Find out how easy it is to create a development environment to take your idea from concept to prototype. The customizable Curiosity Nano Development Platform includes cost-effective Curiosity Nano boards and the versatile Curiosity Nano Base for Click boards™ to provide you with an excellent starting point for creating innovative designs.
Curiosity Nano boards feature a variety of 8-bit PIC® and AVR® microcontrollers (MCUs), 16-bit PIC MCUs and 32-bit Arm® Cortex® core-based SAM MCUs, allowing you to easily evaluate different architectures for your design. They also offer full programming and debugging capabilities to support you throughout your development process. Each Curiosity Nano board is compatible with the Curiosity Nano Base for Click boards. This base includes a socket that fits all Curiosity Nano boards plus three mikroBUS™ sockets and an Xplained Pro socket that will enable you to effortlessly expand your design with sensors, connectivity modules and more.
As an incredibly adaptable toolset for taking your project from exploration to working prototype, the Curiosity Nano Development Platform will be a welcome addition to your design team.
Extend battery life in your sensor node, IoT and portable applications with PIC24FJ64GU205 MCU, which offers sleep currents down to a few hundreds of nA while completely retaining RAM content. The cost-effective PIC24FJ64GU205 MCU also offers 64 KB of ECC Flash, 8 KB of RAM, a 12-bit/400 ksps Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC), three analog comparators, several Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) and Full Speed USB 2.0 Host/Device/OTG.
Explore the 5V, low-cost PIC32CM MC MCU with the PIC32CM MC Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit. Supported by MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and MPLAB Harmony v3 software development framework, it provides easy access to all the features of the PIC32CM MC MCU so you can quickly integrate the device into a custom design. It also contains an on-board Nano Debugger for programming and debugging, eliminating the need for extra tools to program the device.
Improve your sensor node design with the PIC18F16Q41 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit, which allows you to leverage sophisticated analog peripherals and powerful Core Independent Peripherals to implement data acquisition and sensor interfacing applications.
Power up your projects with our most versatile Arm® Cortex®-M4 based MCU. Featuring the SAM E51 family, this Curiosity Nano board provides I/O access to major peripherals including ADC, DAC, SERCOM, timers, Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC), USB and CAN FD. Since it doesn’t need any external programming or debugging tools, you can hit the ground running with a high-performance microcontroller that is ready to take on tasks in a variety of applications, ranging from general-purpose through more complex industrial designs.
Take your next 32-bit embedded application from proof of concept to production with our low-cost Arm® Cortex® M0+ based SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit. This self-contained and modular board interfaces with a variety of MikroElektronika and XPro expansion boards, allowing you to quickly, easily and cost effectively customize your prototype with additional features and capabilities.
Take your next idea to market with a cost-effective development board that you can keep in your pocket. With its full programming and debugging capabilities, the PIC18F57Q43 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit offers complete support for your next design.
Featuring a low-power-capacity AVR® core and intelligent hardware peripherals, the ATmega4809 MCU is engineered for real-time control. Use the ATmega4809 Curiosity Nano to create reliable designs with reduced overall system response time.
The PIC16F18446 8-bit MCU features high-resolution analog, Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) and eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) technology. The PIC16F18446 Curiosity Nano pairs well with sensor nodes and battery-powered designs.
The robust PIC18F47Q10 MCU is optimized for real-time control through integrated analog, Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) and 5V operation for increased noise immunity. Bring these features to your product and rapidly develop a fast and reliable closed-loop control system with the PIC18F47Q10 Curiosity Nano.
The small physical footprint, Event System and SleepWalking features on the ATtiny1607 make it an ideal MCU for both optimized board layout and efficient, low-power performance. Use the ATtiny1607 Curiosity Nano to develop a product with a compact and efficient design.
Equipped with the latest, enhanced set of Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs), the PIC18F47K42 MCU can be found at the heart of a wide range of products, including Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This MCU particularly shines in safety-critical applications because of its rich suite of timer and error-detection peripherals. Start your development with the PIC18F47K42 Curiosity Nano to access these unique features and elevate your embedded design to a new level.
Save code space and improve the performance of your design by accessing the rich set of Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) and eXtreme Low-Power (XLP) technology available in the cost-effective PIC16F15376 MCU. Experience rapid, flexible and simple development for a wide range of general-purpose and low-power applications with the PIC16F15376 Curiosity Nano.
The Curiosity Nano Base for Click boards is more than just a base board; it’s the ultimate rapid prototyping base for creating innovative projects. You can easily plug different Curiosity Nano boards into the socket, which allows you to try out different MCUs without redesigning your hardware. The three on-board mikroBUS™ sockets make it simple to add MikroElektronika Click boards to expand the features and functionality of your design.
Did you recently purchase a Curiosity Nano Board? In this quick unboxing video, we will quickly show you to get up and running with your new development tool.