LAB-X4 Experimenter Board

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The LAB-X4 Experimenter Board for 8 & 14-pin PICmicros.


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The LAB-X4 is a full featured 8-pin and 14-Pin PIC development platform. Besides having all the circuitry required by the PICmicro MCU to operate (5-volt power supply, oscillator, reset circuit), the LAB-X4 also has a host of features including an RS-232 serial port, basic analog and digital I/O headers and a 20 character x 2 line LCD display.

The LAB-X4 can run programs written in assembler, C and PicBasic or PicBasic Pro. Sample programs are included. The in-circuit programming connector allows the resident PICmicro MCU to be reprogrammed on the fly (requires a FLASH device) using programmers that support this feature like the meLabs Serial or USB Programmer. Each kit includes a parts list and detailed schematic are included. Fully assembled and ready to use -just add your PIC and you are ready to develop embedded PIC applications.

Features :

  • 14-pin dip socket for 8- or 14-pin PICmicro MCU
  • 5-volt regulator
  • Reset/push button
  • Potentiometer
  • LED plus power LED
  • 2 line by 20 character LCD module
  • LCD serial controller
  • RS232 interface
  • In-circuit programming connector
  • Layout for oscillator
  • Layout for I2C serial EEPROM
  • Prototyping area for additional circuits


Compatible PIC’s include :

  • 8-pin Devices: PIC12C508(A), 12C509(A), 12C671, 12C672, 12CE518, 12CE519, 12CE673, 12CE674, 12F508, 12F509, 12F629, 12F635, 12F675, 12F683
  • 14-pin Devices: 16C505, 16F505, 16F630, 16F636, 16F676, 16F684, 16F688


The PIC12F675 or PIC16F676 are recommended.

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