This is for a Fully Assembled Module.
It performs two main functions:
- 1> A USB-to-Serial convertor – providing a link between your computer and a MicroMite
- 2> A PIC32 programmer – allowing you to update the MMBASIC firmware in your MicroMite without the need for expensive programmers
It can also power your MicroMite when the USB lead is plugged into a Computer or USB PSU.
Need to add video output and/or a keyboard to your next MicroMite project? Would you like a low cost way to Program & Debug a MicroMite without the need for a computer? Geoff Graham’s single-chip ASCII Video Terminal will give you all these capabilities, and more. This low-cost pre-programmed PIC32MX250F128B-I/SP is what you need (along with a handful of other readily available components) to make a very versatile module. Simply hook up a monitor (VGA or composite) and also a PS/2 keyboard. For more detailed information click here.
If you need to add text to your MicroMite project then this LCD is the perfect choice. Comprising of 2 lines with 16 characters per line, it has white characters on a blue background. This LCD needs just six connections to a MicroMite along with a 5V supply.
A single MMBasic command fully configures the LCD. To display text or data anywhere on the display you use another single MMBasic command making the addition of text to your project a very simple task.
With this waterproof sensor your MicroMite can easily read the temperature of liquids. It is waterproof, moisture-proof and anti-rust. A DS18B20 is encapsulated within the high-quality stainless steel tube. A MicroMite requires just a single I/O pin and uses two simple commands to read the temperature from this sensor in degrees C.