Category:Smart IoT Sensor

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The Smart IOT sensor is dedicated to prototyping IoT applications using wireless technologies such as SigFox™, LoRa™, Bluetooth™ Low Energy, GPS/GNSS. In order to offer the fastest development time for application’s proof of concept, this product is 100% compatible with the Arduino IDE.

The board is made out of an host Atmel ARM Cortex M0+ MCU directly driving on-market, industry certified modules to enable connectivity. Sensors such as BMP280 (temperature/pressure) and ADXL-345 (accelerometer) are directly available on the board to meet user's application, as well as GPIO, including SPI and I2C to cover the widest range of peripherals.

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This page includes documentation, examples and resources to use the Smart IoT Sensor.


1 Key features

  • Arduino IDE Compatible
  • LoRa™ / SigFox™/ FSK
  • Bluetooth Smart (4.2)
  • GPS / GLONASS / Galileo
  • USB Interface
  • Embedded battery charger
  • All antennas included
  • User programmable RGB LED
  • Sensors:
    • Accelerometer
    • Temperature + Pressure
  • Free GPIOs
  • Dimensions: 50mm*50mm*25mm

2 General information and getting started

Smart IoT Sensor - Getting Started

Smart IoT Sensor - HW

3 Peripherals and Application Examples

3.1 Modules

LoRa/Sigfox module:MM002 en NEMEUS website

  • Modulation : LoRa™ / SigFox™/ FSK
  • Maximum output power +14 dBm
  • Power efficient
  • Good buildings penetration
  • Long Range protocol stack software

Bluetooth Smart (Low Energy) chipset: nRF51822 on Nordic Semi website

  • Bluetooth 4.1 Compliant (Bluetooth Smart)
  • Software upgradable to Bluetooth 4.2
  • TX power: up to +4 dBm
  • RX sensitivity: down to -93 dBm

GPS/GNSS module: SIM33ELA on SIMCom website

  • Accuracy: 2.5m standing
  • Time-To-First-Fix:
    • Cold starts: 28 s (typical)
    • Warm starts: 26s
    • Hot starts: <1s
    • EPO Assist: 13s(CTTFF)

3.2 Sensors

Temperature/Pressure: BMP280 on Bosh website

Accelorometer: ADXL345 on Analog Devices website

3.3 GPIO

Several GPIO are available on the scratchpad:

  • Arduino's analog pins A3, A4 and A5
  • Arduino's digital pins 7, 8, 9 and 13
  • Communication bus as SPI and I2C

Pages in category "Smart IoT Sensor"

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