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Waspmote - Wireless Sensor Networks 802.15.4 ZigBee Mote - Open Source Sensor Device

Waspmote - Wireless Sensor Networks 802.15.4 ZigBee Mote - Open Source Sensor Device
New Generation! More than 120 sensors available 16 radios technologies available Open Source SDK & API Features Ultra low power (7µA) 120+ sensors integrated on 10 Sensor Boards 16 radio technologies: Long range: 4G / 3G / GPRS / GPRS+GPS / LoRaWAN / LoRa / Sigfox / 868 MHz / 900 MHz Medium range: ZigBee / 802.15.4 / DigiMesh / WiFi Short range: RFID/NFC / Bluetooth 2.1 / BLE Over the Air Programming (OTA) Encryption libraries (AES, RSA, MD5, SHA, Hash) Certified encapsulated line (Plug & Sense!) Related:  IoT devicesmerxsolutions

Wireless Arduino-compatible miniatures The IoT platform GroveStreams is a new IoT platform in the cloud designed to interact with users and remote M2M networks. Some developers let us know their interest in integrating with GoroveStreams since it seems to be providing some nice capabilities such as: On-line graphs and data logsEvent handling and calendarsSMS alertsGUI widgets that can be inserted into custom web pagesRESTful API Lagarto-MAX is very adaptable to this kind of online services so we accepted the challenge to add compatibility for GroveStreams. This took us a few hours except for some minor issues that were rapidly solved thanks to the excellent support provided by the GroveStreams development team. GroveStreams introduces a new concept called "component template", which lets us format data streams in a common way. Integration with lagarto Figure 1 : GroveStreams Component view. single data stream per component Figure 2 : Upload event from lagarto-max Figure 3 : Trigger condition from lagarto-max

Internet of Everything | Internet of Things | IOT When smart things everywhere are connected together, we will be able to do more and be more. This is the Internet of Everything (IoE), a paradigm shift that marks a new era of opportunity for everyone, from consumers and businesses to cities and governments. IoE is changing our world, but its effect on daily life will be most profound. How will the IoE happen? As a leader, Qualcomm has an unmatched portfolio of visionary solutions that deliver the connectivity and communication needed to support the IoE opportunity industry-wide. AllJoyn™ is the universal open software connectivity and services framework that enables smart things to seamlessly connect across brands and operating systems. Qualcomm solutions deliver at the scale of global enterprise, with cellular and connectivity technologies that transform the way business is done and customers are served. Qualcomm AllPlay™, built on AllJoyn, brings the freedom of wireless audio to everyone.

SphereBot | Pleasant Hardware The SphereBot can plot images on spherical objects like table tennis balls, golf balls, eggs etc. It is inspired by the original EggBot by EvilMadScientist, but built from 2 old stepper motors and some steel rods (all cannibalized from old flatbed scanners), some MDF and plywood and a few 3d printed parts (printed with my MakerBot Cupcake). The electronics are simply an Arduino and two Polulu A4983 stepper motor drivers (on the bread board). The custom Arduino firmware directly interprets GCode sent over the serial port. So it’s no problem to print GCode from MakerBot Unicorn designs directly on the SphereBot. Thanks to the excellent Inkscape plugin from Marty McGuire, it’s easily possible to convert all kinds of vector drawings (eps, svg, etc) to printable GCode. The firmware is open source and can be found here: Arduino firmware: Mac OS X GCode sender application: [Update 04/09/2011] {filelink=3}

SEN0148 Digital Temperature & humidity sensor (With Stainless Steel Probe) - ABRA Electronics Inc. Loading... Please wait... Advanced Search | Search Tips Categories New Products Our Newsletter SEN0148 Digital Temperature & humidity sensor (With Stainless Steel Probe) Price: Brand: DFRobot Weight: Quantity: Product Description This is an anti-rust, robust and precise SHT1x sensor, which can master enterprise-class and industrial-level applications. It can be applied in various fields: telepoint base stations, electronic control cabinet, production site, storehouse, machine rooms, greenhouses, animal farming, medicine stock and etc. Metallic package enables it to deal with the very dusty or other severe circumstance. the wall-hanging style makes it easy to install. The metallic mesh covering the sensor adopts method of infiltering copper during sintering to enhance the temperature resistance, pressure resistance, and wearing resistance of it. The 2-wire serial interface and internal voltage regulation allows for easy and fast system integration. Specification: Connection Shipping List Currency Converter

