PRODUCTS | NanoCore12

By: Nanocore12  09-12-2011
Keywords: Programming

NanoCore12 comes in several versions! These features are common to all of them:

  • Freescale 9S12C 16-bit microcontroller
  • on-chip Serial Monitor/bootloader
  • supports standalone operation
  • programmable in Assembly, BASIC, or C
  • compatible with free nqBASIC object-based programming language (nqBASIC.com)
  • on-board 5-Volt low-dropout 100 mA regulator
  • 8 MHz crystal
  • implements phase-locked loop (PLL), for operation up to 48 Mhz (24 Mhz bus speed)
  • programmable internal pullup and pulldown resistors on most pins
  • serial communication interface (i.e. UART)
  • standard 6-pin BDM connector for full debugging capabilities (using optional BDM pod)
  • user-access to ECLK  (pad on circuit board)

Keywords: Programming

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