I Blocks IDEV KIT In-circuit Debug System
- Helps to solve programming problems quickly and simply
- Compatible with ECIO, MIAC
- Also ideal for use with third party and user’s own programming systems
- Allows start, step, and play of programs and see and alter variable values
The IDEV can be connected to microcontroller hardware systems to provide a real time debug facility where it is possible to step through the UC program on the PC, and step through the program in the hardware at the same time. The system is controlled from within the UC environment where controls allow users to start, stop, pause and step through their program one icon at a time. Under user control the UC software shows the location of the program in the flow chart, the value of all variables in the program, and allows users to alter the variable values when the program is paused. It is compatible with I-blocks, user’s own hardware and third party PIC and AVR programming systems.
I Blocks Atmega8 Development Board
ATMega8 Experiment Board is a development board designed for the ATmega8 microcontrollers. It is designed to give designers a quick start to develop code on these devices. There’s socket on the ATMega8 Experiment Board for easily changing the microcontroller, batch programming is either supported over the ISP port.
Easy to handle and according to your requirement you can make the different projects.
I Blocks PIC BASE 40 Development Board
If you need lots of Analog to Digital channels, or plenty of program space (up to 32K!), this one is for you!
Prototype board for 40 pin PIC microcontrollers with power supply circuit, 20MHz crystal oscillator circuit, RS232 port, ICSP/ICD programming port.
I Blocks 8051 Development Board
This is a development board for the 8051 microcontroller. The aim of this small board is to be able of running as many as possible already available software’s for the 8051. The Intel 8051 microcontroller is one of the most popular general purpose microcontrollers in use today. Since the 8051 allows different memory configurations ( Von Neumann or separated code and data ) was used in such a way that 8 different memory configurations can be set.
-On board socket for easily changing MCU, support batch programming over ISP port
-Power voltage level 5V
-Crystal configurable, on board 12MHz crystal or external crystal mounted via the socket
-All the pins are marked on the board connected to pin headers for further expansion
I Blocks ATmega128RFA1 Development Board
This is a breakout board for the ATmega128RFA1. It includes an onboard 3.3V regulator, chip antenna, and DC input jack. The board can be powered with either a 5V or a 9V wall wart. ATmega128RFA1 is an IEEE 802.15.4 compliant single-chip, combining the industry- leading AVR microcontroller and best-in-class 2.4GHz RF transceiver providing industry’s highest RF performance for single-chip devices, with a link budget of 103.5dBm.
I Blocks FPGA Module 6000LE
- Designed for educational use
- Can be used with block diagrams, VHDL or Verilog
- Contains 3K logic elements – 6kLE option available
- NIOS core compatible
- Can be used as a component in projects
This system has been put together from I-blocks to allow rapid development of electronic solutions based on FPGA technology and to provide a superb platform for developing FPGA projects. This FPGA daughter board sits on top of the existing I-blocks CPLD programming board (EB020) to provide 7 full I-blocks ports which can interface to other I-blocks: from simple LED and switch boards through to more complex boards like internet interfaces, IrDA communication systems, internet and Bluetooth boards. The FPGA daughter board itself can be removed from the CPLD board to provide a leaded component that can be used in your own projects (serial memory programmer required). This solves the difficult issue of handling FPGA packages which are difficult to solder. The FPGA device used is Altera’s EP1C6T144C7 FPGA which contains 6000 logic elements (EPC1C3T144C7).
I Blocks Arduino Ethernet Shield
The Ethernet Shield to connect to the internet. It is based on the Wiznet W5100 ethernet chip providing a network (IP) stack capable of both TCP and UDP. The Ethernet Shield supports up to four simultaneous socket connections. Use the Ethernet library to write sketches which connect to the internet via a standard RJ45 Ethernet jack using the shield.