This is a very simple board which was designed to give access to every feature within the PAC5223 MCU. The idea was to make it easy to generate embedded projects around this powerful little micro with enough muscles to drive 200W (and beefier) loads. The PAC5223 is a PSOC especially designed to drive motors, although there is plenty it can do. The biggest problem with such pieces of miniaturization is accessing their pins. Being housed in a QFN 44 package, I thought it would be convenient to create a QFN2DIP converter. Now you can either solder your project into the board, or place the module into a breadboard. Either way, this is considerably easier!