PICAXE-40X2 IC

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The PICAXE-40X2 IC is the biggest, baddest PICAXE made - even better than the 40X1!


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The PICAXE 40X1 used to be the top-dog of the PICAXE lineup, with the most pins and most memory. But now the 40X2 has kicked things up a notch, offering better performance and features. What exactly has been improved?

  • Up to 4 internal program slots and 32 external program slots
  • Increased RAM, up to 256 bytes + 1024 bytes scratchpad
  • Increased operating speed, up to 40MHz
  • Individual pin input/output control
  • 0-10 ADC pins available

These are all built up on top of the old X1 specifications:

  • 4.2 to 5.5 volt operation (Want something lower? Try the 3V version!)
  • 1000 lines memory
  • 33 Configurable I/O
  • Hardware I2C support for easy peripheral connecting
  • Internal Timer
  • Increased variables and separate memory scratchpad
  • Enhanced mathematical functions
  • Line-by-line simulation
  • Supports 
    • Interrupts
    • 12-Bit Digital temperature sensors
    • Servo control
    • Keyboard input
    • IR transmit/receive
    • Plays user-defined musical tones
    • PWM Motor control
    • Input Pulse counting
    • Serial output & debugging via programming cable
    • Higher baud rate for serial work
  • Based on the PIC 18F4520 IC

The ‘PICAXE’ system is a powerful, low cost microcontroller programming system designed to simplify educational and hobbyist use of microcontrollers. PICAXE chips can be programmed in a graphical flow-chart environment or in easy to understand BASIC.

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PICAXE is a trademark of Revolution Education.

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