The Microduino module series marks a revolution in the way one prototypes electronics. Gone is the practice of messy soldering. Piles of tangled wires to connect the components are a thing of the past. Microduino has opened the doors of electronics to designers, architects, biologists, scientists, doctors and countless other professionals. Clean. Intuitive. Progressive.
Make connections with simple and standardized interfaces (UPin-27) — Microduino modules solve all the hardware issues so that one can focus on what matters — the function of the project. The connectors are simple and easy. No previous experience required!
Microduino modules are the size of a quarter and stackable. Which means space constrained projects are easy to build. Dimensions: 1.0 in x 1.1 in (25.4 mm x 27.94 mm)
An ecosystem with more than 100 modules, sensors and actuators — Microduino aims to be a complete platform. Imagine the endless possibilities!
Microduino series modules can be programmed in traditional text based coding using the Arduino IDE with added Microduino support. This method allows the user to access the full potential of the modules.
Supported Microduino series modules can be programmed using drag-and-drop coding using mDesigner. mDesigner is based on MIT’s Scratch 3.
Users will be immediately familiar with the standard Scratch interface, but with added support to control and interact with some Microduino modules. This method is great for beginners learning to code.