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.
Piggy Bag Module
– Piggy Bag Philips 89C51RD2 or 89S61X2 series,
– Piggy Bag Microchip PIC16F877
– 6 Digit Seven Segment Displays
– 16×2 Alphanumeric LCD Display with backlit.
– 4×4 Keys Keyboard Matrix.
– On-board ISP Programmer for Piggy Bag Modules
– 12 Nos. of EWSN Status LED.
– 8 bit ADC using ADC 0804
– 8 bit DAC using DAC0800
– Four Data Switches
– 8 way DIP Switch Array
– Stepper Motor Controller with 0.25kgcm Stepper Motor (Optional)
All ports of Piggy Bag Module is available on two 26 pin FRC Polarized connector
– Cross ‘C’ COMPILER for 8051 Family (Optional)
– Cross ‘C’ COMPILER for PIC MICROCHIP Family (Optional)
Two 26pin FRC Polarized Connector and Cable
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