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The 3D Motion click contains the Microchip MM7150 9-axis sensor fusion motion module. It’s a completely self-contained solution comprising a 3-axis accelerometer, a gyroscope, a magnetometer, and an SSC7150 motion coprocessor. The motion coprocessor has sensor fusion alghoritms that take raw data from individual sensors and filter, compensate and combine them together. The resulting output provides reliable and accurate positioning and orientation information. The board communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS™ I2C interface; WAKE and RESET pins are also used (in placed of default mikroBUS™ AN and RST respectively), as well as an interrupt pin (INT).
The Mega-B Development Kit is a Bluetooth LE 4.2 prototyping kit for quickly building and testing your IoT concept. All modules are plug-n-play, allowing for flexible prototyping. The kit can be programmed through our online platform, Breadware IDE, or with the Arduino IDE. You can leverage design templates, write device firmware using our “hardware-object-oriented programming language,” build test mobile applications, configure web dashboards for the device, and utilize webhooks to stream data.

The Mega-B piggybacks on the Arduino Mega 2560, and all of the functionality and GPIOs are preserved, giving you the capability to integrate 3rd party modules, or your own designs.
Security ensured

This clicker 2 is powered by CEC1302, a 32-bit ARM®-Cortex® MCU that integrates a cryptographic engine that provides high level security features. 

The CEC1302 provides support for loading code from the private or shared SPI flash device on a VCC1 power-on. Before executing the CEC1302 code loaded from a SPI Flash Device, the CEC1302 validates the code using a digital signature encoded according to PKCS #1. The signature uses RSA-2048 encryption and SHA-256 hashing. This provides automated detection of invalid code that may be a result of malicious or accidental corruption. It occurs before each boot of the host processor, thereby ensuring a hardware based root of trust not easily thwarted via physical replacement attack.

clicker 2 for CEC1302 (MIKROE-1969), by MikroElektronika, is the big brother of CEC1302 Clicker (MIKROE-1970). Boasting not one, but two mikroBUS host sockets, this starter development kit brings click board connectivity to the 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 CEC1302 microcontroller, with its integrated cryptographic engine. Connect the desired click board to enhance it with endless features. It's preprogrammed with a fast USB HID bootloader. Use it to upload your firmware and clicker will become a working device. This board features all you need to get started: 32-bit CEC1302 microcontroller, USB connector, two LEDs and push buttons, reset button, mikroProg connector and headers for interfacing with external electronics.

clicker 2 for PIC18FJ is a compact development kit with two mikroBUS™ sockets for click board connectivity. You can use it to quickly build your own gadgets with unique functionalities and features. It carries an 8-bit PIC18F87J50 microcontroller with a built-in USB-HID bootloader that makes it easy to program. A mikroProg connector is also available. Whichever way you upload the firmware, you can turn clicker 2 into a standalone gadget because it has a li-po battery connector. The battery (sold separately) can be charged via USB thanks to the LTC® 3586-2 power management IC. Additional features include 2 x2 6 connection pads on the sides of the board, and some buttons, switches and LEDs.

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This bundle (CCS S-191) includes "Embedded C Programming: Techniques and Applications of C and PIC® MCUs," a book by Mark Siegesmund, and the E3mini Development Board. This book provides a hands-on introductory course on concepts of C programming using a PIC® microcontroller and the CCS C compiler. Through a project-based approach, this book provides an easy to understand method of learning the correct and efficient practices to program a PIC® microcontroller in the C language.
This development board, bundled with the RN4020 Bluetooth module, makes development with the EZ App Lynx Library (SW500025, sold separately) a breeze. Using the free companion EZ App Lynx mobile app for Android or iOS (available from their respective app stores) along with the MPLAB X sample projects included with the software library, you have a head start on developing an interface between your PIC-based project and a cell phone or tablet!
The MIC23031 is a 400mA 4MHz switching regulator featuring HyperLight Load® mode. The MIC23031 is highly-efficient throughout the entire output current range, drawing just 21μA of quiescent current in operation. The tiny 1.6mm +/1.6mm Thin DFN package in combination with the 4MHz switching frequency enables a compact sub-1mm height solution with only three external components. The MIC23031 provides accurate output voltage regulation under the most demanding conditions responding extremely quickly to a load transient with exceptionally small output voltage ripple.

Do you ever wish you could use your Microstick with an out-of-box, ready-to-use ‘breadboard’?  Your wish is our command with the Microstick Plusa cost-effective hardware and software expansion board for Microstick development boards.

If you own the original Microstick (DM330013or the Microstick II (DM330013-2), you know they provide designers with an easy-to-use, economic development environment for Microchip’s 16- and 32-bit MCUs and DSCs. But, as they are designed for use with a breadboard, they contain only one test LED. With the Microstick Plus, however, you have a collection of 11 ready-to-use peripheral devices: LEDs, buttons, piezo buzzer, potentiometer, analog temperature sensor, capacitive PCB button, clock crystal, reference voltage generator, USB-UART converter, CAN-BUS driver and I/O expander for MCP2200 USB-UART converter.

This little board is the perfect solution for those looking to develop and program quickly on a low-cost, easy-to-use development platform.

The Microstick Plus USB board (ChipCAD SAJ659) provides the hardware interface for Microchip’s USB libraries and example code (see http://en.microstickplus.com/usb/prog), allowing for quick and easy development of USB solutions for Device, Host, or On-The-Go applications.
mikromedia PROTO shield is an extension board that is pin-compatible with all mikromedia boards from mikroElektronika. It enables users to place components and provide additional functionality to the base mikromedia board. 

