Using one of the most popular styles of microcontrollers, this brainboard add-on replaces the standard discrete-logic brain with an established, powerful microcontroller! For use on select products.
Intermediate Robot Building by David Cook covers all aspects of robot building, from mechanical, to electronics, to microcontroller selection
A full featured 18-pin PIC development platform with all the circuitry required by the PICmicro MCU to operate, plus 5-volt power supply, oscillator, reset circuit, an RS-232 serial port, basic analog and digital I/O and a 20 character x 2 line LCD display.
123 PIC Microcontroller Experiments for the Evil Genius is a excellent starting resource for anyone interested in the PIC Microcontroller.
Making PIC-based Laboratory Instruments and Controllers by Harprit Singh Sandhu is hands on tutorial and resource book that teaches you how to build your own interfaces.
Running motors with PIC microcontrollers is a hands on tutorial on running all sorts of small motors with PICBasic and PIC Microcontrollers.
The 28 Pin SOIC Adapter lets you program 28-pin SOIC package PICmicros.
The 8-Pin and 14-Pin N-SOIC Adapter gives you the ability to program 8 & 14-pin N-SOIC package PICmicros.
The LAB-XUSB Experimenter Board is a premium development platform for PICmicros, with LCD and keypad built-in.
The PCB C Compiler is an ANSI C compiler for 12-bit PICmicros.