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Basys MX3 PIC32MX Trainer Board

₹ 11,500.00

The Basys MX3 is a true MCU trainer board designed from the ground up around the teaching experience. Featuring the PIC32MX370 from Microchip plus an exhaustive set of peripherals, students gain exposure to a wide range of embedded systems related concepts while using a professional grade tool set. Accompanied by free and open-source coursework, including 7 in-depth teaching units and 15 complete labs, the Basys MX3 is a versatile MCU trainer board ideal for teaching introductory embedded systems courses. Processor/IC: Microchip PIC32MX370F512L Microcontroller MIPS32® M4K® core runs up to 96 MHz using onboard 8 MHz oscillator 512 KB of Program Flash Memory 12KB of Boot Flash Memory 128 KB of SRAM Four Direct Memory Access (DMA) Modules Two SPI, Two I²C, and Five UART serial interfaces Parallel Master Port (PMP) for graphics interfaces Five 16-bit Timers/Counters Five Input Capture Modules Five Output Compare Modules 85 I/O pins 54 pins support Peripheral Pin Select (PPS) for function remapping Software Designed for use with MPLAB X IDE System Features 4 MB SPI Flash Onboard USB UART (USB Micro cable required, NOT INCLUDED) Supports baud rates up to 1.25 MBaud Powered from USB or 5 V external power source Standard barrel jack for 2.0 mm internal-diameter plug No jumper select required System Connectivity USB-UART Bridge Interaction and Sensory Devices 8 Slide Switches 5 Buttons 1 Reset Button 8 LEDs 1 RGB LED Onboard 3-axis, 12-bit accelerometer Programmable Motion Detection I2C Interface with Programmable Interrupt Onboard FIR-compatible IrDA Module Built-in Remote Control Transmission Function Supports speeds up to 4 Mbps Onboard Audio Input and Output MEMS Microphone with Adjustable Gain Thumbwheel potentiometer for adjusting mic volume PWM driven mono audio output with onboard speaker Thumbwheel potentiometer for adjusting speaker volume 3.5 mm jack for line out connection to external amplifier/speaker system Onboard Displays 2x16 LCD Character Display with LED backlight 4-Digit Seven Segment Display with red LEDs Motor Control Onboard Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver Supports up to two 1.5 A Brushed DC Motors or one stepper motor Supports motor voltages up to 11 V Terminal block provides easy connection to motors 2 Servo Connectors Analog Input Control (AIC) Thumbwheel potentiometer for varying analog input between 0 to 3.3 V Two wire loops for ground and AIC Expansion Connectors Two 2×6 Pmod host ports SPI, UART, GPIO, PWM, analog in Terminal block for two DC motors or one stepper motor Two R/C servo connectors One I²C connector Debugging On-board 30-pin Analog Discovery 2 connector On-board USB programmer/debugger Program/debug the PIC32MX370 directly from MPLAB / MPLABX Support 7 free and open-source teaching units complete with 15 labs Enough content to support one to two semesters of undergraduate embedded systems coursework

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