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A MicroMite pin can safely output a maximum of 10mA. If a device requires more than 10mA (such as an Infra Red LED transmitter, a buzzer, a relay) then you can use this low-cost NPN transistor to deliver the necessary power.


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An extremely reliable 5v to 3v3 LDO voltage regulator capable of supplying 250mA. Used in MicroMites, MaxiMites and add-on modules to convert 5V into the required 3.3V.


A high quality, unpopulated PCB used to assemble the official 44-pin MicroMite Module.



A high quality prototyping breadboard; perfect when building circuits for the 28-pin MicroMite.


A high quality prototyping breadboard; perfect when building circuits for the 28-pin MicroMite.


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The perfect 47uF capacitor required to complete a successful MicroMite circuit.



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.


This genuine MicroChip PicKit3 Programmer & Debugging tool is essential if you need to load MMBasic onto a blank PIC32 MicroController; or if you are needing to update to a future version of MMBasic firmware.



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