MikroElektronika is a renowned producer of a wide range of development tools and compilers for various microcontroller families. MikroElektronika designs and manufactures complete solutions for PIC, dsPIC30/33, PIC24, PIC32, AVR, 8051, PSoC, as well as TIVA and STM32 ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers.
The MikroElektronika Pi click shield is an extension for Raspberry Pi®, the low-cost mini-computer. It's a simple shield with a mikroBUS™ host socket to make your Raspberry Pi compatible with more than 70 different types of click™ boards. The click board enhanced Pi can have GSM, GPS, WiFi, ZigBee, Bluetooth and a whole range of other, more unusual functionalities, like thunder detection, proximity and color sensing etc. Software examples for click Boards are available on Libstock, giving you a repository of working code to use as it is, or as a starting point for your own projects. The package includes two 1x8 and a single 2x13 female socket, as well as a 12mm distancer with two screws.
MikroElektronika mikroProg™ for PSoC® 5LP is a fast programmer and hardware debugger. mikroProg™ supports all PSoC® 5LP ARM® Cortex™-M3 devices from Cypress in a single programmer, and is also supported in PSoC® Creator IDE. It uses the IDC10 JTAG connector for SWD programming and debugging. Compatible with the mikromedia PSoC 5LP board and other PSoC boards.
MikroElektronica's PSoC TFT Expansion Board contains a 2.8", 320x240 TFT Display and a microSD slot. The TFT display is driven by the ILI9341 display controller and can display up to 262k colors. The screen is covered with a resistive touch panel that can be used as an input device. The expansion board can also be used together with the CY8CKIT-050 PSoC 5LP development kit.
MikroElektronika PIC Clicker is an amazingly compact starter development kit which brings an innovative mikroBUS host socket to your favorite microcontroller. It features PIC18F47J53, 8-bit microcontroller, two indication LEDs, two general purpose buttons, reset button, USB MINI-B connector and a single mikroBUS host socket. The mikroBUS host connector consists of two 1x8 female headers with SPI, I2C, UART, RST, PWM, Analog and Interrupt lines as well as 3.3V, 5V and GND power lines. The PIC clicker board can be powered over USB cable and an on-board power circuitry generates 3.3V and 5V while the power diode (GREEN) indicates the presence of power supply.
mikroElektronika's STM32F3/F4 Discovery Shields are a docking station that can be used with the STMicroelectronics STM32F3 and STM32F4 Discovery Boards. They can be used to quickly turn your Discovery board into a RFid lock, SMS-triggered control switch, GPS tracking device, full-blown weather station, or whatever else you have in mind. Assemble your prototypes quickly using click™ additional boards. Just snap them into mikroBUS sockets, like LEGO blocks.
Mikroelektronika mikromedia+ for PIC32MX7 is a compact development system which allows development of devices with multimedia contents. The central part of the system is a 32-bit 100-pin PIC32MX795F512L microcontroller. The mikromedia+ for PIC32MX7 feature lots of on board modules such as stereo MP3 codec, 4.3" TFT 480x272 touch screen display, port expander, accelerometer, microSD card slot, buzzer, IR receiver, RGB LED diode, PIN photodiode, temperature sensor, 2.4GHz RF transceiver, Ethernet transceiver, 8 Mbit flash memory, Li-Polymer battery charger etc. The board also contains MINI-B USB connector, power screw terminals, 2x5 mikroProg connector, two 1x26 connection pads, ON/OFF switch and other. It comes pre-programmed with USB HID bootloader, but can also be programmed with mikroProg for PIC, dsPIC and PIC32 external programmer. Mikromedia is compact and slim, and perfectly fits in the palm of your hand, which makes it a convenient platform for mobile and other multimedia devices. We have also prepared a mikromedia+ SHIELD for PIC32MX7 extension board which enables you to easily expand the functionality of your board.
