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nRF S click (nRF24L01) Released

The nRF S click is a compact and easy solution for adding a 2.4 GHz transceiver to your design. It features a nRF24L01P 2.4 GHz transceiver module with an embedded baseband protocol engine as well as an SMA antenna connector (antenna sold separately). The board supports an air data rate of 250 Kbps, 1 Mbps and 2 Mbps and it is suitable for ultra low power designs. Typical applications include wireless PC peripherals, remotes, VoIP headsets, game controllers, sensors, home and commercial automation, active RFID, toys, etc. nRF S click communicates with target board microcontroller via mikroBUS SPI (SDI, SDO, SCK, CS#), CE and INT lines. The board is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.

AlphaNum click Released

AlphaNum click is a simple solution for adding 14-segment alphanumeric display to your device. The board carries two TLC5926 16-bit Constant-Current LED sink Drivers as well as a dual character green or red LED 14-segment display (with two additional segments for commas). AlphaNum click communicates with the target board through mikroBUS RST, CS, SCK, MISO, MOSI, PWM and INT pins (marked here as LE2, LE1, CLK, DOUT, DIN, NUMSEL and NUMSEL respectively). The board is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.

BeagleBone Black

Due to customer demand, we are now also selling BeagleBone Black (Rev C).
BeagleBone Black is a tiny, low-cost, internet enabled, open source and community-supported development platform which runs a variety of OS including Debian, Angstrom and Ubuntu Linux as well as Android.
We also have 4.3" and 7" displays available for the BBB, as well as a Cape for easily adding "click" Accessory Boards for extended functionality.

FRDM-K64f click shield Released

FRDM-K64F click shield is an extension for Freescale's FRDM-K64F development platform. It's a simple shield with two mikroBUS host sockets that allow you to interface more than 100 different types of click boards with the Kinetis MK64FN1M0VLL12 MCU aboard FRDM-KL64Z. Quickly add functionalities like GSM, GPS, WiFi, ZigBee, Bluetooth, or thunder detection, proximity and color sensing and so on. The package includes two 1x8 headers, and single 1x10, and 1x6 headers.

GNSS click Released

GNSS click carries Quectel’s L86 GNSS module with a patch antenna along with an external antenna connector. GNSS stands for Global Navigation Satellite System, an umbrella term that describes both the United States GPS and the Russian GLONASS global positioning systems. Excluding its wider applicability, the L86 module is similar to the L80 module (used on GPS3 click). It includes the same set of technologies: automatic prediction of orbits from internally stored data, adaptive adjusting of on/off time to balance between positioning accuracy and power consumption etc. The board uses a 3.3V power supply.

Camera click Released

Camera click carries OV7670-VL2A, a low voltage CMOS image sensor, connected to an onboard FT900 MCU through a parallel camera interface. The FT900 in turn outputs the camera image to the target board microcontroller through the mikroBUS SPI interface (CS, SCK, MISO, MOSI). An additional RDY pin (INT) signals the camera’s status. Camera click combined with a 32-bit target board MCU will enable you to stream QCIF resolution video (176 x 144 px). Increased processing power and storage capabilities will get you better results (the maximum resolution of the OVO7670 sensor aboard camera click is VGA, 640x480). With 8-bit MCUs, camera click is best used for rendering static images, or for specific applications where a few frames per second are enough.

BlueTooth click Android App

A new example is available for BlueTooth click, featuring an open-source Android aplication. To view the example, please click here.

Expand2 click Released

EXPAND 2 click is an accessory board in mikroBUS form factor. It includes the MCP23017 16-bit I/O expander which features an I2C interface and clock speeds up to 1.7 MHz. Three HARDWARE ADDRESS SEL jumpers allow you to configure the board address and connect up to eight devices on the bus. The controller also supports an interrupt-on-change feature, and has optional weak pull-ups on each input. Expand2 click is set to use a 3.3V power supply by default but you can solder PWR SEL SMD jumper to the 5V position if used with 5V systems.

RTC3 click Released

RTC3 click carries BQ32000, a real time clock with an integrated trickle charge circuit for automatic switchover to a backup power supply (the circuit maintains the backup charge with an onboard super capacitor). The clock frequency is derived from an onboard 32.768KHz oscillator. RTC3 click communicates with the target board microcontroller through mikroBUS I2C lines: SCL, SDA. In addition, the INT pin serves as a configurable interrupt output. The board is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.

Thermo2 click Released

Thermo 2 click carries DS1825, a programmable resolution digital thermometer IC. It measures temperature within a range from - 10°C to 85°C with +/-0.5°C accuracy. You can specify the resolution of the measurements, from 9 to 12-bit, depending on the application. The board communicates with the target microcontroller through a 1-wire interface. Using the onboard jumper, you can choose between two mikroBUS pins for setting the output. Thermo 2 click also features four Address Select jumpers for setting a unique ID for the sensor (allowing for up to 16 sensors to operate on a single 1-Wire bus).

