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4-20mA R click Released

4-20mA R Click is an add-on board in mikroBUS form factor which serves as a receiver in a 4-20mA current loop standard. It features INA196 current shunt monitor, MCP3201 12-bit ADC as well as the TPS61041 DC/DC boost converter. It receives output current (4-20mA) from the transmitter and converts it into a voltage (0.4-2V). This voltage is converted into a 12-bit data signal in the MCP3201 A/D converter and sent via mikroBUS SPI lines. Together with 4-20mA T Click this board forms a complete 4-to-20mA current loop standard. It is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.
2013/02/06



Compass click (Accel, Mag) Released

Compass Click is an add-on board in the mikroBUS form factor. It features the LSM303DLHC ultra-compact high-performance e-compass 3-axis magnetometer and 3-axis accelerometer module. It includes a specific sensing element and an IC interface capable of measuring both linear acceleration (full-scale of ±2g/±4g/±8g/±16g) and magnetic field (from ±1.3 to ±8.1 gauss full-scale), both in 3 dimensions, and provides a 16-bit data output through an I2C interface. By combining both a compass and an accelerometer in the same chip, magnetic north can be determined regardless of unit orientation. Readings received from the IC can be processed and used to determine earth's magnetic north pole. The board is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only. All these features make this board ideal for compensated compass, position detection, map rotation, pedometer, display orientation and many more applications.
2013/02/06



New Checkout System

A new checkout system has been added to the online store. To try it out simply add a few items to your basket and begin the order placement process.
If you have any comments / suggestions regarding the new system then please contact us.
2013/01/22



Gyro click (Gyroscope) Released

Gyro Click is an add-on board in the mikroBUS form factor. It features the L3GD20 three-axis digital gyroscope module, which is capable of providing the measured angular rate as well as the ambient temperature. The L3GD20 has a full scale of ±250 / ±500 / ±2000 dps and is capable of measuring rates with a user-selectable bandwidth. Gyro Click communicates with the target board microcontroller via mikroBUS SPI (MOSI, MISO, SCK, CS), I2C (SDA, SCL), INT and RST lines. The board is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only. All these features make this board ideal for gaming and virtual reality input devices, motion control, GPS navigation systems and more.
2013/01/16



Proteus 8 Released

Proteus Design Suite version 8 has been released. For more information on what's new in this release of Proteus, please see Labcenter's "What's New" page.
2013/01/15



IR click Released

IR Click is an add-on board in the mikroBUS form factor. It is a compact and easy solution for adding an infrared (IR) remote control module to your design. It features the TSOP38338 IR receiver module as well as a QEE113 IR emitting diode. The 38 kHz receiver carrier frequency is recommended for RCMM, NEC, RC5, RC6, r-step and XMP codes. IR Click communicates with the target microcontroller via mikroBUS UART (Tx and Rx) or AN and PWM lines. Jumpers J2 and J3 allow you to choose between the two options. An SMD jumper is used to select between 3.3V or 5V power supply (soldered in 3.3V position by default).
2013/01/09



GSM2 click Released

GSM2 Click is a perfect solution for adding a GSM/GPRS communication layer to your device. It features the Quectel M95 GSM/GPRS module which supports GSM850MHz, GSM900MHz, DCS1800MHz or PCS1900MHz quad-band frequencies with 85.6 kbps GPRS data transfer. The board is designed in the mikroBUS form factor and contains quadrupole audio/microphone jack, SMA antenna connector and a SIM card socket. GSM Click communicates with the target microcontroller via seven mikroBUS lines (RX, TX, INT, PWM, CS, RST and AN). The board uses a 5V power supply, but can communicate at either 3.3V or 5V voltage levels (selection by SMD jumper). An LED diode indicates the presence of power supply.
2013/01/09



GPS2 click Released

GPS2 Click is an add-on board in the mikroBUS form factor. It includes the Quectel L30 GPS module as well as an SMA antenna connector. The module has an advanced jamming suppression mechanism and innovative RF architecture ensuring maximum GPS performance. It supports location, navigation and industrial applications including autonomous GPS C/A, SBAS (WAAS or EGNOS) and A-GPS. The board is designed for use with active antennas. SMD jumpers are provided in three groups for selecting between UART, I2C and SPI communication lines. Another SMD jumper is used to select between 3.3V or 5V power supply.
2013/01/09



Relay click Released

RELAY Click board features two G6D1AASI-5DC power PCB relay modules as well as two screw terminals. It communicates with the target microcontroller via mikroBUS PWM (RL1) and CS (RL2) pins. A green LED diode indicates the presence of power supply. Controls up to 5A, 250V AC/30V DC loads. The board is designed to use a 5V power supply only, however communication lines voltage level can be in the range of 1.8V to 5V as on-board transistors are used to drive the relays by current sinking.
2013/01/04



