DevDuino Sensor Node V3 (ATmega 328)

$37.70

Part Number:  SS-113990095
Brand:  Seeed Studio Australia

Introduction: devDuino Sensor Node V3 is a compact Arduino-compatible microcontroller and is designed to build wireless networks based on transceiver nRF24L01+. You can easily connect other sensors or actuators to this platform, to build your remote monitoring or controlling system Features: Built on Arduino-compatible architecture Clock frequency - 8MHz (may be reduced in order to reduce energy consumption by up to 1MHz) Built-in temperature sensor MCP9700 (-40...
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Introduction:

devDuino Sensor Node V3 is a compact Arduino-compatible microcontroller and is designed to build wireless networks based on transceiver nRF24L01+. You can easily connect other sensors or actuators to this platform, to build your remote monitoring or controlling system

Features:

  • Built on Arduino-compatible architecture
  • Clock frequency - 8MHz (may be reduced in order to reduce energy consumption by up to 1MHz)
  • Built-in temperature sensor MCP9700 (-40 ° C +125 ° C, accuracy of ± 2 ° C)
  • ISP programming interface (recommended)
  • Serial programming interface
  • Built-in button
  • Built-in LED red (showing charge supercapacitors)
  • Built-in LED green (user configurable)
  • 3 GROVE-compatible connector: I2C, Analog, Digital
  • Powered by 0.5W Solar Panel with connector JST 2.0 mm and Super capacitor (from 5 to 12 V)
  • Approximate life of 10 years (with the correct code optimization)
  • Possible to reduce the size of the board (31.4 x 57.3 mm)
  • Dimensions 55 х 70 mm

Package List:

  • DevDuino Sensor Node V3 – 1 pcs.
  • 0.5W Solar Panel – 1 pcs.
  • nRF24L01+ Module – 1 pcs. 

Documentation

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