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Microchip® dsPIC33 digital signal controller (dsPIC33FJ128MC706A)

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Microchip® dsPIC33 digital signal controller (dsPIC33FJ128MC706A)
2 x 12-pin Pmod™ headers
1 x 6-pin Pmod™ header
1 x USB port for programming / debugging
1 x CAN port
2 x I2C daisy chain connectors
8 x RC servo connectors
Program using MPLAB via onboard programming circuit
  • Four 24V/5A Half Bridge circuits with current and voltage feedback and provision for over-current interrupt
  • Power supply voltage up to 24V
  • 5V/4A switching power supply
  • Integrated programming/debugging circuit
  • One CAN network interface
  • Three Pmod connectors for Digilent Pmod™ peripheral modules
  • Eight RC servo connectors
  • Two I2C daisy chain connectors
The Cerebot MC7 board is a microcontroller development board based on a Microchip dsPIC 16-bit Digital Signal Controller. 

The Cerebot MC7 is primarily intended to be used as a controller for electro-mechanical devices such as DC motors. The microcontroller used, a dsPIC33FJ128MC706A, is a member of a dsPIC family optimized for motor control applications. 

The Cerebot MC7 provides four Half-Bridge circuits that are rated for 24V at up to 5A. Each of these Half Bridge circuits is connected to the dsPIC A/D converter to measure voltage and current for closed loop feedback control. These half bridges can be used to control two brushed DC motors, two bi-polar stepper motors, one brushless DC motor, one uni-polar stepper motor. In addition, the board can be used to implement controllers for switched DC-DC converters. 

The Cerebot MC7 works with the Microchip MPLAB® development environment and provides built in programming and debugging support within the MPLAB IDE.