easyC Microcontrollers

In this category you can find all microcontrollers that use the easyC system for connection and communication. Dasduino and other boards.

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Soldered Inkplate 6COLOR
Soldered Inkplate 6COLOR

If you’re like us, you thought: “If only I could use a screen like this in my project”, first time you saw an e-book reader. Thanks to the exceptional sharpness and contrast, the ability to display in sunlight and truly unprecedented efficiency in terms of energy (it consumes energy only when changing the content on the screen), electronic paper is the ideal choice for many applications. Inkplate 6COLOR, continuing the tradition of the now well-known Inkplate series, continues to offer variations of e-paper accessible to hobbyists and everyone else in a way that we have made plug-and-play hardware, really easy to use and compatible with Arduino and micropython. Inkplate 6COLOR brings a unique innovation – the ability to display colors on the screen.

 

 

If we want to list only a few features, Epaper Inkplate 6COLOR has a 5.85-inch folded e-paper that displays a total of 7 different colors (Black, White, Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, and Orange). Considering the built-in dithering capability, the results you can get on the screen are really impressive. Powered by ESP32, you will have strong microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth on your disposal. It’s super-low-power (18uA) so you can use it for days, weeks, or months out of a single battery charge. Using our Arduino library (100% compatible with Adafruit GFX), it’s 5 minute work to get the board running for you. The Micropython module is available as well.  It’s 100% open-source for both software and hardware. What is especially interesting is that Inkplate uses recycled screens taken from old e-book readers, which is very environmentally friendly, but you have to keep in mind that some screens may have small scratches because of this. All screens with large scratches and damages are not used at all.

 

 

Inkplate 6COLOR options:

 

With e-paper display & enclosure: This version offers a sturdy and sleek enclosure for your device, made with precision from a 3D printer. It’s perfect for those who want an extra layer of protection without any added features.

 

With e-paper display, enclosure, and battery: Upgrade to this version if you’re looking for both protection and mobility. This option includes a 3D-printed enclosure as well as an integrated battery, ensuring your device stays powered even on the go.

 

Without e-paper display: For those who prefer a simpler or alternative display solution, this version does not include the e-paper display. It’s ideal for users who have their own display solutions or prefer to use the device without a visual interface.

 

Choose the one that best fits your needs and enhance your experience!

Dasduino CORE (ATmega328)
Dasduino CORE (ATmega328)

Are you looking to start tinkering with electronics and Arduinos? Or perhaps you’re looking for a board to help you with electronic projects? Dasduino Core is the right choice for you. If you’re familiar with any of the retired Croduino products, you’ll feel right at home with this board. If not, no worries! Dasduino Core is made for makers of all skill levels! Not only will it execute the tasks in a breeze, but it will take up little space while doing so.

With just 63 mm wide and 22 mm high, Dasduino Core packs 22 I/O pins. It has 14 digital and 8 analog pins, which is plenty for almost all projects. It comes with a USB Type-C connection and is 100% compatible with the original Arduino boards and Arduino IDE. It comes with the Atmel Atmega328P microcontroller we all know and love. It works on 5V or battery voltage. There is also a 3.3V voltage regulator on the board for easy powering of 3.3V breakouts or easyC boards. Furthermore, it features Lithium-ion battery charger and connector, and a full color WS2812 RGB LED. An easyC connector will make connecting the Dasduino Core with other devices effortless.

 

 

Dasduino CORE (ATmega328) options:

 

The Dasduino CORE comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

Soldered Inkplate 2
Soldered Inkplate 2

The Inkplate 2 is an Arduino-compatible board that features a 2.13″ three-color e-paper display. It is a plug-and-play device, programmable via USB port, and controlled by an ESP32 microcontroller. Moreover, it connects to the internet via WiFi or Bluetooth. Since it uses only 8uA in low-power mode, it can last for months on a single Li-ion battery charge. It’s simple enough to be used by beginners, but it also offers plenty of features and a user-friendly platform for advanced users. Inkplate 2 has it all, packed on a small-factor board.

