This is a C8051F340 development board that I purchased for developing examples on this site.
The board has two LEDs and three buttons , there is a standard DB9 (Rs232) type connecter and there is also a Micro SD socket on the board.
There are several ways you can power the board, these are :
1) It can be powered using the USB port;
2) An External 5V power supply ;
3) Development board power supply by JTAG simulator which connects to J6 .
There are two rows of header pins which bring out all of the pins of the microcontroller so you can easily connect dupont style cables from the development board to external devices such as sensors, LCDs, and other modules
As stated earlier there is a 10 pin socket on the board where you can plug in a low-cost programmer which you can use to program the board.
I also purchased a low-cost debugger that I could use with this board and other similar ones
Support WIN XP, WIN7 and also works on Windows 10.
You can get both of these for under $15 – so an easy low cost introduction to microcontrollers
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