Linkit Smart with WiFi and Ethernet is Arduino Yun compatible
The Linkit Smart 7688 Duo is developed by Seeed Studio in cooperation with MediaTek. The Duo board has the MT7688 System-on-Chip with ATmega32U4 and loaded with OpenWrt Linux. The Duo can be programmed with Arduino Yun sketches. You can use the MediaTek Cloud Sandbox for the visualisation of data. The board is equipped with Wifi, USB host and microSD. On the pins GPIO, I2C, SPI, SPIS, UART, PWM and Ethernet are available. For the Duo we also supply a breakout board with connectors for Ethernet, Grove and Shields.
The Photon is a small WiFi with many I/O possibilities and can be programmed wireless via internet with Particle Build. With this plug-and-play kit you can easily learn Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications. Grove is a modular system where sensors and actuators can be connected to the microcontroller with a standard cable. This kit consists of a Grove Base Shield, 9 different Grove modules and the user manual. You place the Photon on the base shield and connect the Grove modules. For every module an example program and functional description is available.
With this Bluetooth LE module you make the layout of the app via the Arduino code
The SimBlee is a small wireless Arduino compatible microcontroller. It is a Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy BLE RF Module with ARM Cortex-M0 processor. Via a Bluetooth connection with your smartphone and free app you can control the Simblee. The Simblee DIP with 7 GPIO is pin compatible with the RFDuino DIP. A major innovation of the Simblee is that you can determine the App layout with the Arduino code. For your applications you don’t have to develop your own app anymore. The Simblee can be expanded with various small "shields".
Wireless multimeter and logger with display on mobile phone or tablet
The Mooshimeter uses your smartphone or tablet, via Bluetooth LE as a wireless graphic display with high resolution. The Mooshimeter can measure currents up to 10A and voltages up to 600V at the same time. With the Mooshimeter you can, for example, measure and log the currents and voltages of a robot while it drives around. The wireless reach of the multimeter is 50 meters (without any obstacles). You can log up to 6 months on a 32 GB microSD card with a very high resolution of 24 bit.