Pi platform kickstarts IoT-sensor development

October 25, 2018 // By Julien Happich
RS Components is making IoT sensing projects even easier to start, and more affordable, with the latest UrsaLeo Pi development kit. By combining the Silicon Labs Thunderboard 2 sensor module with a Raspberry Pi development board, UrsaLeo Pi delivers all the functionality of the UrsaLeo UltraLite development kit at a lower price.

Trading only reduced debug support and restrictions on hardware re-use, it is ideal for cost-conscious development in sectors such as Industry 4.0, automotive diagnostics, healthcare, and general data monitoring.
The Thunderboard 2 module, as featured in the UrsaLeo UltraLite kit, contains temperature, humidity, UV, ambient light, barometric pressure, indoor air quality, and gas sensors, a 6-axis inertial sensor, a digital microphone, and a Hall sensor. The integrated Silicon Labs EFR32 Mighty Gecko multi-protocol 2.4GHz radio supports Bluetooth Low Energy, Thread, ZigBee, or proprietary short-range protocols. Sample applications and APIs are provided to manage sensors, run diagnostics, and share information with enterprise software or business intelligence applications.
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