ArabicChinese (Simplified)DutchEnglishFrenchGermanItalianPortugueseRussianSpanish
About the mCookie Series

Our mCookie stackable modules eliminate having to wire things to a breadboard.  Therefore, learning about programming is not intimidating, in fact, it’s just the opposite!

The mCookie Series eliminates the need for messy wiring by making electronics easily connectable. With our magnetic stackable modules and design it is truly as simple as snapping pieces together! Messy wiring, breadboarding and soldering is completely eliminated!

mCookie magnetic stackable modules
Characteristics

All stackable modules are color coded based on their role in the design and creation process. Grab what is needed for a project and simply stack them together!

  • Red –  Code modules are the brains and logic of a project.
  • Green – Extension modules enable control of additional electronics, such as motors or a display screen.
  • Yellow – Function modules enable extra functionality, such as audio playback or motion detection.
  • Blue – Communication modules enable wireless communication such as Bluetooth or WiFi.

Magnets built into the stackable modules makes connecting modules a snap!

Spring-loaded pins (pogo pins) create an electrical connection between modules. No soldering required!

Stackable modules are designed to be building block compatible. Which makes assembling a project quick and easy!

Magnets built into the stackable modules makes connecting modules a snap!

Spring-loaded pins (pogo pins) create an electrical connection between modules. No soldering required!

Modules are designed to be building block compatible. Which makes assembling a project quick and easy!

Programming
Text based coding with Arduino IDE

mCookie series modules can be programmed in the 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.

Drag and drop coding with mDesigner

mCookie series stackable 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 our mCookie modules. This method is great for beginners learning to code.

Modules
Cores

Core

Core+

Extension

Hub

LED Matrix

Motor Driver

OLED

m2M

Communication

Bluetooth (BLE)

Bluetooth Upload

WiFi (ESP)

Zigbee

NFC

nRF

SmartRF

Function

Battery Management

Wireless Battery Management

Audio Pro

Motion

Real Time Clock (RTC)

SD

Miscellaneous

USBTTL

Battery Management Shield

mBattery

About Microduino

Founded in 2012, and based in Westlake Village, Calif., Microduino is an award-winning global designer, developer, manufacturer and seller of stackable electronic building blocks, related components, and in-class science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning systems which encourage and enhance inventors’ creativity, imagination, and ingenuity through project-based learning.

Translate
ArabicChinese (Simplified)DutchEnglishFrenchGermanItalianPortugueseRussianSpanish
News
picture of our SVIEF award
Microduino receives Top 30 Innovation Award at SVIEF 2018
We are honored to be the recipient of the Top 30 Innovation Award presented to us at the Silicon Valley
Read more.
Itty Bitty Buggy box showing all the creatures you can make.
Microduino Launches Itty Bitty Buggy!
The follow-up to our award-winning Itty Bitty City, our newest STEM educational toy is a 5-in-1 kit that is another
Read more.
Microduino Products Are Now Available at Fry’s Electronics!
Exciting news! Starting today, select Microduino STEM education toys are now available at Fry’s Electronics, one of America’s leading personal computer (PC) and
Read more.
New MIX Kit Series Launch to Facilitate STEM/STEAM In Classroom
Microduino Launches New MIX Kit Series to Facilitate STEM/STEAM Instruction and Learning in Schools On May 9, Microduino announced the
Read more.
INSTAGRAM
social networks