iCP07A - iBoard Tiny Extensions
  • iCP07A - iBoard Tiny Extensions
  • iCP07A - iBoard Tiny Extensions
  • iCP07A - iBoard Tiny Extensions Schematic
  • iCP07A - iBoard Tiny Extensions

iCP07A - iBoard Tiny Extensions (Microchip 8-pin PIC12 Dev. Board with 3x 300mA driver)

Tax excluded Shipped within 1 week
20 Items

Volume discounts

Quantity Discount You Save
5 5% Up to $2.38
10 10% Up to $9.50
50 20% Up to $95.00

iBoard Tiny Extensions is a mini size 8-pin Microchip PIC12 IO Development Board with direct 3x input and 3x 300mA output control/driver.

iBoard Tiny Extensions is built with a simple set of external port connection that fulfilled any type connector. With these IO ports, user can easily plug in different type of IO modules and with different source of supply.


The features of iCP07 are listed as followings:

  • Mini size, easy interfacing, high performance and user friendly device
  • Used for programming the 8-Pin Flash PIC MCU
  • Excellent flexibility that allows user to expand the board with plug and play modules


Peripheral Features: 

  • NCP1117 - provide +5V voltage supply to PIC Microcontroller
  • Maximum Input Voltage: 15Vdc
  • Internal 4 MHz oscillator
  • Green LED - power on indicator
  • VS1 and +5V - different input power supply (external supply or +5V supply)
  • ICSP Connector - on-board PIC programming
  • 6x IO Port (3x input and 3x 300mA open-collector output)


Support Devices:

  • 8 Pin: PIC12F508, PIC12F509, PIC12F510, PIC12F519, PIC12F609, PIC12F615, PIC12F629, PIC12F635, PIC12F675, PIC12F679, PIC12F683, PIC12F1840, PIC12F1822



  • Dimension: 3.5cm X 2.3cm X 1.1cm (H)
  • Standard 2x1 2.54mm Pin Socket for Power Supply connection
  • Standard 5x1 2.54mm Pin Socket for ICSP connection
  • Standard 9x2 2.54mm Pin Socket for IO Port connection





Accessories List: (These accessories would be shipped together)

2x9 & 1x5 Pin Header



Photos (iBoard Tiny Extensions):

  • with 30x RGB LED stripiCP07A with RGB LED strip
  • iCP07A with RGB LED strip


Hi-Tech C Tutorial: Tutorial 15 - iCP07A Demo