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Arduino Due Compatible Board, 4 mikroBUS Sockets (Flip & Click) US$34.00

MIKROE-1984
Arduino Due Compatible Board, 4 mikroBUS Sockets (Flip & Click)


On one side, the Flip & Click is a bit like an Arduino Due, featuring an Atmel AT91SAM3X8E microcontroller and standard Arduino R3 shield headers. On the other side, however, Flip & Click has four mikroBUS sockets that allow even more expansion capabilities. Each mikroBUS socket can support any of more than 160 Click Boards.

The small click boards are a convenient way to add specific functionality to your design from sensors to displays, audio to motor control, communication to fiber optics, or even speech or gesture recognition. You can choose just about any four click boards you want for this board, without worrying about pin collisions and power supply issues. With the current number of click boards available, these four mikroBUS sockets allow for over 655 million combinations and that's not even counting using the normal Arduino shield connector on the other side of the Flip & Click!

As the Flip & Click is based on the Arduino Due, programming can be done using the popular open-source Arduino IDE. All you'll need is a micro-USB cable to load code into the Flip & Click from your Windows PC, Mac or Linux box. Select Arduino Due within the Arduino IDE.

Now with Python support! The Flip & Click also is supported by the Zerynth Studio IDE. Ease of use, multi-threading, real-time operation, and memory management are just a few of the arguments in favor of the Python language. Before you can use Python on it, you'll have to install the Zerynth Virtual Machine firmware into your Flip & Click like so: Start the Zerynth Studio, plug in your Flip & Click, select MikroElektronika Flip & click from the available boards, then click Install virtual machine. (To switch back to Arduino mode, simply compile an Arduino sketch as usual; the firmware will be overwritten automatically.)

Flip & Click Overview

The section in white with blue descriptions is showing a portion of the bottom side of the board.

The USB programming port and the host/device USB port are micro-USB connections.

Flip & Click Examples

The following is a list of Click boards you'd need to try each of the Flip & Click Example Code projects. The picture to the right shows the Weather Man configuration. Note that you will have to solder header pins to each Click board before you can plug them into the Flip & Click. The required header pins are included with each Click board.

Breathalyzer

Measure the quality of a person's breath, or how much they've been drinking.

Fartalyzer

This example works on the premise that you are wanting to measure temperature, time, and methane output. It records events on an SD card every 20 seconds.

Magic 8 Ball

Ask your burning questions to the Magic Flip & Click. A modern twist to the timeless classic.

Master Chef

Cook your food to perfection.

Moving Ball

Tilt the Flip & Click to move the ball. Don't hit the edges!

Weather Man

Predict the weather and have some information to boot. Reports temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and lightning activity.

The small click boards are a convenient way to add specific functionality to your design from sensors to displays, audio to motor control, communication to fiber optics, or even speech or gesture recognition. You can choose just about any four click boards you want for this board, without worrying about pin collisions and power supply issues. With the current number of click boards available, these four mikroBUS sockets allow for over 655 million combinations and that's not even counting using the normal Arduino shield connector on the other side of the Flip & Click!

As the Flip & Click is based on the Arduino Due, programming can be done using the popular open-source Arduino IDE. All you'll need is a micro-USB cable to load code into the Flip & Click from your Windows PC, Mac or Linux box.

Now with Python support! The Flip & Click (being compatible with Arduino Due) also is supported by the Zerynth Studio IDE. Ease of use, multi-threading, real-time operation, and memory management are just a few of the arguments in favor of the Python language. Support specifically designed for Flip & Click is being worked on currently.

Flip & Click Overview

The section in white with blue descriptions is showing a portion of the bottom side of the board.

The USB programming port and the host/device USB port are micro-USB connections.

Flip & Click Examples

The following is a list of Click boards you'd need to try each of the Flip & Click Example Code projects. The picture to the right shows the Weather Man configuration. Note that you will have to solder header pins to each Click board before you can plug them into the Flip & Click. The required header pins are included with each Click board.

Breathalyzer

Measure the quality of a person's breath, or how much they've been drinking.

Fartalyzer

This example works on the premise that you are wanting to measure temperature, time, and methane output. It records events on an SD card every 20 seconds.

Magic 8 Ball

Ask your burning questions to the Magic Flip & Click. A modern twist to the timeless classic.

Master Chef

Cook your food to perfection.

Moving Ball

Tilt the Flip & Click to move the ball. Don't hit the edges!

Weather Man

Predict the weather and have some information to boot. Reports temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and lightning activity.


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 04 November, 2015.

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