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Check out the new Heart rate 8 click on MikroE website

We’ve got a new optical biosensor in our click board™ line!  Slightly different from Heart Rate 6, our new optical biosensor Click board™ Heart Rate 8 features the BH1792GLC sensor made by ROHM. We’ve designed this Click board™ for heart-rate monitoring (HRM). In order to do the monitoring accurately, it employs a specialized sensor that incorporates two LED drivers, and green light photo-sensing elements. It’s common knowledge that the green light is the best for measuring the dilatation of the blood vessels. So, we’ve equipped…

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Flash 4 – an awesome mass storage for your embedded applications

Flash 4 click is by far the most superior flash click we’ve made. The key feature of the click board™ is fast performance. That is why you can use it for the code shadowing, execution-in-place (XIP), and data storage. It features the S25FL512S Flash memory module, which has combined the high-performance MirrorBit® technology and Eclipse™ architecture. The 512 Mbit SPI Flash memory module is one of the fastest and most reliable Flash modules on the market. It comes in the package which also includes…

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MikroE is back on Hexiwear!

We at MikroE are happy to announce our return to the Hexiwear website. During our absence, we worked hard to upgrade all of our click board™ libraries. We wanted to make sure that all of them are now compatible with mikroSDK on Hexiwear. So now, we have over 250 click boards and the accompanying libraries and examples. Also, we’ve moved all of our click board examples and libraries to Libstock Click board examples for HEXIWEAR are now available in mikroSDK form. All you…

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Introducing New Cloud Support for Hexiwear

As you already know, this May we announced migration of cloud support for Hexiewar. Now, migration from WolkSense platform to the new cloud platform is complete. We’re proud to announce that already today, you’re able to connect your Hexiwear to new Click cloud platform. Together with our partner company WolkAbout, we are continuously improving Hexiwear, our versatile IoT development tool, to create the best possible IoT toolset and better serve the Internet of Things community. This is why we are thrilled to announce that we are migrating Hexiwear cloud support from WolkSense to ClickCloud,…

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Step by step instructions for New Cloud for Hexiwear

In the progressing internet era – besides people, machines are also able to use the internet. This is known as IoT or Internet of Things. Consumer society is already familiar with home appliances that can be connected to the internet. Such devices can be monitored or controlled by the user from anywhere on the planet. This kind of appliances are becoming more and more popular, and IoT becomes an indispensable feature which every successful product must have. Think for example of some temperature and humidity sensor in the…

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Hexiwear Workstation – expands the functionality of Hexiwear

A full-featured board for your favorite IoT tool – the Hexiwear Workstation is available in the shop. It’s the next step is rapid IoT prototyping. If you are already a fan of Hexiwear, the Hexiwear Workstation will be a natural transition; and if you are new to our small and sleek IoT development tool, be sure to check out the official Hexiwear page, to get acquainted with it. Amazing connectivity Buttons, LEDs and three headers for each group of pins – connect your favorite…

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Thermo J click – measuring temperatures up to 1200°C

The temperature is dropping, but the number of click boards™ in our range is constantly growing. Thermocouples are one of the most common ways to measure temperature. They are easy to use and efficient. The new click board™ in our shop uses a thermocouple type J. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Thermo J click Thermo J click is a temperature measurement click board™, which uses a thermocouple type-J probe, connected to a PPC-SMP-J onboard connector. The active part of the…

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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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