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Boards for implementing analogue funcitonality; such as potentiometer inputs, ADC, DAC, etc.

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ADC click
 
mikroBUS
ADC click ADC Click is an accessory board in mikroBus form factor. It includes a 12-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) MCP3204 that features 50k samples/second, 4 input channels and low-power consumption (500nA typical standby, 2uA max). Board uses industry standard SPI communication interface. It is small in size and features convenient screw terminals for easier connections. Board is set to use 3.3V power supply by default. Place PWR SEL SMD jumper to 5V position if used with 5V systems.
R345  Qty:
Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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ADC2 click
 
mikroBUS
ADC2 click ADC 2 click carries MCP3551/3, which is a 22-bit ADC with automatic internal offset and gain calibration. This high precision analog-to-digital converter has total unadjusted error of less than 10 ppm, and low-output noise of 2.5 µV RMS. The board carries two pairs of screw screw terminals: VIN- for bringing in reference voltage, VIN+ for the positive voltage. VCC out and GND are output voltages. The click communicates with the target board through mikroBUS CS, CSK and MISO lines. Can use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.
R345  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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ADC3 click
 
mikroBUS
ADC3 click ADC3 click carries Microchip's MCP3428 16-bit multichannel analog-to-digital converter. The click has four pairs of screw terminals onboard, letting you access the chip's four differential input channels. At the highest resolution of 16-bits, the chip outputs conversion results at 15 samples per second. At 14-bits, the sample rate is 60 SPS. Maximum conversion speed is achieved in 12-bit mode, 240 samples per second. A pair of onboard jumpers allow switching between different I2C addresses. ADC3 click communicates with the target MCU through mikroBUS I2C pins (SCL, SDA). It is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.
R315  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Voltmeter click
 
mikroBUS
Voltmeter click Voltmeter click is a mikroBUS add-on board for measuring voltage in an external electric circuit. The board is designed to measure Direct Current only, and has a measurement range from 0 to 24V (it’s possible to measure both positive and negative charges). The design of the board is based on an OpAmp set up as a differential amplifier with a buffered input. Two onboard screw terminals (probe+ and probe-) are bringing in the current, which then flows through a row of four resistors. A voltage – proportional to the input charge – is generated across the last two resistors. From there it is sent to the differential amplifier that further intensifies the difference between the two inputs (+/-). The resulting charge is exactly 33 times lower than the actual measured voltage. It is converted by an onboard 12-bit ADC before being outputted through the mikroBUS SPI interface (the firmware in the target board MCU should be set up to multiply the ADC value to get the actual voltage). It is also possible to output the analog value directly through the mikroBUS AN pin (useful if the target MCU has a higher resolution ADC). The board can work with either a 3.3V or a 5V power supply.
R345  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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EasyADC
 
IDC10
EasyADC The EasyADC Board enables you to connect your development board to a 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The board features a 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) MCP3204 with 4 inputs and 4.096 voltage reference.
R345  Qty:
Weight: 5g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Current click
 
mikroBUS
Current click Current Click is an add-on board used for the measurement of electric current. It features an INA196 current shunt monitor, MCP3201 12-bit ADC, MAX6106 voltage reference as well as two screw terminals. The board receives current from the output circuit connected to IN(+) and OUT(-) pins of the first screw terminal connectors. INA196 IC converts this current into a voltage. The second screw terminal is used for external shunt. In order to measure current values in various bands, you need to provide the shunt of the appropriate value. Four shunts with different values are provided in the package. Current Click communicates with the target microcontroller via mikroBUS SPI or AN lines. The board is designed to work with either a 3.3V or 5V power supply.
R345  Qty:
Est. Weight: 25g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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Ammeter click
 
mikroBUS
Ammeter click Ammeter click is a mikroBUS add-on board with circuitry for measuring electric current (both AC and DC).

Two onboard screw terminals (probe+ and probe-) are bringing in the current, which then passes through a shunt resistor. A voltage proportional to the strength of the current is generated accross the resistor. This voltage passes through an amplifier before it's fed into a 12-bit ADC which then outputs a digital value through the mikroBUS SPI interface.

The firmware processes the digital value to determine the exact amperage between 1mA and 1A for DC current. It's also possible to measure AC current by deriving the value from peak to peak measurements. At the same time, the voltage can be directly monitored through the AN pin.

