click boards meet Arduino
Meet Flip & click, Arduino’s close cousin. It shares a lot of Arduino DNA â the AT91SAM3X8E MCU, the pinout, compatibility with Arduino IDE â but it has a tendency to flip.
Giving makers license to flip.
When it flips, you’ll see its other side â four sockets for click boards. Clicks are bite-sized add-on boards with a standardized mikroBUS connector that make prototyping as elegant as it gets. Each one carries a single sensor, transceiver, display, encoder, connection port or any other sort of chip or module
- Featured click boards
- Wireless connectivity
- Mixed signal
- Motors & actuators
- Audio, Video & Storage
A mikroHackaton challenge: how many Flip ideas can you come up with?
There are more than 160 clicks to pick from, and with Flip & click, there’s more than 1604 ways to mix them. Here are a few ideas.
We posted the code for all these demos, and more, on GitHub. Keep visiting the account as more examples will be added
What´s on board?
It´s not just the chip and pinout that make Flip & click a cousin of Arduino. Everything will be familiar, down to the LED configuration. But the Flip side with mikroBUS sockets is where the fun is.
Tech Support: Flip & click is Arduino’s cousin, but it’s not affiliated with Arduino LLC. For any questions or tech support you might need, your go-to source of wisdom is the MikroElektronika Helpdesk. We are happy to help. All we ask in return is that you have fun with your Flip & click.