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Replacement: None. We are no longer carrying this PIC dev board in our catalog. This page is for reference only.

Description: Prototype board for 28 pin PIC microcontrollers with power supply circuit, 20MHz crystal oscillator circuit, RS232 port, ICSP/ICD programming port.


  • FR-4, 1.5 mm (0,062"), green solder mask, white silkscreen component print
  • Dimensions 100x80 mm (3,9x3,15")
  • Four mounting holes
  • Power plug-in jack
  • ICSP/ICD connector for programming with PIC Programmers and Debuggers (for PICs with ICD support)
  • Voltage regulator +5V, 78L05 and filtering capacitors
  • LED to RA0 through jumper
  • Quartz crystal oscillator circuit - 20Mhz
  • DIL28 microcontroller socket
  • RS232 DB9 female connector
  • RS232 MAX232 interface circuit with Tx, Rx, CTS, DTR/RTS signals
  • Extension slot on every uC pin
  • Grid 100 mils
  • GND bus
  • Vcc bus


Comments 6 comments

  • does it work well with the 18F* series controller?

  • Instructions on wiring up the serial port are wrong.
    Correct instructions are:
    Solder 2 wires:
    1/ ( PIC Pin 17 ) RC6 / TX1 to PCB label RX ( MAX232 Pin 10 )
    2/ ( PIC Pin 18 ) RC7 / RX1 to PCB label TX ( MAX232 Pin 12 )

  • Hiii!!hello! simply a question, any idea when the 28 pin development systems are going to be out of stock?
    Thanks a lot!!

  • Check your PIC before ordering, there is no way this board will work with all of them.
    The PIC24HJ, for instance, has power (and ICSP, and everything else) on different pins.

  • Even better than I expected. The only thing that held me up for a little bit was that you have to manually hook up the UART to the RS232 IC. Works perfectly with the PIC-PG1 Serial Port Programmer.

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