MMC Ready Board
Create MMC/SD based mass storage devices based on PIC device with ease using the MMC Ready Board. Designed to be compatible with MultiMedia (MMC) and Secure Digital (SD) memory cards, this full-featured development tool features an on-board 28-pin microcontroller PIC18F252. This highly efficient device is a great choice for managing various arduous embedded mass-storage applications. Using a 2x5 (IDC10) connector, the microcontroller is programmed to enable connection with the PICFlash external programmer. The MMC Ready Board includes a voltage regulator, which ensures no need to connect additional power supply circuits. It can also be connected to external electronic or other devices through 13-pin 2.54 mm pin header pads. It is designed to operate using a 5V DC power supply voltage.
With these features, MMC Ready Board is an ideal choice for fast data acquisition device. It has on-board microcontroller that enable use as an independent device.
The MMC/SD Board is a great option to add data storage functionality to your device. The add-on storage board comes with an MMC/SD card slot for MMC or SD cards. The MMC (MultiMedia Card) cards are superseded by SD (Secure Digital) cards, but are still widely used in a wide range of portable devices that support SD cards. The MMC/SD Board supports both types of cards, which are most commonly used as memory data storage in devices like cameras, digital audio players, cellular phones, etc. The user can also use the device carrying this MMC/SD board with all modern computers as they come with an MMC/SD slot. This storage board provides data read/write between a microcontroller and MMC/SD card. It uses a standard Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) for fast data transfer. It can also be used for fast data acquisition or storing other data files, including images, music, text, videos, etc. where fast mass storage is required. The MMC/SD Board is designed to support use of 3.3V and 5V power supply.
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Motion Sensor Board
Create interesting and compact devices to use in work and home using the Motion Sensor Board. This add-on board includes a passive infrared type movement sensor AMN11112, which detects changes in infrared spectrum when a person or object moves. This motion sensor features quad-type pyroelectric element, which makes it an ideal choice for small-movement detection applications. The sensor is protected with a plastic cap, which includes miniature lenses in order to boost sensor precision. In case some changes are detected in the infrared rays, the microcontroller
Port Expander Board
Introduce easy I/O port expansion using a standard serial interface using the Port Expander Board. The board features an MCP23S17 16-bit I/O expander with serial interface. The SPI clock has a speed up to 10 MHz, which makes it highly suitable for higher throughput applications. The Interrupt-on-change feature can be considered as 8 separate external interrupts mapped on to the same interrupt vector. The Port Expander Board features jumpers that enable the user to determine the port expander
Add potentiometer functionality to the design using the Potentiometer Board. Designed for testing analog inputs of a microcontroller on a development system, the Potentiometer Board is equipped with eight 10K potentiometers with related jumpers that allows user to enable/disable each one individually. It works as an effective and low-cost solution for testing analog inputs on the prototype board. The on-board potentiometers allow for adjusting voltage levels on the host microcontroller
PS/2 Click Board
Introduce keyboard and mouse connectivity to the device with this cost-effective solution called PS/2 click.
This add-on board includes a standard 6-pin Mini-DIN PS/2 connector, a mikroBUS pinout, and a power indicator LED. PS/2 click features a PS/2 port for connecting a keyboard or mouse to the target device. Although, superseded by USB, it is still used as an alternative to the USB connector. It is well-suited for connecting vintage keyboards and mice or certain high-end keyboards for gamers due to its full N-key rollover functionality. PS/2 click communicates with your target board through mikroBUS RST (data) and CS (clock) pins. It is designed to use a 5V power supply only.
PSoC TFT Expansion Board
PSoC TFT Expansion Board is a breakout board that comes equipped with a resistive 4-wire touch panel for transforming the TFT into a 262k colour touch screen. This expansion board is compatible with CY8CKIT-050 PSoC 5LP development Kit. It features a 01microSD slot and contains a 2.8
R2R DAC Board
The R2R DAC Board is a DAC module based 8-bit Digital to Analog Converter that provides a perfect way for converting a digital voltage signal into analog. This performance driven additional board supports high quality 8-bit resolution. Making use of the R/2R resistor network, the board facilitates conversion of an 8-bit value from the microcontroller port into an equivalent analog voltage.
While the R2R DAC Board requires 2N resistors for successful execution of the N-bit conversion process, it actually makes use of only two resistor values. The resistor values are in the ratio of 1:2. The R2R DAC additional board has been provided with a 2x5 connector CN1 through which it gets connected to a development system. The connection gets completed via one of the 2x5 connectors provided on the development system itself. The analog voltage signal gets delivered via a screw terminal CN2.
The R/2R ladder DAC comes equipped with MCP6284 operational amplifier. This amplifier is used as a buffer in order to drive loads with current consumption of up to 20mA. Additionally, it also supports rail-to-rail input and output swing, with a common mode input voltage range of VDD + 300mV to VSS
RFid Reader Board
The RFid Reader Board is meant for reading identification cards (RFid Cards) using radio waves. This accessory board comes equipped with a 125 KHz RF transmitter and receiver, and an EM4095 controller chip. While the included receiver/transmitter module with antenna and a 2x5 male connector allow the reader board to get connected with a microcontroller on the development system, EM409S is used for AM modulation/demodulation or as a driver for the antenna.
The RFid Reader Board works on the basis of amplitude modulation of radio waves and electromagnetic induction. Its primary functions are energizing, demodulation, and decoding. The board can be connected to microcontrollers or PC for encoding the data read from RFid tags. This signal is coded using standard Manchester coding. The additional board makes use of the provided antenna to receive data stored on the identification card (RFid Card). The reader is powered via a development system it is connected to. It comes fitted with a power supply LED indicator.