MicroElektronika (mikroE) is a dynamic forward thinking embedded systems development tools company with its headquarters in Belgrade.
MikroElekronika (MikroE) has chosen the Debug Store in the UK as their dedicated distributor of development tools.
The company is unique by producing complete development tool suites; ranging from compilers, debuggers, development platforms and training materials for a wide range of microcontroller families including ARM Cortex, AVR, PIC, PIC32, dsPIC and FT90x architectures. Support is also directly available for a huge range of peripheral devices including displays, video cameras, temperature probes and multi-axis gyroscopes and accelerometers by the provision of low-cost Click Modules. Their objective is to make the transition for the developer to a new architecture as simple and efficient as possible. It achieves this by providing software library support and working examples for all supported interfaces and development systems.
MikroElektronika (mikroE) have been chosen as the development tool company of choice by many major semiconductor manufacturers as they appreciate the use of mikroE tools will speed up development of new projects. They are recognised third-party development partners of companies such as Atmel, Cypress, Microchip, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments and official consultants to others including NXP.
4-20 mA R Click Board
The 4-20mA R Click Board from mikroE is an accessory board that provides a simple solution to add 4-20mA industry standard communication protocol to your design. Offered in a compact package, this click board is intended to serve as a receiver in a 4-20mA current loop standard. It receives output current (4-20mA) from transmitter and changes it into a voltage ranging from 0.4V to 2V. The voltage is then converted into a 12-bit data signal in the MCP3201 Analog-to-Digital convertor.
It communicates with the target board microcontroller through mikroBUS SPI (SDO, SCK, CS) and EN lines. The 4-20mA R click board has a voltage output INA196 current shunt monitor, 12-bit resolution MCP3201 ADC and a high-frequency TPS61041 boost converter. It also features onboard screw terminal meant for easy connection. A complete 4-20mA current loop standard can be formed with the combination of this add-on receiver board with the 4-20mA T click board.
Ideal for using in field of industrial process control and test systems, this 4-20mA click board works as an interface between sensors or instruments attached to microcontroller. It is designed to use either 3.3V or 5V power supply, selectable via SMD jumper (in 3.3V position by default). An LED indicates the presence of power supply.
4-20 mA T Click Board
The 4-20mA T Click Board from mikroE is an accessory board to provide an easy solution to add 4-to-20mA industry standard communication protocol to the user design. Offered in a small package, this click board is intended to serve as a transmitter in a 4-20mA current loop standard. It receives the input digital signal from the host microcontroller and sets the output loop current (4-20mA). The 4-20mA T click board has an ADuM1411 Quad-channel digital isolator, 12-bit single channel MCP4921 DAC and a XTR116 4-20mA current loop transmitter. It also features onboard screw terminal meant for easy connection. 4-20mA T click communicates with the target board microcontroller through mikroBUS SPI (SDO, SCK, CS) and EN lines. A complete 4-20mA current loop standard can be formed with the combination of this add-on transmitter board with the 4-20mA R click board.
It is designed to use either 3.3V or 5V power supply. An LED denotes the status of power supply.
Ideal for using in field of industrial process control and test systems, this 4-20mA click board functions as an interface between sensors or instruments attached to microcontroller. It is designed to use either 3.3V or 5V power supply. An LED denotes the status of power supply.
4.3" TFT Color Display 480x272 with Touch Screen
4.3" TFT Color Display 480x272 with Touch Screen
4x4 Key Click Board
The 4x4 Key Click Board from mikroE is a standardized compact add-on board featuring a densely packed 16 button DTMF keypad and two 8-bit shift registers. It is designed to connect a 4x4 matrix keypad to a microcontroller or microprocessor without using too many I/Os. All the inputs made on the 4x4 keypad are processed by a pair of serially connected 8-bit parallel-in serial-out shift registers.
The keypad is also capable of registering multiple key presses at the same time. It is compatible with all MikroElektronika compilers.
