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FireAnt is the first third-party development board for the Efinix Trion product family. It provides an easy-to-use development platform for FPGA makers and hobbyists. Powered by the Efinix Trion T8, FireAnt is ready to use with just a PC and no extra components required. The breadboard- friendly design allows for fast application deployment with sensors, peripherals, or other interfaces. It’s the perfect solution for manufacturers to prototype their projects or digital design students to learn FPGA development using the new Efinix platform quickly. The power/performance/size advantages of the Trion T8 FPGA also make it ideal for edge IoT applications. Features and Specifications * Efinix Trion T8 FPGA * 7384 LE counts * 8 embedded multipliers * 1 low-power oscillator * 1 PLL * 122.88 kbit internal RAM * Package size: BGA-81 5x5 mm * Board dimensions: 51.4 x 18.3 mm * Supply voltage: VBUS 5 V | VCC 3.3 V * VCCIO: 3.3 V * Onboard 33.333 MHz crystal oscillator for PLL * GPIOs: 35 * LED: 6 (incl. 4 user-configurable LEDs) * Flash: 8 Mbit serial NOR Flash * Programming interface: * USB 2.0 Hi-Speed(480 Mb/s) * JTAG (with exposed pin in bottom layer via external JTAG programmer) * Development platform: Efinity Software
NiteFury Features * Giant FPGA: NiteFury features the largest Artix-series part that Xilinx makes. It has six times the processing power of PicoEVB. It uses the Xilinx A200T FPGA at just under 1000 GMAC/s. * On-board RAM: The faster you process with an Artix-7, the more you may need to store. The on-board DDR3, 512MB (256 Mb x 16) RAM keeps data within arms reach and takes the burden off your computer. * Popular Form Factor: NiteFury fits in the M.2 M key slot, which is popular in laptops today. This slot features 4x PCIe for high bandwidth (2 GB/s). Why keep your FPGA on your desk when you can take it with you? * Affordable: Buying the Xilinx Artix-7 XC7A200T FPGA alone would generally cost around $250. By teaming up with another company, NiteFury gives you all that power with little additional cost (especially during the campaign). * Open Source: Because company is good to have, NiteFury is open source hardware. The board repository is at https://github.com/RHSResearchLLC/NiteFury. * Expandable: With twelve external I/O in total, four of which are selectable as either analog or digital, you aren’t just confined to interfacing via computer. The connectors used in the design are easy to find Pico-EZmates and a DF52. Using NiteFury NiteFury is designed for seriously fast PCIe design prototyping. But essentially, it’s an FPGA (with RAM) inside your computer. So anything you can do with an FPGA, you can do quickly with NiteFury. Just design for your need in Vivado. Some fun things you could do: * Encode or decode large amounts of data lightning-quick on the hardware level * Encryption co-processing for securing your data in an efficient and accessible way * Sensor data pre-processing using the I/O Manage external hardware via I/O Specifications * FPGA: Xilinx Artix XC7A200T-2FBG484E * GMAC/s: ~1000 * Logic cells: 215,360 * Slices: 33,650 * CLB flip-flops: 269,200 * DSP slices: 740 * RAM: DDR3, 512MB (256 Mb x 16) * Form Factor: M.2 (NGFF) 2280, keyed for M slot * Dimensions (without heatsink): 22 x 80 x 5.5 mm * Dimensions (with heatsink): 22 x 80 x 10 mm * Host Interface: PCIe 4x gen 2 (2 Gb/s) * Host Tools: Vivado * External I/O: via I/O connectors - 12 total, 4 selectable analog or digital - JTAG ready * External I/O via PCIe connector: 1 x 3.3 V digital I/O (LED), SMBus * User-controllable LEDs: 4 NiteFury is open source hardware: https://github.com/RHSResearchLLC/NiteFury
Features & Specifications Fomu fits entirely inside a standard USB Type-A slot, except for a small area that pokes out to give you access to four copper pads. There is one RGB LED that lights up the case and is fully user-controllable. The main chip is an FPGA with about 5000 LUTs, enough for a CPU with some room left over. * FPGA: Lattice ICE40UP5K * Speed: 48 MHz external oscillator * RAM: 128 kB RAM for a soft CPU¹ * Storage: 1 MB SPI flash² * Connectivity: USB 2.0 FS (12 Mbps) * Buttons: Four³ * LEDs: One RGB
