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- New tool chains for ARM Cortex-M3 & M4 from mikroElektronika
MikroElektronika has announced its brand new tool chains for ARM Cortex-M3 microcontrollers: mikroC, -Pascal -Basic Pro for ARM. After months of hard work, we end this fantastic year with another great set of products. Exactly as scheduled the new ARM compilers have arrived! Initially, we supported ARM Cortex-M3 familly, and we added support for 171 Texas Instruments Stellaris microcontrollers. Other families and manufacturers are to be introduced with each new release. We have included over ...
- mikroElektronika releases new dsPIC/PIC24 compilers v6.2.0
Continuing on mikroProg™ update, we present you the new release of dsPIC compilers for mikroBasic , mikroPascal , and mikroC v6.2.0. To begin with, a total of 59 new devices are supported, specifically, new PIC24 and dsPIC33 families from “EP’, “F0” ,“F1”, ”FJ”, “FV” and “EP” series. You'll also get a huge set of libraries and functions for the newly added chips, because the way we look at it, support alone isn't ...
- Programmer and in-circuit debugger mikroElektronika PICFlash2
PICFlash2 is a programmer and in-circuit debugger for the PIC12F, PIC16F and PIC18F microcontrollers. When connected to a prototype device, programmer becomes IN-SYSTEM programmer. With ZIF socket, it becomes a standard programmer used for high volume production. One of the possibilities for connecting PICFlash to a microcontroller is via an IDC10 connector. Look at the picture on the right side. All you have to do is to put one 2×5 connector between microcontroller and other parts of ...
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