The board uses either a 3.3V or 5V power supply (it's important not to power the board from the same power source you wish to measure).
R345  Qty:
Est. Weight: 15g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Hall Current click
 
mikroBUS
Hall Current click Hall current click is a high precision current sensor. It carries a galvanically isolated TLI4970-D050T4 miniature magnetic digital current sensor that utilizes the Hall effect to measure electric current. It can detect current levels from -49 to +49 amps, both AC and DC. The board carries two EXTreme ZPower connectors (IP- and IP+) to connect the conductor. The current rail is galvanically isolated from the interface to the microcontroller. The sensor readings are sent to the target board through the mikroBUS SPI (SDO, SCK, and CS) lines. The board uses a 3.3V power supply only.
Hall current click can be used with dangerous voltage levels. Use caution when working with current and the Hall current click - DO NOT TOUCH THE BOARD WHILE THE EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY IS ON!
R485  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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AC Current click
 
mikroBUS
AC Current click AC Current click can measure alternating currents up to 30A. The board features the MCP3201 ADC (analog to digital converter) and the MCP607 CMOS Op Amp, both from Microchip. The click is designed to run on either a 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates with the target MCU over an SPI interface, and the AN pin on the mikroBUS™ line.
R200  Qty:
Weight: 27g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
Bundle (w/ Sensor)    R415  Qty:
Weight: 45g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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LDC1000 click (Inductance Measurement)
 
mikroBUS
LDC1000 click (Inductance Measurement) The LDC1000 click board carries the world's first inductance-to-digital converter IC, along with a detachable sensor (an LC tank comprising a 36-turn PCB coil and a 100pF 1% NPO capacitor). The LDC1000 IC has a sub-micron resolution in short range applications; the board is ideal for highly precise short range measurements of the position, motion or composition of conductive targets. Inductive sensing is highly reliable: harsh conditions don't hinder the performance of LDC1000 IC. Onboard INA and INB pins allow you to replace the provided detachable sensor and solder your own. LDC1000 click communicates with the target board through mikroBUS SPI (CS, SCK, MISO, MOSI) and INT lines. The board is designed to use either a 3.3V or a 5V power supply.
R500  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: 2 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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Potentiometer Board
 
IDC10
Potentiometer Board The Potentiometer Board is an accessory board offering an effective, low-cost solution for testing analog inputs on a prototype board. Connect your prototype device to the Potentiometer Board using an IDC10 connector.
R230  Qty:
Weight: 10g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Digital Pot click
 
mikroBUS
Digital Pot click DIGIPOT Click is an accessory board in mikroBus form factor. It features a single-channel digital potentiometer MCP4161 with 8-bit resolution (256 wiper steps) and industry-standard SPI serial interface. The resistance value of the digital potentiometer goes up to 10k. It features outstanding AC/DC characteristics and low power consumption. It can be used in audio equipment, servo-motor control, battery charging and control, LCD contrast control, programmable filters etc.
R240  Qty:
Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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Digital Pot 2 click
 
mikroBUS
Digital Pot 2 click DIGI POT 2 click is a mikroBUS add-on board with a single channel digital potentiometer TPL0501 with 256 wiper positions. The IC has 100 kilo Ohms end-to-end resistance, with ± 20% tolerance. The board features two pairs of screw terminals for interfacing with the IC DIGI POT 2 click communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS SPI pins (MISO, MOSI, SCK, CS). The board is designed to use either a 3.3 or a 5V power supply.
R240  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Digital Potentiometer
 
IDC10
Digital Potentiometer The Digital Potentiometer Board includes a SPI Interfaced single-channel digital potentiometer MCP41010. The board enables you to set potentiometer values from 0 to 10k. It comes with many simple and ready-to-use examples.
R240  Qty:
Weight: 10g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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DAC click
 
mikroBUS
DAC click The DAC Click board is an accessory board in mikroBus form factor. It includes the MCP4921 12-bit Digital-to-Analog Converter which features a SPI interface and optional dual-buffered output. The board provides high accuracy and low noise performance for industrial applications where calibration or compensation of signals, such as temperature, pressure and humidity, are required. The board is set to use the 3.3V mikroBus power supply by default, however soldering the PWR SEL SMD jumper to the 5V position will allow it to be used with 5V mikroBus systems.
R260  Qty:
Weight: 20g. Stock: 1 available immediately [i]. mikroE Icon
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DAC2 click
 
