PCB for wireless sensor node with RFM12B transceiver projects.Designed by Arduinopraxis, Ships from Switzerland
Small Printed Circuit Board (PCB) for wireless and battery powered sensor nodes. The board has one sensor input (Signal A0/D10 on Pin 13) and is powered with 2 AA batteries. Additional proto space ...Read More…
Small Printed Circuit Board (PCB) for wireless and battery powered sensor nodes. The board has one sensor input (Signal A0/D10 on Pin 13) and is powered with 2 AA batteries. Additional proto space with solder pads provides room for small circuits.
Depending on the sensor the sensor input is configured as analoge (A0) or digital input (D10).
The following sensors has been used with the sensor node board:
NTC (Temperatur Sensor)
18DS20 (1-Wire Temperature Sensor)
LDR (Light Sensor)
Soil Moisture Sensor with Nails
PIR Sensor (with internal Power Booster)
JP1 Sensor Input (Pin 1: +Sensor Power, Pin 2: Sensor Signal, Pin 3: GND)
JP2 Serial Output (Pin 2: GND, Pin 3: Tx, Pin 5: Battery Power)
1 PCB ATtiny Sensor Node V2.00
1 IC Socket DIL 14
1 ATtiny84 (DIL1)
1 RFM12B Transceiver (433 or 868 Mhz)
1 Resistor (R1) (Value depends on the sensor)
1 Wire (Antenna, 165mm for 434 MHz, 83mm for 868 MHz)
1 Single 3 Pin Header (JP1)
1 Single 5 Pin Header (JP2)
1 Battery Box for 2 AA Batteries
2 AA Batteries
30 x 50 mm
In order to use Arduino Code with the board you need to install the ATtiny core for Arduino and a RFM12B Library called JeeLib.
The JeeLib Library is the perfect solution for simple wireless applications. This universal library provides many examples of wireless applications with the RFM12B.
Product includes ony PCB. No components included.
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