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.
Rotary R Click Board
MikroElektronika has come up with another flashy click board after the launch of its green (Rotary G) and blue (Rotary B) LED versions
Rotary Y Click Board
Rotary Y click is introduced as the fourth addition to the MikroElektronika
RS-485 3.3V Click Board
The RS-485 3.3V Click Board is a compact accessory board designed to add bidirectional data communication to the design. The board features a Texas Instruments SN65HVD12 differential line transceiver that provides high-speed bidirectional data communication on multipoint bus transmission lines. Compliant with EIA standards RS-485 and RS-422, this 3.3V version of RS485 click is intended for balanced data transmission. RS485 click 3.3V board features four screw terminals. The two terminals marked with
RS-485 Interface Board
Designed for RS-485 communication, the RS-485 Interface Board is a perfect option for use in electrically noisy environment on long distances (up to 1200 metres). The board features integrated ADM485 differential line transceiver that can be used for high-speed bi-directional communications in multipoint tire. Compliant with EIA standards RS-485 and RS-422, this differential transceiver provides balanced data transmission lines. The ADM485 module aboard RS485 additional board has a differential line driver and a differential line receiver. It is designed to operate using a 5V power supply only. Use of voltage translators is advised when using the board with 3.3V development systems.
This board is an ideal choice for low power RS485 systems, DTE/DCE interfaces, packet switching, Local Area Networks (LANs), data concentration, data multiplexers, Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), and many more
RS232 Click Board
Introduce RS-232 connectivity to any device with the RS-232 Click Board. RS232 is a serial communications standard, which is mostly used for industrial machines, networking equipment and scientific instruments, as well as a standard port for modems, handheld computer cradles, and many other PC peripheral devices.
RS232 click carries a standard RS232 DB9 port and a ST3232 (MAX3232) IC. The board also incorporates a mikroBUS host socket, SMD jumpers, and a power indicator LED. It uses the mikroBUS RX (RXD), TX (TXD), CS (RTS), and INT (CTS) lines to communicate with the target board. RS232 click supports the use of either a 3.3V or 5V power supply. It has two jumper positions to connect RTS (J2) and CTS (J3) lines to the target board.
RS485 5V Click Board
The RS-485 5V Click Board is a compact accessory board designed to add bidirectional data communication to the design. The board features a Texas Instruments ADM485 differential line transceiver that provides high-speed bidirectional data communication on multipoint bus transmission lines. Compliant with EIA standards RS-485 and RS-422, this 5V version of RS485 click is intended for balanced data transmission. RS485 click 5V board features four screw terminals. The two terminals marked with
RTC 2 Board
The RTC 2 Board is an add-on board featuring a low-power DS1307 serial real-time clock (RTC) that enables the microcontroller to keep the real time and date including corrections for a leap year and months with less than 31 days. The DS1307 aboard the RTC2 board is full binary-coded decimal (BCD) clock/calendar with 56 bytes of NV SRAM. The board has integrated power-sense circuit that detects power failures and automatically switches to the backup supply. The board has a female IDC10 connector to plug it into a development system. The RTC2 Board uses the serial I2C interface for communication to the microcontroller. There two options for location of the SCL and SDA pins; their position can be changed by soldering an SMD jumper. It works as extension of existing development boards in applications where real-time data is required. It is designed to operate using a 5V power supply only.
The RTC2 Board is an ideal choice for applications that involves use of real-time clocks, calendars, and programmed alarms.
RTC 2 Click Board
Introduce real time clock (RTC) functionality to the design using the RTC 2 Click Board. This add-on board features a low-power Maxim DS1307 serial real-time clock (RTC). It is a full binary-coded decimal (BCD) clock/calendar with programmable square-wave output signal. The board uses standard I2C interface for communication with the target host microcontroller. RTC2 click has a 3V/230mA lithium battery that works as a backup power supply. The timekeeping function continues even when the power supply status is OFF. Real-Time Clock (RTC) counts seconds, minutes, hours, date of the month, month, day of the week, and year with leap-year clock function with four year calendar. It is designed to operate a 5V power supply only. In order to function to a 3.3V system, the user can check go for RTC click.
The RTC2 click is an ideal option who applications involving real-time clocks, calendars, and programmed alarms.
RTC 2 PROTO Board
Ideal choice for real-time clocks, calendars, and programmed alarms, the RTC 2 PROTO Board provides seconds, minutes, hours, day, date, month, and year information. Also, it automatically adjusted for months with fewer than 31 days, including corrections for leap year. It features a DS1307 serial real-time clock (RTC) with a built-in power-sense circuit for detecting power failures. It automatically switches to the backup supply to ensure all timekeeping functions continue, even when the power supply goes off. RTC2 PROTO Board has five pin pads that enable user to easily connect to standard prototyping boards. It features unpopulated pads and unsoldered male header pins.
The RTC2 PROTO Board features an alarm function featuring automatic power-fail detection. It uses the serial I2C interface for communication with your host microcontroller. This add-on board allows user to generate an interrupt and square-wave output signal.
RTC 3 Click Board
The mikroE RTC3 click is a high precision time measuring add-on board with a TI
RTC 4 Click Board
MikroElektronika is here with a new RTC click! RTC 4 Click Board is a time measurement add-on board that incorporates DS2417 IC. The DS2417 is a real-time clock/calendar (RTC) with fully compatible 1-Wire MicroLAN interface. It also features a programmable interrupt output for system wakeup on a separate pin. It utilizes an on-chip oscillator that is connected to an external 32.768 kHz crystal. Being a 1-Wire device, it features a unique, factory-lasered 64-bit long ROM code that allows the user to use it in a MicroLAN network.
It uses a backup energy source that maintains a charge with an onboard coin cell 1F supercapacitor. The real time clock has an accuracy of +/- 2 minutes per month at 25??C. RTC4 click communicates with the target board MCU either through mikroBUS AN or PWM pin (here, GPI01, GPIO0), plus the INT pin, depending on the position of the onboard jumper.