4x4 RGB Click Board
The 4x4 RGB Click Board is an add-on board which helps the user to add a colourful RGB LED matrix to the design. This accessory board comes equipped with a matrix of 16 very bright WS2812 RGB LEDs and a MCP1826 low dropout regulator. Each of these 16 LEDs further comprises of three single coloured LEDs (Red, Green and Blue), and a control chip. Put together, there are a total of 48 individual LEDs in 4x4 RGB click board. The control circuit and RGB chip have been integrated in a package of 5050 components to keep pixel point in complete control. 4x4 RGB click features a jumper (zero ohm resistor) for setting the I/O logic level. It is by default soldered in the 3.3V position but can make use of either a 3.3V or 5V power supply. The LED matrix is connected to the target board microcontroller through the mikroBUS RST pin.
4x4 RGB click can be used to create animations which can be scrolled on a computer screen. It is also usable for producing spellbinding displays of colourful graphics on electronic billboards, signs, and similar interfaces.
50 to 100mil Adapter
Now connect mikroProg for STM32 programmer and hardware debugger to a Cortex debug connector using the 50-100mil adapter. The adapter board also exhibits compatibility with a few other mikroElektronika
5V-3.3V Reg Board
Provide a stable and reliable 3.3V and 5V power supply to the device using the 5V-3.3V Reg Board. This regulator board features a LM7805 3-terminal 5V positive voltage regulator and a MC33269 3.3V low dropout positive voltage regulator to provide fixed supply voltages. The board features two voltage input options, which includes a screw terminal connector CN2 and AC/DC adapter connector CN1 (8 to 16V AC/DC). An on-board voltage regulator is used to reduce and stabilize the supplied voltage. The reduced voltage may be either 3.3V or 5V and is delivered via screw terminals CN3 (5V) and CN4 (3.3V). For 5V voltage, the maximum current amounts to 1A, whereas for 3.3V voltage, it amounts to 800 mA. Furthermore, 5V-3.3V Reg Board is provided with mounting holes for easy integration into the design. The board has a diode bridge of four 1N4007 diodes that performs as a rectifier when using an AC input, and as polarity protection when using a DC input.
The 5V-3.3V Reg Board is very handy for systems that demand a regulated 3.3V or 5V power supply.
5V-3.3V Voltage Translator Board
The 5V-3.3V Voltage Translator Board features two LVXC3245 8-bit, dual supply non-inverting voltage interface transceivers. Made using dual metal CMOS technology, the LVXC3245 module includes two separate supply rails that allow transition from a 5V to 3.3V system environment. The 5V-3.3V Voltage Translator Board allows user to adjust voltage levels between a 5V development system and a 3.3V device. All the inputs and outputs are 5V tolerant. Ideal for asynchronous communication between two data buses (A and B), this bus transceiver transmits data from A to B or vice versa, based on the logic level at the Direction-Control (DIR) input. The onboard MC33269DT-3.3 voltage regulator can be enabled using a jumper J17 to create 3.3V power for the Low-Voltage Port, if the device is not capable of providing the 3.3V power supply voltage.
The 5V-3.3V Voltage Translator Board is well-suited for PCMCIA and other real time configurable I/O applications and also makes an ideal choice for low power designs. It also meets all PCMCIA I/O voltage requirements at 5V and 3.3V operation.
6DOF IMU Click Board
The 6DOF IMU Click Board from mikroE is a low-cost, high-performance add-on board that carries Maxim
7seg Click Board
The 7seg Click Board is an accessory board that allows user to add 2-digit seven-segment display to the device. This compact board includes two onboard 74HC595 8-bit serial-in, parallel-out shift registers as well as two seven-segment displays. The 74HC595 shift register has an 8-bit storage register and an 8-bit shift register. The data is written to the shift register serially, then latched onto the storage register. The 7seg click uses the Serial Peripheral interface (SPI) to communicate with the target board microcontroller. The board is designed to operate using a 3.3V or 5V power supply, selectable by an SMD jumper. The power indicator LED is available onboard.
The 7seg click is an ideal choice for adding popular 7-segment display to the device while using only 4 microcontroller pins. The green LED diode denotes the status of the power supply.