Our first release of KM-Ware EVB01 IoT device, consisted of 2 boards: main (radio) module and sensor tag module, for building IoT projects

  • Our first release of KM-Ware EVB01 IoT device, consisted of 2 boards: main (radio) module and sensor tag module, for building IoT projects

  • Our first release of KM-Ware EVB01 IoT device, consisted of 2 boards: main (radio) module and sensor tag module, for building IoT projects:

    The main module is based on the SoC TI CC1350, which supports communication at 2.4GHz (Bluetooth 4 LE), 315/433MHz and 868/915MHz and do not require licensing. Antennas could be connected through micro connectors, which allows you to choose the most effective version of the antenna. Used to organize a point-to-point link, a star topology, or build a mesh network for transmitting information from sensors, control commands, and so on.

    The sensor module expands the functionality of the main module and contains:
    • TMP007 infrared temperature sensor  [i]
    • SPH644 noise sensor
    • OPT3002 light level [i]
    • HDC1080 humidity
    • BMP280 atmospheric pressure
    • MPU9250 accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer [i]
    • CCS811B level sensor for CO and volatile organic compounds [i]
    • PYD5790 motion sensor [i]
    • IGBT driver for controlling an external device
    • Power management unit from several sources (mains adapter, solar battery, lithium battery)
    • Option to connect additional sensors via the I2C bus

     

    A larger number of sensors can work in asynchronous mode and introduce the main module from the standby mode.

    [i] - can trigger an interrupt on threshold values

     

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