Adapter for connecting Grove System modules to a host microcomputer board with a mikroBUS socket.Designed by Munts Technologies, Ships from Sweden
The mikroBUS Grove Adapter enables you to connect Grove System modules to a host microcomputer board with a mikroBUS I/O expansion socket. With suitable adapter cables, you can also connect SparkF...Read More…
The mikroBUS Grove Adapter enables you to connect Grove System modules to a host microcomputer board with a mikroBUS I/O expansion socket. With suitable adapter cables, you can also connect SparkFun Qwiic and Digilent Pmod modules.
The mikroBUS Grove Adapter plugs into a mikroBUS socket and provides four Grove System connectors. Each of the Grove System connectors has two signal pins (analog, digital, serial, or I2C) connected to two signal pins of the mikroBUS socket.
PocketBeagle/Clicker/Raspberry Pi/Arduino Uno host microcomputer board not included! Cables not included!
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Munts AM Corp (http://www.munts.com) dba Munts Technologies (http://tech.munts.com) was founded in 2007 to provide electronic design and software engineering consulting services. We are especially interested in very small embedded Linux systems like the Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone.
The president of Munts AM Corp is Philip Munts. He has been studying and building embedded systems ranging from single chip 8048 products to satellite tracking stations since 1979. He graduated from Northwest Nazarene College of Nampa, Idaho in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1991 with a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He is currently on a long-term consulting assignment in Malmö, Sweden.