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    • Low-cost board that supports the programming of Microchip devices using MPLAB in-circuit emulators and debuggers
    • Can be used to program 8- to 40-pin DIP-package parts with the
      • MPLAB REAL ICE
      • MPLAB ICD 3 In-Circuit Debugger
      • PICkit 3 In-Circuit Debugger
    • Operates from tool-supplied VDD (when using ICD 3 and PICkit 3)
    • Two on-board adjustable regulators
      • VDD regulator adjusts from 1.2V - 5.5V
      • The CORE VDD Regulator adjusting from 1.2V - 2.7V (used to supply the VDDCORE/VCAP-pin voltage)
    • Optional Accesories include the 9V Power Supply (AC002014)
    • Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) socket in the UPM supports the programming of devices in DIP packages up to 40 pins

    The Universal Programming Module (UPM) 2 (AC162049-2) is a handy, low-cost board that supports the programming of Microchip devices using MPLAB in-circuit emulators and debuggers. This easy-to-use Universal Programming Module can be used with the MPLAB REAL ICE, MPLAB ICD 3 In-Circuit Debugger, and PICkit 3 In-Circuit Debugger to program 8- to 40-pin DIP-package parts.

    This programming module can operate from tool-supplied VDD (when using ICD 3 and PICkit 3) and also has two on-board adjustable regulators. The VDD regulator adjusts from 1.2V - 5.5V. The CORE VDD Regulator, adjusting from 1.2V - 2.7V, is used to supply the VDDCORE/VCAP-pin voltage. The package includes 15 color-coded wires and an Info Sheet. Optional Accesories include the 9V Power Supply (AC002014).

    The UPM can also be used with the MPLAB PM3 to ICD Adapter (AC164111) for in-circuit programming with the MPLAB PM3. The Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) socket in the UPM supports the programming of devices in DIP packages up to 40 pins with the aforementioned development tools.

    • Universal Programming Module 2
    • 15 color-coded wires