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Our newest Click board™ can keep you safe in harsh environments. Think of it as a canary the miners used in the last century. Air quality 5 click will let you know if the level of pollution in t [...]
If you need a USB to UART interface that will help you shorten the development time, USB UART 3 click is available in the shop, and ready.
USB UART 3 click
USB UART 3 click carries the C [...]
The light that we humans can see is just one type of light in this big universe. For example, we can't see infrared light. But certain animals and our new Click board can.
If you want to build [...]
The perception of color can be strange. Did you know that there is a tribe in Namibia that can't distinguish blue from green? There's even evidence that humans didn't actually see the color blue [...]
It's steady, it's reliable, it will regulate the voltage on your project - VREG 2 click is available in the shop.
VREG 2 click
VREG 2 click is our latest voltage regulation Click board™. With i [...]
What does it take to build a successful business in the embedded industry?
If you are a developer or manager (or both) you probably have this topic on your mind. That is why we are having an [...]
Some animals can sense the Earth's magnetic field (it's called magnetoreception), and so can our new Click board™ - Magneto 5 click.
Magneto 5 click
The main component on Magneto 5 click i [...]
Great news for all FT90x compiler fans - we've got a Roadmap update that will make your day.
On Tuesday, July 31, the new version of mikroC, mikroBasic, and mikroPascal for FT90x will be [...]
We don't mean to rough up your feathers, but since we announced the click board design competition, the MikroElektronika team designed and released 23 click boards. How many Upverter designs [...]
Yet another blog with mikroC tutorials for you to bookmark.
Andrew Hazelden's VR project improved.
Stop people from tampering with your designs, with TILT-n-SHAKE click, featuring Freescale’s multifunctional MMA8491Q IC.
For slightly more powerful motors.
The microcontroller-projects blog just featured a series of articles on the Buggy, culminating in a project showcase where the four-wheeler is turned into an obstacle avoiding robot.
Impressions from Microchip's MASTERs conference, held last week (August 19-22) in Phoenix.
Since the Arduino UNO click shield proved to be the most popular click shield for third party platforms, we decided to bring you an Arduino Mega click shield, with three mikroBUS™ sockets.