mikroBUS
DAC2 click DAC2 click carries LTC2601CDD, a 16-bit digital-to-analog converter, along with voltage output screw terminals. The chip has high rail-to-rail output drives (±15mA, Min) and double-buffered data latches. The click board communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS SPI interface with clock rates up to 50MHz. Additionally, the CLR pin, in place of default mikroBUS RST pin, clears all the registers. The board uses either a 3.3V or 5V power supply. You can also set the reference voltage either to VCC or 4.096V.
R270  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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DAC3 click
 
mikroBUS
DAC3 click DAC3 click carries Microchip's MCP4726 IC, a 12-bit digital-to-analog converter, along with voltage output screw terminals. The digital value is converted to the appropriate voltage level in the range between GND and REFERENCE (VCC or 4.096V), which is proportional to the received 12-bit number. MCP4726 also integrates EEPROM for storing DAC register and configuration bit values. The board communicates with the target board MCU through the mikroBUS I2C interface (SCL, SDA pins). Standard (100 kHz), fast (400 kHz) and highspeed (3.4 MHz) I2C modes are available. Uses either a 3.3V or a 5V power supply.
R260  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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DAC Board
 
IDC10
DAC Board The DAC Board is an accessory board provided with a D/A converter MCP4921 with a serial peripheral interface (SPI). This board is ideal for connecting microcontrollers with analog devices.
R260  Qty:
Weight: 5g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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R2R DAC
 
IDC10
R2R DAC The R2R DAC Board features an on-board digital-to-analog converter R2R that uses R/2R-network and rail-to-rail operational amplifier MCP6284 (450 uA, 5 MHz). The board is connected to a prototype device via an on-board IDC10 connector
R130  Qty:
Est. Weight: 5g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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Comparator click
 
mikroBUS
Comparator click Comparator click, carrying the LM2903 IC, which has two independent precision voltage comparators. Two pairs of screw terminals allow you to connect separate inputs (additional two screw terminals are for GND connections). You can use it either with a single (range of 2.0 VDC to 36 VDC) or dual power supply (from ± 1.0 VDC to ±18 VDC). Two potentiometers are placed between the terminals and the IC. Each input has its own Interrupt pin on the mikroBUS socket (one on the INT pin, the other in place of the mikroBUS AN pin), marked 01 and 02.
R170  Qty:
Est. Weight: 25g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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R Meter click
 
mikroBUS
R Meter click R Meter click is a mikroBUS add-on board with circuitry for measuring the value of resistors. The board can be used to measure a wide range of resistors (from 0 to 1 Mega Ohm) The design is based on a non-inverting amplifier circuit, with the measured resistor placed in a feedback loop that influences the gain of the amplifier. The analog output is fed through a 12-bit ADC with the final output going through the mikroBUS SPI interface. Since the ADC has a limited min-max range (0-2043), R Meter click employs a multiplexer that can adjust the input signal to the amplifier and thus allow the same ADC to measure four different scopes of values (0-1k , 1k-100k, 100k-1M) The supplied firmware automatically scans the ADC value and switches the multiplexer output based on the resistor in place. The multiplexer interfaces directly with the target board MCU through mikroBUS S1, S2, and S3 pins (in place of default mikroBUS PWM, INT and RST). Onboard screw terminals are placed to allow the click to be used with multimeter probes. The board is designed to use a 5V power supply.
R385  Qty:
Est. Weight: 20g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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C Meter click
 
mikroBUS
C Meter click C Meter click is a mikroBUS add-on board with circuitry for measuring the value of capacitors. The design is based on a NE-555 timer/square-wave generator. The chip is implemented in an astable multivibrator circuit with fixed resistors and adjustable capacitors.

The board has four different-sized plates for placing SMD capacitors (covering standard SMD packaging dimensions) as well as a socket for inserting a thru hole capacitor.

The board outputs a square wave frequency through the INT pin. Depending on the capacitor placed on the board, the value of this frequency changes. The value of a capacitor can be inferred using a simple algorithm (shown in the Libstock code example).

Onboard screw terminals are placed to allow the click to be used with multimeter probes.

C Meter click is designed to use a 5V power supply, but can work with either 3.3V or 5V logic levels.
R130  Qty:
Est. Weight: 15g. Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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ADAC click
 
mikroBUS
ADAC click ADAC click is an 8-channel 12-bit ADC, DAC and GPIO. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. ADAC click communicates with the target microcontroller over I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by the RST pin on the mikroBUS™ line.
R370  Qty:
Stock: Available in 5-10 working days [i]. mikroE Icon
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