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Week 5 update — 50 clicks in 50 days with Microchip
Posted by Lana Vulic on 10 April 2017 04:03 PM

We are at week 5 of the click into MCC with Microchip. In case you are wondering what is the theme of this week, we’ll tell you right away. It’s Interface.

Week 5 – Interface click boards™

With MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC) plugin and ready-made click board libraries, you are pretty much good to go with any project.

Visit the 50 in 50 page and find out what the previous weeks brought us.

As the weeks progress so do the options you have. Imagine everything you will be able to do by week 8.

ETH click features ENC28J60, a 28-pin, 10BASE-T stand alone Ethernet Controller. USB SPI click does precisely as the name says, it’s an easy solution for adding SPI serial communication via USB cable. Send and receive data. Communicates with industrial machines or smart home appliances.

For more information about our interface click boards™ visit the shop.

Yours sincerely,

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50 in 50 with Microchip — We have come half way
Posted by Lana Vulic on 03 April 2017 03:07 PM

The quick-start software library by Microchip for click boards™ is half-done. Time really does fly when you are having fun, it feels like the 50 in 50 campaign started only yesterday.

The next live stream is scheduled for April 17, so make sure you are online at the right time. It’s your chance to get answers on everything click related. Microchip is giving away click boards™ this time as well.

Visit the Microchip 50 in 50 page to learn more about the campaign and how to get started with the MCC Code configurator and the click board libraries.

In case you are joining us now, here is a quick overview of what happened so far:

Week 1 — Sensors

The first week of the campaign brought us all sorts of sensors. From Compass 2 click to help you if you lost your direction. To Air quality click that has an on-board sensor which detects gases impacting indoor air quality.

Week 2 — Sensors

Even more helpful sensors during the second week of the campaign. Get both humidity and temperature measurements with HDC100 click. Measure your pulse with Heart rate click. Or how loud you really are when your singing in the shower with Noise click.

Week 3 — HMI and storage

Do you need capacitive touch sensing? Touchpad click supports taps, double taps, swipes and scrolling features.

The thirds week brought human machine interface and storage click boards™. With three different EEPROM click boards™ you can add temporary data storage in just a few minutes.

Week 4 — Mixed signal

Digital to analog, analog to digital conversion. Don’t worry, we got you covered with mixed signal click boards™ during week four.

For more information visit our click board™ page and start with the click that you find most interesting.

Yours Sincerely,

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50 in 50 with Microchip– Everything you need is just a click away
Posted by Lana Vulic on 08 March 2017 05:33 PM

In the next 50 days, Microchip will add one click board™ per day to their quick-start library for MCC, the Code Configurator. Starting from today you can join in on the excitement. Visit the Microchip 50 in 50 page, and take a look at what is happening during this first week.

With MCC and our click boards™ you’ll be developing with ease. It’s clear to everyone that our click boards™ are the standard for embedded developers around the world.

MCC or MPLAB® Code Configurator from Microchip

The award-winning MPLAB® Code Configurator or MCC is a free software plugin for MPLAB X and MPLAB Xpress Integrated Development Environments. It generates easily modifiable, production-ready application code for many 8- and 16-bit PIC MCUs in just a few mouse clicks.

The MCC plugin gives you a clear and simple graphical interface to configure peripherals and functions specific to the application you are building.

You’ll save so much time, you’ll probably get a new hobby.

Week one

The first week brings us the popular Alcohol click, and seven other sensor clicks boards™. If you are planning to add sensors to your project while you are using a Microchip development board, this is the perfect time to start following the campaign.

The mikroBUS™ socket and Microchip development boards

So far Microchip has 11 development boards that support the mikroBUS™ standard. The MPLAB Xpress evaluation board is one of them. The Drag-and-Drop programming feature makes it compatible with almost any USB-connected PC, laptop or tablet.

Of course, we’ll keep you updated as the days go by. So stay tuned.

Yours Sincerely,

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