A tiny board with
MPU6050 9-axis gyro sensor
BME280 Temperature/Pressure/Humidity sensor
full color OLED display
SAMD21G18A ARM Cortex M0+ with full Arduino IDE compatible (Arduino Zero compatible)
micro SD slot
LiPo charger circuit (LiPo battery is NOT included due to international parcel regulation. LiPo battery is one of member to compose "ULTIMA3, and please connect even not independent use. Please find it at your local reseller..)
In general, sensor extension requires additional board and wiring and needs additional complexity and expense. Sensor embedded tiny board is quite useful for rapid prototyping. In addition, just bring this tiny board with you on your business trip (or some long flight) will turn boring long flight acrossing ocean into some interesting programming time. Programming environment is fully compatible with Arduino IDE based on Arduino Zero compatible.
Embedded Lipo charger circuit enables independent battery operation. After programming done, we don't need additional PC anymore, just one Lipo battery connection is enough!
Well known and well-established sensors (MPU6050 and BME280) are selected. We can find lots of information and sample code on the net and Github made by great predecessors.
Pleasant processing speed of ARM Cortex M0+ 32bit processor will bring you new programming experience.
Sensored value from MPU6050 and BME280 can be readily recorded on micro SD card.
We can draw and make full-color graphical interface or full-colored graph on Full-color OLED display.
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From childhood, I've loved making electrical things by soldering for some amateur radio related thing.
After graduated certain university and taking Ph. D, I did have a GaAs MMIC design working for 60 GHz system
but it's a bit long time ago.
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