The mikroBUS™ socket comprises a pair of 1×8 female headers with a proprietary pin configuration and silkscreen markings. The pinout (always laid out in the same order) consists of three groups of communications pins (SPI, UART and I2C), six additional pins (PWM, Interrupt, Analog input, Reset and Chip select), and two power groups (+3.3V and 5V).
Major chip vendors are endorsing it
Microchip Technologies, NXP Semiconductors, Quectel, and many other vendors are putting mikroBUS™ sockets onto their boards.
The simplest way to add maximum connectivity
Easy to implement because of its small footprint
A proven eco-system with the number of compatible boards growing steadily for years
Click here to read about the many available third party boards that use the mikroBUS ™ socket.
Integrate mikroBUS™ in your design
It's an open standard
mikroBUS™ - the add-on board standard that offers maximum expandability with the smallest number of pins. Integrate it into your design and open the doors of thousands of possibilities.
Adding a mikroBUS™ socket to your design allows you to utilize the ever-expanding range of click boards™. Sensors, wireless transceivers, audio amplifiers, LED displays and more. It is the simplest way to add maximum connectivity. All the major vendors have accepted the mikroBUS™ standard and added it to their development boards, so join the revolution.
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It just clicks
Mikroelektronika Click add-on boards are the easiest way to add sensors, human interface, control, or wireless communications interfaces to your design. Based around the mikroBUS™ interface standard, click boards™ add incredible capability to any system with ease.