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Proteus IoT Builder Released

IoT Builder is designed to make it quick and easy to control remote electronics from a mobile device. Design a front panel for your phone or tablet in our editor and then program the interaction of the UI controls with the hardware using simple Visual Designer flowchart blocks or C/C++.

RS485 3 click Released

RS485 3 click uses SN65HVD31DR from Texas Instruments, a tri-state differential line driver and differential input line receiver. The click is intended to be used as UART to RS422/RS485 communication interface. It is suited for transmitting smaller blocks of data over long distances, using the four-wire bus, allowing for full-duplex communication.

It can be used as a transceiver between UART interface and RS422/RS485 communication bus. RS485 3 click can be used for controlling various building automation systems, light controllers, sensors and many small embedded devices that can all share the same bus, which can stretch up to 254 nodes and up to 1200m in length.


Solar energy click Released

There are many battery chargers and solar energy harvesters out there already, but the Solar energy click has the unique feature - it encompasses both of these devices in a single package. The click uses Texas Instruments BQ25570 - a nano-power high-efficiency boost charger and buck converter device, designed to work with very low power energy harvesting elements, such as the photovoltaic and thermoelectric generators.

The Solar energy click recharges the connected LiPo battery or the onboard 220mF supercapacitor, using the photovoltaic element.This is done by utilizing the BQ25570's charging and power harvesting capabilities and clever nano-power management features. This click can also power up low power consumption devices by using the stored energy, providing a way for continuous power operation of low power devices.

These features make the Solar energy click an ideal solution for powering wireless sensor networks, environment monitoring devices, portable and wearable health monitoring devices and similar low power self-sustained devices.


Tamper 2 click Released

Tamper 2 click contains a levered D2HW-A221D switch by Omron, which outputs signal in both positions - pressed and released. Omron switches, also known as microswitches, are well renowned for their reliability and endurance. The PCB of this click is designed so that the lever of the microswitch is easily accessible, making the click useful for all kinds of different applications, where precise, two position switches are required. Both the NO (Normally Open) and NC (Normally Closed) pins of the microswitch are routed to mikroBUS, so it can be easily connected to the microcontroller.

Switches of this kind are widely used in many different applications. The most common use of Tamper 2 click is door opening or closing detection, detecting the end of travel of a linear actuator, a Morse code input device and so on.


4Duino-24 Released

The 4Duino is an Arduino compatible display module with built in 2.4" 240x320 resolution TFT LCD Display with Resistive Touch, as well as Wi-Fi capabilities, perfect for IoT (Internet of Things) Applications.

AnyNet 2G click Released

AnyNet 2G click is a cellular to AWS gateway device, which provides developers with the complete solution for various IoT applications, by using the AWS IoT and Cloud Storage services for the data storage, analyzing and processing.

This click board™ provides an easy and secure connection with the AWS over the air (OTA), by utilizing the equipped Quectel M95 module and Eseye ES4623 embedded SIM card, that can work with more than 235 cellular operators from all over the world. AnyNet 2G click can be used as an AWS IoT button with almost no configuration.

AnyNet 2G click comes supplied with the start-up package - free activation through the AWS, unique ID number of the embedded SIM card and six-month cellular connectivity services of up to 5000 messages to the AWS cloud. With the AnyNet 2G click, users get the unique level of integration with the AWS IoT services.

Note: Before the purchase of AnyNet 2G click, please contact Eseye and check for the coverage and support of embedded SIM cards from your local provider. Opening an AWS account and subscribing to Eseye marketplace is mandatory to work with this click board.


Tamper click Released

Tamper click is equipped with SDS001, a low profile side-actuated detect switch, made by C&K company. This is a high-quality, low-current detection switch, which is designed in a form of a push button. The switch itself is very small - only 2mm of switch overtravel length, which coupled with its low actuation force, makes it ideal for using it as a contact detector in various applications - consumer electronics devices, medical devices, smart card detection and similar applications.

Tamper click board is also additionally equipped with the RC filter that minimizes the bouncing effect, making this click a reliable solution for any contact detection application.


Contact Number Update

As of end November 2017, our old "Landline" number 011 022 5323 will be discontinued - please continue to use all of the other direct contact numbers which are available :-).

gen4-IoD (Internet of Displays) Released

The gen4-IoD (Internet of Displays) series of is part of the latest gen4 Range of modules Designed and Manufactured by 4D Systems. The gen4 series was designed specifically for ease of integration and use, with careful consideration for space requirements and functionality. This specific gen4 module features a 2.4", 2.8" or a 3.2" colour TFT LCD display, with Resistive Touch. It is powered by the WiFi enabled ESP8266, which offers an array of functionality and options for any Designer / Integrator / User.

MicroCAM 3 (uCAM-III) Released

MicroCAM 3 (uCAM-III) The uCAM-III (microCAM-III) is a highly integrated serial camera module which can be attached to any host system that requires a video camera or a JPEG compressed still camera for embedded imaging applications, and is the new upgrade to the popular uCAM-II, which is backwards compatible but includes some additional features.

