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3-Axis +/-16g Accelerometer Board


3-Axis +/-16g Accelerometer Board



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The FreakLabs FL-ADXL345-DEV accelerometer board is a rapid prototyping sensor board designed to quickly evaluate and test applications that require an accelerometer. The board uses an ADXL345 3-axis accelerometer with a high sensitivity and +/-16g maximum measurement capability. The board also contains a FreakLabs universal serial peripheral connector so that it can be seamlessly integrated into any FreakLabs MCU development board. The ADXL345 was chosen because of some very nice features. One of the main features is a digital interface using either I2C or SPI bus. Previous versions of the Analog Devices 3-axis accelerometer MEMS sensors had three separate analog outputs and required three

900 MHz +2dBi Dipole Antenna, RP-SMA


900 MHz +2dBi Dipole Antenna, RP-SMA



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This is a 2 dBi omni-directional 900 MHz dipole antenna with an RP-SMA plug. Omni-directional antennas radiate equally well in all directions and are best used to spread a signal uniformly over some area. Unlike a directional or semi-directional antenna, an ideal omni-directional antenna does not favor any direction in particular. For a general purpose application, omni-directional antennas are usually the antenna of choice and directional or semi-directional antennas are used when the application and node locations are well defined. The dBi rating of an antenna specifies the amount of gain the antenna has in a particular direction. An antenna gain of 0dBi specifies an antenna that radiates

900 MHz, 802.15.4 Radio Peripheral


900 MHz, 802.15.4 Radio Peripheral



Price: $30.00
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This is the AT86RF212 900 MHz radio peripheral v1.1 for the FreakLabs WSN rapid prototyping MCU boards. It supports the license-free 915 MHz North American band, 868 MHz European band, and the 780 MHz Chinese band. It's supported by the Chibi software stack and the default band can be set in the stack. 900 MHz radios are often preferable to 2.4 GHz radios because there is less crowding in the frequency band and lower frequencies suffer less path loss and attenuation. Hence the range will be greater for the same amount of power between a 900 MHz radio and 2.4 GHz radio. This board has a FreakLabs universal serial connector that can connect to any FreakLabs MCU board and also comes with