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Description: PICAXE 28 pin microcontroller chip. Enhanced PICAXE28 chips with 8x memory and many additional features such as I2C bus support. Part # : AXE010x2.

PICAXE is a neat entry-level microcontroller system that is relatively cheap to get started with. The chip is programmed with a simple serial connection and the BASIC development environment is free! PICAXE has some excellent educational applications and support, and is a great entryway into more complicated embedded systems. If you’re look for a place to start with microcontrollers, PICAXE is a great way to go!


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Customer Comments

  • revolution should start using an open-source bootloader.

  • Hmmm, might use this in a Snake game with the small LED Matrix…

  • I use this in the surface mount package, and would love a US supplier! Once I learned to hand-solder SOIC’s, DIP’s are just too big.

  • Nice, and it has a lot of PWMs :)

  • Hmm. in the picture its the PIC18F25k22, but I got the older PIC18F2520. What happened? i there a mix in the stock or something?

  • From the data sheet:
    IMPORTANT NOTE - this manual describes use of the standard range (3-5V) parts. The X2 parts are also available in special low power (1.8V to 3.3V) variants. Use of a 5V supply on a 3.3V part will permanently damage it!
    Which one is this?

    • Acording to the PIC in the image, this is the 5V version.

      • This is the universal voltage, 5v, 3v3 are no longer in production (according to Picaxe). PIC in image is universal.

        • True! This is the universal voltage version 28X2 chip (based on the PIC18F25K22). The AXE010X2-5V was replaced by this chip. I wanted to add you can buy the PICAXE-28X2 micro (3V) off the picaxe site.

  • Is this really the 28X2 chip?

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