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8051 Single Board Computer Trainer

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RSR

Express Part #:32MT8051

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This development board has a Maxim Semiconductor’s ultra-high-speed DS89C450 (64Kbytes) flash memory based 8051 (80C52 compatible) micro-controller installed on a DIP socket. Through the use of an USB connection, a terminal program such as hyper-terminal can download the assembled or compiled hex file directly into the DS89C450 and the code you have developed can start running in the trainer right away

MDE-8051 allows beginners to learn 8051 based micro-controllers in a convenient way by providing female and male headers connecting to the I/O ports. It is very easy to prototype with a breadboard.

MDE-8051 provides 8 LEDs and a driver to allow users to test I/O port output with minimum effort.

In addition, MDE-8051 has 8 DIP slider switches to let users input logic signals with simply flipping switches.

using a terminal program, one can program the micro-controller by flipping the slide switch to program or run. A DIP socket allows the programmed micro-controller to be removed for its ultimate application and re-program another chip repetitively.

Accessories: (Text Book)

The 8051 Micro-controller and Embedded System, Part Number: 31M8051

Drivers:

Please follow this link to locate the correct driver for your PC, and follow the steps below:

Step 1: First, do not plug in the 9V adapter cable. Please plug in the USB cable and wait for one minute. The PC should search the driver if it's connected to the internet.

Step 2: If it's not connect to the internet, please click the link above to download the correct driver.

Step 3: Each time when using the 8051 board, be sure to plug in the USB cable before the 9V power adapter cable.

If the problem is persistent, leave the 9V adapter cable out, and make sure the USB driver is installed OK and unplug the USB and re-plug the USB until the driver is properly installed.

Click "start" then "devices and printers" to see if the MDE-8051 board is recognized under the operating system (i.e. Windows 7). If it's OK, then plug the 9V adapter in to the outlet afterwards.

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