SmartMonv2.7Ex-The best way to quick add a Voltage, Current, Power monitor for your Arduino, ARM, ESP8266 Projects, battery powered or not.Designed by NextEVO, Ships from Romania
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UPDATE !! 05 Nov 2016 UPDATE !! Added Youtube Videos part 3 and 4 What is it? Do you remember the BLMS (Battery Live Monitor System) Project? SmartMonv2.7Ex board has been born as the next genera...Read More…
UPDATE !! 05 Nov 2016 UPDATE !!
Added Youtube Videos part 3 and 4
Do you remember the BLMS (Battery Live Monitor System) Project?
SmartMonv2.7Ex board has been born as the next generation of BLMS, bringing more flexibility and a lot of extra functionalities than the previous one.
If you want to quickly add to your project Voltage, Current and Power monitoring capabilities, plus, as a bonus, a proper hardware RTC with integrated Alarm and Timer functions, this is the extension board that you was looking for.
The modular design will let you to easy connect it and use it with any MCU you want as long as it has I2C bus capabilities and is working in the 3-5.5V voltage range. That includes all the popular existing platforms like Arduino, PIC, ARM, Atmega, ESP8266 and many more!
Because of the amount of the information, the related main Videos and Articles are splitted in 4 Parts, as follow:
Also more related Videos will be published on the Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGAEbpaLKU9AV-MYxQGUeAQ
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