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Hexiwear project wins 2nd place at Make with Ada competition

Hexiwear, our versatile development tool, just won again. The project in question is called “Swiss Army Knife” Watch – an application developed in Ada using Hexiwear and the Hexiwear Docking Station. German Rivera from sunny California, USA won the second place in the Make with Ada competition with that particular project. Make with Ada competition “Make with Ada” is a competition hosted by AdaCore for embedded developers. It’s a chance to build cool applications and compete with people from around the world. You…

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Qi Receiver click – Let the Qi force be with you!

In the Eastern tradition, Qi is the Chinese word meaning life energy, or life spirit, a vital force that flows through all living things. In electronics, Qi charging is an open interface standard, based on electromagnetic induction between planar coils, released in 2008. It represents a wireless power transfer that uses inductive charging. For better Qi flow you can always do some Qi energy exercises and for Qi charging, you can use our newest click board™ – Qi Receiver click. To see…

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Water Detect click – avoid plumbing and water leakage disasters

Our new click board™ can help you avoid a disaster at home. You get home from work one day, and to your dismay, see that a pipe has burst in the bathroom. The floor is covered in water, the appliances ruined your mood in the lowest of lows. But in the light of the Water Detect click release, let’s imagine a different situation. The same pipe bursts in the bathroom. Water starts spilling on the floor. In that minute Water Detect click’s…

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2x20W Amp click – 20W, stereo, high-performance digital amplifier

How loud do you like your music? Use or new click board™ and you’ll be able to choose from 64 steps of loudness. 2x20W Amp click functions as a digital amplifier that carries the MAX9477 stereo Class D audio power amp from Maxim Integrated. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Class D amplifiers This time you don’t need to compromise on the sound quality, like with all the other Class D amplifiers. Our new click has Class…

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FRAM 2 click – Add 4-Mbit of non-volatile memory

Additional memory is always useful. Another USB stick to store the photos from the latest holiday. An SD card for your phone. Or for example, FRAM 2 click – the freshest thing in the shop this week. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. FRAM 2 click carries the CY15B104Q 4-Mbit (512K x 8) from Cypress. A ferroelectric random-access memory or F-RAM is non-volatile and performs reads and writes similar to a RAM. Ferroelectric RAM, better known as FRAM is…

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Thermo 6 click – low power, high precision temperature sensor

Our newest click board™ is an I2C low-power, high accuracy, wide range temperature sensor that is going to complete your next project – Thermo 6 click. Do you need ambient temperature measurement in your application? Why is ambient temperature important? And what exactly is ambient temperature? Here are all the answers. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. From the Sahara to the Antartic The terminology may sound fancy, but ambient temperature is simply the current air temperature….

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Detect Ozone with our new Ozone 2 click

Relatively low amounts of Ozone can cause chest pain, coughing, shortness of breath and throat irritation. That’s why we’re adding Ozone 2 click in our sensor click boards™ range. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Ozone 2 click carries an MQ131 sensor for Ozone (O3). The sensor outputs an analog voltage, which is converted by the onboard MCP3551 22-bit ADC converter or it is sent to the microcontroller via AN pin of mikroBUS, depending on the position of ADC SEL. jumper. The click is designed…

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MIC23099 click – battery output voltage regulator

We have a new addition to our power management click boards™ family, the MIC23099 click, a battery output voltage regulator. The click incorporates both battery management functions and fault protection. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. MIC23099 click MIC23099 click carries the MIC23099 from Microchip, a high-efficiency, low-noise, dual output, integrated power management solution for single-cell alkaline or NiMH battery applications. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. For more information about the MIC23099…

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PAC1934 click – four channel DC power/energy monitor

Measure the energy consumption with our newest click – PAC1934 click. The click enables energy monitoring with integration periods from 1ms to 36 hours. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. PAC1934 click PAC1934 click carries the PAC1934 four channel energy monitor from Microchip. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over an I2C interface. For more information about the PAC1934 click, visit the product page. Yours…

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Secure 2 click – AES algorithm with 128-bit keys

An easy way to ensure your data stays safe is our newest product – Secure 2 click. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Secure 2 click Secure 2 click carries the ATAES132A, a cryptographic coprocessor with secure hardware-based key storage from Microchip. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. Secure 2 click communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI and I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by the INT pin on the mikroBUS™ line. The ATAES132A…

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