Mickroelektronika mikromedia+ Shield for PIC32MX7 extension board is pin-compatible with the mikromedia+ board, which enables you to easily expand your basic board functionality. This shield contains: FTDI USB-UART chip, USB MINI-B connector, CAN transceiver, Screw terminals, mikroBUS sockets, Power supply screw terminals, Side connection pads, GNDs, and Ethernet connector.
mikroElektronika ConnectEVE FT800 Breakout Board offers fast and visually stunning graphics, even to 8-bit MCUs with little Flash and RAM. Its state-of-the-art FT800 graphics controller integrates display, audio, and touch onto a low cost, easy-to-use, single-chip solution. ConnectEVE contains the FT800Q graphics controller and a 4.3" TFT color display AT043B35 with a 480x272 pixel resolution, which is driven by the HX8257A display controller, capable of showing advanced graphical content. Each pixel can display 262K different colors. The TFT display is covered with a resistive touch panel which can be used as an input device. The board is primarily designed to be used as an additional display on mikroElektronika Easy development boards. For further connectivity, there are two headers, 2X5 and 1X10. After testing and building the final program, this board can also be used in the final device. The board also contains mounting holes for easier integration into new designs. Also available is the mikroElektronika EVE Click™, a display controller board in mikroBUS™ form factor. It also features the FT800Q graphics controller, with 12 embedded widgets, transparency and anti-aliasing support, PWM backlight dimming control, and much more.
mikroElektronika MINI-M4™ Development Board for Stellaris® is a small ARM® Cortex™-M4 development board containing the LX4F230H5QR microcontroller. This powerful miniature development tool is pin-compatible with the PIC16F887 and PIC18(L)F45K20 microcontrontrollers, and is designed to work as stand alone device or as MCU card in the standard DIP40 socket. The board is equipped with a 16MHz SMD crystal oscillator and 32.768KHz crystal which can be used for internal RTCC module. It also has a reset button and three signal LEDs. The MINI-M4 for Stellaris comes preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader, so no external programmers are needed for development. It operates on 3.3V power supply, and an on-board voltage regulator allows the board to be powered directly from a USB cable.
mikroElektronika MINI-M4™ Development Board for STM32 is a small ARM® Cortex™-M4 development board containing the STM32F415RG microcontroller. This powerful miniature development tool is pin-compatible with the PIC16F887 and PIC18(L)F45K20 microcontrontrollers, and is designed to work as stand alone device or as an MCU card in the standard DIP40 socket. The board is equipped with a 16MHz SMD crystal oscillator and 32.768KHz crystal which can be used for an internal RTCC module. It also has a reset button and three signal LEDs. The MINI-M4 for STM32 board comes preprogrammed with fast USB HID bootloader, so no external programmers are needed for development. It operates on a 3.3V power supply, and an on-board voltage regulator allows the board to be powered directly from a USB cable.
mikroElektronika EasyPIC Fusion™ v7 for dsPIC33 PIC24 & PIC32 is the first board of it's kind to combine support for three popular Microchip® low-power microcontroller architectures in one place. mikroElektronika wanted to put as many peripherals on the board as possible, to cover many internal modules. They have gone through a process of fine tuning the board performance, and used 4-layer PCB to achieve maximum efficiency. Finally, it had met all of our expectations, and even exceeded in some. This board is powerful, well organized, with on-board programmer and debugger and is ready to be your strong ally in development.
mikroElektronika EasyPIC™ v7 for dsPIC30® Development Board is a powerful, well organized, seventh generation dsPIC® development board with an on-board programmer and debugger. The new system is convenient for a wide range of dsPIC30F microcontrollers produced in DIP packages. dsPIC30F microcontrollers are 16-bit high-performance digital signal controllers suitable for advanced motor control algorithms, digital power converters, and speech and audio applications. The EasyPIC v7 for dsPIC30 is delivered with the dsPIC30F4013 device, and covers many internal modules needed for development of DSP applications, including the on-board programmer and debugger, CAN support, temperature sensors, display connectors, and six I/O groups. The board is suitable for students, hobbyists, enthusiasts, and professionals.
mikroElektronika mikromedia™ Development Boards for STM32® ARM® are part of a compact development system with many on-board peripherals which allow development of devices with multimedia contents. The central part of the system is a 32-bit STM32F207VGT6 or STM32F407VGT6 microcontroller. The mikromedia for STM32® features integrated modules such as stereo MP3 codec, TFT 320x240 touch screen display, accelerometer, USB connector, MMC/SD card slot, 8Mb flash memory, 2x 26 connection pads, and more. It comes pre-programmed with a USB bootloader, but can also be programmed with external programmers, such as mikroProg™ for STM32® or ST-LINK. Mikromedia is compact and slim, and perfectly fits in the palm of the hand, which makes it a convenient platform for mobile devices.
