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Flip and click

48 g

Flip & click is Arduino's close cousin. It share a lot of Arduino DNA - the 32-bit MCU, the pinout, the compatibility with Arduino IDE – but when you flip it over, you get four mikroBUS sockets for click boards.

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5 $37.05
20 $35.10
5 $37.05
20 $35.10

Flip and click

Flip & click is a two-sided development board with a split personality. It can be used as a 32-bit Arduino Due powered by ARM Cortex™-M3 AT91SAM3X8E microcontroller, but it can also run Python. In either case, it’s a beginner-friendly rapid prototyping tool expandable with up to four click boards (out of hundreds available).

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Using Flip & click with Arduino IDE

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  • 1) Plug in Flip & click (use the USB port next to the power socket).
  • 2) Launch Arduino IDE (Flip & click is recognized as Arduino Due)
  • 3) Start writing Arduino sketches.

Using Flip & click with Python

  • 1) Start Zerynth Studio
  • 2) Plug in Flip & click
  • 3) Select MikroElektronika Flip & click from available boards
  • 4) Click install virtual machine
  • 5) Start writing Python scripts.
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Flip & click projects / Resources

Creating sketches or scripts is easy with Flip & click. Our developers sometimes do it as a break from regular work. Here are some projects we have done so far. Click on the one you like to see the code on GitHub

Tech Support

Flip & click is Arduino's cousin, but it's not affiliated with Arduino LLC. For any questions or tech support you might need, your go-to source of wisdom is the MikroElektronika Helpdesk. We are happy to help. All we ask in return is that you have fun with your Flip & click.

What others are saying

"This board is too flippin’ cool!" – Atmel Bits & Pieces blog

"Instead of a boring ATmega328 and unusable fixing holes, MikroElektronika provides Flip & Click with Atmel ATSAM3X8E Cortex™-M3 core and a multiple of ports and interfaces" - Make Magazine, German edition

"Flip & click: best of two worlds" – Microcontroller-projects.com


Applications Beginner-friendly rapid prototyping tool expandable with up to four click boards
Architecture ARM (32-bit)
MCU speed 84MHz
MCU Memory 512KB of Flash, 100KB of SRAM
Programming Via Arduino Bootloader
Key Features 12 MHz Crystal oscilator, 32.768 MHz Crystal oscilator
Interface SPI, PWM, Digital pins, Analog pins
Expandability 4 x mikroBUS sockets, 1 x Arduino UNO socket
Integration Mounting Holes
Power Supply 5V (via USB), DC 7-20V (via DC jack)

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