IQRF 2 click – IQRF technology transceiver

Right after IQRF click we have the sequel - IQRF 2 click. IQRF 2 click IQRF 2 click carries the DCTR-72DAT RF transceiver, operating in the 868/916 MHz frequency. The click is designed...

IQRF click – RF transceiver

IQRF technology has low power consumption, and it’s intended for low speed and low data volume wireless connectivity applications. The transmission range goes from tens to hundreds...
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LPS22HB click – a digital barometer

We have a new click that works well under pressure. From 260 to 1260 hPa, to be precise. LPS22HB click is a digital barometer. LSP22HB click LPS22HB click carries...

Flip&click and LoRa click – a LoRaWAN protocol project

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...

MCP1664 click – Light up the dark

Did you know that the inventor of LEDs was actually trying to invent a laser? Way back in 1962, Nick Holonyak made the first LED, or light...

RN4871 click – low energy Bluetooth®

Right after RN4870 click, we have another Bluetooth® click board - RN4871 click. RN4871 click RN4871 click carries the RN4871 Bluetooth® 4.2 low energy module from Microchip. The click is designed...

RN4870 click — Bluetooth® Low Energy 4.2

As the world of smart connected devices grows so does the Bluetooth standard. Our newest click board – RN4870 click – carries a Bluetooth® 4.2 module from Microchip. RN4870...

THERMO 5 click — monitoring four temperature channels

Less than a week has passed, and we have another click board™ for temperature measuring. THERMO 5 click can measure up to 191°C. That’s the temperature at...
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WiFi 7 click — Optimized for low-power IoT applications

Most IoT devices these days are expected to run on a single battery for years. The power consumption needs to be as low as possible. The WiFi...

THERMO 4 click — Digital temperature sensor

With the unpredictable May weather, you need something to keep track of the changing degrees. How about our newest click board™? THERMO 4 click carries a sensor...