This one is for all NECTO Studio users but also people who love to wear fun colors. It is this beautiful turquoise blue color with the large NECTO Studio logo on the front and the Mikroe logo on the left sleeve. We can say that these T-shirts are one of the favorites among our colleagues - you can catch a lot of us wearing them to work.
If you are a legend or feel like one, this one is for you! This was the exclusive print for our 1000 Click boards™ celebration, and now you have a chance to own one too. Feel like you're part of our team, and be classy while tinkering with your favorite time-saving development tools - Click boards™.
16x9 click is an array of 144 LEDs, driven by a single IC with relatively low pin count (28). Driving so many LED elements with reasonably low pin count IC is possible by utilizing a cross-plexing LED driving technique. This technique is also known as the Charlie-plexing since it was first proposed by Charlie Allen, an engineer from Maxim Integrated. The technique does not allow all LEDs independently to be controlled, however by employing the persistence of vision phenomenon, it is possible to trick eyes that all LED elements can actually be controlled independently.
The mikroBUS cape is an extension for Beaglebone Black, the popular low-cost development platform running Linux. This simple cape has four mikroBUS sockets that allow you to connect more than 130 different types of click boards.
Click Analyzer is a smart and powerful tool for analyzing pin states and voltage levels on the mikroBUS™. It is a versatile and powerful smart analyzing tool, which consists of two 8-bit PIC microcontrollers (MCUs), from Microchip. By utilizing some of the capabilities of the PIC18F26K42 MCU, such as the DMA, CLC, SMT, and NCO to name few, it is possible to achieve measurement and monitoring of the voltage states on all the pins of the stackable mikroBUS™ slot. The stackable slot allows installation of any Click board™ on a top of the Click Analyzer, allowing easy and simple data traffic analysis. Click Analyzer offers several data transfer protocols, suitable both for various M2M applications, as well as for the human-machine interface (HMI) applications.
BassBoy is a monophonic digital MIDI controlled bass synthesizer. Device receives all information via MIDI input (DIN5 connector, not included). With your own digital MIDI bass synthesizer your MIDI songs will sound like a real live stage band. BassBoy runs on 8-bit ATXMega32D4 microcontroller.