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Cerebot 32MX4

Microchip® PIC32MX460F512L 32-bit MIPS processor
8 x 12-pin Pmod™ headers
1 x 6-pin Pmod™ header
8 x R/C servo connectors
USB port
2 x SPI ports
2 x I2C ports
Program using MPLAB via onboard programming circuit

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  • 80 MHz 32-bit MIPS processor
  • 512K Flash, 32K RAM
  • USB Program / Debug Interface
  • USB OTG Host/Device Capable
  • USB Powered
  • 16 channel, 10-bit, 500ksps A/D converter
  • Five 16-bit timers with 5 input capture and 5 PWM outputs
  • Onboard Buttons and LEDs
  • All I/Os ESD & Short-Circuit protected

The Digilent Cerebot™ 32MX4 Board is a powerful microcontroller development board suitable for embedded control and robotics projects for both students and hobbyists. 

The Cerebot 32MX4 features one of the new Microchip® PIC32™ microcontrollers. The PIC32 provides a 32-bit MIPS processor core operating at 80Mhz, 512K bytes of program FLASH and 32K bytes of RAM memory and numerous peripheral devices, including a USB controller, timer/counters, serial interface controllers, A/D converter and more. The board has numerous I/O connectors and power supply options, including USB power. It also has a built in programming and debug circuit compatible with the Microchip MPLAB development software. 

The Cerebot 32MX4 has a nine connectors for Digilent Pmod™ peripheral modules. Digilent Pmods include H-bridges, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, a speaker, switches, buttons, LEDs, as well as converters for easy connection to RS232, screw terminals, BNC jacks, servo motors, and more. 

Kit contents:
  • Cerebot 32MX4 board
  • USB A -> micro B cable
  • Resource CD containing MPLAB IDE and an evaluation MPLAB C-Compiler

There are two UART signal pin assignment conventions in use on Digilent products. This product uses the old signal assignment convention. Connecting a product using the old convention with one using the new convention requires the use of a Digilent Pmod Crossover Cable. Click here for a more detailed explanation.