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Jul
21
Flip&Click and Python to control servo motors for IoT projects
Posted by Lana Vulic on 21 July 2017 12:20 PM

We wanted to share an interesting Flip&Click project with you this sunny Friday. Our split-personality development board is as popular as ever.

So, visit the Zerynth blog and find out how you can control Servo Motors in an IoT project. If you want to try it out right away, you will be needing Zerynth Studio, a Servo Motor of your choice, WiFi 4 click and of course, Flip&Click.

Read the whole tutorial and you’ll get detailed instructions on how to connect all the components, code snippets in Python, step-by-step explanations and images.

Flip&Click

Flip&Click is a two-sided development board with a split personality. It can be used as a 32-bit Arduino Due powered by ARM Cortex™-M3 AT91SAM3X8E microcontroller, but it can also run Python. In either case, it’s a beginner-friendly rapid prototyping tool expandable with up to four click boards (out of hundreds available).

For more information about the Flip&Click see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jul
20
mikroBUS™ is growing and it’s everywhere
Posted by Lana Vulic on 20 July 2017 10:36 AM

We updated the article about third party boards that support mikroBUS™ the other day, and that got us thinking. It’s hard to see clearly when you are in the eye of the storm, so now we are trying to look at the situation from the outside. The mikroBUS™ standard is growing every day, and people around the world are realizing how revolutionary it is.

Check out the Learn article and see the whole list of development boards that support the mikroBUS™.

The latest ones we added are from Microchip. So, right now there are 14 development boards from Microchip that support mikroBUS™. And over 30 in total. We’ll let you know when we get to 50.

No soldering, no wires, no time-wasting

Our click board™ product manager Aleksandar says he is not surprised that things are going so well and at this speed.

We are adding new click boards™ to our range every day, and that is one of the main advantages. Hundreds and hundreds of different functionalities are available to our customers. You don’t need to waste time with soldering, wires and various components. Just plug the click into the mikroBUS™ socket and you are well on your way to create a great project.

He was kind enough to take a break from work to pose for this photo.

It’s going to be an exciting journey. We’re planning to have over 500 click boards™ early next year. The whole team is young and eager to try new things and constantly improve. I can’t imagine a better working environment.

Add mikroBUS™ to your own board

Of course, you can add the mikroBUS™ socket to your design. As long as you adhere to the standard specifications. So make sure you mark the silkscreen with the mikroBUS™ logo.

Let us know if you make something, send an email to office@mikroe.com.

For more information about the mikroBUS™ standard see the official page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jul
19
New MCU card for the EasyPIC Fusion board
Posted by Lana Vulic on 19 July 2017 09:23 AM

Today we have a new MCU card for the EasyPIC Fusion development board. The Microchip MCU onboard the card has 415 DMIPS and 250MHz maximum frequency.

EasyPIC FUSION v7 ETH MCUcard with PIC32MZ2048EFH144

This particular EasyPIC FUSION v7 ETH MCUcard contains the PIC32MZ2048EFH144 microcontroller with on-chip peripherals. It’s a great choice for both beginners and professionals. After testing and building the final program, this card can also be taken out of the board socket and used in your final device.

EasyPIC Fusion v7

The EasyPIC Fusion development board supports three different architectures: dsPIC33, PIC24, and PIC32.

The board has a 104-pin MCU socket which you can use to add eight different cards from our shop.

For more information about the MCU card, see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jul
18
30% discount on Visual TFT software
Posted by Lana Vulic on 18 July 2017 02:39 PM

With the release of the PIC32 compilers, we wanted to surprise you with a special discount.

If you order any of our 21 compilers and the Visual TFT software (both electronic license or USB dongle) you’ll get a 30% discount on the Visual TFT. So, use this opportunity and get the best GUI creator.

Design and code in one place, seamlessly switch between the environments by using the F12 keyboard shortcut.

Drag and drop visual components while the compiler generates the code in the background. Just focus on your design, and the compiler will do the rest.

For more information on Visual TFT see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jul
18
PIC32 compilers v.4.0.0
Posted by Lana Vulic on 18 July 2017 01:33 PM

Version 4.0.0 of the PIC32 compilers is in the shop!

This compiler release is a double treat – Visual TFT has been integrated with all three PIC32 compilers (C, Basic, and Pascal), and we have added support for FreeRTOS for mikroC PRO for PIC32.

Code and compile in one environment from now on.

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Jul
18
PIC32 compilers – Visual TFT integrated, FreeRTOS support
Posted by Lana Vulic on 18 July 2017 01:11 PM

Version 4.0.0 of the PIC32 compilers has just been released! Visual TFT is now integrated with the compiler. FreeRTOS is supported for mikroC. The total number of supported MCUs has reached 187.

To see all the changes that have been implemented with this release, visit the RoadMap page.

Visual TFT integrated with the compiler

Our plan to have all the compilers merged with Visual TFT software is going exactly as we have planned. After FT90x, dsPIC, PIC and AVR compilers we have updated the PIC32 compilers with this feature.

You’ll be able to create amazing GUIs with just a few clicks. Switch between coding and designing by pressing F12 on your keyboard.

FreeRTOS supported in mikroC

With the release 4.0.0 we have implemented support for FreeRTOS in the mikroC for PIC32 compiler. All your complex projects will be organized and ordered. Accomplishing numerous different tasks with ease.

It’s the task scheduler you have been waiting for.

187 supported MCUs

The total number of supported MCUs in now 187. You can see the full list at the product page. Use the search box if you want to find a specific microcontroller. But you can also filter them by RAM or the pin count or Flash memory.

If you want to see what MCUs have been added to this release, visit the RoadMap page.

For more information on PIC32 compilers, see the product page for each one.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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