 

 

If you’re like us, when you first saw an e-book reader, you thought “If only I could use a screen like this in my project”. Thanks to the exceptional sharpness and contrast, the ability to display in sunlight and truly unprecedented efficiency in terms of energy (it consumes energy only when changing the content on the screen), electronic paper is the ideal choice for many applications. Inkplate 2, continuing the tradition of the now well-known Inkplate series, offers a variation of e-paper accessible to hobbyists and everyone else in a way that we have created a plug-and-play hardware that is really easy to use, and is compatible with Arduino and micropython.

 

 

Inkplate 2 options:

 

With e-paper display & enclosure: This version offers a sturdy and sleek enclosure for your device, made with precision from a 3D printer. It’s perfect for those who want an extra layer of protection without any added features.

 

With e-paper display, enclosure, and battery: Upgrade to this version if you’re looking for both protection and mobility. This option includes a 3D-printed enclosure as well as an integrated battery, ensuring your device stays powered even on the go.

 

Without e-paper display: For those who prefer a simpler or alternative display solution, this version does not include the e-paper display. It’s ideal for users who have their own display solutions or prefer to use the device without a visual interface.

 

Choose the one that best fits your needs and enhance your experience!

Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604)
Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604)

Dasduino Lite is the right choice when you are limited with space, but still looking for capable controller. Based on Attiny1604, with USB-C port, Li-ion charger and CH340 USB-UART converter, it has all must-haves on a small form-factor.

Only 38mm wide and 26mm high, Dasduino Lite contains 12 GPIO pins. Of these, 9 can be programmed as analog. It comes with a USB Type-C connection and is 100% compatible with the original Arduino IDE software using  custom Board Definition. In addition to its small dimensions, which are the main characteristic of this Dasduino, there is also a charger for a lithium battery, a full RGB LED and an easyC connector that will allow easy connection of the Dasduino Lite board with other devices. This Dasduino is extremely handy when you need to make a project that needs to take up as little space as possible.

 

 

Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604) options:

 

The Dasduino LITE comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

Soldered Inkplate 4 TEMPERA
Soldered Inkplate 4 TEMPERA

Inkplate 4 TEMPERA is an easy-to-use, all-in-one device that puts the power of e-paper technology in the palm of your hand. Behind its 3.8-inch, 600×600-pixel e-paper touchscreen, it packs the following features into one compact, elegant package: frontlighting, an abundance of sensors, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a built-in battery, and a low-power operating mode.

 

In this digital age, screens are the windows through which we interact with much of our world, and e-paper technology addresses many of the challenges posed by conventional screens. More specifically, they offer high contrast, daylight readability, and unparalleled energy efficiency. And there is one more thing that sets our screens apart: sustainability. Every Inkplate 4 TEMPERA gives new life to an ED038TH2 E Ink display that we’ve rescued from a tragic future as e-waste. We’d rather see these screens in your hands than in a landfill.

 

Inkplate 4 TEMPERA is powered by the ESP32 microcontroller, to which we’ve added all of the peripherals we thought you might find useful. Inside the enclosure is a 1200-mAh battery and power-management circuitry so you can charge it easily and determine its remaining charge accurately. Inkplate 4 TEMPERA’s real-time clock (RTC) allows for precise time measurements, and its microSD card slot allows you to to store and display images, among other applications. If you’re looking for sensors, you’ll find a gyroscope and an accelerometer, as well as temperature, humidity, air quality, and gesture sensors. Inkplate 4 TEMPERA also has a built-in, frequency-adjustable buzzer. And of course, it includes various GPIO pins that support peripheral connectivity through a GPIO expander or via the easyC ecosystem.

 

So, if you’re in the market for a nice-looking screen on which you can display whatever you want—wherever, at whatever time of day, and for however long you want—we invite you to check out Inkplate 4 TEMPERA. We think you’ll find it delightful!

 

Inkplate 4 TEMPERA options:

Without glass panel: This version is powered by an ESP32 microcontroller, with a 3.8-inch touchscreen e-paper display, built-in lighting, Li-Ion battery, housing, and various peripheral components.

 

With glass panel: This version is powered by an ESP32 microcontroller, with a 3.8-inch touchscreen e-paper display, built-in lighting, Li-Ion battery, housing, various peripheral components, and additionally protected by a glass panel.

