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Flip&click and LoRa click – a LoRaWAN protocol project
Posted by Lana Vulic on 23 May 2017 03:07 PM

We wanted to turn your attention towards a tutorial about creating a LoRaWAN network, from our friends at Zerynth. The network is programmed in Python, which is where out Flip&click development board comes in handy, as it can run on Python.

LoRaWAN network is a media access control (MAC) protocol for wide area networks.

Flip&click plays the part of the Node in the LoRaWAN network, and LoRa click onboard it is an endpoint in the network as well.

Click here to read the whole tutorial, and learn more about The Things Network (TTN), LoRaWAN architecture, network gateways, nodes, and sending messages.

LoRa click

LoRa click carries Microchip’s RN2483 fully certified LoRa Sub-GHz, 433/868 MHz European R&TTE Directive Assessed Radio Modem.

The RN2483 module has a specified range of >15km in rural and suburban settings and >5km coverage in urban areas.


Flip & click is a two-sided development board. 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.

Considering we have almost 300 click boards available, that presents you with an immeasurable possibility of combinations.

For more information about Flip&click, see the product page. The user manual is linked at the bottom of the page.

Also, check out our article about the LoRaWAN network covering the Italian town of Pisa. Perhaps it will inspire you to start a similar project.

Yours sincerely,

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IoT alcohol tester project with Alcohol click
Posted by Lana Vulic on 20 February 2017 03:11 PM

Francesco from has made an interesting project with Alcohol click – an alcohol tester that estimates the blood alcohol content from a breath sample. Isn’t that something that everyone needs at a house party?

Alcohol click measures the level of alcohol from a simple breath sample, and the Zerynth app displays the level of alcohol in a person’s blood.

Real life IoT contest

Remember when we wrote about Zerynth’s real life IoT contest, where you could win Hexiwear as a prize?

Don’t forget that we have more than 250 click boards to choose from. The contest is still going on, so if you use your imagination and make an amazing combination of click boards and write good code, Hexiwear could be yours.

Of course, Alcohol click is not our only sensor click. Ozone click carries a compact MOS sensor for ozone (O3). Methane click does as the name implies – detects the levels of methane gas in the air. We even have a click board™ that can detect the presence and proximity of lightning – Thunder click.

We haven’t even scratched the surface with the sensor click boards, let alone the wireless connectivity range, the display click boards™ or audio and voice range.

Alcohol click

Alcohol click has high sensitivity to alcohol and it can detect concentrations from 0.04 to 4mg/l. There is a small potentiometer onboard that will allow you to adjust the Load Resistance of the sensor circuit.

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

Yours Sincerely,

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Win Hexiwear in the Zerynth IoT competition
Posted by Lana Vulic on 28 December 2016 09:02 AM

Zerynth is having a competition for the best real life IoT project. Whoever wins gets our Hexiwear as a prize, and Zerynth compatible MikroElektronika click boards.

The competition has started on December 20 and lasts until February 17, just after Valentine’s day, so you have plenty of time to come up with an amazing project or several.

What is Zerynth Studio?

Zerynth Studio is an IDE for embedded programming in Python or C/Phython, that enables IoT devices. If you go to their website you can download the software for Windows, Linux, and MAC. They have a nice tutorial that explains it all in detail, so take a look.

The Contest

The contest is open to everyone, who wants to build a real life IoT project. The number of projects you can submit is not limited to anything, other than your imagination and drive.

Without further ado, here are the rules:

    1. Your project must use Zerynth and one of the supported boards (you can find the list here).
    2. The project must be a real life IoT device, meaning it should easily be used in everyday situations.
    3. You must submit the project on these two platforms:

Hexiwear is the first prize

The winner of the competition wins a Hexiwear. When the voting is over, the winners will be announced on the Zerynth blog and on the Zerynth Community Forum.

The three most voted projects will get a Flip & click board and other MikroElektronika click boards that are compatible with Zerynth: (LoRa, WiFi Plus, Bargraph, Temp&Hum, I2C 1 Wire, Thumbstick, REED, DC MOTOR, Vibra sense, IR Distance, microSD, RELAY, Motion).

Hexiwear 3D files

If you go to the Download section of the Hexiwear website, at the bottom you will find the complete Hexiwear 3D design files, including the casing and accessories. You can have Hexiwear in any color now, all you need is a 3D printer, we have provided everything else.

Yours Sincerely,

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