This is a stripped down version of our fully featured 44-pin MicroMite Module. The DIP package provides a convenient way to connect to all 33 I/Os when using a breadboard. Alternatively it may be embedded into your own through-hole PCB design. Mounted on the 68mm x 22mm high quality PCB is a pre-programmed PIC32 micro controller (and all the required capacitors) to make a functioning MicroMite. A 3v3 power source is required along with a USB-to-Serial Module to allow programming & debugging. This is the cheapest way to start exploring the 44-pin MicroMite.
Other components can be added to provide any combination of the following: ICSP connector, reset switch, MPU power LED (Contact Us for prices)
This 44-pin MicroMite PCB is the latest development from Z-cards (aka Lou & Zonker from the BackShedForum). If you want to experiment with the various hardware capabilities of the MicroMite then this is the perfect PCB to purchase. You will be required to solder SMDs. Alternatively, Contact Us if you would like the MicroMite pre-soldered (and for other part-assembled options).
A KIT version of our very popular MkII 44-pin MicroMite Module. Once built, this MicroMite Module gives you access to the full set of 33 I/Os all controlled by easy MMBasic commands.
NOTE: This kit contains mainly surface mount components and therefore the ability to solder SMDs is required to assemble this kit.
This official 44-pin MicroMite Module gives you access to the full set of 33 I/Os all controlled by easy MMBasic commands. Simply plug in a single USB lead to connect it to your computer and immediately start exploring the world of the MicroMite.
Suitable for everyone, from absolute beginner, to seasoned professional engineer.
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.