|It is controlled by a fast ARM7 MCU and is able to operate Stand-alone or connected to a PC via a USB interface.|
The CCS PCB low-cost C command-line compiler allows you to create 12-bit PIC applications.
As USB devices continue to grow in number and complexity, developers need their monitoring and analysis tools to keep pace. The Beagle™ USB 480 Power Protocol Analyser enables your competitive edge with its unique, powerful features and a price that is a fraction of competing equipment.
The Total Phase Beagle USB 480 Power Protocol Analyser
Convert SOIC Wide 20 pins (300 mil wide) package to DIP 20 pins.
Introduce an improved way to add a reliable connection capability to the Ethernet-enabled device using the Ethernet Connector Board. Easy yet effective, the Ethernet Connector board acts as an interface for microcontrollers that have integrated Ethernet controller. The board employs a high-quality 10/100 Base-T RJ45 connector with integrated Rx and Tx LED indicators. Featuring a small footprint, the board also has surrounding electronics for stable and reliable Ethernet operation. It is designed to operate using a 3.3V power supply only. When connecting to 5V systems, it is advised to use voltage translators on the communication lines.
BIGPIC6 80-pin TQFP MCU Card with PIC18F8520 Microcontroller
Introduce an ultraviolet light sensor to the design with the UV click! The UV click features an easy-to-use ML8511 IC UV sensor that is designed to warn the user of excessive ultraviolet radiation levels and outputs either analog or digital signals that is linearly proportional to the UV intensity it detects. It also features an onboard MCP3201 ADC, which converts the signal, however, one can bypass it and get an analog output by soldering the A/D SEL jumper in the AN position. ML8511 IC UV sensor is sensitive to UV-A (95 percent of Ultraviolet light) and UV-B rays (the one causing sunburns).
UV click makes an ideal choice for making devices that notify the user of sunburn or identify the UV index as it relates to weather conditions. It also finds great use in mobile computing devices, such as, a smart phone, a mobile phone, and a watch, at low power and a compact package (QFN).
UV click communicates with the target board through mikroBUS SPI (CS, SCK, MISO) or AN lines. It is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.
Add wireless capability to the device with the Bluetooth ClickBoard from MikroElektronika. Designed to provide bluetooth capability up to 100m range, the board features low power, high performance bluetooth radio. Bluetooth Click has an onboard fully qualified RN-41 Bluetooth 2.1/2.0/1.2/1.1 module. It is managed through ASCII commands via the UART and/or PIO signals. RN-41 module delivers up to a 3-Mbps data rate for distances up to 100 meters. It is designed to operate a 3.3V power supply only.
With low power consumption and high data rates, Bluetooth Click is an ideal choice for cable replacement, barcode scanners, measurement and monitoring systems, industrial sensors and controls, medical devices, and many more.
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