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The board carries the SimpleLink™ MSP432™ - ARM® 32-Bit Cortex®-M4F CPU with integrated 1Msps 14-bit SAR-based ADC from Texas Instruments.
Thousands of possibilities with click boards. With two mikroBUS™ sockets on clicker 2, you can take advantage of the huge potential of click™ boards, the constantly expanding range of over 400 add-on boards. Blend different functionalities together and come up with new and original inventions. That’s just two clicks and your project is half-way done. Go ahead and play with a few ideas right away.
Programming.To make your prototyping experience as convenient as possible, clicker 2 for MSP432 is preprogrammed with a UART bootloader. Just download our mikroBootloader application and you’re ready to upload your firmware. On-board mikroProg for MSP432 connector enables programming through external programmer/debugger.
Power Management. Clicker 2 for MSP432 features LTC®3586, a highly integrated power management and battery charger IC that includes a current limited switching PowerPath manager. LTC®3586 also enables battery charging over a USB connection. You can supply power to the board with a micro USB cable provided in the package. On-board voltage regulators provide the appropriate voltage levels to each component on the board.
Use one of these, or try some of the possible combinations. All click™ boards are compatible.
The SimpleLink™ MSP432™ microcontroller is ultra-low-power microcontrollers with high performance processing capabilities and high-precision analog integration optimized for as host MCU for wireless connectivity, sensing and measurement.
The SimpleLink™ MSP432™ MCUs feature the ARM Cortex-M4 processor in a wide configuration of device options including a rich set of high-precision analog, timing, and communication peripherals, thereby catering to a large number of application scenarios where both efficient data processing and enhanced low-power operation are paramount.
The MCU has 256KB of Flash Main Memory (Organized Into Two Banks Enabling Simultaneous Read/Execute During Erase). 16KB of Flash Information Memory (Used for BSL, TLV, and Flash Mailbox). Up to 64KB of SRAM (Including 6KB of Backup Memory). 32KB of ROM With MSP432™ Peripheral Driver Libraries.
Focus on your main idea because clicker 2 will take care of the details for you: your prototype already has a power management system in place. The onboard LTC®3586-1 IC will provide 3.3V or 5V to the clicks. It turns the USB port into a battery charger. For convenience, clicker 2 for MSP432 features a reset button and an ON/OFF switch (you can also connect an external ON/OFF switch).
- MSP432 has 64 KB SRAM
- 32 KB boot ROM
- 52 programmable GPIOs
- 2 mikroBUS host sockets
- Micro USB connector
No idea is too big for clicker 2. Let your train of thought lead you anywhere. Consider all options, explore all directions. More click boards? Additional electronics? Done and done. clicker 2 has the same pocket-size form factor and the same pair of 1x26 connection pads as mikromedia boards. This makes it compatible with mikromedia shields letting you expand your device any way you want.
To make your prototyping experience as convenient as possible, clicker 2 for MSP432 is preprogrammed with a UART bootloader. Just download our mikroBootloader application and you’re ready to upload your firmware.
Efficiently erradicate any bugs and iron out your code until it’s wrinkle free and your clicker 2 device works perfectly—use mikroProg™ for MSP432. It’s a fast hardware debugger and programmer that exploits the MCU’s integrated encryption module, enabling secure firmware updating.
|Applications||This compact board brings the flexibility of click add-on boards to your favorite microcontroller, making it a perfect starter kit for implementing your ideas.|
|MCU||MSP432 from Texas Instruments|
|MCU Memory||256KB of Flash Main Memory, 64KB of SRAM|
|On-board modules||1 x USB Micro-B connector, 2 x LEDs, 2 x push buttons, 1 x reset button|
|Key Features||LTC®3586 - power management and battery charger IC|
|Expandability||two mikroBUS sockets|