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

Teodor from 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.

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Voice controlled LEDs – Flip&click with SpeakUp click project
Posted by Lana Vulic on 19 June 2017 10:48 AM

What do you get when you mix Flip&click, SpeakUp click and 4×4 RGB click in one pot? Voice controlled LEDs of course. Teodor from has made another tutorial that will save you hours and hours of work.

It’s a perfect project for those long summer nights. You can sit outside, sip a cold lemonade and adjust the LEDs strings that you wrapped around the trees with your voice.

Read the whole tutorial and learn how to program SpeakUp click, which words work best for the voice commands, and see the Arduino code that Teodor used.


Flip&click – a place where click boards™ meet Arduino. The four mikroBUS™ sockets on this cool development board will allow you to add more than 300 functionalities. Countless combinations lay before you.

If you visit our GitHub page, you will find Flip&click code examples. No need to start from scratch.

For more information about the Flip&click see the product page.

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BLE2 click and USB-UART click become a Bluetooth beacon
Posted by Lana Vulic on 23 January 2017 09:34 AM

Theodor from has a new tutorial with two of our clicks: BLE2 click and USB-UART click.

In this latest blog post, he teaches everyone how to configure an RN4020 module from Microchip as an Eddystone Bluetooth beacon.

The USB-UART click provides the RX, TX lines for power and the BLE2 click, that carries the RN4020 module, serves as a Bluetooth transmitter.

Bluetooth beacon

Theodor gives a detailed explanation of what a Bluetooth beacon is and what kinds of beacon technologies are currently on the market. Meanwhile, here is a short explanation before you start the tutorial:

A Bluetooth beacon is a broadcasting-only device, transmitting information to nearby smart devices. It uses BLE for the transition of data, and since all smartphones today have BLE, you don’t need a special device to receive the information.

For example, a Bluetooth beacon in a grocery store can send information to your phone about what is on sale in that section of the store. This sort of mobile commerce is only going to get more popular in the next few years.

What is Eddystone?

Eddystone is a BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) beacon profile developed by Google. It is an Apache 2.0-licensed, cross-platform that got its name from the Eddystone Lighthouse in the United Kingdom.

Read the tutorial on and learn how to make such a project yourself. Learn how to transmit an Eddystone URL frame, how to encode the URL address in ASCII and why a pair of AA alkaline batteries could run such a device for more than 5 years.

For more information on BLE2 click you can visit the product page, or the Learn article we have on BLE2 click and Bluetooth Low Energy.

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