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Waspmote - Wireless Sensor Networks 802.15.4 ZigBee Mote

Waspmote - Wireless Sensor Networks 802.15.4 ZigBee Mote
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!) Industrial Protocolos: RS-232, RS-485, Modbus, CAN Bus, 4-20mA

NINJA SPHERE: Next Generation Control of Your Environment by Ninja Blocks Your Ninja Sphere learns about you, and your environment. It uses data from sensors and actuators to build a model that can inform you if something is out of place. It can monitor temperature, lighting, energy usage, you and your pets' presence, and anything else you connect to your sphere. By using data from your devices, environment, and location your sphere is able to advise you intelligently and give you control only when you need it. We already support a huge array of devices, but because our approach is open source, almost anybody can write and share a driver to connect a device to your sphere. This essentially future proofs your Ninja Sphere, giving you peace of mind that as new devices come onto the market, your Ninja Sphere can support them. The Spheramid is the gateway that enables the Ninja Sphere. WiFi - Any IP things like smart lightbulbs, IP cameras, smart TVs - anything that connects to your wireless or wired network. USB - The Spheramid is a whole (tiny) computer.

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

Flyport | openPicus | Internet on Things Why FlyportPRO SoM? A system-on-module is the best solution for those customers looking for flexibility and for development time and risk reduction. FlyportPRO is already installed in tens of thousands of professional devices around the world and you can rely on our professional support during development. How to create your next IoT/M2M product? Easy, just designing a simple carrier board for it you get three different products. Embedded development made easy We provide you a powerful IDE, for free. Connectivity features Web server, HTTP server (only on Wi-Fi/GPRS versions) HTTP Client FTP Client SMTP, SNTP FOTA firmware upgrade over the air (only on Wi-Fi/GPRS versions) SSL/TLS security FlyportPRO pinout 60 pins are available for your application.

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". 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.] With a computer in your circuit, turning the light on at a certain temperature is easy. [Diagram showing a resistor and LED wired to the popular Arduino UNO.] - community supported open hardware computers for making 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

Contiki: The Open Source Operating System for the Internet of Things MOSFET MOSFET showing gate (G), body (B), source (S) and drain (D) terminals. The gate is separated from the body by an insulating layer (white) Two power MOSFETs in the surface-mount package D2PAK. A cross section through an nMOSFET when the gate voltage VGS is below the threshold for making a conductive channel; there is little or no conduction between the terminals drain and source; the switch is off. Simulation result for formation of inversion channel (electron density) and attainment of threshold voltage (IV) in a nanowire MOSFET. The 'metal' in the name MOSFET is now often a misnomer because the previously metal gate material is now often a layer of polysilicon (polycrystalline silicon). Likewise, the 'oxide' in the name can be a misnomer, as different dielectric materials are used with the aim of obtaining strong channels with smaller applied voltages. An insulated-gate field-effect transistor or IGFET is a related term almost synonymous with MOSFET. Composition[edit] [edit] where with

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