All YOU need to SUCCEED developing PIC Microcontroller Projects with PIC Microcontroller Board

The purpose of this web site is to provide valuable time-saving information on how to design and master YOUR OWN PIC microcontroller projects using EduPIC microcontroller board.
This web site gives you hands-on direction for putting MICROCHIP PIC microcontrollers to work using the development tools.

What can you find on this web site?

You can find useful information that includes the following:

  • How to download, install, and customize the MPLAB IDE to work with HI-TECH C compiler
  • How to program PIC microcontroller using PIC programmer
  • PIC microcontroller tutorials
  • Compiler Errors and the solutions
  • PIC microcontroller project ideas
  • Microcontroller board that can be used for science, engineering, senior design, and graduation projects

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EDUPIC Microcontroller Board
EduPIC microcontroller board with PIC programmer.

EduPIC - The Microcontroller Board
The EduPIC development/demonstration board is designed for HANDS ON learning EXPERINCE. The microcontroller board is used to program Microchip PIC microcontrollers.

Development Tools for the Microcontroller Systems
Developing PIC microcontroller based projects involves the use of a range of development tools. Here you can find an explanation of the different components play together...

PIC microcontroller tutorial
PIC microcontroller is very convenient choice to get started with a microcontroller projects. Here you will find an introduction to PIC microcontrollers, theoretical background, and ideas for projects

ICP2 - USB PIC programmer
The ICP2 PIC programmer will allow the user to program Microchip PICmicro® microcontroller (MCU) devices when the devices are already installed in the development board.

LCD - Liquid Crystal Display
LCD - Liquid Crystal Display with Hitachi HD44780 controller

PIC interrupt tutorial
Interrupt is the signal sent to the PIC microcontroller to mark the event that requires immediate attention. Interrupt is "requesting" the processor to stop to perform the current program and to "make time" to execute a special code.

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