Ideal for prototyping or the foundation of a low to medium volume IoT product. The IoT Node reduces your development time and effort by including the core functionality and expansion capability to meet a wide range of IoT product needs.
- A stackable header enables the easy addition of features and functionality to meet your particular requirement.
- Any microcontroller or communication module can be used, providing flexibility and preventing obsolescence.
- You are free to use the communication type of your choice be it cellular, Wi-Fi, LoRaWAN or anything else.
- The IoT Node is not tied to any particular cloud service. You are free to choose any cloud provider.
- With mains, battery, or solar power options the IoT Node meets the power needs of most IoT applications.
- A real-time clock makes time scheduling and logging functionality possible by keeping track of time when the internet fails. You also have the option to use the real-time clock to control the power, enabling low power applications with almost any communications module.
- A micro SD socket is included for applications like data logging and persistent FRAM memory is included for high reliability applications that read and write often to memory.
- For high reliability applications, a watchdog timer provides the capability to hardware reset in the event of software failure.
- A flexible hinged enclosure makes packaging easy. Pre-drilled enclosure holes provide flexible input and output cabling options with available plugs, sockets, and glands.
- The IoT Node is published under an open hardware license so you are free to use and modify the design for personal or commercial purposes.
- Hinged enclosure
- IoT Node PCB assembly and mounting screws
- Enclosure wall mounts
- 2 cable glands and 2 hole plugs (M20x1.5)
- 4 velcro squares to mount batteries and PCB antennas
Note that optional batteries shown in one of the photos are not included.
See the Sentient Things documentation for details.
Sentient Things IoT Node Library on GitHub.