Dasduino COREPLUS (ATmega2560)
Dasduino COREPLUS (ATmega2560)

The soldered version of the ATmega2560 microcontroller board has arrived! It is designed for enthusiasts and professionals in the field of electronics and DIY projects. The heart of the board, the ATmega2560, is a powerful 8-bit microcontroller that offers enough processing power for demanding applications. The board comes with a large number of digital and analog inputs/outputs, allowing users to connect various sensors and actuators. The ATmega2560 contains a significant amount of Flash memory, SRAM, and EEPROM, which is sufficient for complex applications and data storage. The USB interface allows for easy programming and communication with a computer. It enables communication with various peripheral devices and modules using the easyC system for simple connectivity. The board is compatible with popular development environments, such as Arduino IDE, which facilitates the development and implementation of projects.

 

This board is ideal for creating complex and versatile electronic projects, such as automatic systems, smart devices, robotics, and many others.

 

Dasduino COREPLUS (ATmega2560) options:

 

Dasduino COREPLUS comes in 3 versions depending on the method of connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

Soldered Inkplate 6PLUS with enclosure - e-paper display with touchscreen - USB only
Soldered Inkplate 6PLUS with enclosure - e-paper display with touchscreen - USB only

If you’re like us, the first time you saw an e-reader, you thought to yourself, “I could do something with that.” Thanks to clean lines, high contrast, daylight readability, and the remarkable level of energy efficiency that comes from drawing power only when changing the contents of the screen, e-paper is uniquely suited to many applications. Following Inkplate 6 and 10 success, with Inkplate 6PLUS we continue to make e-paper accessible to hobbyists and DIY product designers by offering a plug-and-play hardware platform that is super-easy to use and compatible with Arduino. 6PLUS adds touchscreen and frontlighting, making it a perfect solution for interactive projects.

 

To name a few features, Inkplate 6PLUS has stunning 6.0 inch e-paper display with refresh rate of 1.27s, greyscale mode and partial updates support. Additionally, it had touchscreen with possibility to detect two simultaneous touches, as well as front lighting controllable in 64 steps. Powered by ESP32, you will have strong microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth on your disposal. There’s Real Time Clock (RTC), additional GPIO pins, and more. Using our Arduino library (100% compatible with Adafruit GFX), it’s 5 minute work to get the board running for you. The Micropython module is available as well.  It’s 100% open-source for both software and hardware. What is especially interesting is that Inkplate uses recycled screens taken from old e-book readers, which is very environmentally friendly, but you have to keep in mind that some screens may have small scratches because of this. All screens with large scratches and damages are not used at all.

Soldered Inkplate 5
Soldered Inkplate 5

Introducing the Inkplate 5, a versatile Arduino & Micropython compatible board that features a recycled 5.2″ E-Ink (e-paper) display with rapid refresh times of only 0.19 seconds. This fully open-source, plug-and-play device, powered by an ESP32 microcontroller, is designed to connect effortlessly to the internet via WiFi or to other devices through Bluetooth.

 

 

Its energy-efficient design allows for ultra-low power consumption, making it capable of running for months on a single Li-ion battery charge. The Inkplate 5 is not just about power and connectivity; it’s also about convenience. The onboard microSD slot and a Real-Time Clock ensure unlimited data capabilities and precise timekeeping. The device even boasts numerous GPIO pins, allowing for easy expansion of your projects with virtually any peripheral.

 

 

Inkplate 5’s e-paper panel display is a visual delight. It provides beautiful, crisp image under all conditions, including direct sunlight, that’s always-on. Its screen resolution is 960 x 540 pixels, in monochrome, with black, white and 6 shades of grey support. The most interesting bit? The E-Ink screen does not require any power in between screen updates.

Inkplate 5 does a full refresh as quick as 1.02s for full refresh and 0.19s for partial refresh. That’s 5fps, if you wish.

 

 

Our device is a fantastic entry point for those wanting to experiment with E-Ink technology, all neatly packed into a compact board.

 

 

Inkplate 5 options:

 

With e-paper display & enclosure: This version offers a sturdy and sleek enclosure for your device, made with precision from a 3D printer. It’s perfect for those who want an extra layer of protection without any added features.

 

With e-paper display, enclosure, and battery: Upgrade to this version if you’re looking for both protection and mobility. This option includes a 3D-printed enclosure as well as an integrated battery, ensuring your device stays powered even on the go.

