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Cerebot 32MX4 A Powerful PIC32 microcontroller trainer Microchip

Cerebot 32MX4 A Powerful PIC32 microcontroller trainer Microchip

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Part Number:DIG-0023
ICMicrochip PIC32MX460F512L 32-bit MIPS processor
Connectors8 x 12-pin Pmod headers, 1 x 6-pin Pmod header, 8 x R/C servo connectors, USB port 2 x SPI ports, 2 x I2C ports
ProgrammingProgram using MPLAB via onboard programming circuit

  • 80 MHz 32-bit MIPS processor
  • 512K Flash, 32K RAM
  • USB Program / Debug Interface
  • USB OTG Host/Device Capable
  • USB Powered
  • 16 channel, 10-bit, 500ksps A/D converter
  • Five 16-bit timers with 5 input capture and 5 PWM outputs
  • Onboard Buttons and LEDs
  • All I/Os ESD & Short-Circuit protected

The Digilent Cerebot 32MX4 Board is a powerful microcontroller development board suitable for embedded control and robotics projects for both students and hobbyists.

The Cerebot 32MX4 features one of the new Microchip PIC32 microcontrollers. The PIC32 provides a 32-bit MIPS processor core operating at 80Mhz, 512K bytes of program FLASH and 32K bytes of RAM memory and numerous peripheral devices, including a USB controller, timer/counters, serial interface controllers, A/D converter and more. The board has numerous I/O connectors and power supply options, including USB power. It also has a built in programming and debug circuit compatible with the Microchip MPLAB development software.

The Cerebot 32MX4 has a nine connectors for Digilent Pmod peripheral modules. Digilent Pmods include H-bridges, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, a speaker, switches, buttons, LEDs, as well as converters for easy connection to RS232, screw terminals, BNC jacks, servo motors, and more.

Support Documents
Embedded Control
Demonstration Project Reference Designs
Cerebot 32MX4 LED Demo. This demo provides an example of how to debounce the on-board push buttons and how to drive the on-board LEDs. It also demonstrates how the Pmod8LD can be used as a binary counter.
Embedded Control
Product Documentation
Cerebot 32MX4 Reference Manual
Embedded Control
Product Documentation
Cerebot 32MX4 Schematic
Embedded Control
Reference Designs

This design demonstrates the use of the eight servo ports on the Cerebot 32MX4. It uses one timer along with an output compare peripheral to produce a pulse-width modulated signal for an RCD style servo. This demonstration requires:
  • Cerebot board
  • Microchip's MPLAB Software Development Suite
  • USB A to micro B USB cable
  • Up to 8 Servo motors with 3-pin Futaba style connectors

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