Features & Specifications * Lattice iCE40UP5k FPGA * 5280 logic cells (4-LUT + Carry + FF) * 120 Kbit dual-port block RAM * 1 Mbit (128 KByte) single-port RAM * PLL, 2 x SPI, 2 x I2C hard IPs * Two internal oscillators (10 kHz and 48 MHz) for simple designs * Eight DSP multiplier blocks for signal processing such as audio synthesis and even software defined radio * Low power consumption ideal for battery-powered applications * Three 24 mA drive and 3 x hard IP PWM (can drive RGB LEDs and small motors) * Plentiful, fast storage * 128 Mbit (16 MB) quad SPI double data rate (QSPI-DDR) flash * Example: can stream video to LED matrix * Lots of I/O * Three pins (header) for RGB LED * Two on-board LEDs * One UART, RX pin and TX pin accessible via virtual (USB) serial port * One pushbutton * Two available Pmod connectors (16 x pins total) * One breakaway Pmod (8 x pins) * Pre-wired, breakaway Pmod module * Input and output user accessible and usable in your own hardware design * Five LEDs in a star pattern * * Three push buttons * Capable enough to host CPU softcores * [picorv32](https://github.com/cliffordwolf/picorv32/) * [picosoc](https://github.com/cliffordwolf/picorv32/tree/master/picosoc) * [RISC-V](https://riscv.org/) and others * On-board FPGA programmer and USB-to-serial adapter * Compatible with IceStorm iceprog tool * Easy, driverless connection as a serial device to host computer * USB high speed * On-board [FT2232 USB chip](https://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/DataSheets/ICs/DS_FT2232H.pdf) * Up to 480 Mbit/s interface to host computer
* Processor: Microchip SAMA5D2 ARM® * Cortex®-A5 Processor 500 MHz * Memory: 128 MB DDR2 RAM * Storage: microSD card * Sensing: 6 x 12-bit ADC with 3.3 V * reference and external trigger * Actuation: 4 x 16-bit PWM with external trigger * Connectivity: 1 x I²C, 1 x SPI, 1 x UART, more with Flexcom * Power: via USB, with support for LiPo batteries * Operating System: mainline Linux kernel
Blip is a development board for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and 802.15.4 based wireless applications, based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 SoC. It has a Black Magic Probe compatible programmer and debugger built in, along with temperature/humidity sensor, ambient light intensity sensor, and a 3-axis accelerometer. It can be used to prototype very low power devices. It also has provision for an SD card slot, which makes it a complete and versatile development board. Features * Raytac MDBT50Q-1M module based on Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF52840 * LIS2DDH12 High-performance 3-axis “femto” accelerometer * Optical Sensor LTR-329ALS-01 * Si7006-A20 I2C humidity and temperature sensor * On board STM32F103CBT6 as Black magic probe debugger * NFC Antenna * MicroSD slot * Power Supply: USB, JST connector for Li-ion/Li-po * BQ24079 battery charging and power management IC
Effortlessly deploy your IoT applications in remote areas without being limited by the range of Wi-Fi networks. The Omega2 LTE is the latest addition to the Omega2 family of Linux IoT computers, adding built-in high-speed 4G LTE cellular data connectivity and GNSS global positioning. Smaller than a credit card, the Omega2 LTE is an all-inclusive, standalone computing device for developing cellular IoT applications. Just add a Nano-SIM card with a data plan, LTE antennas, and power it all up via USB or battery. The Linux network stack makes the switch between Wi-Fi and cellular data seamless to user applications. Take your existing NodeJS or Python IoT project outside the building with minimal effort! Or, use it as a fully-customizable cellular gateway for other Wi-Fi devices, deployed remotely or on the go. Features & Specifications * Based on the Omega2S+ IoT computer module * Processor: 580 MHz MIPS CPU * Memory: 128 MB RAM * Storage: 32 MB * Expandable up to 2 TB with MicroSD card * Connectivity: 2.4 GHz b/g/n Wi-Fi * Operating System: OpenWrt 18.06 Linux, kernel 4.14 * Antenna: * Wi-Fi: On-board 2 dBi direction chip antenna & U.FL connector for external antenna * 4G LTE: U.FL connectors for main and diversity antennas * GNSS: U.FL connector for GNSS antenna * SIM Support: Nano-SIM slot for cellular data * Battery Support: LiPo battery management and JST-PH battery connector * Dimensions: 80 x 50 mm
TinyPICO is the world’s smallest, fully-featured ESP32 development board, designed to give you access to the power of the ESP32’s dual core 240 MHz processor and internet connectivity, all in a package smaller than your thumb! Features & Specifications * Processing: * 32-bit dual-core processor operating at 240 MHz * 4 MB SPI flash * 4 MB extra PSRAM * Wireless: * 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi - 802.11b/g/n * Bluetooth BLE 4.2 * 3D antenna * Power: * 700 mA 3.3 V LDO regulator * Optimised power path for low-power battery usage * LiPo battery management * Battery pads on the bottom support both JST PH & MicroBlade connectors (included unassembled with every TinyPICO) * Power (red) & charge (orange) LEDs * Form-factor: * Breadboard-friendly * Oh, it’s tiny! Just 18 mm x 32 mm * Connectivity: * 14x GPIO broken out to standard pitch headers * USB + serial/UART for programming * APA102 RGB LED * Control: * MicroPython pre-installed * Supports Arduino IDE * Supports Espressif IDF * Lots of example code and libraries
