PIC32 USB Starter Kit II
E-Labs Inside section
Published in issue 12/2010 on page 35
There is one big difference that makes this kit stand out from its contemporaries: a 120-pin connector is provided to make this board function as a processor module with a debug interface in a larger system. Microchip itself offers various boards to expand their starter kits, such as the I/O Expansion Board and the Multimedia Expansion Board, which makes it possible for these small experimenter’s boards to offer much more than several happily flashing LEDs.
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