Meet Flip & click, Arduino’s close cousin. This board shares a lot of Arduino DNA — Atmel’s 32-bit AT91SAM3X8E MCU, the familiar pinout, firmware to program it like a regular Arduino — but it has a tendency to flip. When it does, you’ll get to see its other side — four mikroBUS sockets for connecting click boards. You can amp up the functionality of your device by just adding one of the boards available on our website. Imagine what can you do with four! All sorts of sensors, transceivers, encoders, displays, connection ports are at your disposal. Separate communication lines allow for thousands of click board combinations, with no need for unsightly stacking or wire jumping.
|MCU speed||84 MHz|
|MCU Memory||512 KB of Flash, 100 KB of SRAM|
|Programming||Via Arduino Bootloader|
|Expandability||4 x mikroBUS sockets, 1 x Arduino UNO socket|