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3Dmicro Toolkit - v2.1 Released
Written by Paolo Raspa   
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 00:00

Thanks to our beta testers and feedbacks by users the version 2.1 of the 3Dmicro Toolkit is now available
for public download with a lot of new exciting features. 

Go to the Download page to get the last release of our software and try it 15 days for free.

Read the installation instructions and the Getting Started Guide to jump off to a good start
in your 3Dmicro Toolkit projects development.

After the trial period has expired go to the Buy Now page to purchase a Registration Code and Activate
the product. Four purchasing options are available for different needs.
Contact us if you need a custom version which suits best your application


What you can do with the new 3Dmicro Toolkit version?

  • set up low-cost remote didactic laboratories for the monitoring and control of dynamical systems;
  • interface the MCU to external sensors, drivers, motors and devices for robot applications;
  • develop a wireless home energy monitoring system;
  • reuse the C code and integrate it with NI LabVIEW and the 3Dmicro Toolkit to write anapplication or
    reuse C code generated from 3Dmicro Toolkit and NI LabVIEW code in other projects;
  • extend the functionalities starting from the editable graphical library.


The new version includes a lot more new features, among them:

  • Easy management of external interrupts (up to five);

  • A complete access to the I/O ports of the microcontroller (up to 7), including port and bit read/write;

  • Full control of all the PWM outputs and A/D converters (up to 5);
  • Easy storage on external USB devices;
  • Serial communication using two fully configurable UART ports

Well, now a sneak screenshot of the 3Dmicro Compiler, as in the 3Dmicro Toolkit v2.1
new interface,  now with more options and easier to use, what do you think about it?

Let us know on Facebook or Twitter . 

3Dmicro interface

And a screenshot of the new 3Dmicro Palette, with all the groups of new functionalities.
Read the documentation for a detailed descriptionof each of them.

The new palette on the 3Dmicro Toolkit