USB UART 2 Board
Enable USB connectivity for prototype devices that have a UART interface with the new USB UART 2 Board. The board employs a USB-to-UART serial converter MCP2200, which enables user to add communication to the prototype device in a very economical way. The board comes with integrated USB termination resistors, which reduces the number of external components in the prototype device. It also comes with a mini-USB connector that supports full-speed USB. The fast and easy USB UART 2 Board allows data transfer through UART communication interface. It is designed to operate using a 5V power supply only. This USB-UART solution is designed with a small footprint and compact design. It has connection pads for all available pins
USB UART Board
The USB UART Board is a prototype board that allows for connecting USB devices to the UART module built into a microcontroller. The board offers USB support with an integrated FT232R UART to USB serial converter that simplifies serial to USB designs while reducing the external component count. The board also includes an external EEPROM, USB termination resistors and a clock circuit requiring no external crystal. It performs serial data transfer through UART communication. USB UART Board supports both 3.3V and 5V power supply. A jumper allows for selection of VCC output level.
With such features, USB UART Board is an ideal choice for RS232 communication with hardware modems, printers, barcode readers, wireless applications, and various devices that use UART communication protocol.
WiFi - PROTO Board
Add wireless functionality between a microcontroller and a remote device using the mikroE WiFi-PROTO Board. Offered with a compact footprint, this communication board acts as a high performance, low power MRF24WB0MA Wi-Fi radio transceiver module with serialized unique MAC address. It is compliant with IEEE 802.11 standards. The WiFi-PROTO Board is connected to a microcontroller through a proto board that is connected to the I/O port of the development system. This accessory board uses the 4-wire SPI interface for communication with the microcontroller. Additional on-board JTAG and UART modules are provides for testing purposes. The WiFi - PROTO Board also features an integrated PCB antenna and supports Wi-Fi with the free TCP/IP protocol stack. It uses a 3.3V power supply only.
The WiFi-PROTO Board is an ideal choice for low-power, low data-rate Wi-Fi sensor networks, home automation, industrial controls, retail, and medical, fitness and healthcare devices.