Resources for "PWR9101 Digital Power Supply Design for the dsPIC"


Welcome to the resources page for the "PWR9101 Digital Power Supply Design for the dsPIC" class. If you choose to use your own laptop, then please follow the instructions to download and install the Software Tools and Lab Exercises. If you do not wish to use your laptop, a laptop will be provided for you as part of the class, and you can ignore the rest of the material on this page.

The MPLAB Starter Kit for Digital Power development board will be provided for you in the class for your use during the class. In addition, you will have access to oscilloscopes, meters, and any other special development tools required to complete the exercises for this class.

Software Tools

Tool About Installers
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Integrated Development Environment
C Compiler

Files to Run Hands On Exercise

File Download
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Project and Source Files

Hardware Tools

All exercises are conducted on the MPLAB Starter Kit for Digital Power which is provided as part of the class. The starter kit includes an integrated PICkit onboard programmer/debugger, so no additional development tools are required.

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