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Aug
4
mikroBUS™ socket on all the Microchip Curiosity boards
Posted by Lana Vulic on 04 August 2017 12:36 PM

According to psychologists around the world, red is the color that motivates you to take action the most. Looking at the eight Curiosity Development Boards from Microchip and their bright red PCB, no one could resist starting an ambitious project right away. Each one has either one or two mikroBUS™ sockets.

Curious about the Curiosity boards?

These boards are 8-bit,16-bit and 32-bit PIC® MCU centered development platforms which you can expand with more than 300 of our click boards™.

Just think, Microchip made click board™ libraries for the MPLAB® Code Configurator. They began adding click libraries in March this year, during their 50 clicks in 50 days campaign. Every week was dedicated to a different click category, from sensors to motor control.

So, you can jump right in and start a project with your favorite click boards and one of the Curiosity boards.

Our click board™ range is growing every day. Any functionality that might cross your mind is in our shop. A click board that detects thunder, another one that measures the level of CO2 in the air, or a click that regulates LED blinking and more.

For more information about the mikroBUS™ standard, see the official page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Aug
1
Discovering click boards™ – a video review you need to see
Posted by Lana Vulic on 01 August 2017 08:40 AM

DigiKey Electronics, our distributor, has launched a video series called “New product discovering with Randall Restle“. The series is meant to help engineers and makers find new products for their projects. You can watch it on their YouTube channel.

Every two weeks a new episode is released. Last week Randall made a really great overview of our click board™ range.

By the end of the video, he also talks about some of our other products, so watch the whole thing.

 

Here is what Randall had to say about MikroElektronika and click boards™:

What they sell are these little click board™ modules. Now it turns out we have hundreds of these, and I am forever impressed at the large companies that buy these. These are not just for makers and maker pros – they are very well suited for those guys, but they are also used by very large companies.”

He goes on and explains what the IrThermo click board, that he is holding in his hand, does. And related to that, what is the mikroBUS™ standard.

Rather than you to take the time to evaluate the sensor, and make your own board, and all of the overhead cost to get this thing working – these are essentially like single chip functions that you can put right on a board along with your custom host board.

For more information about our click board, visit the shop.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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Jul
20
mikroBUS™ is growing and it’s everywhere
Posted by Lana Vulic on 20 July 2017 10:36 AM

We updated the article about third party boards that support mikroBUS™ the other day, and that got us thinking. It’s hard to see clearly when you are in the eye of the storm, so now we are trying to look at the situation from the outside. The mikroBUS™ standard is growing every day, and people around the world are realizing how revolutionary it is.

Check out the Learn article and see the whole list of development boards that support the mikroBUS™.

The latest ones we added are from Microchip. So, right now there are 14 development boards from Microchip that support mikroBUS™. And over 30 in total. We’ll let you know when we get to 50.

No soldering, no wires, no time-wasting

Our click board™ product manager Aleksandar says he is not surprised that things are going so well and at this speed.

We are adding new click boards™ to our range every day, and that is one of the main advantages. Hundreds and hundreds of different functionalities are available to our customers. You don’t need to waste time with soldering, wires and various components. Just plug the click into the mikroBUS™ socket and you are well on your way to create a great project.

He was kind enough to take a break from work to pose for this photo.

It’s going to be an exciting journey. We’re planning to have over 500 click boards™ early next year. The whole team is young and eager to try new things and constantly improve. I can’t imagine a better working environment.

Add mikroBUS™ to your own board

Of course, you can add the mikroBUS™ socket to your design. As long as you adhere to the standard specifications. So make sure you mark the silkscreen with the mikroBUS™ logo.

Let us know if you make something, send an email to office@mikroe.com.

For more information about the mikroBUS™ standard see the official page.

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

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