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The 4D Intelligent Display Module uOLED-128-G2 is a compact and cost-effective display module that utilizes the latest state-of-the-art Passive Matrix OLED PMOLED technology.  The embedded GOLDELOX, a highly optimized virtual-core-engine graphics processor delivers stand-alone functionality to any project, allowing for a variety of applications.
The uLCD-32PTU is a compact and cost-effective Intelligent Display Module packed with plenty of features, ready to become the GUI for your target application, and capable of being an interface controller for a number of applications. The uLCD-32PTU is driven by the PICASO graphics processor, which is driven by a highly optimized virtual core engine called EVE Extensible Virtual Engine. An extensive range of hardware and software peripherals have been integrated into the design to give the user the freedom to adapt the module to suit almost any application.
The SK-32PTU is the perfect option for a first-time 4D Systems user. The SK-32PTU is a starter kit that includes a uUSB-PA5 Programming Adaptor, 2GB micro-SD card, and the uLCD-32PTU. The uLCD-32PTU is driven by the PICASO graphics processor, which is driven by a highly optimized virtual core engine called EVE Extensible Virtual Engine. An extensive range of hardware and software peripherals have been integrated into the design to give the user the freedom to adapt the module to suit almost any application.
The Digilent PmodRTCC Peripheral Module (Digilent 410-218) is a Real-Time Clock/Calendar powered by Microchip's MCP79410. It is compatible with Digilent`s PIC32-based Cerebot development boards (TDGL008, TDGL009, TDGL010), and can be easily connected to any system using standard IDC connectors and cables. An I2C™ interface is used to communicate with the module. The PmodRTCC provides two available alarms, 128 bytes EEPROM and 64 bytes SRAM. The multi-function pin can be accessed via a two pin header. The product Includes a coin-cell battery holder.
The Digilent PmodOLED Peripheral Module (Digilent 410-222) is perfect for embedded applications requiring small, complex visual output. It is compatible with Digilent's PIC32-based Cerebot development boards (TDGL008, TDGL009, TDGL010), and can be easily connected to any system using standard IDC connectors and cables. An SPI interface is used to communicate with module.

This low-priced item is not eligible for academic discount.

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EasyPIC™ 7 is the latest version of this popular development tool from MikroElektronika (MIKROE-798). Now with dual power supplies (3.3V and 5V) it supports over 250 different PIC MCUs. EasyPIC 7 accepts DIP packages from 8 to 40 pins and comes with a PIC18F45K22 installed.
This Protoshield kit from NKC Electronics is a great way to expand your chipKIT™ Uno32™. Develop your custom circuits on a solder-less breadboard. Once the circuit is tested and ready, install it on a Protoshield for a permanent solution, and free up your breadboard for the next project. Basic soldering experience is required. (Note: breadboard and soldering iron are not included.) 

Assembly instructions are available at http://www.chipkit.net/nkc-protoshield-uno32
The I2C Development Kit by Total Phase (TP120112) is a comprehensive and cost-effective kit that bundles together a complete set of Total Phases industry-leading I2C development tools and popular accessories. With this kit, developers can exercise target devices on an I2C bus as a master device, simulate an I2C master or slave device, program and verify I2C-based devices, and passively monitor an I2C bus in real time with bit-level timing down to 20 ns.
The USB I2C click contains an MCP2221 USB-to-UART/I2C converter. The chip supports full-speed USB (12 Mb/s), I2C with up to 400 kHz clock rates and UART baud rates between 300 and 115200. The board communicates with the target MCU through mikroBUS™ UART (RX, TX) or I2C (SCL, SDA) interfaces. In addition to mikroBUS™, the edges of the board are lined with additional GPIO and I2C pins. It can operate on 3.3V or 5V logic levels.
Microchip’s DM182023 development kit gives embedded software developers access to a comprehensive set of open source tools for use with Exosite’s advanced cloud-based IoT PLATFORM, enabling them to fast-track their IoT initiatives.
The connectivity the Exosite IoT platform is ensured by an MRF24WG0 Wi-Fi module, agency certified IEEE 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi radio transceiver module. The MRF24WG0MA has an integrated PCB antenna, matching circuitry, and supports Wi-Fi with the free TCP/IP protocol stack. The micro-controller at the heart of this kit is a PI32MX 32-bit controller.
The Microchip WCM is the first product to be certified as ExositeReady™ which certifies that a production ready port of the ExositeReady™ Embedded SDK is available and ready for use in your application.
WIZnet’s W5200 Ethernet PICtail™ (Plus) board provides 10/100Mbps, half/full duplex Ethernet connectivity by onboard WIZnet W5200 Ethernet controller, which has a hardwired TCP/IP processing engine.

The board has both PICtail™ headers and PICtail™ Plus side-edge connectors designed to be plugged into the Explorer 16 (DM240001), PIC32 I/O Expansion Board (DM320002), PICDEM.net 2 (DM163024), PIC18 Explorer (DM183032), and other supported development boards.

The board has fast SPI interface, 2K EEPROM with EUI-48™ Node Identity (MAC address) and RJ-45 connector. It also provides Auto-negotiation, Auto-MDI/MDIX, Power-Down Mode and Wake-on-LAN functionalities.

WIZnet’s W5200 Ethernet PICtail™ (Plus) board supports both Microchip’s software TCP/IP Stack and WIZnet’s hardwired TCP/IP Stack simultaneously on PIC18, PIC24, dsPIC and PIC32 platforms. The Hardwired TCP/IP Stack especially fits well for Simple Internet connectivity for PICs with small program memory size like PIC16.

For more information and downloads visit the WIZnet page.