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eINK click is an adapter Click board™, used to interface a compatible eINK display with the host MCU. The most distinctive feature of the eINK displays is their very low power consumption and the ability to retain the information, even after disconnecting from the power source. The power is consumed only when the display content is changing. The Click board™ comes shipped with the 172x72 eINK display, driven by the integrated SSD1606 controller and it can display 4 shades: black, dark gray, light gray and white. The same type of display is used on the popular Kindle E-readers.
10x10 RGB Click is a matrix of 100 "intelligent" RGB elements, forming a 10x10 display screen. These LED elements feature internal logic, which allows them to communicate directly with the MCU. These intelligent LEDs are meant to be cascaded: the elements communicate by a single line with the host MCU and they feature a signal reshaping section, so the data gets to the adjacent element with no losses or distortion.
10x10 RGB Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
I2C Isolator click carries ISO1540, a low-power, bidirectional isolator compatible with I2C interfaces. On the board, the Texas Instruments chip is connected to two sets of I2C pins, one on the mikroBUS connector (SDA, SCL), the other on the upper edge of the board (SCL2, SDL2).
LDC1101 click is an inductance-to-digital converter Click Board™. It is designed for a range of different applications, based on the inductivity measurements. You can use it to detect the position, rotation, or motion of an object. LDC1101 carries the LDC1101, the integrated, high-resolution, high-speed, inductance-to-digital converter. The converter allows both the inductance and the impedance to be measured. The fast impedance + inductance (RP+L) mode offers separate 16-bit readings for both parameters, while the high-resolution inductance (LHR) mode offers a single reading with a resolution of 24 bits.
It comes in the package which also includes the mikroSDK™ software and a library with all the functions. The Click board™ comes as a fully tested and approved prototype, making it a reliable device ready to use on the development board.