Welcome to Sirius microSystems

Sirius microSystems specializes in designing and producing embedded control development boards for education. Our current products are based on the Microchip PICmicro® family of microcontrollers, and are designed to help you or your students learn about electronics, interfacing and microcontroller programming through hands-on activities.


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Mouse programming simulator

How do computer programs work? Find out by linking and repeating simple instructions to guide a robot mouse to the cheese in a variety of mazes. If done right, your collection of simple instructions can make an 'intelligent' program.

Program the mouse >


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It's round and has flashing lights. It must be an Unidentified Flashing Object! The UFO is a simple circuit that uses a microcontroller to flash LED lights. UFO is a fun and easy beginner project that's also easily hackable.

Details coming soon.


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If you program it right, it may go BMP in the night. The Basic Multipurpose Project was designed for a technology camp and can be built as six different projects using one circuit board to save costs.

Details coming soon.

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What's new?

2014-7-5 - Finishing the design of the CHRPmini - a smaller, less-expensive, control-focused version of the CHRP 3 development system. It will become a project at the CEMC Summer Conference for Computer Studies Educators in August. Can't wait!

2013-5-21 - Introducing a fun tool to teach the basics of programming. Check out our mouse programming simulator and experience how complex programming problems are solved using programs composed of simple instructions.

2012-12-7 - The prototype CHRP 3.0 boards are up and running in both PIC16F886 and PIC18F25K50 versions. We're really excited about some new developments coming for this board soon.

2012-10-28 - Getting the CHRP 3.0 ready for manufacturing. It'll support the PIC16F886, just like the CHRP 2.0, as well as the new PIC18F25K50 with USB!