Key Features * Single chip integrated LoRaWAN™ solution * Works with Mbed IDE (select NUCLEO_L073RZ target) or any STM32 / Arm Cortex compatible IDE * STM32L073 microcontroller with 192 kB of program space * Breadboard friendly * Open source hardware and example code Specifications * Dimensions: 60 mm x 20 mm * Receiver Sensitivity: down to -146 dBm * TX Power: adjustable up to +20 dBm * Range: up to 15 km coverage in suburban and up to 5 km coverage in urban areas
Features & Specifications * Open source hardware * XBee form-factor compatible (3.3 V levels, UART, SPI and GPIOs broken out to headers) * Based on popular ESP32 SoC * Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) * Bluetooth (Classic and BLE) * Programmable with many tools, including Arduino IDE * OTA (Over-the-Air) flashing capable * Dual Core processor up to 240 MHz * Integrated 16 MB flash * Sleep current is less than 5 μA * Fully certified with integrated antenna and software stacks * One programmable LED
Redd is equipped with the most common interfaces for embedded device programming: * USB 2.0 x2 * Low Current Relay x6 * switched SD card * switched SPI flash * I/O controlled FPGA with Voltage * Regulator Selection x8 (universal I / O port) * Differential output - LVDS controlled FPGA x4 (clk + 3 data) * USB OTG x2 (2 different technologies) * SPI x2 * I2C x2 * UART x4
Features & Specifications * CPU: Tensilica L106 32-bit processor (ESP8266) * Connectivity: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n * Build-in sensor: temperature and humidity (AM2302/DHT22) * Peripherals: Mini OLED display, terminal block DS18B20 waterproof temperature sensor, UART pins, button, three slots for I2C sensors * Compatibility: Arduino IDE, PlatformIO, Home Assistant, MQTT, and any modern web browser * Certification: Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) BG000017 * Dimensions: 75 mm x 40 mm Sensors Out of the box, ANAVI Thermometer supports the following modules: * 0.96” OLED I2C display * DS18B20 waterproof temperature sensor * BH1750 I2Csensor for light * BMP180 I2Csensor for temperature and barometric pressure * APDS-9960 I2C sensor for RGB color and gesture detection
An Ideal IoT Computer Since we first launched the original Omega in 2015, and later the Omega2, we’ve shipped tens of thousands of boards and listened carefully to the feedback from our users. The result is the Omega2 Pro, the latest iteration on our vision for an ideal IoT computer: * Efficient: Power efficient but has computing horse-power * Connected: Wi-Fi connectivity out of the box * Versatile: Linux-based with lots of hardware expansions * Compact: Easily embeddable form-factor * Portable: Built-in LiPo battery management * Scalable: Perfect for prototypes and production Features & Specifications * Processor: 580 MHz MIPS CPU * Memory: 512 MB (128 MB RAM and 384 MB flash swap file) * Storage: 8 GB * Connectivity: 2.4 GHz b/g/n Wi-Fi * Operating System: OpenWrt 18.06 Linux * Battery Support: LiPo battery management & JST-PH battery connector * Antenna: 2 dBi directional chip antenna & U.FL connector for external antenna * Dimensions: 73 mm x 44 mm
HestiaPi Touch is a completely open source smart thermostat for your home. With it, you can monitor your home’s temperature, relative humidity, and atmospheric pressure. You can also control your heating, ventilation, air conditioning, hot water, and more from anywhere you have an Internet connection. You can do all this securely and with confidence your private data stays private. HestiaPi Touch is compatible with many devices and home automation systems and can serve as a central point of control that ties them all together in your home. Features & Specifications * Integrated Raspberry Pi Zero W* * Processor: Broadcom BCM2835 single-core CPU running @ 1 GHz * Memory: 512 MB RAM * Storage: includes 16 GB microSD card with latest software * Wireless Connectivity * 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN * Bluetooth 4.1 Low Energy (BLE) * Touch Display * 3.5” LCD resistive, single-point touch screen * Snaps onto Raspberry Pi GPIO header * Temperature, Humidity, Pressure Sensing * Integrated Bosch BME280 I²C * Temperature: -40-80°C, ±0.5°C * Relative humidity: 0-100%, ±3% * Atmospheric pressure: 300-1100 hPa, ±1.0 hPa * Solid State Electrical Relays * Four relays with normally open contacts * Relays are for AC loads only (as standard for all HVAC systems), no DC loads * Each relay rated for 2 A, 110-250 V AC * Power * Connects to mains power or common (C) wire * Consumes less than 3 W (< $5 per year) * Open Source Software * Pre-installed with openHAB 2 * Mobile apps for Android, iOS, and Windows * Fully MQTT compatible * Can work with Google Home and Amazon Alexa * Enclosure * 3D-printed * Choice of colors * Dimensions * 12 cm x 13.5 cm x 3.8 cm * 200 grams (EU), 225 grams (US) * Compatibility * Supports most US systems with five wires: C, R, W, Y, G (Common, Red, White, Yellow, Green) * Supports most 100-220 V AC mains-powered EU systems * Fahrenheit (°F) and Celsius (°C) supported