 

Without e-paper display: For those who prefer a simpler or alternative display solution, this version does not include the e-paper display. It’s ideal for users who have their own display solutions or prefer to use the device without a visual interface.

 

Choose the one that best fits your needs and enhance your experience!

Soldered Inkplate 10
Soldered Inkplate 10

If you’re like us, the first time you saw an e-reader, you thought to yourself, “I could do something with that.”. Thanks to clean lines, high contrast, daylight readability, and the remarkable level of energy efficiency that comes from drawing power only when changing the screen’s contents, the e-paper is uniquely suited to many applications. Following Inkplate 6 success, with Inkplate 10 we continue to make e-paper accessible to hobbyists and DIY product designers by offering a plug-and-play hardware platform that is super-easy to use and compatible with Arduino.

 

 

To name a few features, Inkplate 10 has a stunning 9.7″ inch e-paper display with refresh rate of 1.61s, greyscale mode, and partial updates support. Powered by ESP32, you will have a strong microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth at your disposal. It’s super-low-power (22uA) so you can use it for days, weeks, or months out of a single battery charge. There’s Li-ion battery charger, Real Time Clock (RTC), additional GPIO pins, and more. Using our Arduino library (100% compatible with Adafruit GFX), it’s 5 minute work to get the board running for you. The Micropython module is available as well. It’s 100% open-source for both software and hardware. What is especially interesting is that Inkplate uses recycled screens taken from old e-book readers, which is very environmentally friendly, but you have to keep in mind that some screens may have small scratches because of this. All screens with large scratches and damages are not used at all.

 

 

Inkplate 10 options:

 

With e-paper display & enclosure: This version offers a sturdy and sleek enclosure for your device, made with precision from a 3D printer. It’s perfect for those who want an extra layer of protection without any added features.

 

With e-paper display, enclosure, and battery: Upgrade to this version if you’re looking for both protection and mobility. This option includes a 3D-printed enclosure as well as an integrated battery, ensuring your device stays powered even on the go.

 

Without e-paper display: For those who prefer a simpler or alternative display solution, this version does not include the e-paper display. It’s ideal for users who have their own display solutions or prefer to use the device without a visual interface.

 

Choose the one that best fits your needs and enhance your experience!

Soldered Inkplate 6
Soldered Inkplate 6

If you’re like us, the first time you saw an e-reader, you thought to yourself, “I could do something with that.” Thanks to clean lines, high contrast, daylight readability, and the remarkable level of energy efficiency that comes from drawing power only when changing the contents of the screen, e-paper is uniquely suited to many applications. With Inkplate 6, our goal is to make e-paper accessible to hobbyists and DIY product designers by offering a plug-and-play hardware platform that is super-easy to use and compatible with Arduino.

 

 

To name a few features, Inkplate 6 has stunning 6 inch e-paper display with refresh rate of 1.26s, with partial update 264ms, greyscale mode and partial updates support. Powered by ESP32, you will have strong microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth on your disposal. It’s super-low-power (22uA) so you can use it for days, weeks, or months out of a single battery charge. Using our Arduino library (100% compatible with Adafruit GFX), it’s 5 minute work to get the board running for you. The Micropython module is available as well.  It’s 100% open-source for both software and hardware. What is especially interesting is that Inkplate uses recycled screens taken from old e-book readers, which is very environmentally friendly, but you have to keep in mind that some screens may have small scratches because of this. All screens with large scratches and damages are not used at all.

 

 

Inkplate 6 options:

 

With e-paper display & enclosure: This version offers a sturdy and sleek enclosure for your device, made with precision from a 3D printer. It’s perfect for those who want an extra layer of protection without any added features.

 

With e-paper display, enclosure, and battery: Upgrade to this version if you’re looking for both protection and mobility. This option includes a 3D-printed enclosure as well as an integrated battery, ensuring your device stays powered even on the go.

 

Without e-paper display: For those who prefer a simpler or alternative display solution, this version does not include the e-paper display. It’s ideal for users who have their own display solutions or prefer to use the device without a visual interface.

 

Choose the one that best fits your needs and enhance your experience!

