Sub-1-GHz sensor node SoM lowers barriers for IoT applications

Sub-1-GHz sensor node SoM lowers barriers for IoT applications

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By eeNews Europe

Featuring a low power ARM 32-bit Cortex-M4 CPU with FPU, and a range of serial interfaces (including SPI, I2C, UART, ADC, CAN, USB and GPIO), SensiSUB combines a SPIRIT1 low-power RF transceiver from ST, offering certified sub-1-GHz connectivity (in three frequency versions: 433 MHz, 868 MHz and 915 MHz), with a suite of fully customisable sensors (including 3-axis accelerometer, magnetometer and digital gyroscope, plus pressure, microphone, relative humidity, ambient light, temperature and UV sensors).

SensiSUB’s hardware-ready configuration provides a complete, self-contained RF platform in a 20- x 30-mm form factor that enables wireless connectivity without prior RF expertise.

The SensiSUB IoT SoM is an industrial-grade customisable system for engineers looking to design IoT products without getting involved in either hardware development or production logistics. The unit fits a vast array of coin battery-powered applications that require integration of multiple sensors with sub-1-GHz connectivity – without compromising on cost and power consumption.

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