Features & Specifications: * IC: MicroChip ATM90E32 * Connectivity * SPI Interface to connect to any Arduino compatible MCU * Two IRQ interrupts, and one Warning output * Energy pulse output (pulses correspond to four LEDs) * Zero crossing output * Real Time Data Sampling * Two current channels * One voltage channel (expandable to two voltage) * Measurement Error: 1% when calibrated * Dynamic Range: 6000:1 * Gain Selection: Up to 4x * Voltage Reference Drift Typical (ppm/°C): 6 * ADC Resolution (bits): 16 * Calculates * Active Power * Reactive Power * Apparent Power * Power Factor * Frequency * Temperature * Other Features * Can use more than one at a time to measure as many circuits as you want, including solar power generation * Uses standard current transformer clamps to sample current * Includes built-in 500mA 3v3 buck converter to power MCU board * Compact size at only 40 mm x50 mm
The definitive open-source device for tracking everything you love. Polar is an all inclusive tracking device to support whatever project you’re thinking of. Its versatility makes it a perfect companion for projects like: * Fleet management systems with remote diagnostics * Carsharing/Bikesharing with telemetry data monitoring and recording * Smart lock system * Device tracking for theft recovery (PC, luggages, etc.) * Pet finder * Anything that can get lost! Features * GPS/GNSS, LTE, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity * MicroSD card slot * CAN bus * Internal rechargeable battery * OBDII connector * 5-28V supply * Integrated accelerometer to enable deep sleep * Traccar compatibility
* CPU PIC18F K42 * MAC address ETHERNET unique * AC / DC IN 24VDC * 8 DI, 8 DO (relay) * 1 MikroBus Socket * 1 USB / USART (Terminal) * 1 USART for LCD connection nextion for example or other * 1 ICD port for CPU programming * 1 Port 1x I2C + SPI for an extension * Buzzer * open source code XC8
Technical Specifications * Sensor Board: * Flexible circuit board to conform to the shape of your head and headgear * 650 nm 20 mA Red LED * 950 nm 20 mA IR LED * OPT101 monolithic photodiode * Connected to receiver by Molex connectors/wire * Controller Board: * ESP32-based control with either * Adafruit Huzzah32 (16 MB flash but less I/O) * or WeMos Lolin32 V1.0.0 (4 MB flash but more I/O) * ADS1115 16-bit 860 sps ADC * I/O breakouts for a maximum of: * 32 Inputs / Outputs * 26x digital pins (3.3 V) - all PWM capable (two occupied by LEDs) * 18x analog pin * 3x UART * 3x SPI * 2x I2S * 2x DAC * 2x I2C (1 occupied by the ADS1115) 1x 5 V output * ESP32: * ESP-WROOM-32 from Espressif * Up to 240 MHz dual-core microprocessor * 4-16 MB SPI flash memory * Sleep mode consumption: 5 μA * Connectivity: * Wi-Fi: 802.11 b / g / n * Security: WEP, WPA / WPA2 PSK / Enterprise * Maximum power for data transfer: 19.5 dBm @ 802.11b, 16.5 dBm @ 802.11g, 15.5 dBm @ 802.11n * Sensitivity max. reception: -97 dBm * Bluetooth 4.0 Classic / Low-energy (BLE) * Integrated cryptographic chip supporting AES / SHA2 / Elliptical Curve Cryptography / RSA-4096 algorithms
Features & Specifications * Precise and highly configurable sensor hardware * Can be configured to use up to 32 electrodes. * Measures at 160,000 samples per second. * Each impedance measure is made using differential referencing and 16-bit resolution. * Includes automatic temperature calibration to ensure impedance accuracy. * Includes an accelerometer for motion mitigation. * Built for safety and ease-of-use * DC power removal filters meet IEC60601-1 safety specifications. * Compatible with a 3.5 V, 850 mAh battery (not included) for improved portability. On-board circuitry allows charging via the supplied USB cable. Up to 12 hours of battery life, depending on the specific use case. * Support for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to accommodate wireless data transmission. * Flexible open source software * Easy to install software supports time series impedance measurements, bio-impedance spectroscopy, and electrical impedance tomography, between 80 Hz and 80 kHz, with up to 32 electrodes. * Supports three different types of tomographic reconstruction: Graz Consensus, Gauss-Newton Method, and Back Projection. All three can be run in realtime and can be configured with any number of electrodes (e.g., 8, 16, or 32). * You can record for analysis offline, and run in real-time. * Hardware includes Serial Wire Debug (SWD) programmers for easy firmware re-programming. * Portable design * Tiny, portable PCB measures approximately 2” by 2” and comes with a plastic enclosure. * Comes with a small, cylindrical ‘phantom’ tank (140 mm diameter, 60 mm height). * Comes with a flexible electrodes for imaging things that don’t fit in the phantom.
