A Microcontroller is a type of micro-processor emphasizing high integration, low power consumption, self-sufficiency and cost effectiveness. The microcontroller design integrates additional elements such as Read-write memory for Data storage.
Read-only memory, Peripheral devices, and input/output interfaces. At clock speeds of as little as a few MHz or even lower, Microcontrollers often operate at very low speed compared to modern day microprocessors, but this is adequate for typical applications.
By reducing the size, cost, and power consumption compared to a design using separate Microprocessor, Memory, and Input/Output devices, Microcontrollers make it economical to electronically control many more
processes. Microcontroller Trainer Kits are accompanied by exhaustive manual with sufficient sample programs to study different features of Microcontrollers.
– 80196KB/80196KC/8051 CPU operating at 12 MHz.
– 16K bytes of RAM using two nos. of 6264 with Battery Backup using NICD Battery, Memory Expandable up to 64K.
– 16K bytes of powerful monitor EPROM using 27512.
– 24 I/O lines using 8255 brought at 26 Pins FRC Connector to interface with IC-XX Series.
– RS-232c interface using Rx/Tx.
– Eight Digital Seven Segment Display with 25 Keys hex keyboard using 8279.
– On-chip 8 Channel 10 bit ADC.
– On-chip PWM.
– On-chip High speed I/O.
– On-chip Interrupt.
– Two modes of operation:
– Keyboard Mode.
– Serial Mode.
– Cross assembler software for 80196.
– Powerful Commands like Examine/Edit Memory, Examine/Edit Register, Single stepping, Execution can be used through hex keyboard or PC serial mode.
– Facility for Downloading/Uploading files from/to PC.
– All Address, Data, Control & Port lines are available on 40 Pins & 20 Pins FRC Connector.
– All ICS are mounted on IC Sockets.
– Bare board Tested Glass Epoxy SMOBC PCB is used.
– In-Built Power Supply of +5V/1.5A, ±12V/250mA
– User’s Manual with sample programs