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- Product Code: MIKROE-2329
- MPN: MIKROE-2329
Focus on your main idea because clicker 2 will take care of the details for you: your prototype already has a power management system in place. The onboard LTC®3586-1 IC will provide 3.3V or 5V to the clicks. It turns the USB port into a battery charger. For convenience, clicker 2 for Kinetis features a reset button and an ON/OFF switch (you can also connect an external ON/OFF switch).
Thousands of possibilities with click boards
With two mikroBUS™ sockets on clicker 2, you can take advantage of the huge potential of click™ boards, the constantly expanding range of over 200 add-on boards. Blend different functionalities together and come up with new and original inventions. That’s just two clicks and your project is half-way done. Go ahead and play with a few ideas right away.
To make your prototyping experience as convenient as possible, clicker 2 for Kinetis is preprogrammed with a USB HID bootloader. Just download our mikroBootloader application and you’re ready to upload your firmware. On-board mikroProg for Kinetis connector enables programming through external programmer/debugger.
clicker 2 for Kinetis features LTC®3586, a highly integrated power management and battery charger IC that includes a current limited switching PowerPath manager. LTC®3586 also enables battery charging over a USB connection.
You can supply power to the board with a micro USB cable provided in the package. On-board voltage regulators provide the appropriate voltage levels to each component on the board.
|Applications||This compact board brings flexibility of click add-on boards to your favorite microcontroller, making it a perfect starter kit for implementing your ideas|
|MCU Memory||1 MB of Flash, 256 KB of SRAM|
|Programming||Preprogrammed with USB HID bootloader. Also features mikroProg for Kinetis connector.|
|Key Features||LTC®3586 - power management and battery charger IC|
|Expandability||2 x mikroBUS sockets, two 1x26 mikromedia-compatible headers|
|Input Voltage||5V (via USB) or Li-Polymer Battery (3.7V)|