We’re glad to announce that we’ve just received a new bunch of PCB’s and PIC18F45K50 !
As a reminder, the PIC18F45K50 is pin compatible with the older 4550 series and is capable of running at 5V. It also features a USB precision integrated oscillator, enabling you to build USB projects without the need of any external oscillator.
The Pinguino 45K50 self is very easy to build and solder.
Building instruction and useful info : here
You can order a Pinguino 45K50 Kit here
I’m pleased to announce that a new version of the Pinguino IDE should be released soon.
Work has been carried out on, among other things :
* Project (multi-file programming) and Libraries manager
* Easy bug report to the developers
* Microchip XC8 support
* PIC16F1459 support
* Better integration between text and blocks programming
Stay tuned for more information 😉 .
Download (57 MB) and run the new NSI Windows installer (thank you Victor, great work !) for the Pinguino Project and get the latest version of the IDE (Editor and PIC libraries).
All required softwares to run the Pinguino IDE on your system will be automatically installed. Nothing to do.
You will have choice to install (or not) the compiler you want (for 8- and/or 32-bit processors). The installer will automatically install the right compilers based on host system architecture (32- or 64-bit OS).
Please stay tuned and run the installer again to update the IDE.
First Pinguino 32MX270 prototype is working !
More info. on this little monster here