LED driver 2 click Released

LED driver 2 click carries the MCP1643 - LED constant current regulator, made by Microchip. It is a compact, high-efficiency, fixed frequency, synchronous step-up converter, optimized to drive one LED with the constant current. It can be powered by a two-cell alkaline/NiMH/NiCd battery (2.4V), or via the mikroBUS™ power supply pins. LED Driver 2 click also features 3W high power LED by QT-Brightek. This LED can be dimmed by applying the variable duty cycle PWM signal to the EN pin of the MCP1643 regulator, through the PWM pin of the mikroBUS™. Thanks to its relatively high constant current driving capability and the overvoltage protection on the output, this integrated circuit is perfectly suited for high brightness/power LED applications: portable LED lighting products, LED Flashlight and Head Lamps, Rechargeable Flashlights, General LED constant current applications and so on.

Buck-Boost click Released

Buck-Boost click™ features LTC3129-1, a buck-boost DC/DC conversion integrated circuit from Linear Technology®. The click supports a wide input voltage range and can output eight discrete regulated output voltage levels, selectable by the digital output voltage selection pins, ranging from 2.5V to 15V. The main features of this converter are its very low noise and low ripple at the output, as well as very high regulating efficiency and low quiescent current. Those features make the Buck-Boost click a perfect solution for the regulators and post-regulators for harvested energy, solar panel post-regulators/chargers, rechargeable battery output voltage regulators, wireless low noise applications and similar.

Proximity 3 Click Released

Proximity 3 click is an intelligent proximity and light sensing device, which features the VCNL4200 sensor from Vishay - high sensitivity long distance proximity sensor (PS), ambient light sensor (ALS) and 940 nm IRED, all in one small package. With its smart sensing and light conditioning properties, the Proximity 3 click can be used in a wide range of applications: adjusting the brightness of the TFT screen depending on ambient light, turning off the TFT background light if it is covered, very accurate lux meters, reliable security sensors and so on.

Qi Receiver click Released

Qi Receiver click is based on the P9025AC 5W Qi wireless power receiver integrated circuit, with the advanced Foreign Object Detection (FOD) feature, from IDT. The click utilizes the principles of the inductive coupling for the purpose of wireless power transfer. Recently, the WPS Qi wireless power transfer standard is becoming widely used, for example - wireless charging of the batteries on many Qi wireless power charging compliant devices. Qi Receiver click is well-suited for a wide range of applications, including cell phones, tablets, PC peripherals, medical devices, small hand-held devices, in robotics, embedded electronics, etc. Note: Qi Receiver click has to be placed near the suitable Qi Transmitter, also known as the charging pad, to successfully harvest the transmitted power.

Clicker 2 for PIC32MZ Released

Clicker 2 for PIC32MZ is a compact PIC32 development kit with two mikroBUS™ sockets for click board connectivity. It carries the PIC32MZ 32-bit microcontroller (1 MB Live-Update Flash and 512 KB SRAM) microcontroller with FPU from Microchip. With a built-in USB-HID bootloader the Clicker 2 for PIC32MZ it easy to program.

MCP16331 click Released

MCP16331 click functions as a non-inverting buck-boost voltage regulator, a type of switching mode power supply topology that combines the principles of the Buck converter (step-down) and the Boost converter (step-up) in a single circuit. The Buck converter produces a DC output in a range from 0V to just less than the input voltage. The Boost converter produces an output voltage ranging from the same voltage as the input to a level much higher than the input. The MCP16331 click itself produces constant DC voltage on the output rails, which can be set in the code.

Microwave click Released

Microwave click detects movement, thanks to the PD-V11 a 24GHz microwave motion sensor. The typical use for Microwave click is a proximity or motion detector in various applications and devices. The Microwave click can detect movement or proximity by using the Doppler effect. The onboard microwave motions sensor transmits waves, and picks them back as they hit an object, with their frequency changed. Microwave click does not need optical visibility to work, and the waves can penetrate many kinds of barriers and obstacles.

7x10 B click Released

70 super bright blue LEDs for displaying the most versatile set of symbols and characters 7x10 B click displays letters, numbers, and characters in a 7x5 font resolution. It carries a matrix of 70 blue LEDs driven by a pair of 8-bit serial-in, parallel-out shift registers, a Darlington Transistor array and a Johnson counter. The display has the capability to scroll the text across the screen.

7x10 Y click Released

70 super bright yellow LEDs for displaying the most versatile set of symbols and characters 7x10 Y click displays letters, numbers, and characters in a 7x5 font resolution. It carries a matrix of 70 yellow LEDs driven by a pair of 8-bit serial-in, parallel-out shift registers, a Darlington Transistor array and a Johnson counter. The display has the capability to scroll the text across the screen.

Boost click Released

Use our new boost converter to step up the voltage in your next project. Boost click carries Microchip's MIC2606, a 2MHz, PWM DC/DC boost switching regulator available in a 2mm x 2mm MLF® package. Boost click provides an adjustable output voltage through the onboard DAC that drives the FB pin of the MIC2606 to set desired output voltage. The click also has an onboard ADC that converts output voltage and sends its digital value through SPI pins of mikroBUS™ to the microcontroller.