DescriptionBack to top
• New Industrial (RoHS) Version, -40 to 85°C
• One of the World's most powerful Basic programmable microcontrollers
• Can run up to 83,000 Basic instructions per second
Attention all Stamp users! Turbo charge your Stamp project with BasicX!
The Netmedia BasicX-24p-u Microcontroller is one of the World's most powerful Basic programmable microcontrollers.
BasicX-24p is a Pin-For-Pin drop-in replacement for all 24-pin microcontrollers. For beginners and new applications, we strongly recommend using the with this microcontroller.
Why BasicX? Because most of the other microcontrollers are programmed in low-level language (Assembly / C). You spend a lot of time learning the language, and even more time to obtain your objective. BasicX has an integrated BASIC interpreter that helps you program it in a language similar to Basic.
Furthermore, you can use multiple specialized functions to operate actuators and sensors in the real world. BasicX is more than perfect for robotic applications. This product joins the ranks of the most powerful high level embedded-language programmable microcontrollers.
Useful LinksBack to top
• BasicX-24p Comparison
• BasicX-24p Microcontroller Specifications
• BasicX-24 Schematic
• BasicX-24 Pinout
• BasicX language
BasicX Sample Code
• Interfacing Buttons and Switches
• Interfacing an Accelerometer
• Block Data Classes
• Using an ADC to Read a Potentiometer
• Counting Pulses with Interrupts
• Six Day 8 Channel ADC Data Logger
• Programming for Dual Pulse Width Modulation
• Programming for Edge Capture
• Using BasicX to Derive Acceleration from GARMIN GPS Text Data
• Decoding GPS Text Data Using BasicX
• Using a 74HCT251 8 Bit Input Multiplexer with BasicX
• Interfacing Infrared Sensors to BasicX Systems
• Implementing Timeouts for InputCapture in BasicX
• Decoding Infrared Data Stream Using Serial Input
• Interfacing Keypads to BasicX Systems
• Using a 74HCT259 8 Bit Addressable Latch with BasicX
• Using CPUsleep for Power Down Mode
• Using BasicX Block Data Objects with PlaySound
• Using RCtime to Measure Resistance
• Controlling Servos with BasicX
• Using a Sharp GP2D12 Infrared Ranger with BasicX
• Using a Sharp GP2Y0A02YK Infrared Ranger with BasicX
• Using an Ultrasonic Rangefinder with BasicX
• Programming a Stopwatch
• Complete Software Setup Back to top