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panStamp NRG in stock

posted Nov 21, 2014, 10:19 AM by Daniel Berenguer
It has been a long wait, with long hours of work, tests, fixes, releases, revisions, and emotions. More than one year after announcing the development of the NRG line, panStamp is proud to SIG-NI-FY the commercial release of panStamp NRG.
Behind this new module you will find all the essence of the panStamp project. If you are already part of our community then you know what we are talking about. If not, then it is maybe time to give panStamp NRG a try. We simply guarantee that you will not be disappointed.


The wiki page has been updated with more recent information about the new modules and you will find next week even more information about how to do many different things with them. Remember that NRG is an improved version of our classic AVR modules, providing more speed and RAM, better low-power performance, true RTS module, AES-128 encryption, 3-axis accelerometer and footprints for on-board sensors (temperature and humidity). panStamp NRG is in fact like an improved AVR module with integrated battery-board features.


Think about the benefits of using one of these low-cost modules as a simple temperature and humidity sensor without any external circuitry. Simply power the module from a 3V battery and leave the module working from that battery even below 2VDC.

Or use it as a hyper-low-cost wireless temperature sensor by using a cheap NTC sensor, on-board or off-board.
As you can see, most of our promises made a reality. Now it is time for the whole panStamp community to enjoy this new concept of mote with MSP430 core and programmable from Arduino IDE. As always, we will be there to assist you along your ideas, developments and deployments. We also wish to continue learning lots of new things from you too.

Thanks friends for your support and patience along the last year.


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