* Compatible with any single cell lithium polymer (LiPo) battery (including our range of PiJuice batteries!) * A full uninterrupted power supply solution for the Raspberry Pi Zero * Integrated real-time clock * Onboard intelligent on/off switch * Low power deep-sleep state with wake on interrupt/calendar event * 2 x programmable multi-coloured RGB LEDs * Our revolutionary PiAnywhere technology - the best way to take your Pi off the grid! * Full power management API available to Raspberry Pi OS with auto shutdown capability when running low on batteries * Raspberry Pi pHAT layout - designed to exactly fit the Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W. For use with Raspberry Pi A+, B+, 2B, 3B, 3B+, 4B - we recommend an additional stacking header for best operation, or better yet - just use PiJuice HAT module. * Low profile design (10 g and 65 x 30 x 8 mm total dimensions), to fit inside the smallest of projects and possibly even inside some existing cases! * Bring your own battery - this pHAT does not come with a battery. However, we offer a selection of batteries. When paired with our mating cable (one is provided with PiJuice Zero, additional are available separately) it is easy to use any battery with your PiJuice with simple crimp connectors. * Fully CE and FCC tested, just like the original PiJuice HAT to enable use in educational and industrial settings
HackEEG is an Open Source Arduino Due shield for the TI ADS1299 EEG system-on-a-chip. Neuroscience researchers, graduate students, and hackers interested in neuroscience and biological systems can use HackEEG to read EEG, EMG, EKG, and other biologically-based electrical signals. The board and chip have very low-noise, and are sensitive enough to read signals in microvolts. HackEEG’s previous iterations have been in limited short-run production for four years, and are being used successfully in major research institutions and pharmaceutical companies around the world. The board has been through many iterations and I’m excited to release this latest version of HackEEG, suitable for general purpose use, to the general public. * Analog-Digital Converter (ADC): TI ADS1299 EEG system-on-a-chip * Programmable Gain Amplifier: on chip 1-24x * Up to 4 shields can be stacked on one Arduino Due, for a total of 32 EEG channels * DMA drivers can read 8 channels of ADC data at up to 8,000 samples per second with 24 bit resolution * Single-ended or differential input * USB 2.0 HS (480 Mbps) connectivity when using Arduino Due * EEG data can be streamed over the Internet via a phone or laptop connected via USB * SPI EEPROM for storing configuration data * Jumpers for configuring most of the data and control lines to the Arduino * Also compatible with the Arduino Mega 2560 (voltage-level shifters included on board) * Programmed using the Arduino IDE * Connector boards with DIN 42-802 medical electrode connectors or screw terminals available. Or make your own.
