Thingsee One IoT Developer Kit Now Available
|Richard Harris in IoT Monday, August 17, 2015|
Thingsee has announced the commercial availability of its Thingsee One device, a smart developer device for Internet of Things (IoT) applications and solution development. The device is designed for the easier and faster deployment of new IoT applications and services.
Thingsee One is delivered ready for immediate use and is both weatherproof and impact resistant. Developers can use the product to design and implement IoT applications without the need to invest in other hardware.
It offers a robust structure, wide variety of fully programmable sensors and extensive cellular connectivity offering a battery life lasting up to one year.
Thingsee is also launching Thingsee Creator, a visual programming tool as a public beta. Creator enables the creation of prototypes and new practices in just minutes.
Thingsee One Specs:
- MCU: STM32L162VEY, Ultra-low-power ARM Cortex-M3 MCU with 512kB Flash, 80kB RAM, 16kB EEPROM, 32MHz CPU, USB, AES
- Modem: Sara-G350, Quad-band GPRS module with A-GPS support and micro SIM card reader
- GPS: Max-7Q, GPS/GLONASS receiver
- WLAN: Murata LBWA1ZZVK7, IEEE 802.11 b/g compliant
- Bluetooth low energy: BT BLE 4.1 compliant
- SD Card: Micro SD card reader on SPI
- Display: Standard 1.54” Monochrome Graphic OLED (128x64), white color
9-axis sensor combo with Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Accelerometer: ST LSM9DS1
- Acceleration sensor: ST LIS2DH
- Pressure sensor: ST LPS25H
- Ambient light sensor: MAX44009
- Temperature and Humidity sensor: ST HTS221
- UI input device: Capsense CY8CMBR3108
- Charging: TI BQ24251, 2A switch-mode Li-Ion battery charger with power-path
- Regulators: ST STLQ015XG30, TI TPS62233 and TI TPS61093
- USB: USB2.0 full-speed device mode and USB Charging compliant with BC1.2 compatible charger detection
- Battery: BAK rechargeable Li-ion 1900mAh
- Debug: JTAG and serial interface
- User interface for expanding the functionality of Thingsee One: Test pads for access I2C, SPI and UART as well as for supporting GPIOs. Power supply and Ground pads for powering the external device.
Read more: http://www.thingsee.com/