PIC32MM Curiosity Development Board
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The PIC32MM Curiosity Development Board uses a PIC32MM0064GPL036 microcontroller. It has a MikroBus® expansion socket to add click boards™ from MicroElektronika. It also has a reset button, two general purpose push buttons, a Red/Green/Blue (RGB) LED, two general purpose indicator LEDs, and an analog potentiometer. Two female header strips provide access to the microcontroller I/O pins.

This board has an on-board programmer/debugger. No external programmer/debugger (e.g., ICD4) is required.

Quick start guide (description & schematics) and software examples:

 
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