The SerialRAM Board enables you to use a 64 Kbit Serial SRAM device with your development board. The board features the 23K640 Serial RAM device that communicates with microcontrollers via a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI).
The SerialFlash Board provides additional memory space for your MCU. The EN25F80 circuit provided on the board enables the MCU to use additional 8Mbit flash memory via a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI).
The Serial 7-Seg 8-Digit Board enables you to connect your device to a 7-Segment Display. The board features a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), LED display driver MAX7219 and 8 common-cathode LED displays placed in a row.
PROTO Connect Board is used to connect a prototype device to external modules via a screw terminal. External connection is enabled via the screw terminal. Components available on the board are clearly marked, which makes connection easy.
The MMC/SD Card PROTO Board enables your prototype board to be connected to Multi Media and Secure Digital Cards. There is an MMC/SD card socket provided on the board used for placing these cards.
The EasyConnect2 Board allows you to connect peripherals to your development system fast and easily by using high-quality small connectors provided on the board. This board is useful in power and high-speed signal handling applications.
The GLCD 128&64 Adapter Board is an accessory board used to connect a 128x64 graphic LCD to your development board or prototype device. The board includes a potentiometer for GLCD contrast adjustment.
The GLCD 240x128 Adapter Board is used to connect 240x128 GLCD T6963C from Toshiba with your development board or prototype device. The board includes an on-board potentiometer used to adjust graphic LCD contrast.
The GLCD 240x64 Adapter Board is used to connect a 240x64 GLCD T6963C from Toshiba to your development board or prototype device. This high-quality board has an on-board potentiometer used for graphic LCD contrast adjustment.
The IrDA PROTO Board allows you to connect your prototype board to IrDA wireless network by using the MCP2155 driver and TFDU4101 diode. As soon as you establish connection, data can be sent/received via IrDA wireless network.
If you need more pins and a 240x64 GLCD with T6963C (Toshiba) for your prototype device than the Serial GLCD 240x64 Adapter Board is the best choice. It is connected to a 240x64 GLCD via an on-board serial port expander MCP23S17 that uses SPI.
The Serial GLCD 240x128 Adapter Board is an effective, low-cost board used to connect your device to a 240x128 GLCD T6963C. The board has an on-board serial port expander MCP23S17 as well as a potentiometer used to adjust GLCD contrast.
The mikroBuffer Board is ideal for buffering analog signals. The board features a unity gain operational amplifier MCP6284 and can be connected to your prototype device via an IDC10 connector.
The LV18FJ Experimental board is used for programming LV18FJ MCU Cards. This board makes the programming process easier. You just need to place a card correctly and start programming your microcontroller.
The EasyAVR6 PROTO Board is a high quality PCB prototype board. It solves your prototype problems by offering a complete, cost-effective solution. Connect this board to your prototype board via an IDC10 connector.
WiFi 5 click features Gainspan’s GS1500M 802.11b/g/n Low Power Wi-Fi module with a PCB trace antenna (external IPX antenna connector also available). The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. WiFi 5 click communicates with the target MCU over a UART interface with additional functionality provided by RST and PROG pins (the latter in place of...