The NuMaker Uni is an IoT application...
The NuMaker Uni is an IoT application development board based on the NuMicro® NANO100NE3BN microcontroller (MCU) specially designed for Makers.
The NuMaker Uni is an IoT application development board based on the NuMicro® NANO100NE3BN microcontroller (MCU) specially designed for Makers. With small dimensions of 3.5cm by 3.5cm, it is especially suitable for wearable devices.It integrates the 802.11 b/g/n WiFi module and bluetooth module, as well as four instantly operable modules including the accelerometer, temperature-humidity sensor, IR tranceiver and RGB LED light. The kit also includes complete source-code examples, which helps users to build target C code applications quickly.
The NuMaker Uni leaves 20 multifunctional pins unprogrammed to allow more flexibility in design. In low power mode, it consumes less than 1µ of eletricity, which indicates that standby time can reach 300,000 hours when powered by 3.7V lithum battery.
Main Board: NuMaker Uni
The NANO100NE3BN used by the NuMaker Uni can run up to 42 MHz, and support 3.7V to 5V DC connector for 3.7V Lithium battery or 5V power supply. It includes Red/Geen/Blue LED, an Infrared transmitter and infrared receiver, 3-axis accelerometer & 3-axis gyroscope (MPU6500), a temperature & humidity sensor (HTU21D), a 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi module (ESP-03) which supports TCP, UDP server & client, AP or Station mode, and AT command, and a dual mode Bluetooth 3.0 module (BB2710-29) which supports SPP and GATT profile, and AT command.
ICE Adapter: Nu-Link Mini
The NuMaker Uni supports the Nu-Link ICE Adaptor, and uses In-Circuit Programming (ICP) mode based on the SWD interface. The NuMicro® ICP Programming Tool can be used for developers to develop their software and program the MCU. The NuMaker Uni also supports third party development tools, such as Keil RVMDK, and IAR EWARM.
32-bit Cortex®-M0 NANO100NE3BN MCU
BB2710-29 – Dual Mode Bluetooth Module
- Supports SPP and GATT profile
- Supports UART AT Command
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