Mini-M4 for STM32 Released

MINI-M4 for STM32 is a small ARM Cortex-M4 development board containing the STM32F415RG microcontroller. It is pin compatible with the PIC16F887 and PIC18(L)F45K20 microcontrontrollers and it perfectly fits into a standard DIP40 socket. The board is equipped with a 16MHz SMD crystal oscillator, as well as a 32.768KHz crystal which can be used for the internal RTCC module. It has a reset button and three signal LEDs. The board comes preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader, so no external programmers are needed for development. It operates on a 3.3V power supply. An on-board voltage regulator allows the board to be powered directly from the USB cable.
2012/11/30



Mini-M4 for Stellaris Released

MINI-M4 for Stellaris is a small ARM Cortex-M4 development board containing the LX4F320H5QR microcontroller. It is pin compatible with the PIC16F887 and PIC18(L)F45K20 microcontrontrollers and it perfectly fits into a standard DIP40 socket. The board is equipped with a 16MHz SMD crystal oscillator, as well as a 32.768KHz crystal which can be used for the internal RTCC module. It has a reset button and three signal LEDs. The board comes preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader, so no external programmers are needed for development. It operates on a 3.3V power supply. An on-board voltage regulator allows the board to be powered directly from the USB cable.
2012/11/30



OSD click Released

OSD Click features the MAX7456 single-channel monochrome OSD module with integrated EEPROM memory as well as two RCA sockets. It is used to create on-screen menus and other video overlays - such as custom graphics, company logos, time and date, etc - using 256 user-programmable characters or pictographs. It is NTSC and PAL compatible and displays up to 16 rows x 30 characters. The MAX7456 has an internal sync generator. OSD Click communicates with the target microcontroller via mikroBUS SPI (SDI, SDO, SCK, CS#), RST, LOS, HSYNC and VSYNC lines. The board is designed to use a 5V power supply only. A green LED diode indicates the presence of power supply.
2012/11/30



DALI click Released

DALI Click is a compact board that enables you to add Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) to your design. The board features two optocouplers, a push button and screw terminals. DALI Click communicates with the target board via four mikroBUS lines (RST, CS, PWM and INT). Data between MCU and devices is transferred over two-wire differential bus by means of an asynchronous, half-duplex, serial protocol. It is possible to address up to 64 devices in a DALI stand alone systems and more than 64 devices as DALI subsystems (gateways). The board is designed to use a 3.3V or 5V power supply, and has an LED diode to indicate the presence of power.
2012/11/12



IrThermo click Released

IrThermo Click features either the MLX90614ESF-BAA (3.3V) or MLX90614ESF-AAA (5V) single zone infrared thermometer module capable of non-contact temperature measurements. It is calibrated in wide temperature ranges: -40 to 85°C for the ambient temperature and -70 to +380°C for the object temperature (-20 to 120°C in PWM mode). IrThermo Click communicates with the microcontroller via mikroBUS I2C lines (SCL, SDA) or PWM line. The sensor is ideal for automotive use, industrial temperature control, body temperature measurement, movement detection, air conditioning control and more.
2012/11/12



Breeze B Released

Breeze boards are versatile development boards for 28-pin PIC microcontrollers. Use them for learning, for rapid prototyping of your next project, or as the core board in your final product.
The Breeze B includes a microcontroller with built-in USB support.
2012/10/18



Breeze A (Amicus Compatible) Released

Breeze boards are versatile development boards for 28-pin PIC microcontrollers. Use them for learning, for rapid prototyping of your next project, or as the core board in your final product.
The Breeze A includes a USB-UART converter, for easy serial communication with a computer.
2012/10/18



GSM click Released

GSM Click is an add-on board in the mikroBUS form factor and is a perfect solution for adding a GSM/GPRS communication layer to your device. It features the Telit GL865-QUAD GSM/GPRS module which supports GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900 MHz Quad-band frequency. The board contains a TXB0106 6-bit bidirectional voltage-level translator as well as a SIM card socket. GSM Click communicates with the target microcontroller via seven mikroBUS lines (RX, TX, INT, PWM, CS, RST and AN). The board uses a 3.3V power supply, but can communicate at either 3.3V or 5V voltage levels (selection by SMD jumper). An LED diode indicates the presence of power supply.
2012/10/09



nRF C click (nRF24L01) Released

nRF C Click is an add-on board organised in the mikroBUS form factor. It features a Nordic nRF24L01P 2.4 GHz transceiver module with an embedded baseband protocol engine as well as 2.4 GHz SMD chip antenna. 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 C Click communicates with the 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.
2012/10/09



nRF T click (nRF24L01) Released

nRF T Click is an add-on board in the mikroBUS form factor. It features the Nordic nRF24L01P 2.4 GHz transceiver module with an embedded baseband protocol engine as well as 2.4 GHz PCB trace antenna. 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 C Click communicates with the 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.
2012/10/09



New Product: Thermocouple Type-K Probe

Type-K thermocouple with glass braid insulation is used for precision measurements of high temperatures. The thermocouple itself can measure up to 480°C. It is 2 meters long and ends with a PCC-SMP connector which is compatible with the THERMO click board.
2012/09/18