3 bars in a single package, random flavors except marzipan.
More information available at the producer's web site.
A soldering challenge not for the faint of heart!. Test step by step how small you can go. If you did it right, a rainbow will be displayed.
This package has its own detail page in the Metalab wiki.
This is the solution for projects where a microcontroller is too small, but a single board computer is too large. It's a full Linux machine in the form factor of a Teensy!
More information and links to the software on the developer wiki. You need a USB power supply and a USB-to-UART (3.3V) adapter!
The TinyFPGA BX is a small FPGA module with all of the components and circuitry required for the FPGA to function taken care of for you. To develop for the board you create a design in your favorite digital design language (Verilog/VHDL, Migen, and Chisel are some popular options). Alternatively, you can use a schematic entry tool like IceStudio. A schematic entry tool allows you to graphically draw a digital circuit to be implemented on the FPGA.
Once you have a design, you can program it onto the TinyFPGA BX module over USB. All the functions your design implements will now be able to interface with the outside world through the module’s IO pins.
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The kitchen sink for all IoT applications!
This development board contains the following components:
The ESP32-PoE by OLIMEX is an IoT WIFI/BLE/Ethernet development board with Power-Over-Ethernet feature. The Si3402-B chip is IEEE 802.3-compliant, including pre-standard (legacy) PoE support. The board takes power from the Ethernet cable and can be expanded with sensors and actuators. Perfect solution for Internet-of-Things projects.
Important notice: ESP32-POE has no galvano isolation from Ethernet's power supply, when you program the board via the micro USB connector the Ethernet cable should be disconnected (if you have power over the Ethernet cable)!
An introductory video can be found on SparkFun's YouTube channel!
The micro:bit is an ideal kit for introducing students to the wonderful world of coding and hardware. It is a pocket-sized, fully programmable, single board computer with an array of useful features. Using an ARM Cortex processor, the BBC micro:bit also features an on-board accelerometer and compass sensors, Bluetooth Low Energy and USB connectivity, an LED display, and two programmable buttons.
The BBC even provide easy to use code editors which can be used in class lessons. All you need to do is connect your micro:bit to your computer via USB, press the compile button in the editor, then drop the downloaded file directly onto your micro:bit. There is even an app for Android devices.
The package includes:
Programmer for STM32 devices as a convenient USB stick.
An ESP32 development board for general use that does not contain the kitchen sink (unlike slot 20), but at a much lower price!
This board contains the following components:
A tiny OpenWRT (Linux) IoT device, for the projects where an ESP8266 is not enough and a Raspberry Pi is too much!
Package includes the Expansion Dock for easy connectivity using a 0.1" header, USB host plug and a built-in USB-to-serial adapter.
USB cable included.
M5Stack is a robust, open source development kit with stackable modules, user-friendly IDE, enabling rapid and high-quality prototyping.
It is based on the ESP32 IoT microcontroller. ESP32 can interface with other systems to provide Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionality through SPI / SDIO or I2C / UART interfaces.
Contrary to traditional hardware development, which needs advanced technical knowledge, the M5Stack toolkit helps makers get rid of all the prototyping clutter.
You can make various different projects with it, ranging from GPS trackers or smart switches to customized Wi-Fi sockets and systems controlling office lights (GPS module and relay not included). By using the M5Stack toolkit, not only will such projects be fully functional, but they will also look neat and professional.
The base module also features a microSD card slot for virtually unlimited storage capabilities. Further, it has a Grove connector to interface with compatible third party sensors and actuators.
This kit includes:
For more information, visit the official webpage. There, you can also buy additional modules to attach to the base kit.
If you want the official plastic box together with your purchase, please talk to anlumo.
A step down module based on the LM2596S with integrated voltmeter! Easy to adjust on the fly and with screw terminals suited for quick test setups, no soldering needed.
The Raspberry Pi Zero is half the size of a Model A+, with twice the utility. A tiny Raspberry Pi that’s affordable enough for any project!
Hardware specifications: Click here for more detailed information on the Raspberry Pi hardware.
The newest revision of the device that started the single board computer (SBC) revolution. It’s the one with the best support on the web, and the newest processor doesn't even suck any more.
There’s a free Mathematica and Minecraft version just for this board!
Visit the official page here!
Minimal ARM board with USB featuring the STM32F103C8T6.
Programmable via the USB port, programmable and debuggable via the STlink v2 adapter also available on this machine.
Small breakout board for the ESP8266 with 4MB Flash. Includes a CH340 USB-to-UART-adapter with a micro USB socket.
The ESP8266 is a fully programmable chip with built-in 802.11b/g/n WiFi support ideal for IoT. Currently, there are four programming environments available:
Cable not (yet) included! Includes all headers shown on the picture. Breadboard compatible!