The Cerebot 32MX7 is being replaced by the Cerebot MX7cK.
To learn about the differences between the two, please see
the migration guide.
The Cerebot 32MX7 board is a useful tool for embedded control and network communications projects for both students and hobbyists.
Its versatile design and programmable microcontroller lets you access numerous peripheral devices and program the board for multiple uses. The board has many I/O connectors and power supply options. It’s network and communications features include 10/100 Ethernet interface, Full Speed USB 2.0 OTG interface, dual CAN network interfaces, dual I2C buses, up to three UART ports and up to three SPI ports.
The Cerebot 32MX7 works with the Microchip MPLAB development environment and provides built in programming and debugging support within MPLAB.
The Cerebot 32MX7 provides a number of connections for peripheral devices. It has six connectors for attaching Digilent Pmod™ peripheral modules. Digilent peripheral modules include H-bridges, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, speaker amplifier, switches, buttons, LEDs, as well as converters for easy connection to RS232, screw terminals, BNC jacks, servo motors, and more.
- Cerebot 32MX7 board
- USB A -> micro B cable