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6LoWPAN C click – 2.4GHz transceiver

We are living in the 2.4GHz soup. Swimming in this radio frequency. The wireless router in the corner of the room, the Bluetooth™ on your phone, wireless microphones, baby monitors, or car alarms. 6LoWPAN click is 2.4GHz RF transceiver, the perfect choice if you are looking to add wireless communication to your project. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. 6LoWPAN C click 6LoWPAN C click carries the CC2520 2.4GHz RF transceiver from Texas Instruments. The click is designed to…

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ADAC click – 12-bit ADC and DAC converter

Analog to digital, digital to analog conversion – our click does it all. ADAC click picks up signals and translates them both ways. ADAC click ADAC click is an 8-channel 12bit ADC, DAC and GPIO. It carries the AD5593R configurable ADC/DAC.  The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. ADAC click communicates with the target microcontroller over I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by the RST pin on the mikroBUS™ line. To see code examples for Hexiwear,…

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Hexiwear – connect to the cloud directly over WiFi or 3G network

From now on you can connect to your cloud directly from Hexiwear by sending data over WiFi and 3G networks. No need to use your phone anymore. Right after releasing the Hexiwear firmware in mikroC, we are presenting you with a new, amazing feature, that will make your life easier. If you haven’t downloaded the new firmware in mikroC, visit the GitHub repository page. One more reason to use the mikroC PRO for ARM compiler. Set up the parameters Place Hexiwear on the…

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Hexiwear firmware now available in mikroC

Today we are releasing Hexiwear firmware in mikroC. Editing firmware and writing new code for Hexiwear is going to be easier than ever. Our compilers are designed to make your life simpler. You can now take full advantage of mikroC PRO for ARM, which has more libraries than you can imagine. All versions of Hexiwear firmware are available on our GitHub repository. More than 500 libraries at your fingertips You’ll have access to 500+ libraries, and all the unique features that they offer. All…

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LSM303AGR click – 3D accelerometer and 3D magnetometer

Even if clouds obscure your view of the night sky, you’ll know which way is north, as long as you have our new click – LSM303AGR click. LSM303AGR click LSM303AGR click measures acceleration and magnetic field characteristics. It carries the LSM303AGR 3D accelerometer and 3D magnetometer. LSM303AGR click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over I2C interface. The sensor has linear acceleration full scales of ±2g/±4g/±8g/±16g and a magnetic field dynamic range of…

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Programming Hexiwear in Python

Your favorite IoT development platform is spreading its wings, and moving towards some new territories. It’s really thrilling to watch the progress and growth Hexiwear has achieved. From the beginnings of the Kickstarter campaign to being a five-time award winning development kit. Today, we’re here to announce a new achievement. Hexiwear officially supported by Zerynth As of now, Hexiwear is supported by Zerynth and programmable in Python. Our own goal of making products that save your time and allow you to move from prototype to…

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Smoke click — high-sensitivity optical sensor for smoke detection

The famous saying goes: there is no smoke without a fire. But there are some fires that start out so slow that you can’t even see them, and they produce large amounts of smoke. These so-called smoldering fires are hard to detect unless you have an optical sensor for smoke detection, like the one onboard Smoke click. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. Smoke click Smoke click carries the MAX30105 high-sensitivity optical sensor for smoke detection, from Maxim…

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Hexiwear and Nokia’s Open Ecosystem

Nokia has a new project platform we thought you will be interested in, called Open Ecosystem Network. You can join an existing project or find a challenge to fulfill. Hexiwear is the best stepping stone you could ask for in a contest like this one. So, what is it all about? “OPEN ECOSYSTEM NETWORK IS AN OPEN, CLOUD-BASED, SOCIAL & MOBILE CO-CREATION ENVIRONMENT.” It’s a platform for creating innovative and exciting projects that lead us to the world of tomorrow. You can use…

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IQRF 2 click – IQRF technology transceiver

Right after IQRF click we have the sequel – IQRF 2 click. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. IQRF 2 click IQRF 2 click carries the DCTR-72DAT RF transceiver, operating in the 868/916 MHz frequency. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI or UART interface, with additional functionality provided by the following pins on the mikroBUS™ line: AN, PWM. For more information about the click, visit the product page….

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IQRF click – RF transceiver

IQRF technology has low power consumption, and it’s intended for low speed and low data volume wireless connectivity applications. The transmission range goes from tens to hundreds of meters. You can use it for industrial control and automation of buildings and homes. For remote control and monitoring of different systems. To see code examples for Hexiwear, visit the GitHub repository page. IQRF click IQRF click carries the DCTR-76DA RF transceiver, operating in the 868/916 MHz frequency. The click is designed to run…

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