Simple, low cost PIC10FXXX development board
Current Status: Complete
Date: 15th August 2015
License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License/
This design was targeted at the 6/8 pin PIC10F202/10F206 devices. Microchip provide a number 6 or 8 pin devices
using the same footprint, which work with this board. To make it easier for development, the board uses the 8 pin DIP
versions as it makes it easier to swap devices, something that is difficult with the SOT-23 variants.
The design aims were as shown here:
This is the assembled PCB
Compatible 8 pin PIC micro-controllers
The author has not tested all these devices, they are listed here as they have a device pinout that matches the PCB
The schematic is shown here, double click to see full size.
The PIC10F202 uses the internal 4MHz oscillator and there are 3 I/O pins and one dedicated input pin or MCLR.
The PCB design uses a single sided PCB, the size is 30x55mm and is easily produced using homebrew PCB materials
and processes. The PCB layout is shown here, double click to expand.
Would there be any interest in purchasing a ready made PCB? If you are interested, please contact the author
Download the design
To download the EAGLE CAD design, which includes the schematics and PCB,see the github page here:
Bill of Materials
A simple MPLAB X project, to flash the LEDs. It needs MPLAB X V 2.3 and the XC8 C compiler. The Hex file is inside the dist\default\production folder. Download here (69K)
Updated 27 September 2020