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May
19
clicker 2 for dsPIC33 – a pocket size development board you need
Posted by Lana Vulic on 19 May 2017 01:57 PM

clicker 2 for dsPIC33 is the perfect platform for testing all your ideas. With 290 click boards in our shop and the range always expanding, you can make thousands of different combinations. So add temperature sensors, WiFi connectivity click boards, displays, motor drivers and more.

Two mikroBUS sockets and a powerful MCU. You are set to make great gadgets and applications faster than you can believe.

clicker 2 for dsPIC33

clicker 2 for dsPIC33 is a compact dsPIC development kit with two mikroBUS™ sockets for click board connectivity. It carries a 16-bit dsPIC33EP512MU810 microcontroller from Microchip, with a 70 MIPS dsPIC DSC core. With a built-in USB-HID bootloader the clicker 2 for dsPIC33 it easy to program.

This compact development board has a li-polymer battery connector, an ON/OFF switch and a micro USB connector, so it can work as a standalone device.

For more information about the board see the product page and the manual, linked at the bottom of the page.

Let us know in the comments section what is the best two-click combination in your experience.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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May
3
RN4678 click – Bluetooth® 4.2 with Secure AES128 Encryption
Posted by Lana Vulic on 03 May 2017 03:13 PM

The sixth Bluetooth® click in our wireless connectivity range is here — RN4678 click.

The low power consumption module onboard the click makes it uniquely suited for the IoT world. When the module is in the deep-sleep mode the power consumption is so low it can run on a single battery for years. It only sends data when it is necessary and then it goes back to sleep.

RN4678 click

RN4678 click carries the RN4678 Bluetooth® 4.2 module from Microchip. The click has both a UART and an I2C interface and runs on a 3.3V power supply.

The module can send data in Bluetooth Classic mode or BLE mode, so you get to choose between two Bluetooth flavors. If IoT and low power consumption is your goal, then BLE mode is what you’re looking for.

Strong encryption

The module has strong AES128 encryption. A 128-bit encryption is one of the strongest encryption methods today.

For more information about the click visit the product page.

Yours Sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Apr
19
clicker 2 for PIC18FK — up to 64 MHz operation with 16 MIPS
Posted by Lana Vulic on 19 April 2017 03:06 PM

clicker 2 for PIC18FK is a pocket-size development board with two mikroBUS™ sockets and the 8-bit PIC18F67K40 microcontroller from Microchip. It’s the quickest way to design and build your own device. Just add two click boards™ and you’re well on your way.

Clicker 2 for PIC18FK

Clicker 2 for PIC18FK carries an 8-bit PIC18F67K40 microcontroller from Microchip offering up to 64 MHz operation with 16 MIPS, with a built-in USB-HID bootloader that makes it easy to program.

The board has a li-polymer battery connector, an ON/OFF switch and a micro USB connector, so it can work as a standalone device. The 1×26 connection pads lining the sides of the clicker 2 for PIC18FK allow you to add extra components to your design. That also makes the board compatible with mikromedia shields.

Explore the click board range

With more than 280 click boards™ we have you can make some truly amazing combinations. Add wireless transceiver, sensors, displays, motor control click boards and more. So let us know what is the best two-click combination in your opinion, in the comment section.

As you know, each click board comes with a Libstock example.

For more information about the clicker 2 for PIC18FK see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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