Power Target From PICkit 3


Select PICkit 3 under Categories.


Select Power from the Options Categories combo box


Check the box if you want the PICkit 3 to provide power to the target circuit.


If you have chosen to power your target from the PICkit 3 above, select a voltage level from the list that the PICkit 3 should provide to the target.

The PICkit 3 In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer is powered through its USB connection. The target board is powered from its own supply. Alternatively, the PICkit 3 can power it only if the target consumes less than 30 mA.

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