The MicroView is the first mini Arduino compatible module with OLED display. The Microview has been developed after a succesfull Kickstarter campaign where 0,5 million dollars has been raised. On the 64x48 pixel display the MicroView can display various information. It fits on a breadboard and there is an extensive Arduino library available. With the MicroView USB programmer, programming is simple. We have only a limited stock.
The OlinuXino computerboard now available with 1GB RAM and 4GB Flash
Olimex supplies the popular A20-OlinuXino board now in 6 versions. The most inexpensive version has 512MB RAM and no Flash memory. The model with the largest memory is the LIME2-4GB with 1GB RAM and 4GB Flash. All versions have the Allwinner A20 cortex A7 dual core processor and are provided with connections for SATA, HDMI, Ethernet and touch screen LCD's.
2.4GHz spectrum analyser makes use of iPad or iPhone
The American company Oscium makes measurement instruments which run on an iPad or iPhone. Next to the oscilloscope and the logic analyser Oscium now offers the WiPry-Pro. This instrument is a spectrum analyser for the 2.4GHz ISM band. The WiPry-Pro-Combo also has a RF power meter with a range of 100MHz up to 2.7GHz. The WiPry is an easy to use instrument which offers everything to inspect wireless networks. In the App Store the software can be downloaded for free.
The most used sensor to detect the presence of human beings is the Passive Infrared (PIR). We now offer 3 different PIR sensors. The standard module has an adjustable range of 4.5 or 9 meters. The Wide Angle Sensor has a detection angle of 180°. The Mini Sensor is easy to built-in and very inexpensive. The sensors have on/off output which makes the interfacing very easy.