Microchip Snap – Troubleshooting tips

If you want the ability to debug and program many different devices, you need the right debugger. There are plenty of options here. One of the most popular is the PICKit 4. However, the Microchip Snap (MPLAB) may be a better option. It is a low cost option that has a lot of the functionality. It does come without a box or cables but this should not be an issue for regular users.

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Why are universal programmers essential?

Whatever kind of embedded system or integrated circuit you are creating, you will need the ability to program the memory device or programmable logic device. Without doing this, the system or circuit will not work. The best piece of equipment to have here is one of the market leading universal programmers. Brands like Wellon and Xeltek offer some of the most reliable products.

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What range does Bluetooth 5.0 offer?

Wireless technology is one of the most interesting growth markets. In the last few years there has been a big boom in the quality and demand for these products. Now you can find everything from high quality headphones to speakers, gaming controllers and wireless chargers. As the market grows, demands increase on things like the ranges and networking. Luckily, there are plenty of options. This includes high quality long range Bluetooth solutions.

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Low voltage programming with Microchip Snap

One of the hardest decisions people have to make when it comes to programming/debugging is what hardware to use. There are lots of options to choose from. In fact, we have a wide selection of them at Kanda. This includes models at various price points, including the Microchip Snap. Clients can come to us for help deciding which model to buy and for lots of other useful resources. Then, they can purchase with confidence via our website.

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