PLT-1002 Wireless Sensor Development platform
This board gives you a great platofmr for exploring the world of IEEE 802.15.4 Wireless Personal Area Networking. Powered by the shiny new PIC18F25K20, running at 16Mhz (PLL enabled to 16mips), it’s got plenty of horse power, RAM and flash.
Some surface mount soldering is required on this board, but it's quite easy and a good introduction to if you've never done it before.
With three LEDs to indicate, well, just about anything you want, a TMP75 temperature sensor on board and all unused pins available on 0.1” headers, this board gives you plenty of options for wireless sensor for just about any purpose.
Note that the board does not come with a MRF wireless module. This gives you the flexibility of trade-off between cost and range depending on your requirements. While the board is designed around the B version of the MRF module, the A will work with a little green-wiring due to the A being a smaller module.
This product comes as a kit and requires soldering.
Marry the board to a PLT-1001 LED Panel Driver board to display the temperature outside
Add a humidity or other sensor to make more comprehensive information available
Add a GPS and transmit your location to others
Description: Wireless Sensor Development platform
Hackability: 100% (full datasheet, schematic, source code available; PIC preloaded with Boostbloader for easy updating)
Microcontroller: PIC18F26K20 at 3.3v, 16Mhz (PLL up to 16mips)
Construction: Tutorials – Building kits - Making the PLT-1002
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