ANAVI Gas Detector ANAVI Gas Detector is an ESP8266-powered, open source, Wi-Fi dev board for monitoring air quality and detecting dangerous gases. It supports popular analog MQ gas sensor modules such as MQ-135, MQ-2, MQ-3, etc. Furthermore, it comes with slots for mini OLED display and up to three additional I2C sensor modules. All these features make ANAVI Gas Detector appropriate for developers, makers, students and open source enthusiasts interested in home automation. ANAVI Gas Detector is fully compliant with Arduino IDE, PlatformIO, the popular open source home automation software, Home Assistant via the lightweight messaging protocol MQTT and ThingSpeak, the open IoT platform with MATLAB analytics. With ANAVI Gas Detector it is easy for developers to focus on the software by easily building and flashing their own versions of the source code. Tech savvy users can easily integrate ANAVI Gas Detector in their existing open source home automation platforms. ANAVI Gas Detector is an entirely open source project that combines open source hardware with free and open source software. KiCAD and OpenSCAD were used to design ANAVI Gas Detector. Source code and schematics are available at GitHub. All units will be manufactured in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Getting started with ANAVI Gas Detector is easy. No soldering is required. Comprehensive user’s manual with exact steps for using ANAVI Gas Detector will be provided. Features * Tensilica L106 32-bit processor (ESP8266) * Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n * Dedicated slot for MQ gas sensor modules (MQ-135, MQ-2, MQ-3, etc.) * 4 I2C slots for mini OLED display and sensor modules for temperature, humidity, light and barometric pressure * UART pins for flashing custom firmware and debugging * Dimensions: 75 mm x 40 mm
The easySwitchBox does one simple thing – it sends on\off signals to any relay, actuator, or other project. It can be used to trigger any event wirelessly and from a distance (even up to a couple kilometers using LoRa®). It’s easy to program using the Arduino IDE, and communication is secured by an authentication chip. The easySwitchBox not only makes your project more effective, it also looks more professional. Features & Specifications * IDE Control: Fully compatible with the Arduino IDE * Enumerates as an Arduino Pro Mini @ 8 MHz * Compatible with all RFM 69 \ 95 compatible open source libraries available * Radio Transceivers: Three transceiver options are available * HopeRF RFM95 LoRa® 433/868/915 MHz (long-range version) * HopeRF RFM69-HCW 433/868/915 MHz (mid-range version) * HopeRF RFM69-CW 433/868/915 MHz (low power consumption version) * Security: On-board Atmel/Microchip ATSHA204A crypto-authentication chip * Provides secured handshakes * Antennas: Tuned PCB antenna options that are soldered to the main board * 915 MHz - United States, Canada, Australia * 868 MHz - Europe * 433 MHz - Europe * Interface: Long-run soft-touch buttons similar to high-quality home switches * Each button has a built-in LED for message delivery confirmation * Power: Utilizes two CR2032 coin cell batteries * On-board coin cell holders * Reverse polarity protection * High-efficiency power converter * Batteries can last as long as two years with daily use * Mounting: Two options are provided for mounting * Pre-applied adhesive tape on the back * Screws through holes in the back plate * Open Source Hardware: For all your hacking desires
Boards Summary This is a summary of the boards that will be part of the QwiiKit campaign. The boards are: * NFCPROM * Arduino Multi Adapter * Feather Wing Adapter * ItsyBitsy Backpack * Trinket Backpack * mikroBUS Click Adapter * SAO Adapter
The Robotics Masters Robo HAT MM1 is an open source robotics controller board for Raspberry Pi. It is education focused but works in many applications. The Robo HAT provides all the hardware you need in one simple, easy-to-use form factor. It removes the initial barriers to starting any robotics project. With support for Adafruit CircuitPython, Arduino IDE, and other libraries the Robo HAT is able to act as a single solution for all projects great and small. The Robo HAT MM1 removes the need for buying lots of individual components by including them on the board. It can act as a PWM driver, provide on-board power through voltage regulators, and measure movement with the on-board IMU - all at the same time. The wide compatibility with many open source software platforms such as CircuitPython, SeeSaw, and Arduino IDE means you can use all existing software for sensors while creating your project in the way that works best for you. The hardware schematics and software are fully open source. Designed for automation: * Multiple power sources for stable and reliable power * E-Stop connection for emergency shutdown * Power-on switch for the 5V main power on the board * Power monitoring, movement sensing (IMU) and control. * 16-Bit PWM output (configurable up to 24-Bit) Drone compatibility features: * Selectable SPI Master between Raspberry Pi and M0 * Standard connectors for drone sensors * Selectable I²C internal and external buses for extra sensors * Stable on-board power supply for Raspberry Pi boards (5.1V @ 2.5A) Multi-functional