[ale] [OT] Microcontroller parts free and for sale
atllinuxenthinfo at c3energy.com
Sat Feb 12 18:18:15 EST 2011
I have some microcontroller parts I bought for a home automation project
that I never got off the ground. I'm trying to raise money for other
stuff. I haven't had time to mess with these, and I'm looking to get
into something more powerful to use for a robot brain, as I mentioned in
other posts. I'm offering some for free and some for sale. If you're
interested, please contact me off list.
The following are FREE to anyone who wants them. They're good parts,
but are high density surface mount components about 1/2" square with
about 100 pins each. They will be very hard to use unless you have a
specialized socket and breadboard or a high density soldering station.
Nevertheless, they might be fun to experiment with. If you get these,
I'd prefer that you don't just turn around and sell them.
I have 6 each of the following:
PIC32MX360F512L-80I/PT - 32 bit uC - 512 KB flash - 32 KB ram
PIC32MX360F256L-80I/PT - 32 bit uC - 256 KB flash - 32 KB ram
PIC24HJ256GP610-I/PF - 16 bit uC - 256 KB flash - 16 KB ram
dsPIC33FJ256MC710-I/PF 16 bit motor control digital signal controller -
256 KB flash - 30 KB ram
The following are not free, but I'll sell them at 1/2 the retail price.
* Explorer 16 Development board and power supply - retail $154 for both
- sell for $ 77
The Explorer 16 is a low cost, efficient development board to evaluate
the features and performance of Microchip's new PIC24 Microcontroller,
the dsPIC33 Digital Signal Controller (DSC) families, and the new 32-bit
PIC32MX devices. Coupled with the MPLAB ICD 2 In Circuit Debugger or
MPLAB REAL ICE, real-time emulation and debug facilities speed
evaluation and prototyping of application circuitry. The Explorer 16
100-pin features two interchangeable Plug-In Modules (PIMs), one each
for the PIC24FJ128GA010 and the dsPIC33FJ256GP710 DSC.
. Includes PIC24FJ128GA010 and the dsPIC33FJ256GP710 DSC Digital
Signal Controller PIMs (100-pin version). (plug in uC modules)
. Includes AC adapter.
. Alpha-numeric 16 x 2 LCD display
. Interfaces to MPLAB ICD 2, MPLAB REAL ICE, USB, and RS-232
. Includes Microchip's TC1047A high accuracy, analog output temperature
. Expansion connector to access full devices pin-out and bread board
* MPlab ICD 2 LE in circuit debugger. Deprecated for newer chips and
Couldn't find website. Can be used with Explorer 16 I believe.
* PIC32 USB Starter Board - Includes PIC32 chip and USB ports and cables
- retail $ 65 - sell for - $ 32
(Note the web link is to a newer version of the starter board.)
* 100L PIM Adaptor - retail $ 30 - sell for - included for free
(adaptor allows the PIC32 USB starter board to plug into the
explorer 16 board and be used as it's uC)
* 10 Mbps Ethernet Pictail board and cable - retail $ 40 - sell for $ 20
Plugs into Explorer 16 board.
* Programming 32 Bit Microcontrollers in C by Lucio Di Jasio - Book -
retail $ 45 - sell for $ 22
Parallax Propeller demo board - #32100 and AC adaptor - retail $ 60 -
sell for $ 30
Multi-core micro controller
The Propeller Demo Board demonstrates the Propeller's varied
capabilities in a compact and fun platform. You can use it to learn
Propeller programming and then develop full-blown applications which
generate video and sound, and utilize mice and keyboards. All the
requisite power supply and USB programming interface is provided for
you. Eight unused I/O pins are available for experimentation. Kit
includes Propeller Demo Board.
* P8X32A-Q44 Propeller Chip
* 24LC256-I/ST EEPROM for program storage
* Replaceable 5.000MHz crystal
* 3.3V and 5V regulators with on/off switch
* USB-to-serial interface for loading and communication
* VGA output
* TV output
* Stereo output with 16-ohm headphone amplifier
* Electret microphone input
* Two PS/2 connectors for mouse and keyboard I/O
* 8 LEDs (share VGA pins)
* Pushbutton for reset
* Big ground post for scope hookup
* I/O pins P0-P7 are free and brought out to header
* Breadboard for custom circuits
(PS - If you email me and don't get a quick response, you might want to
call on the phone. I get about 300 emails per day from alternate energy
mailing lists and such. I don't always see new messages very quickly.)
770-205-9422 (O) Leave a message.
linuxdude AT c3energy.com
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