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clicker 2 for PIC18FK is a pocket-size development board with two mikroBUS™ sockets and the 8-bit PIC18F67K40 microcontroller from Microchip. It's the quickest way to design and build your o [...]
SPI or Serial Peripheral Interface is one of the most popular protocols for sending data in the embedded world. So chances are you are using SPI in one of your projects. You’ll be glad to know t [...]
We have just published an exciting Learn article featuring Hexiwear and the Matrix RGB click. Milos, our amazing engineer, has made an optimized version of firmware, especially for 2×2 panel [...]
We released the MIC24045 click only a couple of days ago, but we planned ahead and decided to surprise you with a useful demo with the click and Hexiwear.
First thing first is setting up the [...]
You don’t need to chase your tail anymore, looking for ways to add more functionalities to your Explorer 16 Development Board. PICtail™ Plus click Adapter allows you to add two click boards™ to i [...]
We are at week 5 of the click into MCC with Microchip. In case you are wondering what is the theme of this week, we’ll tell you right away. It’s Interface.
Week 5 – Interface click board [...]
It’s Friday, and everyone is excited about the weekend, but a little down on energy. And since we cannot help you that particular problem, we made a new click board™ to keep all your battery pow [...]
Are you in a middle of an important project? Do you have multiple independent components with different voltages on each one? It looks like you need a voltage regulator. Good thing that we have [...]
Sometimes the need arises to re-use existing code in other platforms or other compilers. To do this you need to "port" existing code to work with the platform you are using. Most times it b [...]
Happy Valentines Day.
Four new click packs that go particularly well together with Flip & click.
Our newest distributor is RTC Electronics from Kuwait.
Embedded systems doesn't necessarily mean that your small energy-efficient MCU can only perform one task. You do however, need some careful planning to insure that your tasks do not run at the [...]
Following the big release near the end of last year, a maintenance update for ARM compilers.
The editors of the Play Embedded blog continue to play with their clicker 2 for STM32. First they showed us how to port ChibiOS. Now they are back with instructions how to use the clicker 2 with [...]
Buggy, Proto click, mikroC, and a little bit of woodworking.