The SerialFlash Board is an add-on board featuring an EN25F80, 8-Mbit (1024-byte), low-voltage Serial Flash Memory with advanced write protection mechanisms accessed by a high-speed SPI-compatible bus. Various electronic devices and applications use serial-interface memory. Initially, it is used to store preference data and configuration/setup data. Known to be one of the most flexible non-volatile memory modules used today, the Serial memory modules are rated way better than other NVM solutions. The EN25F80 memory module offers a lower pin count, smaller package, lower voltage, and lower power consumption.
The onboard LED indicator denotes the power status of the board. DIP switch allows for selection of communication lines and set which pins are used for MISO/MOSI/SCK. The Serial Flash Board is designed to operate using both 3.3V and 5V power supply.
The Serial Flash Board, with such features, makes an ideal choice for multimedia devices, drives, optical and printing devices.
SerialFlash PROTO Board
The SerialFlash PROTO Board is an additional board featuring 8 Mbit flash memory that can be used by the microcontroller or some other device. The board features on-board EN25F80 chip that allows the microcontroller to use additional 8 Mbit flash memory space via SPI serial interface.
Designed to fit into all standard prototyping breadboards, the SerialFlash PROTO Board can be used in a wide range of applications and electronics. Previously used to store preference data and configuration/setup data, the serial memory modules are known to be the most flexible non-volatile memory modules used. This memory module works on low power consumption and low voltage, and offered in a compact package with lower pin count. All this makes this board a better choice over commonly used NVM solutions. The SerialFlash PROTO Board supports operation on 3.3V power supply only. It comes with seven connection pads that are unpopulated to allow user to connect the board to the system. It is configured to operate on a 3.3V power supply only.
Use 64 Kbit Serial SRAM device with the development board or prototype device using the Serial RAM Board. This additional board features 23K640 Serial RAM device designed to communicate with a microcontroller via Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). Using discrete I/O lines, the Serial RAM Board can be interfaced with a microcontroller with no built-in SPI port. It is equipped with onboard voltage translators that allow connection with systems operating at different voltage levels. The board is designed to support both 3.3V and 5V power supply. It has an LED indicator that tells about the power status of the board. Driven by low-power CMOS technology, this board works in three flexible operating modes: byte read and write, page mode (32 byte page) and sequential mode.
With these features, the SerialRAM Board is an excellent choice for depositing large amounts of temporary variables and acquisition data. It makes a great choice for increasing your microcontroller
SHT1X PROTO Board
Add temperature and relative humidity measurement functionality to the device using the SHT1X PROTO Board. This add-on board includes a fully calibrated SHT11 digital humidity and temperature sensor IC, wherein a unique capacitive sensor element is used for evaluating relative humidity while temperature is measured by a band-gap sensor. All that the microcontroller has to do is read out the humidity and temperature values via the two-wire digital serial interface. The two-wire serial interface along with internal voltage regulation enables simple and quick system integration. The on-board connection pads with 0.1
SIM Card Holder Board
Now easily connect your prototype board with SIM Card using the SIM Card Holder Board by MikroElektronika. This breakout board is designed for a standard 6-pin SIM card socket. When a SIM card is placed into the holder, the user can gain access to the six pins of the SIM card through the standard 0.1"(2.54mm) spaced 6-pin output of the board. Compatible with standard breadboards, the clear labelling on-board provides easy identification of each output pin. This compact, cost-effective board can be used for rapid prototyping and development.
SmartADAPT 2 Board
The SmartADAPT2 Board is an accessory board used to rearrange 16 I/O pins just by moving on-board jumpers in order to meet the specified needs. This board is ideal for configuring the prototype device I/O pins. This patch panel board is designed to be compatible with mikroElektronika's development systems and prototyping boards. The SmartADAPT2 Board comes with two 8-bit I/O ports to be reconfigured to aid attaching peripherals and other hardware. It has 32x16 header matrix with 16 jumpers that allow user to adjust desired input lines to appropriate output headers. The user is provided with on-board screw terminals that enable use of external power supply in place of using input headers. The output VCC pin can be configured using a jumper. The SmartADAPT2 Board supports use with 3.3V and 5V systems.
Add GSM/GPRS functionality to the device with the SmartG100 Board. It is a full-featured development system for uBlox Leon-G100 GSM/GPRS, class 10 module. The user just needs to supply a power supply voltage of 9-32V DC or 7-23 AC, insert SIM card, connect GSM antenna, and the user is set to develop GSM-GPRS based devices. The board is equipped with an antenna connector, SIM card socket as well as a voltage regulator. The SmartG100 Board has DIP switch for configuring communication lines with the target microcontroller. The board uses the IDC10 connector with 2.54mm pin header for connection with peripheral modules. It has mounting holes on each corner to facilitate integration in the user design.
This additional board, with such features, makes an ideal choice for M2M and automotive applications, such as surveillance and security, fleet management, people and asset tracking, Point of Sales (PoS) terminals and so on.
Develop your own GSM-GPRS based device with the SmartGM862 Board. It is a full-featured development tool for the Telit's GM862-QUAD and GM862-GPS cellular modems. The SmartGM862 Board features an integrated GM862 module connector, antenna holders, speaker, and microphone screw terminals. The board uses 9-32V DC or 7-23 AC power supply voltage and provides voltage regulation ensuring no need to connect additional power supply circuits. The onboard DIP switch is for configuring UART communication lines with the target microcontroller. The SmartGM862 Board features IDC10 connector for connection to development boards.
On flipping the board, the user gets to see double row soldering pads for accessing each module line separately. SmartGM862 Board supports GM862-GPS, GM862-QUAD-PY and GM862-QUAD Telit GSM/GPRS modules, which combine the access to digital communication services in GSM 850, 900, DCS 1800 and PCS1900 MHz networks.
With such features, this additional board makes a great choice for automotive, military, education, and telecommunication applications.