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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AC02 BLE Sugar
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.
AP01 AVR MCU
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.
AZ62 Connector Cover
The Connector Cover protects the ACR (Anisotropic Conductive Rubber) from dust and debris.
AZ66 Basic kit case
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