mikroElektronika EasyMx PRO™ v7 Development Board for STM32® ARM® is a full-featured development board for STM32® ARM® Cortex™-M3 and Cortex™-M4 microcontrollers. The board is delivered with an MCU card containing the STM32F107VCT6 microcontroller. EasyMx PRO™ v7 for STM32® ARM® contains 17 on-board modules necessary for development of a variety of applications, including multimedia, Ethernet, USB, CAN, and more. A TFT with touch panel along with a stereo mp3 codec allow the user to develop multimedia applications. There are 2 USB connectors and 2 USB-UART connectors on the board as well. The piezo buzzer will help test sound signalization, and the I2C EEPROM, Serial Flash, and microSD card slot can be used to store data. DS1820 and LM35 temperature sensor sockets are also included. The powerful on-board mikroProg™ programmer and hardware debugger, based
on the popular ST-LINK v2, supports over 180 ARM® microcontrollers.
mikroElektronika Ready™ for AVR / PIC / XMEGA Development Boards are compact development tools for fast and simple device development based on various microcontrollers. These boards are each equipped with a different microcontroller placed in the DIP40x socket. They are preprogrammed with a UART bootloader, so external programmers aren't necessary, though they may still be used, to program the microcontrollers. mikroElektronika Ready™ for AVR / PIC / XMEGA Development Boards each also contain a USB-UART module, prototyping area, and a power supply circuit. The boards are specially designed to fit into special white plastic casings so the user can turn a project into a final product.
mikroElektronika EasyMx PRO™ v7 Development Board for Stellaris® ARM® is a powerful, well organized, full-featured development board for ARM® Cortex™-M3 and M4 microcontrollers. It includes over 20 on-board modules for all kinds of development, including multimedia, USB, CAN, Ethernet, and others. The board is equipped with the mikroProg™ fast USB 2.0 programmer and debugger. mikroElektronika EasyMx PRO™ v7 Development Board for Stellaris® ARM® features the Texas Instruments LM3S9B95 ARM® Cortex™-M3 microcontroller chip and a 4-layer PCB to achieve maximum efficiency.
mikroElektronika EasyPIC PRO™ v7 Development Board is an easy to use, full-featured development board for high-pin-count 8-bit PIC® microcontrollers. It contains many on-board modules necessary for the development of a variety of applications, including graphics, Ethernet, USB, Temperature measurement, and others. The on-board mikroProg™ programmer and debugger supports nearly 100 PIC microcontrollers. mikroElektronika EasyPIC PRO™ v7 combines all the features of BIGPIC6 and LV18F v6 boards, supporting high-pin-count PIC microcontrollers in both 5V and 3.3V power supply technology. The board is made with high-quality components and a 2.54mm PCB, which makes it especially durable.
mikroElektronika mikroBUS™ Adapter Click Boards are designed to revolutionize the way users add new functionality to development boards. The user can push a Click board into the innovative new mikroBUS™ standard socket and use it with zero hardware configuration. Categories of mikroElektronika mikroBUS™ Adapter Click Boards include Wireless Communication Modules, Wired Communication Modules, Sensor Modules, and Miscellaneous Modules & Accessories.
mikroElektronika Analog System Lab Kit (ASLK) PRO Development Kit is designed for performing analog lab experiments. The main idea behind ASLK PRO is to provide a cost efficient platform or test bed for users to realize almost any analog system using general purpose ICs such as OPAmps and analog multipliers. mikroElektronika ASLK PRO Development Kit comes with three general-purpose operational amplifiers (TL082) and three wide-bandwidth precision analog multipliers (MPY634) from Texas Instruments. Also included are two 12-bit parallel-input multiplying digital-to-analog converters (DAC7821), a wide-input non-synchronous buck-type DC/DC controller (TPS40200), and a low dropout regulator (TPS7250) from Texas Instruments. A portion of ASLK PRO is left for general-purpose prototyping which can be used for carrying out mini projects. The kit also has a provision to connect ±10V DC power supply, and it comes with the necessary short and long connectors.
