015

dsPIC33F Family
dsPIC33FJ64GP206, dsPIC33FJ64GP306, dsPIC33FJ64GP310, dsPIC33FJ64MC506, dsPIC33FJ64MC508, dsPIC33FJ64GP706, dsPIC33FJ64MC706, dsPIC33FJ64GP708, dsPIC33FJ64GP710, dsPIC33FJ64MC710, dsPIC33FJ128GP206, dsPIC33FJ128GP306, dsPIC33FJ128GP310, dsPIC33FJ128MC506, dsPIC33FJ128MC510, dsPIC33FJ128GP706, dsPIC33FJ128MC706, dsPIC33FJ128GP708, dsPIC33FJ128MC708, dsPIC33FJ128GP710, dsPIC33FJ128MC710, dsPIC33FJ256GP506, dsPIC33FJ256GP510, dsPIC33FJ256GP710, dsPIC33FJ256MC510, dsPIC33FJ256MC710

PIC24F Family
PIC24FJ32GA002, PIC24FJ32GA004, PIC24FJ64GA002, PIC24FJ64GA004, PIC24FJ64GA006, PIC24FJ64GA008, PIC24FJ64GA010, PIC24FJ96GA006, PIC24FJ96GA008, PIC24FJ96GA010, PIC24FJ128GA006, PIC24FJ128GA008, PIC24FJ128GA010

PIC24H Family
PIC24HJ64GP206, PIC24HJ64GP210, PIC24HJ64GP506, PIC24HJ64GP510, PIC24HJ128GP206, PIC24HJ128GP210, PIC24HJ128GP306, PIC24HJ128GP310, PIC24HJ128GP506, PIC24HJ128GP510, PIC24HJ256GP206, PIC24HJ256GP210, PIC24HJ256GP610

See also:

mikroC for dsPIC/PIC24 Compiler
A powerful C compiler with user-friendly IDE for dsPIC30F/33F and 16-bit PIC24 devices. Provides in-circuit debugging when used with EasydsPIC4, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards.
mikroPascal for dsPIC/ PIC24 Compiler
A powerful Pascal compiler with user-friendly IDE for dsPIC30F/33F and 16-bit PIC24 devices. Provides in-circuit debugging when used with EasydsPIC4, dsPICPRO4 and LV24-33A development boards.
Contains the EasydsPIC4A development board for 18, 28 and 40-pin dsPIC30F devices with 16×2 character LCD, 128×64 graphic LCD, DS1820 temper-ature sensor plus a full version of mikroBASIC dsPIC/PIC24 compiler.
Contains the dsPICPRO4 development board for 64 and 80-pin dsPIC30F devices with 16×2 character LCD, 128×64 graphic LCD, touch-screen overlay, DS1820 temperature sensor plus a full version of mikroBASIC dsPIC/PIC24 compiler
Contains the LV24-33A development board for 64, 80 and 100-pin dsPIC33F and PIC24 devices with 16×2 character LCD, 128×64 graphic LCD, touch-screen overlay, DS1820 temperature sensor plus a full version of mikroBASIC PIC compiler
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