PIC32-MAXI-WEB

PIC32-MAXI-WEB
PIC32-MAXI-WEB PIC32-MAXI-WEB PIC32-MAXI-WEB
Web server with 32-bit PIC32MX795F512 PIC microcontroller with TFT display and 100 MBit Ethernet interface
Price99.95 EUR
10 - 49 pcs89.96 EUR
50 - 10000 pcs79.96 EUR
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FEATURES

  • PIC32MX795F512L microcontroller
  • TFT COLOR LCD 3.2" 320x240 pixels with touch screen
  • 100 Mbit ethernet PHY interface
  • USB OTG
  • 2 x CAN drivers and connectors
  • RS232 driver and connector
  • 3 axis digital accelerometer
  • 3 user buttons
  • Analogue trimmer potentiometer
  • JTAG connector
  • ICSP/ICD connector for programming / debugging with PIC-KIT3
  • Reset button
  • Reset Circuit
  • three LEDs
  • 2 x UEXT connectors (to connect MOD-WIFI, MOD-GSM, MOD-GSP etc.)
  • 2x optoisolated inputs
  • 2x RELAY outputs
  • SD-MMC card connector
  • Complete web server and TCP-IP stack support as per Microchip's open source TCP-IP stack
  • Power plug-in jack for +12VDC power supply
  • Voltage regulator +3.3V and filtering capacitors
  • Dimensions 140x100 mm (5.51x3.94")

SOFTWARE

  • DemoSoft PIC32-MAXI-WEB v1.03 for MPLABX 1.80/MPLAB 8.91 and XC32 1.21

    The above example projects demonstrate the functionality of the various peripherals of the board including user input, serial communication, Graphical User Interface (GUI) and Network connectivity. The demo is built upon the following Microchip's freely distributed support libraries:
    - Microchip Graphics Library v 3.06
    - Microchip TCP/IP Stack Library v 5.42
    - Microchip MDD File System Library 1.4.0
    - Microchip USB support source files
    - FreeRTOS was used to make all tasks run virtually simultaneously. FreeRTOS is a freely distributed RTOS with excellent support and online documentation. Version used is v7.3.0. MPLAB has support for FreeRTOS (Tools/RTOS viewer).

  • Older demo projects, customer demo projects and more might be found at the wiki page: PIC32-MAXI-WEB article

WARNING

Do not use the "programmer-to-go" button when there is no image on the OLIMEX PIC-KIT3 or MICROCHIP PIC-KIT3 because that might put your microcontroller in an irrecoverable state. We have tested the mentioned scenario and we can confirm it destroys PIC32 chips (using both our and the original Microchip PICKIT3). We don't take responsibility if you break your chip that way. For more info check the following www.microchip.com/forums/m635420.aspx.