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The module has a built-in ATmega168 microcontroller. It functions as a stand-alone system, thanks to which it is possible to create a network of IoT sensors supported by the Raspberry Pi minicomputer . It contains a connector for RapidRadio GPIO, a microUSB socket, 2 LEDs, a button and a relay.
Example of created network of RapidRadio modules and Raspberry Pi minicomputer, which can be purchased separately.
- Encrypted network: messages among all nodes
- Adding a new module to the network with only 2 clicks
- Network status: ping message tracking
- 3 GPIO pins as digital inputs / outputs
- Can be controlled via a built-in relay
- ADC Pin: analogue input
- Internal temperature sensor
- SPI interface (shared with RapidRadio module) with automatic switching on any GPIO pin
- I2C interface: 100 kHz
- Up to 4 PWM outputs:
- From 32 Hz to 10 kHz x 2
- 1 Hz to 10 kHz x 1 two-channel
The subject of sale is the RapidRadio Thing module. RapidRadio GPIO can be purchased separately.
When the RapidRadio module is connected and a 5 V power supply is connected via the microUSB connector, the board is ready for operation. Adding another node to the network is very easy. Simply press the button on the bottom of the RapidRadio Thing until the red LED starts flashing. At this point it takes 30 seconds to send a special login command. It contains the communication channel, network key, address and text description of the node. Commands can be sent using rapidradio.thing.win.exe or rapidradio.thing.cmd.exe tools for download from the manufacturer's website.
|Detailed operating instructions can be found on the manufacturer's website.
- Power supply voltage: 5 V with microUSB
- Microcontroller: ATMega 168PB
- RapidRadio GPIO connector
- MicroUSB connector
- One pin reset
- Power pins: 3.3 V and GND
- 250 V / 3 A relay with wire connector
- Configuration button
- 2 status LEDs
- Module dimensions: 63 x 35 x 15 mm