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Keylock click – old fashioned security on a click board™

Put all your projects under lock and key, they will be perfectly safe with our new click – Keylock click. Is there something you wish to keep safe? Keep things down to earth, and old-fashioned with a real key. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Keylock click Keylock click carries a processed sealed key lock mechanism that can be set in three different positions. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates…

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Boost 4 click – the power management solution for your next project

A new click in our power management category – a synchronous boost converter – Boost 4 click. Do you need to step up the voltage? An easy and convenient solution is in the shop. The onboard module is capable of delivering up to 2.4-A output current at 5-V output with the 2.5-V input supply. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Boost 4 click Boost 4 click carries the TPS61230A, a high efficiency fully integrated synchronous boost converter from…

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Angle 3 click – 12-bit resolution angle sensor

Our newest release is a 360º angle sensor, with 12-bit resolution. Angle 3 click will allow you to measure angular position with precision and speed. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Angle 3 click Angle 3 click carries the AK7451, a magnetic rotational angle sensor. The click is designed to run on a 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI interface, with additional functionality provided by the INT pin on the mikroBUS™ line. The click…

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Brushless 2 click – no sparking, no electrical noise, no brushes to wear out

In the marine world, jellyfish are the most energy efficient animals. In the world of motors, and motor controllers the energy efficient jellyfish are brushless motors. The click board™ we have today, Brushless 2 click, controls such motors. No sparking, no electrical noise, no brushes to wear out – these are all the advantages you’ll get with a brushless motor. So, check out our newest click. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Brushless 2 click Brushless 2…

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1-Wire I2C click – convert the communication

Today we have a new click in the interface category – 1-Wire I2C click. People say that good communication is the soundest foundation for anything in life, and with this click you can convert from 1-Wire® to I2C communication, and vice versa. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. 1-Wire I2C click The click carries DS28E17 1-Wire-to-I2C master bridge from Maxim Integrated. 1-Wire I2C click runs on a 3.3V power supply. 1-Wire devices are made to work in…

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Stepper 4 click – bipolar stepping motor driver

A bipolar stepper motor doesn’t have a psychological disorder, but it does have two poles in its stationary field. Today we have a new click board™ that carries a driver for this type of stepper motors – Stepper 4 click. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Stepper 4 click The click carries the TB67S269FTG, a two-phase bipolar stepping motor driver from Toshiba. Stepper 4 click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates…

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UT-M 7-SEG R click

Remember all those seven segment calculators that we all had in school? Everyone was trying to write letters on them. Somehow that type of display is a thing that people see around themselves all the time, but don’t notice. But you are bound to notice our newest click. UT-M 7-SEG R click has two small seven segment displays, in red color. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. UT-M 7-SEG R click UT-M 7-SEG R click carries two SMD ultra thin…

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UT-L 7-SEG R click – dual seven segment display

Today we have a new click board™ with a dual seven segment display, in bright red – UT-L 7-SEG R click. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. UT-L 7-SEG R click UT-L 7-SEG R click carries two SMD ultra thin (3.1mm) LED 7-SEG displays and the MAX6969 constant-current LED driver from Maxim Integrated. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI interface. The MAX6969 allows you to connect multiple click boards™ in…

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BUCK click – input voltage range up to 40V

Buck regulators, or step-down switching regulators, or DC-to-DC power regulators are what brings the voltage down to a level you need. Our new product, BUCK click, does exactly that. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. BUCK click BUCK click is a buck switching regulator that accepts a wide input voltage range (up to 40V) and steps it down to 3.3V or 5V. The click carries the LT3976 40V, 5A, 2MHz step-down switching regulator with 3.3µA quiescent current. BUCK click communicates…

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7-SEG RGB click – full color seven segment display

Everything looks nicer in full color. The same goes for our new click board™ – 7-SEG RGB click. More than 16.000.000 color combinations are at your disposal. You can adjust the brightness from 0 to 255 steps. The simple arrangement of a seven segment display can be seen almost in every house hold, office, and public area. On microwaves, alarm clocks, vending machines, calculators or electronic meters. So, add it to your project. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub…

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