Dasduino CONNECT (ESP8266)
Dasduino CONNECT (ESP8266)

The biggest advantage of Dasduino Connect hides within its name. If you ever wanted to connect your development board directly to the Internet, look no further! This Dasduino comes with the ability to connect to Wi-Fi. It even comes with the TCP/IP protocol suite that supports DNS. Connecting the physical world with the Internet has never been easier! Dasduino Connect is based on the well-known ESP8266 microchip which can be a bit complicated to use on its own. Adding the fact that it works from the Arduino IDE, working this board is as simple as it gets.

 

Dasduino Connect is 71 mm wide and 26 mm high so you can fit it in most projects. It fits perfectly on a breadboard for faster prototyping. It has a total of 30 pins, most of which are digital and one of which is analog. You can simply connect it to your computer with a USB Type-C and program it in Arduino IDE. Connecting the Dasduino Connect with other boards is done with an easyC cable. The design is 3.3V ready with an onboard regulator for 5V. With the JST battery connector, you can make your projects truly wireless. It includes full RGB WS2812B LED as well. Comes without any headers although it comes with USB-C cable.

Dasduino CONNECT (ESP8266) options:

 

The Dasduino CONNECT comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

Dasduino CONNECTPLUS (ESP32)
Dasduino CONNECTPLUS (ESP32)

If you’re looking for a microcontroller simple-to-use, yet powerful enough for a wide variety of applications, look no further. From low-power sensor networks to demanding tasks such as streaming music, MP3 encoding, and voice recording, this microcontroller can do it all. Dasduino CONNECTPLUS comes with integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2, which enable low-energy secure connections with data packet length extensions. It uses the powerful ESP32 controller with 4 MB integrated flash and 8 MB integrated PSRAM.

 

Dasduino CONNECTPLUS is 69 mm wide and 26 mm high. It fits on a standard breadboard for faster prototyping and works for most projects. It offers plenty of external connections with its 30 pins.You can simply connect the board to your computer with the standard USB Type-C cable and program it with Arduino IDE. The easyC port lets you connect the CONNECTPLUS easily with other I2C devices. The JST battery connector and onboard charger lets you make your projects truly wireless. There is more: full RGB WS2812 LED, reset and user button, onboard protections and more. It comes with USB-C cable.

 

 

Dasduino CONNECTPLUS (ESP32) options:

 

The Dasduino CONNECTPLUS comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

Out of stock Inkplate 6 - 6" e-paper board with enclosure
Inkplate 6 - 6" e-paper board with enclosure

If you’re like us, the first time you saw an e-reader, you thought to yourself, “I could do something with that.” Thanks to clean lines, high contrast, daylight readability, and the remarkable level of energy efficiency that comes from drawing power only when changing the contents of the screen, e-paper is uniquely suited to many applications. With Inkplate 6, our goal is to make e-paper accessible to hobbyists and DIY product designers by offering a plug-and-play hardware platform that is super-easy to use and compatible with Arduino.

 

To name a few features, Inkplate 6 has stunning 6 inch e-paper display with refresh rate of 1.26s, with partial update 264ms, greyscale mode and partial updates support. Powered by ESP32, you will have strong microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth on your disposal. Using our Arduino library, it’s 5 minute work to get the board running for you. It’s 100% open-source for both software and hardware, so it’s OSHWA certified. What is especially interesting is that Inkplate uses recycled screens taken from old e-book readers, which is very environmentally friendly, but you have to keep in mind that some screens may have small scratches because of this. All screens with large scratches and damages are not used at all.

WiFi:bit
WiFi:bit

Micro:bit is a very interesting board with lots of options that are used by many children in school or hobbyists, but who can say no to new features! So we decided to make a micro:bit add-on that will enable internet connection via WiFi! Finally, you’ll be able to connect your micro:bit projects to the Internet and to connect to the well known Internet of Things. WiFi:bit add-on is easy to use through a MakeBlock add-on or using completed Python examples.

Just insert micro:bit to the add-on, plug in the power cable (required) and you are ready! Open the examples and start sending and receiving data from the internet. There are even two easyC connectors on the WiFi add-on, which allow the simplest connection of I2C sensors and actuators with micro:bit. There are also available pins on the board which are isolated on standard spacing used for breadboard connections or connections with cables to additional components!

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