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PIC Proto Board

Can Use With Tyco Snaptrack

Tyco Snaptrack

Manufacturer     Data Sync Engineering
Model     PIC Prototyping Board
Price     $ 8.00
Shipping     $ 2.00 First board
    $ 0.50 Each additional

Prototyping Board For PIC Microcontrollers

This is a general purpose prototyping board that can be used for most 18-pin or 8-pin PIC micro devices. Includes on board circuitry for a power jack, LM7805 regulator, LED power indicator, crystal or 3-pin ceramic resonator, reset button, 8 or 18-pin IC socket and pads for an uncomitted DB9 connector. The reset circuit has jumper positions for 8 or 18 pin processors or can be excluded for MCLR pins that have I/O capability. All 18-pins are available at connector position J3.

Suitable for all 8 or 18-pin Microchip PIC microcontrollers including the PIC12C508, PIC12C509, PIC12CE518, PIC12CE519, PIC12C671, PIC12C672, PIC12CE673, PIC12CE674, PIC12F629, PIC12F635, PIC12F675, PIC12F683, PIC16C52, PIC16C54, PIC16C56, PIC16C58, PIC16C554, PIC16C558, PIC16C61, PIC16C620, PIC16C621, PIC16C622, PIC16C71, PIC16C710, PIC16C711, PIC16C712, PIC16C715, PIC16C716, PIC16C717, PIC16C84, PIC16CE623, PIC16CE624, PIC16CE625, PIC16F627, PIC16F628, PIC16F648, PIC16F83, PIC16F84, PIC16F818, PIC16HV540, PIC18F1220, PIC18F1320 plus others.

This is a high quality two-sided FR4-062 SMOBC prototyping board with plated through holes and silk screened component positions. FR4 material is a highly flame resistant composite of a resin epoxy reinforced with a woven fiberglass mat and is widely used to build high-end consumer, industrial, and military electronic equipment.

Overall board size is 3" x 4" with a 24 x 21 prototyping area (504 holes). The board has six mounting holes allowing the processor section to be cut off from the prototyping area and re-used for other projects. The 3" board height was engineered for use with the Tyco TK2 Snaptrack nonconductive PVC mounting system allowing easy PC board snap in and removal (see photo).

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