• Pic® Basic


  • Product Range

    BASIC for PIC® microcontrollers


    The Proton Product range comprises of the Proton Development Suite and supporting Hardware development platforms. Proton Basic and the supporting hardware is for use with PIC® microcontrollers.
    See the article WHAT IS PROTON, for a detailed description.


    Proton Development Suite combines the Proton BASIC Compiler with a professional quality IDE and Virtual Simulation Environment, creating a comprehensive development environment for use with PIC® microcontrollers, suitable for both hobbyists and professionals.

    Proton Development Board is designed to interface seamlessly with the PROTON compiler. The Crownhill PROTON Development Board for use with PIC® microcontrollers is a must for developers of PIC® microcontroller applications. Whether just beginning, or a seasoned veteran, the PROTON board offers a rapid solution to development, reducing time to market.

    The Proton Solderless development system is the ideal platform for freeform prototyping of small / medium sized projects or building blocks for larger projects. It is also the perfect platform for educational and training environments.

    Proton Graphic LCD Development Board will allow you to produce stunning displays using powerful commands via a serial interface to the LCD. This complete development system offers not only the Serial Interface board coupled to a high quality Graphics LCD panel, but also powerful utilities to download graphics to the Onboard memory AND commented source code for the Serial Graphics LCD controller AND circuit diagrams. This development system is all that is required to both learn about and use Graphics LCD's.

    Proton-Smart provides a comprehensive introduction to using the embedded micro-controller in a smart card environment, starting with memory, leading to protected memory, then in module two and three, specialist secure memory through to GSM and SCOS. Proton-SMART will become an invaluable building block and essential tool in your venture into this ubiquitous technology.

    Proton-IR Thinking of using Infra Red in your next project? It's an interesting concept that is used time and time again from Communications through Robotics and Remote Control to XY&Z distance measurement and more. Data over IR has a place everywhere in modern life, so why not use it in your next project, too? The ProtonIR modules are available as separate items to enable you to incorporate them into your own projects, but as with all of our development systems, full circuit diagrams are provided to allow you to build your own or include the circuit in your own designs.
  • Recent Activity

    xldaedalus-432

    Mysterious PORTB problem

    Thread Starter: xldaedalus

    I'm using Proton+ to develop firmware for a product with switches. The MCU is an 18F26K22. Most of the switches reside on PORTB. I am NOT using a...

    xldaedalus Yesterday, 18:21 Go to last post
    Les-15

    Pic16f18877 oread

    Thread Starter: evoortman

    Hi, On a PIC16F18877 the OREAD command doesn't seem to work. The code is working on a PIC16F1939. Both controllers use 32MHz int osc. If i...

    Les Yesterday, 13:05 Go to last post
    amod-29593

    Multiple functions by a single switch

    Thread Starter: amod

    Hi, How can I use multiple function by a single switch.I want to use 4 functions by a single switch.

    amod Yesterday, 15:31 Go to last post
    Oldhack-15978

    FUSES for PIC18F47K20

    Thread Starter: gtv_pic

    000 Good morning I am using the PIC18F47K20 and in the help of the proton I did not locate the FUSES for said micro. Where can I locate...

    Oldhack Yesterday, 16:34 Go to last post
    Les-15

    SHIN generates ASM ERROR with the 16F18877

    Thread Starter: evoortman

    Hi, On a PIC16F18877 the SHIN command generates an ASM ERROR: Could this also be related to renamed or moved SFRs in the newer controllers? ...

    Les Yesterday, 19:18 Go to last post