DEVELOPMENT OF M 8051

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Featured Big8051 Development System

8051 Development Tools

The AT89 family is an Intel 8051-compatible family of 8-bit microcontrollers (µCs). Based on the Intel 8051 core, the AT89 family remains very popular as it includes low-cost, general-purpose microcontrollers with industry standard instruction set.

Easy8051 v6 Development System

Price: $139.00 USD

Easy8051 v6 Development System

The Easy8051 v6 is compatible with 14-, 16-, 20-, 28-, 40-pin PLCC44 and PLCC32 MCUs. It comes with an AT89S8253. The board has a USB 2.0 programmer and many peripherals such as COG, port expander, MENU and 4x4 keypads etc.  [more info]

BIG8051 Development System

Price: $139.00 USD

BIG8051 Development System

The BIG8051 development system supports 100-pin Silabs 8051 microcontrollers. It comes with the c8051f040 microcontroller. The system is delivered with a Silabs USB 2.0 programmer and many peripheral modules such as Serial Ethernet, DAC, ADC etc. [more info]

Easy8051 v6 PROTO Board

Price: $9.00 USD

Easy8051 v6 PROTO Board

The Easy 8051 v6 PROTO Board is a high quality PCB prototype board. Connect your Easy8051 v6 development board to this board via an IDC10 connector. The board solves your prototype problems by offering a complete and cost-effective solution. [more info]

8051prog2

Price: $69.00 USD

8051prog2

The 8051prog2 is a USB 2.0 programmer used for programming 8051 microcontrollers from Atmel. Unlike programmers whose operation is based on bootloaders, this one provides the external programming of microcontrollers so that the entire memory is available. [more info]

8051-Ready Board

Price: $24.00 USD

8051-Ready Board

The 8051-Ready Board is a prototype board with pin headers for 44-, 40- and 20-pin 8051 microcontrollers from Atmel. This board enables you to program microcontrollers easier. The board features a USB support with an on-board USB to serial UART interface device FT232R. [more info]

UNI-DS6 Development System [8051]

The UNI-DS6 development system supports PIC, AVR, 8051, ARM, PSoC and dsPIC microcontrollers with a large number of peripherals. If you want to give another microcontroller a try you just have to switch the card and continue working in the same development environment. [more info]

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