ChipCAD / Microchip
With the motor control evaluation board MCLV-2 low voltage motors can be driven. The combination of X2C with various Plugin Modules (PIMs) for dsPIC, PIC32MK and SAM controllers make this board very versatile.
NOTE: Early revisions of this board do not feature a (virtual) serial interface via USB port. In this case, for using the communication functionality implemented within our demo project, a USB-to-3.3V-TTL converter cable (e.g. the FTDI TTL-232R-RPI cable or the Adafruit 954 cable) is required.
The connection setup is as follows:
- Rx-wire to board pin “PA9”
- Tx-wire to board pin “PA10”
- Ground-wire to any available “GND” board pin
The USB interface is used to power the board and can be used for programming and communication via virtual serial interface.
Alternatively, an external DC power supply can be used.
The USB interface is used for power supply and can be used for programming and debugging.
NOTE: This board is out of production.