NXP Rapid IoT and Hackster Prototyping Contest
NXP wants to know what type of IoT end node design you can create using the new Rapid IoT prototyping kit and in return, win a cool prize!
Expansion boards and debug tools from MikroElektronika used to expand the functionalities of our prototyping solutions to address a virtually limitless number of use cases.
|SigFox click||The hearth of this module is the OL2385, a sub-GHz wireless transceiver System-on-Chip (SoC). The OL2385 device is a radio frequency transceiver with an embedded MCU designed for a wide range of industrial and home applications requiring very high link budget for bi-directional RF communication. Sigfox click is intended to be used in the RCZ1 (Europe region).||SigFox 2 Click||The hearth of this module is the OL2385, a sub-GHz wireless transceiver System-on-Chip (SoC). The OL2385 device is a radio frequency transceiver with an embedded MCU designed for a wide range of industrial and home applications requiring very high link budget for bi-directional RF communication. Sigfox 2 click is intended to be used in the RCZ2 (North America) and RCZ4 (Asia).|
|Docking / Debug station||Expand Hexiwear and Rapid IoT with up to three Click boards and turn it into something completely different. Upload new firmware through the USB port using the onboard OpenSDA programmer, or connect an external programmer to the Cortex Debug connector.|
|Docking / Battery Pack||Keep your favorite IoT development kit charged. You can add any functionality with the onboard mikroBUS™ socket. Add sensors, transceivers, speech recognition modules and more.|
|THERMO 4 click||Features the LM75A digital temperature sensor and a thermal watchdog with a range from −55 °C to +125 °C. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply.|
|NFC Tag 2 click||Carries the NT3H2111 NTAG I2C energy harvesting NFC Forum Type 2 Tag from NXP. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply only.|
|eINK click||Adapter for connecting eINK displays with very low power consumption and the ability to retain the information, even after disconnecting from the power source. Features the LM75A temperature sensor and thermal watchdog.|
|NFC click||Add-on board designed with the PN7120 versatile near field communications controller for contactless payment systems, electronic ticketing, smartcards, retail and advertising applications.|
|Diff pressure click||Diff pressure click carries the MPXV5010DP signal conditioned, temperature compensated and calibrated pressure sensor with two axial ports to accommodate industrial grade tubing.|
|Pulse Width Modulation click||Simple solution designed with the PCA9685 controller for 16 PWM outputs through a single I2C interface. You can use it to control anything from a simple LED strip to a complex robot with a multitude of moving parts.|
|Altitude click||Altitude click features the pressure sensor MPL3115A2, which provides accurate pressure/altitude (20-bit) and temperature (12-bit) data.|
|TILTnSHAKE click||Features the MMA8491Q 3-axis multifunctional digital accelerometer that can also be configured as a 45-degree tilt sensor.|
|H-Bridge Click||Features the MC34933 dual H-bridge driver to provide reasonably high current while driving the connected load with up to 7V. It is an ideal solution for light 3D printer elements driving, for precision actuators, an accurate positioning of various moving elements by using stepper motors, and similar applications.|
|H-Bridge 2 Click||Features the MPC17510 H-Bridge DC motor driver which implements a set of features that provide trouble-free operation of the connected motor, such as the undervoltage detection, shoot-through current protection, efficient output stage MOSFETs with low RDSON, level shifted output for an external MOSFET control and more.|