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The MicroMite LCD BackPack version 2 builds on the success of the extremely popular MicroMite LCD BackPack. Now with the ability to control the backlight brightness via software (PWM); however, its main new feature is an on-board MicroBridge circuit meaning it has a built-in USB interface; as well as having the ability to reprogram the MMBASIC firmware whenever new versions are released. This truly is a future-proof design at a fantastically low cost.

This is the PCB only. A complete kit, and also fully assembled modules, are available upon request.


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The MicroMite LCD BackPack combines a full colour touch-sensitive LCD panel with a low-cost 32-bit microcontroller running MMBASIC.

It packs an incredible amount of power at an amazingly cheap price and opens up a world of possibilities for your next project . . . .

In stock (and by popular demand) is a BackPack Module without TFT.

NOTE: A Version 2 PCB is now available incorporating three main new additions: 1> A built-in USB interface, 2> A built-in firmware programmer, 3> Software controllable (PWM) backlight brightness


This version of the MicroMite LCD BackPack kit EXCLUDES the TFT – ideal if you already have your own ILI9341 Touch TFT screen.

NOTE: A Version 2 PCB is now available incorporating three main new additions: 1> A built-in USB interface, 2> A built-in firmware programmer, 3> Software controllable (PWM) backlight brightness



This kit allows you to build the Plug-In Development Module which has been specifically designed for use with the Micromite Keyring Computer. The Development Module allows you to easily connect a PC (or Mac) via USB enabling you to program the Micromite Keyring Computer. When using a Windows PC, the Development Module also allows you to update the MMBASIC Firmware, hence making everything future-proof.

Along with the accompanying Micromite Keyring Computer, these two kits are perfect for learning the many features of the MMBASIC programming language.


The Explore 28 Module is a fully self contained tiny computer requiring just a single mini-USB cable to connect it to a computer. A VT-100 compatible terminal emulator (such as TeraTerm) can then be used to talk to the module, to enter MMBASIC programs, and to view output.

Complete with an onboard ‘MicroBridge’ circuit allowing you to easily upgrade the MMBASIC firmware via USB. This ensures you always have the latest features without the need of any specialist PIC programmer.

 


This kit allows you to build your very own MicroMite Keyring Computer as featured in EPE magazine’s monthly column, ‘Make it with Micromite‘. The Micromite Keyring Computer (MKC) will be used in the series throughout 2019 on a journey of exploration showing you just how easy it is to use the Micromite in your own projects.

Along with the accompanying Development Module, the MKC is ideal for learning the many features of the MMBASIC programming language.

An optional case (and optional silicone sleeve), are also available to complete the MKC into a very professional looking DIY product.



The NanoMite is finally here – a fully functional MicroMite in the footprint of a tiny 8-pin DIL package. Designed to be used in projects where you only need a few I/O pins (maximum 6) but still want to code in the extremely easy, yet powerful, MMBasic.

This is another fantastic design from Mick Gulovsen, a regular contributor to The BackShed Forum, and designer of many other excellent MicroMite products.


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This highly desired new MicroMite MkII offers over double the memory of the original MicroMite; and comes pre-loaded with the latest version of MMBasic.


This kit comprises of a Pre-Programmed PIC32MX150F128B 28-pin DIP Microcontroller and the required capacitor.



Everything is included in this kit (apart from a computer!) to enable a beginner to start exploring the exciting world of the MicroMite.
This kit includes three different coloured LEDs to recreate colourful ‘Hello World’ projects.


A very handy 28-pin MicroMite PCB with dedicated connectors for up to four external I2C devices. This design has been created by Mick Gulovsen, a regular member of The BackShed forum.

 


An unpopulated PCB to build a Z-cards 28-pin Prototype MicroMite Module. This development board, rich in hardware features, is based on a Powerful PIC32 micro controller containing the MMBasic interpreter. The ability to write programs in MMBasic makes programming very easy. Once built, you will be controlling external hardware in just minutes from powering up.



This is the PIC32 MicroController that the older MK1 28-pin MicroMite is based upon. It is supplied with MMBasic pre-installed.

The newer MK2 28pin MicroMite uses the PIC2MX170 32 bit PIC.

Note: This is only the PIC32 MicroController. A suitable 47uF capacitor will also be required to convert this into a functioning 28-pin MicroMite.


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