29 Mar '15, 6pm

“cote_se: IoT wireless modules are surface mountable, standalone #IoT” via AdSpotsInc

WESTWORK TECHNOLOGY mcModule ultra low power event driven wireless modules for IoT are designed to be standalone or surface mountable. Devices contain multiple sensors, IOs and have an optional integrated battery. Modules can be wirelessly debugged and programmed using mcStudio. When programmed with mcStudio and mcScript the modules inherently run in their lowest power modes. Most sensor based applications can be up and running in minutes and can last for years on a single coin cell. Hardware specifications include: nRF51 series SoC; accelerometer; temperature sensor (0.25C); button and 2 LEDs.

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