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Arduino Compatible chipKIT Platform Designed for Raspberry Pi

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Overview

  • Designed exclusively for the Raspberry Pi and Arduino ecosystems
  • Supports the chipKIT multi platform IDE (MPIDE)
  • MPIDE is open source and compatible with Arduino programming language and development environment

Product overview

• Designed exclusively for the Raspberry Pi and Arduino ecosystems
• Supports the chipKIT multi platform IDE (MPIDE)
• MPIDE is open source and compatible with Arduino programming language and development environment
• Create, compile and program Arduino sketch based chipKIT applications within Raspberry Pi OS
• Enables the development of 3.3V Arduino compatible applications for the Raspberry Pi using PIC32 MCU
• USB, ICSP and JTAG connectors for maximum compatibility

The CHIPKIT PI is an Arduino compatible chipKIT platform specially designed for Raspberry based on 32bit PIC32MX250F128B microcontroller. The board is supported by the free chipKIT multi platform IDE (MPIDE) that can be hosted on the Raspberry Pi and allows users to create, compile and program Arduino sketch based chipKIT applications within the Raspberry Pi operating system. The CHIPKIT PI is the world's first to enable the development of 3.3V Arduino compatible applications for the Raspberry Pi using a 32bit, high performance PIC32 MCU in a prototyping friendly package. It can interface directly to the Raspberry Pi I/O expansion header without any additional components, reducing both cost and design complexity.

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