PIC exercising board:


Year: 2004.



As you can see, this is very simple and very ugly. Very home-made.J   But it has fitted the requirements.


I made it at home, for exercising the PIC programming. (against to forget)


Main parts:

-the PIC in a socket

-I2C LCD (from an old cellphone)

-keypad matrix, printed on the PCB.

-serial port

-extension connector

-one LED and one pushbutton


There is an IC socket in the circuit, which is compatible with several types of PIC microcontrollers. I tried the PIC16F877 and the PIC18F452