MicroElektronika (mikroE) is a dynamic forward thinking embedded systems development tools company with its headquarters in Belgrade.
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.
I2C Isolator Click
Isolator click is a measurement add-on board carrying a low-power, bidirectional isolator, called ISO1540 IC. This TI
ICD2 Connector Board
Easily connect the ICD2/ICD3 or Real ICE programmers/debuggers to the prototyping device using the ICD2 Connector Board. It is offered with a loose 1x6 header connector that user can solder, when required. The single-row header and the RJ12 connector are wired one to one. This RJ12-type connector provides easy prototyping and considered suitable for use with solderless breadboards. The RJ12 socket is wired to six pins to provide access to PGD, PGC and /MCLR lines along with VCC and GND power connections. Featuring a compact design, ICD2 Connector Board works as a cost-effective solution to solve your connecting problems. The board is designed to perfectly fit into standard prototyping boards.
Illuminance Click Board
The Illuminance Click Board from mikroE is a light sensor designed for better detection of ambient lighting over conventional light sensors that are too sensitive to infrared light. The board features an onboard TSL2561, a light-to-digital converter, which transforms light intensity to a digital signal output. The TSL2561 sensor uses two separate photodiodes: One is sensitive to the full-spectrum of light, the other to infrared light only. Using a formula, the user gets a sensor reading then approximates light response of the human eye. Illuminance click communicates with your target microcontroller via mikroBUS I2C lines: SCL (clock) and SDA (data). The zero-ohm J1 jumper allows the user to select between three available I2C address.
The Illuminance Click finds application in auto-brightness regulators on OLED or LCD displays, or any other kind of automatic ambient light regulation. It is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.
IR Click Board
MikroElektronika introduces a compact and simple solution for adding an infrared (IR) remote control communication module to your device
IR Distance Click Board
The IR Distance Click Board represents a sensor that incorporates GP2Y0A60SZ0F distance measuring sensor unit. The sensor module is composed of an integrated PSD (position sensitive detector), an infrared LED and a signal processing circuit, measuring between 10 and 150 cm. The sensor remains uninfluenced by the reflectivity of the object such as environmental temperature and the operating duration. IR Distance click board outputs an analog voltage corresponding to the distance of the object (through the mikroBUS AN pin). Since this device outputs the voltage corresponding to the detection distance, it can also be used as a proximity sensor. IR Distance click use a 3.3V or a 5V power supply.
With these features, IR Distance click can be used in applications like touch-less switches, various energy-saving devices, robots, and many more.
IR Eclipse Click Board
The IR Eclipse Click from mikroE is a popular accessory board incorporating an EE-SX198 photo interrupter sensor, which consists of an infrared transmitter and receiver facing each other, separated by a 3mm-wide slit. When an object, say a piece of paper, is placed in the slit, the beam of infrared that travels from the transmitter to receiver is eclipsed, which in return, activates the sensor. The activated sensor status is indicated by the onboard INT LED.
The application of an IR eclipse click board seen in everyday use would be a printer or copier machine, where the sensor detects whether the paper is in place. IR eclipse click would be an ideal choice for your design wherever there
The IrDA Board is an accessory board that comes with MCP2155 IrDA standard protocol stack controller supporting DCE applications. Designed to implement IrDA standard wireless connectivity, this driver/controller is capable of handling PLUS bit encoding/decoding functionality for Data Communication Equipment (DCE) applications in one low pin count device. The MCP2155 driver sits between the UART and infrared optical transceiver. Another module, the TFDU4101 infrared transceiver module, is provided to aid fast infrared data communication. Compliant with the latest IrDA physical layer standard, this diode can send and receive data in the scope of over 1m at a rate of up to 115.3 kbit/s. The DIP switches on-board enable user to configure which pins on the IDC10 interface are used for RX/TX, and to enable or disable RTS, CTS, DTR, and DSR control lines. The clear silkscreen settings specify settings for it to be compatible with various development boards by mikroElektronika.
With such features, IrDA Board makes an ideal choice for wireless infrared communication with PC or other devices, remote controllers for home appliances, etc.
IrDA PROTO Board
Add wireless communication functionality using infrared waves to your device by using the IrDA PROTO Board. This additional board comes equipped with an MCP2155 IrDA driver that is used for implementing IrDA standard wireless connectivity. It also provides IrDA protocol handling PLUS bit encoding/decoding functionality for Data Communication Equipment (DCE) applications. It is placed between the UART and the infrared optical transceiver. The TFDU4101 diode aboard the IrDA PROTO Board is an infrared transceiver module. This module is designed to be compliant with the latest IrDA physical layer standard for fast infrared data communication.
The IrDA PROTO Board is an ideal choice for wireless infrared data communication with personal computers, remote controllers for home appliances, etc.
IrDA To PC Board
Introduce wireless functionality via infrared waves to your device with the IrDA-To-PC Board. The IrDA-To-PC board is a compact add-on board that features a fully-static infrared encoder/decoder MCP2120 placed between a TFDU4101 infrared optical transceiver module and a UART module. This MCP2120 chip converts data received from the transceiver module and send it to the microcontroller for further processing. The board also includes TFDU4101 diode and other electronics required for connecting your PC using IrDA communication easily. The IrDA to PC board is designed to communicate with a microcontroller through a serial communication UART. The board works well with IrDA 2 board and other devices supporting the same protocol. IrDA-To-PC board connects to a PC via a DB9 RS232 serial port. It operates using an external 8-16 AC/DC power supply.
The IrDA-To-PC board is an ideal choice for wireless infrared data communication between your PC and IrDA devices, for example - a handheld remotye control, or anything that uses an IR comunications, like home entertainment systems, etc.