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  • Microchip and EPE offer great deal on Pickit 2 Debug Express

    Everyday Practical Electronics magazine and Microchip have teamed up to offer you the chance to buy a PICkit 2 Debug Express Kit (DV164121) at an amazing discount price of only £9.99 including delivery! In the November and December issues of EPE, find out how to purchase this kit via microchipDIRECT using a unique code contained in EPE. As this is an unprecedented price the offer is limited to one per household, UK addresses only.

    Both issues contain constructional projects using the PICkit 2 - the November issue showing how to design a Theremin and the December issue teaching you how to make an mTouch capacitive switch.

    PICkit 2 is a pocket sized complete programmer and debugger which allows easy in-circuit development of selected PIC® microcontrollers. Any personal computer can become a development station using the supplied MPLAB® IDE development tool for writing code, debugging and programming devices. A single USB port is used to interface with the PICkit 2 and control your PIC project, enabling you to halt, single step and break point your code on your target board.

    To find out about how to buy your PICkit 2 Debug Express Kit at this special price, make sure you buy the November or December issue of EPE, available from WHSmiths or by visiting EPE's website www.epemag.co.uk. You can also pay for and download a digital copy of the magazine from www.epemag.com.

    The Microchip name and logo, PIC and MPLAB are registered trademarks and PICkit is trademark of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the USA and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2008 Microchip Technology Inc. All rights reserved. MCE10.08-067-UK

    Contact Information email: microchip-uk.communications@microchip.com phone: Tel: +44-118-921-5869 web: http://www.microchip.com
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