The kit includes an AVR microcontroller (Atmega328P), Bluetooth LE, temperature/humidity sensor, illuminance sensor, accelerometer, and a leaf with a magnetic plastic case, and is suitable for ultra-compact, low power consumption systems that can be powered by coin cell batteries. You can create a sensor device.
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The Leaf is equipped with Silicon Labs’ technically certified Bluetooth LE module BGM11S22F256GA-V2.
This leaf is equipped with a temperature/humidity sensor, an illuminance sensor and an acceleration sensor. Equipped with power-saving sensors and suitable for long-term sensing.
This leaf uses the ATmega328P and features 14 digital input and output pins (six of which can be used as PWM outputs), six analog input pins, an 8 MHz oscillator, and a reset button.
This power supply leaf contains a CR2032 coin cell battery holder, a power switch, an AD converter for voltage monitoring, and a 3.3 V to 3.3 V step-up circuit. 2cm x 2cm in size, it is capable of supplying 3.3 V power.
This is a leaf with all 29 pins of the leaf I/F connected to a 2.54mm pitch through-hole.
FTDI’s FT232RQ is mounted as a USB-UART conversion IC. It converts from USB VBUS (5V) to 3.3V with a step-down power supply circuit and supplies VBUS and 3.3V to each leaf.
The Connector Cover protects the ACR (Anisotropic Conductive Rubber) from dust and debris.
This is a case for the Basic Kit. It can be fixed to the wall with the magnets on the bottom.
- Rev A1.0: First edition, August 2019