MicroEngineering Lab's PBP3 Experimenter Edition License

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$49.95 ea.

PicBasic - for harnessing the power of the PIC with the ease of use offered by PicBASIC! 


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PicBasic is a trusted programming language in the world of PICs, especially among those who rather not learn the assembler peculiarities of each of the PIC family. What's PicBasic offer? It is:

  • Lightning Fast
  • Generates Optimized, Machine Ready Code
  • 15+ Year History
  • Did We Say It Was Fast?

Easy enough for the hobbyist, strong enough for a Pro. Professionals love it because it is designed to get things done fast. That's one reason the BASIC language was chosen. Simple. Easy to use. Straightforward with dedicated libraries/routines to make the difficult easy. It's what we, and 1000's of companies, use to develop our own projects!

It has evolved over the span of 15 years, making it the industry standard in its field.  It has become a professional-level development tool for embedded programmers, though it retains the easy-to-learn syntax that makes it popular among experimenters and educators worldwide.

PBP should not be confused with the slow BASIC interpreters of the past. This is a full-blown development tool that produces code in the same manner as a C compiler (without the pain of C). PBP is widely used by engineering professionals who depend on its stability and maturity to produce commercial firmware. It is also used by educational institutions because it is very easy to learn and understand.

To download the trial software, go to http://pbp3.com/downloadtrial/, and enter your key to receive full access.

NOTE: Please note this is the activation key only, once you purchase it, the key will be sent to you by email. Manual is extra.

 

Experimenter Edition

Silver Edition

Gold Edition

Price:

$49.95

$119.95

$269.95

Commercial License  

 

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Number of computer installations allowed
(May be uninstalled and moved.  License is for single user

1

3

3

Supported Microcontrollers:
(See Complete List)

28-Pin 16F886, 18F2550, 18F25J20, 18F25K22

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Microchip Mid-Range Architecture 
(most PIC16, PIC12)
 

 

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Enhanced Mid-Range Architecture
(PIC16F1xxx, PIC12F1xxx)
   

 

 

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Baseline Architecture
(devices using 12-bit instruction set)
   

 

 

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High Performance Architecture (PIC18)    

 

 

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Maximum supported clock frequency

64MHz

 

20MHz

64MHz

32-bit LONG variables, signed integer math
(requires PIC18 device)

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Device Packages supported

28-Pin

 

8-Pin through 64-Pin

6-Pin through 100-pin

Technical Support via telephone and direct email  

 

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Technical Support via online forum

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1-Year Free Upgrades  

 

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Currency


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