PIC-WEB

PIC-WEB
PIC-WEB PIC-WEB PIC-WEB
Web server TCP-IP development board PIC microcontrollers with UEXT connector
Price29.95 EUR
10 - 49 pcs26.96 EUR
50 - 10000 pcs23.96 EUR
In stock
Please note that revision C of PIC-WEB replaces the old PIC-WEB revision B - the old documents can be found here

FEATURES

  • PIC18F67J60 microcontroller
  • 1Mbit on board serial flash for web pages storage
  • Mini ICSP/ICD connector for programming with PIC-ICD2-POCKET or PIC-KIT3
  • Reset button
  • User event button
  • Analogue trimmer potentiometer
  • Thermistor for temperature monitoring
  • UEXT connector
  • RS232 driver and connector
  • Complete web server and TCP-IP stack support as per Microchip's open source TCP-IP stack
  • Power plug-in jack for +9 to +12 VDC power supply
  • Voltage regulator +3.3V and filtering capacitors
  • Status LED
  • Extension header to connect to other boards
  • Dimensions 60x65 mm (2.36x2.55")

DOCUMENTS

SOFTWARE

FAQ

  • I don't have neither a programmer, nor a debugger, can I change the web page?
  • Only visually. If you need to add new variables, you need to add them in HTTPPrint.h which is also part of the stack, then rebuild and upload to the new code to PIC-WEB.
  • I received the board and one quartz crystal seems rotated at 45 degrees. Did you send me a defective board?
  • The quartz rotated at 45 degrees is normal. We have two types of such crystals – one of them requires 4 pads, the other only 2 pads. That is why we have provided 4 pads to be able to fit both crystals. All boards Olimex manufactures pass automatized optical inspection after assembly and obvious misplacements like these are impossible to occur.
  • Can I use the PIC-WEB as a TCP-IP to RS232 bridge?
  • Yes, the default demo software we ship PIC-WEB with creates a TCP-IP-to-RS232 bridge at port 9761, i.e. if you have connected for instance a MOD-RFID125-BOX to it and you listen to the PIC-WEB IP port: 9761 you can read the RFID tag info remotely by Ethernet. This way we have connected one DuinoMite-Mega board with a RS232 connected to PIC-WEB online at http://duinomite.olimex.com if you telnet at duinomite.olimex.com at port 9761, you will have access to a virtual console and write BASIC code on our Duinomite which is located in our lab
  • Can I use the PIC-WEB as a TCP-IP to RS232 bridge?
  • There is a known issue with C18 V3.37.01 & TCIP/IP V5.31 (or TCIP/IP V5.00). The fastest workaround is to use the previous C18 (v3.34) until the next C18 version is released. Another work around is to use this p18f67j60.h instead the one provided by the newer compilers