PICKit-4 Programmer Microchip PG164140/MPLAB

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Dispatch Time 12 to 15 days

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The MPLAB® PICkitTM 4 In-Circuit Debugger is an inexpensive alternative to the popular PICkit 3 programmer. Compared to the latter, the new devices increase programming speed by a factor of 4, expand the operating voltage range (1.2-5V), improve USB connectivity, and provide more debug interface options. In addition to supporting Microchip’s PIC® microcontrollers (MCUs) and dsPIC® digital signal controllers (DSCs), the tool also supports debugging and programming of the CEC1702 family of hardware encryption devices.
This low-cost programming and debugging solution is not only ideal for designs targeting the 8-bit space, but is also perfect for 16-bit and 32-bit development, in part because of its high-performance 300 MHz ATSAME70Q21B onboard MCU . The benefits of increased programming speed include less wait and higher productivity during development. This is especially important when designing with 32-bit MCUs with larger memory capacities.
With the PICkit 4 development tools, designers can use the graphical user interface of the MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for debugging and programming. The tool connects to the design engineer’s computer using a high-speed USB 2.0 interface and to the target via an 8-pin single in-line header that supports advanced interfaces including 4-wire JTAG and serial wire debug interfaces with streaming data gateways Wait. In addition, it is backward compatible with demo boards, headers, and target systems using 2-wire JTAG and In-Circuit Serial Programming™ (ICSP In-Circuit Serial Programming).
With the new interface, this low-cost tool is also compatible with Microchip’s CEC1702 hardware encryption device. This low-power, powerful 32-bit MCU provides easy-to-use encryption, authentication, and private and public key functions. Now, CEC1702 users can benefit from Microchip’s development tools and support without having to invest in third-party tools for programming and debugging.