Micro USB Connector: * USB connection for uploading new firmware * USB to serial port access * USB Storage access for CircuitPython * USB doubles as charging for backup LiPO Battery (at same time) Features & Specifications * Processor: 120 MHz SAM D51G19A* * Memory: 32 KB SRAM * Storage: 256 KB internal programmable flash + additional 8 MB SPI flash * Multi-product Compatibility * Jetson Nano * Raspberry Pi: all models with 40 pin header * Model B+, 2B, 2B+, 3B and 3B+ * Model A+ and 3A+ * Zero and Zero W * Raspberry Pi Interfacing * Two (2) GPIO directly to Raspberry Pi (SW programming) * Two (2) GPIO directly to Raspberry Pi (UART-serial console) * I²C or SPI to Raspberry Pi * EEPROM recognition * Programmable I/O: All are re-programmable to match a supported special function * Eight (8) x 16-bit servo output (programmable up to 24-bit) * Four (4) x 16-bit RC controller input * Two (2) x Serial console pass through * One (1) x NeoPixel output * Nine (9) x GPIO pins through SPI / GPS ports * Sensor Interfacing: Also re- programmable as general IO pins * Dronecode Compatible Connectors * SPI * GPS * USART * I²C * Triple-redundant Power Supply Support * Feedback through servo power rail (e.g., from ESC) * 5 V from on-board regulator powered through main battery * 5 V from on-board regulator power through backup LiPo battery + charger via USB * Built-in Protection * USB Port is protected from voltage spikes * All power rails are protected by reverse voltage protection circuits. * 5 V regulator is able to power Raspberry Pi * Sensors * INA219 current sensor * MPU9250 9DoF high-precision IMU * Add-on boards through I²C and SPI (such as pressure sensor, secondary IMU, etc) * Physical Dimensions * Standard HAT format * Length: 65 mm * Depth: 56.5 mm * Height: 30 mm
Programmable-Air is a hardware toolkit that allows you to inflate and deflate objects. It has everything you need to start playing with pneumatics and inflatables including high pressure and vacuum pumps, valves, and a pressure sensor on board. Pneumatics opens up a world of possibilities for a maker to explore: * Make a vacuum pick and place machine * Blow up a balloon and have it’s size represent data * Make a soft robot walk * Use a syringe as a linear actuator Features & Specifications * Based on Arduino Nano (ATMega328P), so works by default with most Arduino libraries * Ready to go right out of the box, no need to purchase additional power supplies/cables/pumps/tubes/valves. * Pneumatics - full channel control, i.e. high pressure through atmospheric pressure to vacuum output in the same tube. * Max pressure: 0.5 atmosphere (7.5 PSI / 50 kPa) * Min Pressure: -0.5 atmosphere (-7.5 PSI / -50 kPa) * Flow rate: 2 liters per minute (per motor) * Power - 12 V, 1.2 A from a barrel jack * Grove I²C connector to easily add sensors (not pictured, but added in v0.6) * Expandable for adding valves/sensors * Open source all the way! * Open source hardware certification #US000159. * GitHub * Built for learning * Guides and tutorials available. With more forthcoming. * The color-coded buttons on the board are meant for easy identification when following tutorials.
24/7 Power for your remote projects makerPower Solar is a combination intelligent solar battery charger and power supply for low- to medium-power devices freeing them from the outlet. It is designed to provide 24/7 power for a wide range of embedded systems and IoT gadgets. Features & Specifications * 12 V Operation * Uses commonly available and inexpensive 25-35 W 12 V solar panels and 7-18 Ah sealed AGM lead-acid batteries (UPS batteries). * Lead-acid batteries are ideal for outdoor solar applications because they are lower cost that other battery technologies, operate over a wider temperature range and are safe. * 35 W Maximum Power-Point Charging * Implements a MPPT algorithm to operate the solar panel at the point of maximum power generation to extract every bit of energy the panel is capable of producing. More efficient that PWM-style chargers and much more efficient than just attaching the panel to the battery. * Three-state charger for fast and safe battery charging (BULK, ABSORPTION, FLOAT). * Charge Temperature Compensation * Temperature sensor monitors battery temperature and adjusts charge parameters to optimally charge the battery while protecting it from life-shortening overcharge conditions. * 10 W 5 V Power Supply * Available from USB Type A socket for plug&play with many devices or from a 0.1” header for direct connection. * Capable of powering a Linux SBC and long-distance radio like a cellular modem or SatComm module. * Low Battery Shutdown and Restart * Five-volt output disabled when the battery is almost discharged with automatic restart when the battery is recharged. * Alert signal available to provide warning of impending power-off for controlled shutdown. Use it to protect the filesystem in Raspberry Pi applications. * Digital Interface * I²C interface provides full access to charger measurements, state and configuration values. * Status signals allow direct control for simple systems. * Night-Only Mode * Automatically enable the system only at night. * Watchdog * Ensure system reliability by power cycling when the attached system crashes or hangs.
