The fusion of Arduino and nRF24Designed by Woodoonics in Finland
The FuseRFv2 is here! Now with layout improvements and soldered header option! This project is adding wireless and HID capabilities to Arduino. The board consists of an ATMEGA32u4 (like Arduino Micr…Read More…
The FuseRFv2 is here! Now with layout improvements and soldered header option!
This project is adding wireless and HID capabilities to Arduino. The board consists of an ATMEGA32u4 (like Arduino Micro and Leonardo) together with the nRF24L01+, RF circuitry, PCB antenna and a full size USB2.0 male connector. This is a fully Arduino compatible board with power, analog, digital and serial communication port markings on the top and bottom side. You can use it as a standalone Arduino or as a wireless transmitter/receiver. It's also compatible with all the nRF24 modules out there so you can use your existing modules to wirelessly connect to this board.
ATMEGA32u4 8-bit MCU, 32KB Flash and on-chip USB Controller
nRF24L01+ 2.4GHz Transceiver
Extremely small form factor: 5.5cm x 2cm (2.17in x 0.8in)
Onboard 3.3V regulator with 500mA peak current output. When used as standalone (not connected to USB), it can be powered through the "5v" marked port. The input voltage range can be from 4.5v to 12v.
Separate 16MHz crystals for the MCU and RF chip to reduce interference
8 digital pins with Arduino markings on top and bottom
6 analog pins with Arduino markings on top and bottom (5 additional analog inputs shared with digital pins)
USB controller with HID capability (can be recognized as keyboard, joystick and mouse)
I2C available from pins 2(SDA) and 3(SCL)
Arduino UART and SPI available and marked.
Green LED connected to the Arduino D13 (Arduino Micro LED_BUILTIN!)
Breadboard compatible in case you decided to solder male headers under the board.
Ships with Arduino bootloader and "FuseRF Echo" application installed.
PDF Schematics can be found from the "Datasheet" link below.
Many applications are already available from the Arduino "Examples". E.g. You can set the board to be recognized as a USB keyboard or mouse. RF applications are also available from the "RF24" Arduino library examples (which you can install through Arduino's library manager).
You can find the sample Arduino sketch which the boards are shipped with, from the Woodoonics FuseRF GitHub https://github.com/woodoonics/FuseRF. This sketch sets the board as a wireless echo device which echoes back any character it receives. You can copy the pin definitions and setup code directly from this sketch and use them in your own applications.
There's also a "FuseRF Serial Transmit" sketch which can be used together with the "FuseRF Echo". The "FuseRF Serial Transmit" reads a character from a serial terminal, sends the character and waits 500 milliseconds for an echo back. It then types the echoed character or indicates if no echo was received.
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