Arduino is an Italian manufacturer of consumer electronics and one of the leaders in this market. You can see that the manufacturer is constantly expanding its offer. An example of this is the Arduino MKR boards series. The Arduino Uno tile is the most basic tile that has already gained immense popularity around the world. Perfect to start with - both for hobbyists wanting to learn the ins and outs of embedded systems and professionals for whom prototyping electronics and software is commonplace. While Arduino Uno is known for its versatility of use in a variety of device and application designs, the manufacturer also offers the Arduino MKR series. The latter were designed for the rapidly evolving Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Arduino MKR tiles are primarily characterized by huge possibilities. They can be used for consumer electronics applications, they have friendly service. Despite the advanced technological level, they can also be served by less experienced DIY enthusiasts. In this category, you can check and buy the best Arduino MKR boards. Discover our offer and choose the best product for you and your loved ones!
The module has a 32-bit microcontroller Atmel ARM Cortex-M0+, 256KB Flash memory and 32KB SRAM. The network connection Laura. WAN MD 1310 with a new system battery, 2 MB of flash memory and improved power control plate.
The module based on ATSAMW25 Atmel SoC system with wi-fi, designed for IoT projects. Equipped with Cortex-M0. Has 256 KB Flash memory, 32 KB SRAM, 8 digital inputs/outputs, 12 channels PWM and 7 analog inputs and one output, and popular communication interfaces. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V.
Module with chip Atmel SAMD21 Cortex-M0+, allowing you to study modules for 32-bit. Has 256 KB Flash memory, 32 KB SRAM, 22 digital inputs/outputs, 12 channels PWM) and 7 analog inputs and one output, a slot for memory cards microSD, battery with a lipo and popular interfaces. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V. Supports the I2S interface and allows you to...
Module based on chips Atmel SAMD21 and ATA8520, allowing network SigFox 868MHz. Equipped with a Cortex-M0+. It has 256 kB of Flash memory, 32 kB SRAM, 8 digital pins, 7 analog inputs, 1 analog output, 12 PWM pins. MKR Fox 1200 operates with a voltage of 3.3 V. Included is an annual free subscription to the SigFox network and geolocation Spot'it.
The module based on ATSAMW25 Atmel SoC system with wi-fi, designed for IoT projects. Equipped With Cortex-M0. Has 256 KB Flash memory, 32 KB SRAM, 8 digital inputs/outputs, 12 channels PWM and 7 analog inputs and one output, and popular communication interfaces. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V. The module without soldered connectors. In the set,...
The module based on the system Atmel SAMD21, designed for IoT projects. Equipped with a Cortex-M0+. It has 2 MB of Flash memory, 8 MB SRAM. In addition, the system is equipped with a FPGA Cyclone 10 system having 16 thousands of logic units. On the board is also a module U-blox Nina-W10 enabling the wi-fi and Bluetooth connection....
The module based on Atmel ATSAMD21 SoC system and U-blox SARA-R410M, allows you to stay connected in the standard Narrowband-IoT and LTE Cat M1. Tile has a Cortex-M0+, 256 KB of Flash memory, 32KB SRAM, 8 digital inputs/outputs, 12 channels PWM and 7 analog inputs and one output, and popular communication interfaces. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V....
The module based on the layout of the Atmel SAMD21 SoC with GSM module SARAU201 designed for IoT projects. Equipped With A Cortex-M0+. Has 256 KB Flash memory, 32 KB SRAM, 8 digital inputs/outputs, 12 channels PWM) and 7 analog inputs and one output, and popular communication interfaces. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V.
The module based on the ATSAMW25 Atmel SoC system with wi-fi ESP32 U-Blox designed for IoT projects. Equipped With Cortex-M0. Has 256 KB Flash memory, 32 KB SRAM, 8 digital inputs/outputs, 12 channels PWM and 7 analog inputs and one output, and popular communication interfaces. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V.
The module is equipped with a 32-bit processor Atmel ARM Cortex-M0+, 256KB Flash memory and 32KB SRAM. It combines the capabilities of tile MKR Zero and connectivity LoRa. The ideal solution for projects requiring wireless connection or IoT.
The MKR family is strongly oriented towards wireless technologies, which are indispensable for IoT (Internet of Things) projects. What is more, the MKR series has been enriched with two boards: MKR WiFi 1010 and MKR NB 1500. But every board of MKR family is really technological intriguing…
Arduino MKR boards are an excellent tool for rapid prototyping of IoT projects, both for hobbyists and professionals in electronics and programming.
One of the parameters distinguishing the classic Arduino UNO tiles from the MKR series is the size. The dimensions of the Arduino MKR tiles are 45mm x 18mm. All MKR boards have the same number of I / O ports - 22. 12 binary outputs allow PWM signal generation, while 7 separate pins are analog inputs. In addition, the board also has one analog output, so you can connect all necessary input and output devices.
One of the most important advantages of Arduino MKR boards is their built-in wireless connectivity in several ways. This advantage is important because it opens up many possibilities for you in the field of creating remote cooperation between control and executive devices. Integration between components has never been easier. See for yourself!
Arduino tiles from the MKR series are a real technological revolution. There is a reason why they are so loved by programmable electronics enthusiasts.
All Arduino MKR boards are based on the modern SAMD21 Cortex M0 with 32-bit microcontroller. The heart (core) of the Arduino MKR is clocked at 48MHz. A very precise real-time clock with a frequency of 32.768 kHz has been implemented in the processor. Another important parameter is modern SRAM memory. In this case, we have 32kB memory and 256kB FLASH memory.
Most Arduino MKR tiles offered by Botland store have built-in WiFi and GSM communication modules. Thanks to the communication channels it is possible to integrate the Arduino board with other devices. Products can establish communication within the selected IoT technology network, LoRa narrowband network, as well as SigFox.
Although Arduino MKR tiles are smaller in size compared to Arduino Uno tiles, they still meet compatibility with hardware extensions such as Arduino Shield overlays. Connecting external Arduino Shield overlays to the Arduino MKR claims a range of functionalities depending on the chosen board. It will be possible to make connections between devices cooperating via Ethernet and CAN networks. You can also expand your project with more advanced I / O modules, expanders, motor control and much more!
Unlike standard Arduino motherboards, products such as the MKR 485 board give the user the ability to send information via the RS-485 serial protocol. These are innovative and advanced devices, so you will need more knowledge to know their full capabilities (by the way, also check out our Arduino books in Botland!). On the other hand, the products still have the same feature as the other – they are very intuitive!
If you are wondering what board from the Arduino MKR series to choose, check out the Arduino MKR Vidor4000. This is the first Arduino board equipped with FPGA. The implemented matrix of logic gates makes it possible to program the device specifically for your application.
In turn, the MKR1000 board enables connectivity via WiFi using the WINC1500 chip working in accordance with the IEEE 802.11 b / g / n standard. Provides data throughput of 72Mb / s. In turn, using the MKR GSM 1400 board based on the popular SARAU201 module you will be able to make phone calls in the GSM standard. So build a robot that will perform the functions of your phone!
MKR Zero will be an excellent choice for those who already have experience with the Arduino Uno board based on an 8-bit microcontroller. It is a 32-bit microcontroller with a built-in I2C serial interface, UART, SPI, a microSD card slot and a USB connector for communication with a computer. A good choice will also be the purchase of the MKR FOX 1200 board, which can be used to design devices that communicate via the SigFox network.