The PicProtoBoard 32-bit STARTER Kit includes:

  • PicProtoBoard
  • Original Microchip PICKIT3 + USB cable
  • 32MX Adapter complete with PIC32MX130F064D 44PIN TQFP
  • 65pcs solderless flexible breadboard wires
  • MINI KIT (a set of devices useful to setup your testing environment)

The kit is intended for those who do not have a programmer/debugger.

PicProtoBoard 32-bit STARTER Kit

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shopping cart 50x50pic32mx130f064d 100x60The PicProtoBoard 32-bit STARTER Kit costs: 89.90€


The PicProtoBoard:

  • does not need an external power supply (it is powered from a free USB port of your PC)
  • does not need soldering to setup the test environment
  • does not need a debug header for the PIC
  • lets you to choose the PIC Vdd: 5V, 3.3V or 1.8V
  • works with the PICKIT2PICKIT3ICD2ICD3 and REAL-ICE
  • works with any PIC16F and PIC18FDIP 40 Pin family with pin-out compatible with the PIC16F887 or PIC18F45K20 (see the technical specifications for the full compatibility list)
  • by means of the 32MX Adapter, works with any PIC32MX TQFP 44 pin with pinout compatible with the PIC32MX130F64D (see the technical specifications for the full compatibility list)
  • is quite small: 180x205x25 mm (HxWxH)

The wide bread-boarding area (1480 points) lets you to quickly set-up the desired testing environment.

A set of 65 pcs Male to Male Solderless Flexible Breadboard Wires in different colors and lengths is provided with the board.

To power the PicProtoBoard you just need a spare USB cable (A, B or mini Plug) and a free USB port on your computer.
Otherwise you can power the board with an external power supply 7 to 15VDC.

The on-board Output LED, Reference Potentiometer and Pushbutton help for preliminary testing.


Turn your 8-bit PicProtoBoard into a 32-bit PicProtoBoard:

32mx ab 1600x1200 32MX ADAPTERshopping cart 50x50 details button 1

Provided with the PIC32MX130F064D or without MCU so as to let you install the 44pin TQFP PIC that you prefer.




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