Use your forum account to login.


TOP Contributors

  1. MikroElektronika Team (419 codes)
  2. Shawon Shahryiar (237 codes)
  3. Alcides Ramos (95 codes)
  4. Dany (66 codes)
  5. O B (61 codes)
  6. MikroBUS.NET Team (35 codes)
  7. NART SCHINACKOW (34 codes)
  8. Alberto Trasimeni (25 codes)
  9. Roman Toropov (25 codes)
  10. Arezki YOUYOU (24 codes)

Most Downloaded

  1. Timer Calculator (74997 times)
  2. Network Ethernet Library (36919 times)
  3. FAT32 Library (35440 times)
  4. USB Device Library (27722 times)
  5. Network WiFi Library (26675 times)
  6. FT800 Library (19298 times)
  7. PID Library (18554 times)
  8. GSM click - Example (18237 times)
  9. microSD click - Example (15531 times)
  10. GPS click - Example (12452 times)
Libstock prefers package manager

Package Manager

We strongly encourage users to use Package manager for sharing their code on Libstock website, because it boosts your efficiency and leaves the end user with no room for error. [more info]

< Back

16x12 G click


Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2017-09-12

Category: Graphics & LCD

Downloaded: 50 times

Not followed.

16x12 G click carries a 16x12 LED display and the IS31FL3733 matrix driver. The click is designed to run on either 3.3V or 5V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over I2C interface, and the following pins on the mikroBUS line: INT, RST, CS.

No Abuse Reported

Do you want to subscribe in order to receive notifications regarding "16x12 G click" changes.

Do you want to unsubscribe in order to stop receiving notifications regarding "16x12 G click" changes.

Do you want to report abuse regarding "16x12 G click".

  • Information
  • Comments (0)

Library Blog

Front/Back view

Front/Back view

Front and back view of the click board

View full image


PWM Click

PWM click is a simple solution for controlling 16 PWM outputs through a single I2C interface. The click board carries the PCA9685PW IC. It is designed to use either a 3.3V or 5V power supply. The board also uses a LOW Output Enable Input pin (OE), which is in place of the default mikroBUS RST pin.

[Learn More]

GSM/GNSS click

GSM/GNSS click combines GPS/GLONASS location tracking with GSM module capability for mobile communication. The click features Quectel’s MC60 quad-band module. GSM/GNSS click runs on either 3.3V or 5V power supply and communicates with the target MCU over UART interface, and the following mikroBUS pins: AN, RST, PWM, INT.

[Learn More]

USB I2C click

This example code demonstrates how USB I2C click can be used to control slave microcontroller via I2C. USB I2C click carries Microchip's MCP2221 chip. Click is designed to be supplied with 3.3V or 5V.

[Learn More]