HDC1000 click (Temperature / Humidity Sensor) Released

HDC1000 click is a humidity (and temperature) measurement click board carrying the HDC1000 sensor from TI. Its chief features are low power consumption, precision, and resistance to dust, dirt, and similar environmental contaminants. The relative humidity (0-100%RH) is measured with an accuracy of ±3%; the temperature is measured within a range from -20°C to 85°C with ±0.2°C accuracy. HDC1000 click communicates with the target board MCU through mikroBUS I2C and INT lines. It operates as a slave device on the I2C interface. A pair of onboard jumpers allow you to specify the slave byte address, with four to choose from. The board is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.

Tilt click Released

Tilt click carries a RPI-1035, 4-directional optical tilt sensor. This type of sensor provides positional feedback for left, right, backward or forward movement (tilt). Compared to mechanical solutions, optical direction detectors are less prone to noise caused by vibrations. Compared to magnetic-based direction detectors, they are not influenced by magnetic disturbances. Tilt click communicates with the target board microcontroller through mikroBUS PWM and INT lines, used here for vout1 and vout2 outputs from the sensor. In addition, two onboard LEDs provide visual feedback from the sensor. The board is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.

Flame click Released

Flame click is a fire detection solution. It carries a PT334-6B silicon phototransistor that's covered in black epoxy and therefore sensitive only to infrared light. To use it as a fire alarm, set up the exact detection threshold through the onboard potentiometer (once reached, the click will send an interrupt to the target board MCU through the mikroBUS INT pin). Othewise the sensor can also output a continuous analog signal through the mikroBUS AN pin. Flame click can use both a 3.3V or a 5V power supply.

Rotary click (Encoder) Released

Rotary click carries a 15-pulse incremental rotary encoder with detents, surrounded by a ring of 16 green LEDs. It's a perfect solution for adding a precision input knob to your design. The encoder outputs A and B signals (out of phase to each other) on mikroBus PWM and AN lines; the knob also acts as a push-button which sends an interrupt to the target board MCU via the mikroBus INT line. The LED ring is controlled through SPI lines (CS, SCK, MISO, MOSI and RST). Rotary click can be used with either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.

Quail Board Released

Quail is an STM32-powered development solution for building hardware prototypes with click boards and C# managed code. It brings together click boards and Microsoft's .NET Micro Framework for embedded devices (NETMF). Write code for your Quail projects in Microsoft Visual Studio (free in the community edition); drivers for individual click boards are provided by the MikroBUS.NET team. Hardware-wise, Quail has 4 mikroBUS sockets for click board connectivity, along with 24 screw terminals for connecting additional electronics and two USB ports (one for programming, the other for external mass storage). The board runs on a 5V power supply.

clicker 2 for FT90X Released

clicker 2 is a battery-powered click board with two mikroBUS sockets on board allowing you to take advantage of the huge potential of click boards. This clicker 2 is powered by FT900, a 32-bit FT32 core MCU that operates at 100MHz, has 256kB of flash, 64kB on-chip data memory, and 256kB shadow program memory. The shadow program memory is where the code is executed from, enabling the MCU to work with zero wait states at 100MHz — making it faster than many MCUs with higher clock rates. The onboard LTC 3586-1 IC will provide 3.3V or 5V to the clicks. It turns the USB port into a battery charger. For convenience, clicker 2 for FT900 features a reset button and an ON/OFF switch (you can also connect an external ON/OFF switch). clicker 2 has the same pocket-size form factor and the same pair of 1x26 connection pads as mikromedia boards. This makes it compatible with mikromedia shields letting you expand your device any way you want.

mikroProg for FT90x Released

Fast USB programmer and hardware debugger for FTDI Chip's FT90x devices.

EasyFT90x v7 Released

EasyFT90x v7 is a full-featured development board for FTDI Chip's 32-bit FT90x devices. It contains many on-board modules necessary for developing a variety of applications, including a camera and other multimedia, Ethernet, USB, CAN and more. The on-board mikroProg programmer and debugger supports all currently available FT90x devices. The board is delivered with an FT900 MCU.

mikroC PRO for FT90x Released

mikroC PRO for FT90x is a full-featured ANSI C compiler for FT90x devices from FTDI Chip. It features an intuitive IDE, powerful compiler with advanced optimizations, lots of hardware and software libraries, and additional tools that will help you in your work. The compiler comes with a comprehensive Help file and lots of ready-to-use examples designed to get you started in no time. The compiler license includes free upgrades and free tech support for the products lifetime.

mikroBasic PRO for FT90x Released

mikroBasic PRO for FT90x is a full-featured Basic compiler which makes development of firmware for FT90x devices suitable for everyone. The BASIC programing language is a popular choice for beginners because of the simple syntax and clear code.