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).
Using Flip & click with Arduino IDE
- 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.
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
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