P/N 905173 (discontinued)

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Designed specifically to support Educators in teaching embedded control design, this module is pre-wired and ready to be used in the lab to demonstrate subroutines, port configuration, interrupts, storing/retrieving of data, display driving, keypad interfacing, analog-to-digital conversion, encoders, temperature sensing and more. 

Students focus on the content of the lab assignment rather than locating parts or equipment just to get started with their lab. 

The cost effective module comes complete with a PIC16F874 microcontroller (including demo software), 4 MHz crystal, keyboard and 2 x 16 LCD display, 8 LEDs, 3 Potentiometers, bread boarding area, regulated power supply and more (external power source required, 8-12 VDC @200 ma or use Power PAK from PIC Start Plus or  9V battery).

Also includes a RS-232 serial interface,ICD (In Circuit Debugger) interface and Memory. It can be used as a stand-alone module or installed in the Diversified Engineering Design Center which provides expanded breadboard area, instruments and peripheral devices.


Differences between Ed board II and Ed board PLUS CAN


Click Here for  Ed Board II support files (software,manuals,etc)

Click here to see sample Lab Projects and Outlines

Also Available is our Whole Course Solution


* 3 Potentiometers on A/D inputs

* ENTER button 

* 8 LED s 

* RESET (MCLR) button

* 12 key matrix keypad

* Zero insertion force Microcontroller socket

* All port pins accessible

* Polarity protected regulated power supply

* Temperature Sensor

* Encoder Emulator w/ Inc.-Dec buttons

* 2 x 16 LCD display * Socket to add SPI or I2C memory

* 16F874 Flash Microcontroller

*  Demo Program in microcontroller

Part No: 905501

In Circuit Debugger Module/Cord
(Cord w/ electronics pak for connecting Education Board to PC to allow in circuit debugging  and programming using Microchip MP-LAB software)


Price: $86

Part No: 905530

Power Pak
(Power supply for Education Board for 120 VAC input)


Price: $18

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