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Learning Mikroe Clicker 2 - IoT Weather Station

In the third project of our Learning Mikroe Clicker 2 series, learn how to sense temperature, humidity, pressure and ambient light levels and display these in the Click Cloud online dashboard as you learn how to build an IoT weather station.

Parts list

Qty Product Part number
1 MikroElektronika Clicker 2 Add On Board MIKROE-1685 8829048
1 MikroElektronika Temp&Hum 8 Click I2C Development Board MIKROE-3263 1839646
1 MikroElektronika MIKROE-3444, Ambient 6 Click Light Sensor for VEML7700 1885517
1 Development Kit Pressure 4 Click for use with Drones, Indoor Flying Toys Navigation, Variometers, Weather Stations 1840892
1 MikroElektronika Go to Cloud (G2C) Click GPIO, UART Development Board MIKROE-3291 1840143
1 MikroElektronika MIKROE-1154 7916485


MikroElektronika (sometimes known by its abbreviation Mikroe) is a producer and retailer of hardware and software tools for developing embedded systems. Its best-known software products are mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal compilers for programming microcontrollers. Its flagship hardware product line is click boards™, a range of more than 850 add-on boards for interfacing microcontrollers with peripheral sensors or transceivers. These boards conform to mikroBUS™– a standard conceived by Mikroe


September 21, 2020 14:17

I would love to see a project on the clicker2STM32 using the SPEC no2 sensor or I'd love to speak to someone that could aid me do this. Love these projects

September 30, 2020 14:45

Hi @SamLewis, NO2 library is available in the Necto Studio, so you can easily change the code to work on Clicker 2 development board. In Necto Studio, install the NO2 library, change the board def files as we showed, load the correct clock settings and that's pretty much all you need to do to run it on the Clicker 2. Also worth mentioning is that the NO2 device manifest is available on the Click Cloud, so you can write pretty much the same code we wrote here, change the reference to match NO2 Click and you'll be able to monitor values of NO2 in the Click Cloud page.

September 22, 2020 08:11

Hi @SamLewis great to hear that you like the projects and what else you would like to see! I am sure @MikroE can provide you with some pointers on how to get started with the NO2 Click (184-0924).

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