LightBlue Cortado by Punch Through Design When all is said and done, we expect you to have your hands on your Bean by May 2014. This depends heavily on the quantities sold—we'll update this date at the end of our campaign. If you'd like to know more about our manufacturing and fulfillment process, keep reading! We want to be as transparent as possible without giving false expectations. Our current lead times are 12 to 14 weeks on production due to the procurement of parts. We are allotting 4 weeks to testing of the production units, 2 weeks to clearing customs and shipping to USA, and then another week of fulfillment in the US.

Qualcomm IPQ : les puces mobiles mènent à tout, même aux réseaux intelligents Le groupe Qualcomm conçoit des plates-formes mobiles pour smartphones et processeurs et domine largement le secteur avec sa famille SnapDragon mais son activité le conduit à explorer également des domaines annexes de la connectivité sans fil et des problématiques de réseau. Ayant racheté le spécialiste des composants WiFi Atheros (devenu Qualcomm Atheros), le groupe a acquis une expertise dans les composants sans fil mobiles mais aussi dans les questions plus générales de WiFi domestique et de gestion des flux dont il tente maintenant de trouver des débouchés. La plate-forme Smarthome voulue par Qualcomm repose sur une unité comprenant un processeur d'application dual core 1,3 GHz sous micro-architecture Krait (utilisée dans les familles SnapDragon) associé à un puce dual core 730 MHz Qualcomm Atheros de gestion de flux et pouvant agréger jusqu'à 5 Gbps de bande passante en combinant 4G LTE, WiFi 802.11ac, HomePlug, Ethernet...

Introduction to Microcontrollers - Beginnings Posted by Michael Silva on Aug 20 2013 under Tutorials | Microcontroller Welcome to this Introduction to Microcontroller Programming tutorial series. If you are looking to learn the basics of embedded programming for microcontrollers (and a bit of embedded hardware design as well), I hope these tutorials will help you along that journey. Quick Links Chapter 1: Introduction to Microcontrollers - Beginnings Chapter 2: Introduction to Microcontrollers - Further Beginnings Chapter 3: Introduction to Microcontrollers - Hello World Chapter 4: Introduction to Microcontrollers - More On GPIO Chapter 5: Introduction to Microcontrollers - Interrupts Chapter 6: Introduction to Microcontrollers - More On Interrupts Chapter 7: Introduction to Microcontrollers - Timers Chapter 8: Introduction to Microcontrollers - Adding Some Real-World Hardware Chapter 9: Introduction to Microcontrollers - More Timers and Displays Chapter 10: Introduction to Microcontrollers - Buttons and Bouncing Target Audience Caveat Lector

Tutorials | Flutter Wireless Primer #001: What's an Arduino Skill level: [Beginner] Arduino is an electronics prototyping platform, which is a fancy way of saying "Arduino makes it easy for regular people to build electronics". Specifically, Arduino makes it easy for people to build electronics that run simple computer programs (they don't *have* to be simple though, people build flying robots with this stuff). Lets say you have some project, where you want to flip a switch and have an LED turn on. The entire electrical circuit is just a battery pack wired to a switch, then a resistor, then the LED, then the wires go back to the battery. Flip that switch and the LED turns on! But what if you only want the LED to turn on when certain conditions are met? You need a temperature sensor, but where would you add it to the circuit? That can be tricky to do with just electronics, but it's easy to do with software, and that's where Arduino comes in. [Arduino code editor, showing an entire program for blinking an LED.]

