Getting Started

ORbit16™ is programmed using powerful, full ANSI-C compliant, MPLAB C30 compiler from Microchip. First, download the latest version of MLAB IDE, the development environment used for MCU from Microchip: Free MPLAB IDE download

Now you need the MPLAB C30 compiler: Free MPLAB C30 compiler download. You must register to Microchip site (is a free registration!) in order to download the compiler. You must download the version named “MPLAB C Compiler for PIC24 and dsPIC Vx.xx”

Now you’ve installed the required software on your PC, you must read some ORbit16™ manuals first to get started. Jumper settings and The bootloader are very important since explain how to properly set-up your brand new ORbit16™ and how to upload your programs. You don’t need a programmer! You need only an USB cable from A to B.

Examples page will be full-filled with a lot of interesting, already cooked, applications.

ORbit16™ Documents Downloads (Board Revision 002A)

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ORbit16 User Manual - ITA (doc. rev2)
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High resolution diagrams and schematic
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How to PPS feature with PIC24F on ORbit16
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How to PPS feature with PIC32MX on ORbit16
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