Features * Open hardware: the design, firmware and all tools are under BSD license * Live display: shows you exactly what it’s doing all the time * Fast transfer: sustained I²C transfers at 400 and 100 kHz * USB power monitoring: USB line voltage monitor to detect supply problems, to 0.01 V * Target power monitoring: target device high-side current measurement, to 5 mA * I²C pullups: programmable I²C pullup resistors, with automatic tuning * Three I²C ports: three identical I²C ports, each with power and I²C signals * Jumpers: color coded jumpers included in each pledge level * 3.3 output: output levels are 3.3 V, all are 5 V tolerant * Supports all I²C features: 7- and 10-bit I²C addressing, clock stretching, bus arbitration * Sturdy componentry: uses an FTDI USB serial adapter, and Silicon Labs automotive-grade EFM8 controller * Usage reporting: reports uptime, temperature, and running CRC of all traffic * Flexible control: GUI, command-line, C/C++, and Python 2/3 host software provided for Windows, Mac, and Linux Specifications * Maximum power out current: up to 470 mA * Device current: up to 25 mA * Dimensions: 61 mm x 49 mm x 6 mm * Computer interface: USB 2.0, micro USB connector
What’s Inside? * 540MHz, 128MB RAM, 32MB Flash, Embedded Linux System * ATM90E36 power meter with Fourier analysis functions to measure voltage, current, THD, DFT, mean power, etc. * STM32 MCU for real time processing * 20W integrated power supply * Addressable RGB LED strip * RCM14 leakage current sensor * Strong 63A rated industrial contactors Technical Specifications * Input voltage 110/230VAC ± 10% single phase - 400VAC ± 10% 3 phase * Nominal frequency: 50Hz/60Hz * Class B - EN50470 metering * CAT III overvoltage protection * RCM 30mA AC / 6mA DC detection * WiFi / Ethernet / OCPP communication protocol * Responsive LED light Features * Easy to install * Cool and modern design * Combines all the intelligence in a compact space: 24 cm x 22 cm x 8 cm * Weight: ~2 Kg (with enclosure, without cable) * Working temperature: from -20° to 55° Celsius * IP57/IK08 protection Management System Get access to full control over the charging process: * Energy and efficiency monitor * Flexible setup for maximum customization * Time and schedule management * Domotic integration ready * Supports master/slave communication and integration * Supports MQTT and OCPP 1.6
Detailed Kit Component Listings * Tinusaur Board 3 LITE Kit: printed circuit board, ATtiny85 microcontroller (1 MHz / 8 MHz, 8 KB Flash, 512 bytes SRAM, 512 bytes EEPROM, six GPIO), DIP-8 socket, 2 x 4 female header, 2 x 5 female header, 2 x 5 shrouded male header, 10 kΩ resistor (1/8 W), 100 nF ceramic capacitor, 100 µF electrolytic capacitor, 2 x 2 male jumper header + cap, 1 x 2 male jumper header + cap, tactile button (two-pin), XH2.54-2P male connector * LEDx2 Shield Kit: printed circuit board, two 330 Ω resistors (1/8 W), green LED (3 mm), red LED (3 mm), 2 x 5 male header, 2 x 2 male header * OLED Kit: printed circuit board, 128 x 64 px OLED display module w/ SSD1306 controller, 1 x 4 female right angle connector, 2 x 4 male header, 2 x 5 male header, 8.2 kΩ resistor (1/8 W), 100 nF ceramic capacitor * LiPo Battery Kit: LiPo battery (3.7 V, 250 mAh), XH2.54 cable set, charger board w/ TP4056 Micro USB connector, cardboard separator, heatshrink tubing
Features & Specifications * USB Power Monitoring * Range: 0–500 mA (constant), 0-24 V * Resolution: 0.025 mA, 10 mV * Accuracy: ±1% current, ±1% voltage * VIN Power Monitoring * Range: 0–6 A (constant), max 8 A (spike), 0-24 V * Resolution: 0.25 mA, 10 mV * Accuracy: ±1% current, ±1% voltage * OLED Display * Display voltage and current for USB and/or VIN * Room for three to four digits * Display available for use by your application * I2C Interface * Configure shield * Query measurement values * Open Source (to be released when shipping begins) * firmware * hardware * documentation * Dimensions * Size: 69 mm x 18.2 mm x 18.5 mm * Weight: 10 grams * Power * USB connector: mini Type-B * Current draw: ~10 mA
Features & Specifications * Raspberry Pi Compatibility: * Raspberry Pi Compute Module 1 * Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 * Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite * Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ 8 GB / 16 GB / 32 GB eMMC flash * Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ Lite * Dimensions: * width x length: 90 mm x 40 mm * height: 23 mm (standard edition) / 15 mm (slim edition) * Video: * input: two 15-pin CSI-2 camera connectors * output: HDMI * Camera Support: * Raspberry Pi camera V1 (OV5647 sensor) * Raspberry Pi camera V2 (Sony IMX 219 sensor) * HDMI video capture module (single mode, on Toshiba TC358743XBG chip) * Connectivity: * GPIO: 40-pin classic Raspberry Pi header * USB: 2 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB pin header * Ethernet: RJ45 jack * Storage: * microSD card slot (accessed by Raspberry Pi CM3/3+ Lite) * Power: * 5 VDC input via two-pin header * manual power switch * Software: * firmware update via Micro USB connector * runs standard Raspbian * excellent Python support *tons of example code