Skill level: Intermediate, with knowledge of C and 32-bit microcontrollers. Hello there again! 🙂 Want to write stuff into an SD-Card, or maybe read the file contents and display it onto an LCD screen? This is the tutorial for you!
Skill level: Advanced, with C and 32-bit experience. Required: Cytron SK1632, PIC32MX250F128B, MPLAB X IDE, MPLAB XC32 1.40, MPLAB Harmony v1.07 and above. Note: This requires previous knowledge on these tutorials – I2S for PIC32MX/MZ – Introduction I2S for PIC32MX/MZ –
Skill level: Advanced, with C and 32-bit experience. This tutorial requires an oscilloscope to confirm the resulting output! In the previous tutorial, you have a general idea of interfacing your PIC32MX/MZ microcontroller to the Audio DAC. This time, you learn
Skill level: Advanced Note: This tutorial is for those who are already experienced in C, MPLAB X and some knowledge in PWM. I’m sure you have seen a lot of those RGB lights everywhere and they do sure look amazing
SKPIC32 is designed to support Microchip’s most advanced 32-bit PIC MCU (at the time of this writing). Unlike others SK series, Cytron has soldered 100-pin surface mount packages of PIC32 MCU, PIC32MX795F512L, on the board by default.