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Aug
9
clicker 2 for PIC18FK tutorial and review
Posted by Lana Vulic on 09 August 2017 12:36 PM

Electronza.com is always a great source of information. Teodor, who runs the blog, keeps posting tutorials that are easy to follow and useful. Today we wanted to share one with you.

A couple of days ago he posted a new one, on how to program the clicker 2 for PIC18KF in Microchip’s MPLAB Xpress IDE. Since the PIC18F67K40 onboard this clicker 2 development board is supported in the MPLAB Code Configurator, Teodor has decided to try to put these two to work together.

You may remember the MPLAB Code Configurator from the 50 clicks in 50 days campaign we had with Microchip this spring when they started adding click boards™ to their quick-start software libraries.

Read the whole tutorial and find out what are the proper settings, what code you need for simple LED blinking and why Teodor really likes the clicker 2 for PIC18FK.

PIC18FK vs. PIC18FJ

By the end of the post, you can see a comparison of clicker 2 for PIC18FK and its predecessor clicker 2 for PIC18FJ.

A major difference is the presence of the USB-UART chip on the Clicker 2 for PIC18FK. In my opinion, this makes for a simpler way to communicate with the PC, using only a simple terminal program.

Read on and find out what Teodor thinks about our shields and the Buggy.

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

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jun
26
Weather station idea you need to see
Posted by Lana Vulic on 26 June 2017 03:21 PM

Teodor from electronza.com has prepared another interesting tutorial. We’re glad to see that our click boards™ are a source of inspiration in his projects. This time Weather click takes the stage.

Take a look how you can make a weather station at home, with the help of Weather click and SparkFun’s ESP8266 Thing.

Keep track of the changing degrees and get precise info, instead of waiting for the weather channel to tell you.

Weather click

Weather click carries BME280 integrated environmental unit from Bosch. It’s a sensor that detects humidity, pressure, and temperature, specifically designed for low current consumption and long-term stability. Those features make it ideal for applications like home automation control, personalized weather stations, sport and fitness tools and so on.

The sensor has three operating modes: sleep, forced, and normal. Also, the humidity and pressure sensors can operate independently.

For more information about Weather click, see the product page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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