mikroElektronika EasyPIC™ v7 Development Board is the seventh generation of the EasyPIC development board. It is equipped with many on-board modules, including mikroProg™ - fast programmer with mikroICD™ (In-Circuit Debugger) support. mikroElektronika EasyPIC™ v7 Development Board is all about connectivity, with four different connectors for each port, so the user can easily connect accessory boards, sensors, and custom electronics. The powerful on-board mikroProg programmer and In-Circuit debugger can program and debug over 250 PIC microcontrollers, and supports both 3.3V and 5V MCUs. The EasyPIC™ v7 also features the more powerful PIC18F45K22 with 16 MIPS operation, 64Kb of linear program memory, 3896 bytes of linear data memory, and support for a wide range of power supply from 1.8V to 5V. This chip offers many modules including 36 General purpose I/O pins, 30 Analog Input pins (AD), Digital-To-Analog Converter (DAC), support for Capacitive Touch Sensing using Charge Time Measurement Unit (CTMU), three 8-bit timers, and four 16-bit timers. It also has pair each of SPI, I2C, CCP, and Comparator modules.
mikroElektronika Telit Easy GSM/GPRS Development System combines the access to digital communication services in GSM 850, 900, DCS 1800, and PCS1900 MHz networks with an integrated GPS receiver. The GM862 family features Voice, Circuit Switched Data transfer, Phonebook, SMS, four bands GSM capability, hot removal sensing on-board SIM Reader, GPRS Class 10, and battery charger circuitry. Moreover, the GM862-GPS module integrates the EASY SCRIPT functionality. This is a PYTHON engine script interpreter allowing self-controlled operations. With the EASY SCRIPT feature, GM862-GPS becomes a finite product that just needs the user's script to be run. The GM862 is specifically designed and developed by Telit for OEM usage and dedicated to portable data, voice, and telematic applications, such as telemetry and telecontrol, security systems, vending machines, POS terminals, phones and payphones, and return channel for digital broadcasting. Moreover, the GM862-GPS enables capabilities for automotive and fleet management applications and position reporting and tracking.
mikroElektronika UNI-DS6 Development System provides a development environment for programming and experimenting with various microcontrollers from different manufacturers. mikroElektronika UNI-DS6 Development System is a full-featured universal development environment which supports 7 different microcontroller architectures with mikroBoards which can also be used as standalone devices. The UNI-DS6 Board is equipped with many on-board modules, such as a 128x64 graphic LCD display, 2x16 alphanumeric LCD display, piezo buzzer, USB-UART, etc., which provide great power and flexibility for creating or testing prototypes. The mikroElektronika mikroBoards have integrated programmers, power regulators, and reset circuits, as well as prototyping sections. They are compact, carefully designed, and firmly fit into the double row connectors. Each mikroBoard can be used as a standalone development platform that can be integrated easily into a final product.
mikroMMB MultiMedia Boards from mikroElektronika are compact development systems that provide a convenient platform for developing devices with multimedia contents. The central part of each mikroElektronika MultiMedia Board is a Microchip Technology 32-bit PIC32, 16-bit PIC24, 16-bit dsPIC33, 8-bit PIC18F, 32-bit ARM7 LPC2148, 8-bit Atxmega128A1, or 8-bit ATmega1280 microcontroller. These mikroElektronika MultiMedia Boards include a TFT 320x240 touch screen display, USB connectors for communication with the MCU, an MMC/SD card connector, and more. Also available are several accessories, including the mikromedia Gaming Shield, mikromedia Proto Shield, and the Battery Boost Shield. The mikromedia workStation v7 provides a full development environment for mikromedia boards. It features an on-board debugger, multimedia modules, four mikroBUS host sockets, and a large breadboard area. Abstract pin names irrelevant of target mikromedia will provide enormous flexibility and portability of code to supported architecture.
The mikroElektronika EasyPIC® 6 Development System is a full-featured and user-friendly development board for Microchip Technology PIC microcontrollers. The mikroElektronika EasyPIC 6 Development System features a USB 2.0 on-board programmer with mikroICD® support (in-circuit debugger) providing an interface between the MCU and the PC. Numerous on-board modules allow you to easily simulate the operation of the target device. The on-board modules include a 128x64 graphic LCD display with backlights, 2x16 serial LCD display, and a port expander for easy I/O expansion.
The mikroElektronika mikroC PRO for PIC IDE is a feature-rich development tool for Microchip Technology PIC microcontrollers. The mikroC PRO for PIC is designed to provide the programmer with the easiest possible solution to developing applications for embedded systems without compromising performance or control. This mikroElektronika integrated development environment lets you write your C source code using the built-in Code Editor. The included mikroC PRO for PIC libraries dramatically speed up development. The integrated mikroICD (In-Circuit Debugger) Real-Time debugging tool monitors program execution on the hardware level. The mikroElektronika mikroC PRO for PIC IDE also provides plenty of examples to expand, develop, and use as building blocks in your projects.