The new Arduino Primo has WiFi, BLE, NFC, IR, and more

The Arduino Primo combines the processing power from the Nordic nRF52 processor, an Espressif ESP8266 for WiFi, as well as several on-board sensors and a battery charger. The nRF52 includes NFC (Near Field Communication) and Bluetooth Smart (BLE). The sensors include an on-board button, LED and infrared receiver and transmitter.

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Arduino compatible board with LCD, buttons and industrial I/O or proto board

Industruino is a modular system which consists of topboard, baseboard and external expansion modules. The Industruino Kit is a fully featured Arduino compatible board housed in a DIN-rail mountable case with onboard graphic LCD , membrane panel and industrial I/O or proto board. The I/O board is an interfacing solution to bridge the gap between Arduino compatibility and the world of PLC, robust industrial sensors and actuators. Industruino is expandable with the Ethernet module and GSM/GPRS module.

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GPS and sensor boards for the LoRa, Sigfox, and WiFi modules from Pycom

In addition to the Expansion Board, we also offers two additional sensor boards for the Pycom modules, which are ideal for quickly building a fully functioning IoT solution. Pytrack is intended for use in GPS applications such as asset tracking or monitoring. Pytrack has a super accurate GNSS + Glonass GPS and an accelerometer. Pysense is intended for use in environment sensing applications. Pysense has sensors for ambient light, barometric pressure, humidity, acceleration and temperature. To simplify usability, APIs for the libraries of the sensors have been created.

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USB 3.0 SuperSpeed SDR with powerful FPGA and full duplex sampling

The bladeRF x40 is a USB 3.0 Software-Defined Radio (SDR) designed to enable you to explore and experiment with the multidisciplinary facets of RF communication. For users who wish to do host processing, USB 3.0 SuperSpeed is the ideal high throughput, low latency interface. For a standalone solution, the bladeRF operates autonomously using the FPGA for signal processing. It has a built-in 40KLE Altera Cyclone 4 FPGA ready for you to program. The bladeRF can tune from 300MHz to 3.8GHz and is capable of capturing 40MHz 12-bit full duplex quadrature samples in real-time. Through open source software such as GNURadio, the bladeRF can be placed into immediate use.

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