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Hexiwear – connect to the cloud directly over WiFi or 3G network
Posted by Lana Vulic on 12 June 2017 04:03 PM

From now on you can connect to your cloud directly from Hexiwear by sending data over WiFi and 3G networks. No need to use your phone anymore. Right after releasing the Hexiwear firmware in mikroC, we are presenting you with a new, amazing feature, that will make your life easier.

If you haven’t downloaded the new firmware in mikroC, visit the GitHub repository page. One more reason to use the mikroC PRO for ARM compiler.

Set up the parameters

Place Hexiwear on the Docking Station, add WiFi3 click or 3G SARA click, take your phone. This is beginning to sound like a cake recipe.

You can either set the WiFi parameters – network name and password, or set the 3G parameters, and press “SET VALUES”. You can even choose the position of the click on the Docking Station.

Once you set up the parameters you are done, the device will remember them. Open your account and access all the sensor readings from your Hexiwear.

You’ll use the same Wolkabout account as before. With all the sensor data visualized and carefully arranged, you can monitor the data without any trouble.

Click here to download the new version of the firmware.

WiFi 3 click and 3G SARA click

WiFi3 click is a complete self-contained WiFi solution carrying the ESP8266 module with a system on a chip. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply only.

3G SARA click is a mikroBUS™ add-on board with the smallest UMTS/HSPA cellular modem available today – the u-blox U201, from the award-winning SARA series.

For more information see the official Hexiwear page.

Yours sincerely,

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Hexiwear and Nokia’s Open Ecosystem
Posted by Lana Vulic on 26 May 2017 10:41 AM

Nokia has a new project platform we thought you will be interested in, called Open Ecosystem Network. You can join an existing project or find a challenge to fulfill. Hexiwear is the best stepping stone you could ask for in a contest like this one.

So, what is it all about?

“Open Ecosystem Network is an open, cloud-based, social & mobile co-creation environment.”

It’s a platform for creating innovative and exciting projects that lead us to the world of tomorrow.

You can use the Hexiwear for a project similar to the ones submitted on the Nokia community. Browse through a few to get a general idea. It goes from IoT ideas for waste and resource efficiency, to 5G for sports and breaking language barriers.

Now, considering the number of click boards we have in the sensor range (more than 90), you can use Hexiwear with the Docking Station and create something close to the projects we have on our Learn platform. We have a really informational post about Hexiwear and GSM communication that you can check out. For that particular tutorial, we used the GMS 4 click.

Win a free Hexiwear

Participate in the contest and find out if your idea is as good as you think. Hexiwear is going to be the friend you need. Use it in your project, and we will choose the best one and reward it with a free Hexiwear.

For more information about Hexiwear, see the official website.

Yours sincerely,

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MIC24045 click and Hexiwear – voltage regulation on a display
Posted by Lana Vulic on 12 April 2017 01:16 PM

We released the MIC24045 click only a couple of days ago, but we planned ahead and decided to surprise you with a useful demo with the click and Hexiwear.

First thing first is setting up the click on the Hexiwear Docking Station, along with Hexiwear of course. On the voltage input and output screw terminals on the MIC24045 click we attached a programmable DC power supply and a DC load.

The voltage levels are displayed on the Hexiwear screen, as you can see for yourself from the following image:

You can check out the code on the GitHub page.

MIC24045 click

MIC24045 click carries MIC24045 I2C-programmable, high efficiency, wide input range, 5A synchronous step-down regulator.

The MIC24045 on board the click is a digitally programmable, 5A valley current-mode controlled regulator featuring an input voltage range from 4.5V to 19V. It has thermal warning and thermal shutdown.

For more information about the MIC24045 click visit the product page. If you want to learn more about Hexiwear click here.

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