31 Jan '13, 2pm

Gas sensor suite built with Gadgeteer modules

If you value your time and want to be able to quickly & easily build prototypes or permanent projects then there is not a better choice. Maybe slightly more expensive than other options but most Gadgeteer mainboards typically have much more powerful than your typical mcu also. So, if you just want to get something done and not have to build every module yourself then it’s a great choice. Of course, you can create the modules yourself also if you choose. I encourage you to give it a try.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/01/31/gas-sensor-suite-built-wit...

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