NOTE: LCD, GLCD, Touch Panel, Serial Cable and Pencil are not included in the price!
EasyLV-18F v6 is used to design PIC18J or PIC18K microcontroller-based devices.
On-board USB 2.0 programmer is used to program PIC18FxxJxx and PIC18FxxKxx microcontrollers.
mikroICD is a hardware tool designed for testing and debugging programs on PIC microcontrollers.
Built-in Piezo buzzer is used for emitting audio signals.
Serial COG Display that uses SPI interface is available for displaying text messages.
On-board Touch Screen controller with a Touch Panel connector.
16-bit I/O port expander MCP23S17 that uses SPI communication.
Serial RAM module is used as addtitional memory storage providing fast read/write operations.
Serial EEPROM module is used to store up to 1Kbit of data.
RS-232 communication with a PC or an MCU is performed via DB9 connector and MAX232 level converter.
System can be configured by means of DIP switches. Each DIP switch configures one part of the system.
On-board voltage regulator is used to reduce power supply voltage from 5V to 3.3V.
The system supports MCUs in DIP40, DIP28 and DIP20 packages. It comes with a PIC18F45K20.
Potentiometer is used for testing multiple A/D conversions. Inputs can be configured via the on-board jumper.
USB or External power supply source is selected by moving a jumper. Power supply switch turns the system on/off.
External ICD Connector is used for connecting external programmer or debugger. Jumpers are used for pin selection.
All MCU pins are connected to the IDC10 connectors for further expansion.
35 LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are used to indicate the logic state of all microcontroller pins.
On-board jumpers are used for pull-up/pull-down port configuration. These jumpers are available for all pins.
35 push buttons are used to excite microcontroller’s digital inputs.
DIP switch is used to separate port pins from pull-up/pull-down resistors.
Very fast, on-board USB 2.0 programmer with mikroICD. There is no need for connecting the external programmer.
LCD can be easily connected to the board via the on-board connector that is also connected to MCU pins.
GLCD Contrast Potentiometer is used for adjusting display contrast.
Touch Screen can be connected to the board via the Touch screen connector. There is also a Touch Screen controller.
USB UART module features the FT232RL interface between a USB device and the microcontroller.
Quartz Crystal is replaceable. The MCU pins can also be configured via jumpers as I/O or OSC pins.
4×4 and Menu keypads allow efficient entry of numeric data and other characters as well.
MCU pins are marked on the back of the board. These marks give basic information on the pins.
Voltage level to be applied when a button is pressed (GND or +3.3V) is selected via the on-board jumper.
USB communication connectors are available for microcontrollers with USB facilities.
Reset circuit is used to reset the microcontroller. It is connected to the MCLR pin of the microcontroller.
Graphic LCD is connected directly to microcontroller pins. Connection is available via pinout connectors.
2×16 Character COG Display is used for displaying text messages. It is connected via SPI.
16-bit I/O port expander MCP23S17 enables you to add more inputs or outputs.
Piezzo Buzzer is capable of emitting audio signals with frequency range between 20Hz and 20Khz.
Serial EEPROM Module 24AA01 uses I2C communication and can store up to 1Kbit of data.
64 Kbit SRAM module 23K640 with SPI interface enables you to add more external RAM to your application device.
Temperature sensor DS1820 measures temperature from -55Â°C to 125Â°C.
On-Board Programmer and In-Circuit Debugger
3 in 1 Development System – Development System + On-Board USB 2.0 programmer + On-Board mikroICD (In-Circuit Debugger): mikroICD is a highly effective tool for Real-Time debugging at hardware level. It enables you to execute mikroC, mikroPascal and mikroBasic programs on a host PIC18J or PIC18K MCU and monitor variables values, Special Function Registers (SFRs), RAM and EEPROM memory modules while the program is running. There is also an ultra fast USB 2.0 programmer that supports a wide range of PIC18J and PIC18K MCUs.
Windows® Certified Drivers
Drivers for the on-board programmer are Microsoft® Windows® XP, Windows® Vista and Windows® 7 certified. The Windows certificate is a proof that the programmer supports mentioned Windows operating systems and is immediately recognized by the system, which guarantees correct Plug and Play functionality. Driver certification provides users with a wide range of benefits such as stable functioning, the ability to install and delete drivers without rebooting and compatibility with future versions of Windows.
The EasyLV-18F v6 development system supports a wide range of PIC18FxxJxx and PIC18FxxKxx MCUs. Newly released PIC MCUs will be supported by a new version of Lv18PICFlash software that is updated regularly. Here is a list of MCUs supported by EasyLV-18F v6:
Examples provided with this development system will show you how to connect PIC18FxxJxx and PIC18FxxKxx microcontrollers to other peripheral components or devices and how to develop your prototype devices easily. Each example contains a detailed description of the relevant program including comments. All these examples can be downloaded from this page as well.
7seg displays in multiplex mode.
A/D conversion and displaying conversion results on LCD.
A/D conversion and displaying conversion results on LEDs in binary format.
A/D conversion and sending conversion results via USART.
Timer 0 and time measuring.
Measuring temperature with DS1820 and displaying results on LCD.
Examples of SPI communication.
Examples of CAN communication.
Examples of Sound generation.
Sending and receiving data over Ethernet.
Sending and receiving data over SPI Ethernet.
Interrupt on port B state change.
Detection of button pressed on 4×4 and Menu keypads.
Displaying text on LCD.
LED blinking on port B.
Displaying text and images on Graphic LCD.
Examples of I2C communication.
Examples of RS485 communication.
Examples of sending and receiving data using Manchester Code.
Examples of Sinusoid generation.
Examples for SPI Graphic LCD.
Examples for SPI Port Expander.
Sending and receiving data over SPI Ethernet.
Touch Screen demonstration example.
Measuring temperature with DS1820 and sending data to a PC via serial communication.
Sending data to a PC via serial communication.
Creating delay with timer 0.
Creating delay with timer 1.
Creating delay with timer 2.
Sending data from PS/2 keyboard.
One-wire communication with temperature sensor.
Reading date and time from PCF8583 Real Time Clock.
Examples of reading and writing data to MMC and CF cards.
Examples for Toshiba T6963 Graphic LCD.
The EasyLV-18F v6 development system is packed in the protective box along with the relevant documentation and product CD. This box is very resistant to all kinds of damages and shocks. Note: LCD, GLCD, Touch Panel, Serial Cable and Pencil are not included in the price. The package contains:
EasyLV-18F v6 development system.
CD with software, drivers and examples in C, BASIC and Pascal.
This product is shipped with fully functional demo versions of mikroC PRO for PIC, mikroBasic PRO for PIC and mikroPascal PRO for PIC compilers. All demo versions include a hex output limited to 2k of program words. These compilers come with examples for easy prototype development.