Home Environmental Sensors: Ninja Sphere We’ve told you before about Ninja Blocks, a home automation system that couples wireless sensors with simple software to create rules for things like motion detection alerts and remotely switching lights on or off. Now the eponymous Australia-based startup behind Ninja Blocks is hard at work on the next evolution of the connected home: the Ninja Sphere. In addition to the environmental sensors of the Ninja Blocks system, the Ninja Sphere will be able to connect to just about any wireless device through WiFi, Bluetooth, or ZigBee (a wireless standard for low-power devices). That means your phone, webcam, and WiFi-enabled TV can all be part of your Ninja Sphere, along with any number of third-party home automation gadgets. The heart of the Ninja Sphere is the Spheramid base station. Where the possibilities really open up, though, is in the Ninja Sphere’s location tracking ability. Related: Home sensor systems - Ted Burnham

The Embedded Beat: Maker movement will fuel the innovations needed for IoT edge nodes Earlier this year, Tom Simonite published an article in MIT Technology Review titled “Wanted for the Internet of Things: Ant-Sized Computers” that included a review of our Kinetis KL02 chip. The article highlights its size: 1.9mm2 X 2mm2, which makes the KL02 is the smallest 32-bit MCU in the world. And thanks to ARM’s powerful M0+ core, it brings robust real-time embedded processing capabilities to enable what Dr. Prabal Dutta of the University of Michigan calls “smart dust.” After the article was published, I was bombarded with emails from a variety of individuals and what seemed to be very small start ups (lots of gmail addresses!). Thanks to ARM, one can now get access to the latest MCUs from their licensees such as Freescale, and all the tools you need to program the device, along with the development boards in form factors such as Freescale’s Freedom development platform or Arduino boards for less than $15 USD.

FM Bug Transmitter Mint Box - Theory The LC Oscillator Is A Tank Circuit It was discovered pretty early on in electronics that if you put an inductor and capacitor in parallel with each other, they will resonate at a specific frequency. Ideally charge flows back and forth between the 'top' and 'bottom' capacitor plates generating this resonant frequency (similar to how a pendulum swings back and forth). The LC Oscillator Formula If we plug in the values seen above, the oscillator should create the correlating frequency and in an ideal world that is what happens. An LC Oscillator Simulation Spice is usually the tool of choice when simulating any electronic circuits. The green probe looks at the voltage at that specific point over a period of time. If you look closely you can see the period is just about 10nS as expected. Now that we have a little more understanding of how the oscillator is made, how the audio signal is amplified and how the FM signal is created let's move forward and actually build this thing!

Grove - Moisture Sensor - Wiki This Moisture Sensor can be used to detect the moisture of soil or judge if there is water around the sensor, let the plants in your garden reach out for human help. They can be very easy to use, just insert it into the soil and then read it. With the help of this sensor, it will be realizable to make the plant remind you : hey, i am thirsty now, please give me some water. Note:This sensor isn't hardened against contamination or exposure of the control circuitry to water and may be prone to electrolytic corrosion across the probes, so it is not advisable to be left in place or used outdoors. Features Soil moisture sensor based on soil resistivity measurement Easy to use 2.0cmX6.0cm grove module Specification Specification Platforms Supported Arduino Raspberry Pi TI LaunchPad Application Ideas Botanical gardening Moisture sensoring Getting Started Grove - Help Following documents help in getting the user started with Grove. With Arduino The hardware installation as shown below: With TI LaunchPad

Bausatz AVR-NET-IO - Bausätze / Module - Bausätze - Produktbeschreibung Ethernet-Platine mit ATMega32 und Netzwerkcontroller ENC28J60. Die Platine verfügt über 8 digitale Ausgänge, 4 digitale und 4 ADC-Eingänge, welche alle über einen Netzwerkanschluss (TCP/IP) abgerufen bzw. geschaltet werden können. Mit dem mitgelieferten Windows-Beispielprogramm können alle 8 Ausgängegeschaltet sowie alle 8 Eingänge ausgewertet werden.Die Platine verfügt zudem über alle benötigten Komponenten, wieNetzwerkbuchse, Netzwerkcontroller und ISP-Schnittstelle um auch eigeneProjekte kostengünstig, schnell und einfach entwickeln und verwirklichenzu können. Technische Daten: Betriebsspannung 9 V~Stromaufnahme ca. 190 mA8 digitale Ausgänge (0/5 V)4 digitale Eingänge (0/5 V)4 ADC-Eingänge (10 Bit)Netzwerkcontroller ENC28J60ATMega32-ProzessorSystemanforderungen für Windows-Beispielprogramm: .NET-Framework 2.0, Netzwerkanschluss, Windows 98 oder höherMaße (LxBxH): 108x76x22 mm Zubehör: Temperatur-Sensor DS18S20