Clicker 2 PSoC6 Dev Board with mikroBUS

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Clicker 2 Development Board featuring PSoC6 MCU and mikroBUS

The MikroElektronika Clicker 2 PSoC6 is a compact microcontroller board designed for fast development on custom designs. The Clicker 2 PSoC6 development board based on the CY8C6347BZI-BLD53 microcontroller (MCU). This device is from the PSoC6 family of Arm Cortex based, dual-core, 32-bit MCUs.
The Clicker 2 PSoC6 board has exciting and flexible functionality that is ideal for designing portable devices for connected Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

Does it connect to click boards?
Yes, the Clicker 2 features two mikroBUS sockets which offer straight-forward connectivity to the MikroElektronika range of click boards. Click boards enable you to add and combine various functionalities to achieve your invention goals. There is a huge range of click boards available covering many technologies, such as Bluetooth connectivity and touchscreen interfaces.

Is it compatible with mikromedia?
Yes, the MIKROE-2849 is the same form factor as the mikromedia boards. It also has the same 1x26 headers which means it is compatible with mikromedia shields too.

How is it powered?
Clicker 2 PSoC6 can be either battery powered or via USB. It works with a 3.7V Li Po battery or a 5V USB cable via the mini-B USB port on board.

How can I program?
PSoC Creator IDE or stand-alone PSoC Programmer software application can be used for programming. There is an on-board KitProg2

What’s on-board?
MCU: CY8C6347BZI-BLD53, 32-bit dual-core Arm Cortex (M4 and M0)
MCU Speed: 150MHz (M4 core) and 100MHz (M0 core)
Memory: 1MB Application Flash, 32KB Secure Flash, 32KB EEPROM
Antenna: Bluetooth 2.4GHz
Programmer: KitProg2 PSoC programmer
USB: 1 x mini-B USB port (for power)
Oscillator: 32MHz Crystal
Power: Li-Po 3.7V Battery or 5V USB cable
mikroBUS: 2 x sockets
mikromedia: 1x26 headers
Buttons: ON/OFF, Reset, pushbutton
LEDs: Power, Charge, Programmer
Dimensions: 60.4 x 81 mm
Weight: 26g

Features of the on-board MCU (CY8C6347BZI-BLD53):
Core: Dual-Core architecture
Clock Speed: 150MHz/100MHz
Memory: 1MB Application Flash with 32-KB EEPROM area and 32-KB Secure Flash
SCB: 9 x serial communication blocks (configurable as I2C, SPI, or UART)
Capacitive Touch: CapSense technology
Audio: Audio subsystem, including two PDM channels and I2S interface
PLBs: 12 x programmable logic blocks with 8 x Macrocells and an 8-bit data path (UDBs)
GPIO: 78 x pins with configuration options
Bluetooth: BLE (Bluetooth Smart) BT 5.0 subsystem, including programmable output power
Energy Profiler block
Cryptography accelerators and built-in security

Kenmerk Waarde
Name Clicker 2
476 op voorraad - levertijd is 1 werkdag(en).
Prijs 1 Box of 1
(excl. BTW)
(incl. BTW)
1 +
59,00 €
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