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chipKIT PGM Programmer/Debugger

Allow in-system programming and debugging for Microchip PIC boards intended for use with the chipKIT Max32, Uno32, uC32 and the Cerebot MX3cK
Designed to work with the MPLAB® and MPLAB® X development environments from Microchip
Can be used to enable debugging of sketches developed using the Arduino™-compatible MPIDE development environment
Includes USB A-MiniB cable and a right-angle 6 pin header

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  • Provides in-system programming and debugging for Microchip PIC-based microcontroller boards
  • Intended for use with the chipKIT Max32, Uno32, uC32, and the Cerebot MX3cK
  • Designed to work with the MPLAB® and MPLAB® X development environments available from Microchip
  • Can also be used to enable in-system debugging of sketches developed using the Arduino™-compatible MPIDE development environment
  • Comes with a USB A-MiniB cable and a right-angle 6 pin header

The chipKIT PGM is a simple, low cost, module that supports in-system programming and debugging of applications written for Microchip PIC based microcontroller boards such as the chipKIT™ and Cerebot boards.

The chipKIT PGM is designed to work with the MPLAB® and MPLAB® X development environments available from Microchip. This allows the chipKIT boards, to be used as a more traditional microcontroller development platform using the professional tools available from Microchip like the ICD3 and PICkit3.

Some of the differences between the tools from Microchip are:

  • The ICD3 and PICkit3 programmers can generate programming voltages needed to program all Microchip PIC devices, while the chipKIT PGM can only program devices that are programmable with 3.3V programming voltage.
  • Also, the PICkit3 and ICD3 can source a small amount of current to provide power to some boards being programmed while the chipKIT PGM does not provide power to the board being programmed.

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