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PICAXE-20M2 USB Starter Pack

This Starter Pack is ideal for learning about the endless posibilities using a PICAXE-20M2 chip. Pack contains a download cable, battery box and a Proto Board.

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3719 £22.50
(£27.00 incl VAT)

This PICAXE-20M2 USB Starter Pack is ideal for getting familiar with PICAXE chips and the endless possibilities of applications associated with PICAXE.

PICAXE is an easy to use, cost effective, customisable, expandable solution for all of your programming needs. Customise your code for a number of uses based on the specifications of the chip.

The software features both simple flowchart and full programming capabilites in the BASIC programming language.

To get started with the PICAXE® system, a starter pack is recommended. You can click here to view our PICAXE webpage and download the PICAXE software from the links provided.

The project board supplied in this kit is the PICAXE-20 standard interface board is a self-assembly board fitted with a Darlington driver chip so that output devices such as motors and buzzers can be connected directly to the board.

The board supports 8 inputs (4 ADC) and 8 outputs.


  • Easy to use chip.
  • Cost effective when compared to other programmable chips.
  • Easy to understand flowchart programming.
  • Easily expandable, modular design.
  • Programming language used for the chip is easy to customise/tweak.

PICAXE-20M2 chip:

  • IC size: 20 pins.
  • Memory (lines): 2048.
  • Parallel tasks: 8.
  • Supported input/output pins: 16.




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Posted by Alex Atkin, Monday, 21 December 2015 on product PICAXE-20M2 USB Starter Pack
Posted by Ron, Thursday, 14 November 2013 on product PICAXE-20M2 USB Starter Pack
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    A: Hi, it should work for Windows XP, 2000, 2003, Vista, 7, 8 but I would recommend downloading the latest version from the website as it has all the latest patches and bugfixes.
    Posted by Aaron Sturman on Thursday, 14 November 2013

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