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    We've taken the on-board programming/serial interface from the ME Labs Trainer and built a 40-pin module around the PIC16F1937.

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    The goal of the design is to provide the convenience of the USB interface on a device that functions as closely as possible to the raw PIC microcontroller. If you prototype with solderless breadboards, it's a handy piece. You can also use it with your existing LAB-X1 or LAB-X2 to update those boards with a USB programming/serial interface. (Remove the MAX232 chips from those board to isolate the serial pins.)

    If you work with the ME Labs Trainer, the D-Stick is a good way to move to your own project board. Any program that runs on the trainer will also run on the Standard D-Stick.

    Since the PIC16F1937 is fully supported (with ICD functionality) by the free PBP3 Student Edition and the free version of Microcode Studio, the D-Stick can be combined with this software for a powerful development system that has a price tag of $30.

    More such products coming soon. Enjoy.
    Charles Leo
    ME Labs, Inc.

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        The D-Stick is a small development board based on the Microchip PIC16F1937 microcontroller. This microcontroller has a 8-bit architecture, 28KB of flash memory, 2KB of RAM, and various peripheral modules such as ADCs, PWMs, and UARTs.Target Card Balance Now

        To get started with the D-Stick and the PIC16F1937, you will need to download and install the Microchip MPLAB X IDE, which is a free integrated development environment that supports Microchip microcontrollers. Once you have installed the MPLAB X IDE, you can create a new project, select the PIC16F1937 microcontroller, and start writing your code.
        Last edited by Janice76; 04-18-2023, 09:06 PM.