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Freakduino 900 MHz Long Range + Ruggedized Enclosure Set


Freakduino 900 MHz Long Range + Ruggedized Enclosure Set



Price: $64.00
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This set includes the FREAKDUINO-900LR Wireless base board, battery regulator circuit, 900 MHz antenna, and a ruggedized enclosure. The purpose of fitting the Freakduino 900 MHz LR board into an enclosure is to allow it to be transported or deployed safely without worry about damaging the circuitry. The enclosure provides protection for the internal circuitry and gives the design a finished look. The enclosure comes with mounting screws for the PCB, screws for sealing the enclosure, an integrated battery case that fits two AA batteries, and a silicone sleeve to protect the enclosure from drops, bumps, and general wear and tear. The silicone sleeve comes in many different colors and the

Freakduino 900 MHz Long Range Wireless Arduino Compatible Board, v2.1a


Freakduino 900 MHz Long Range Wireless Arduino Compatible Board, v2.1a



Price: $45.00
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The FreakLabs Freakduino 900 MHz Long Range Wireless board is designed to be an easy way to rapidly prototype and evaluate usage of high powered radios for wireless sensor networks. It comes with a full Arduino compatible subsystem and an integrated Atmel AT86RF212 900 MHz radio which conforms to the IEEE 802.15.4 wireless protocol. It also sports a high power amplifier on the transmitter and an amplifier on the receiver that boosts the received signal more than 10x. This board was originally designed to evaluate high power radios for research work in environmental monitoring applications. In a remote location, a wireless sensor network often consists of a localized sensor network to

Freakduino 900 MHz Long Range+ Bottom Mounted Battery Case Set


Freakduino 900 MHz Long Range+ Bottom Mounted Battery Case Set



Price: $54.00
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This set includes the Freakduino 900MHz Long Range Wireless base board, battery regulator circuit, 900 MHz antenna, bottom mounted battery case that fits two AA batteries, and a set of standoffs. This set is an inexpensive way to implement a compact, wireless, battery-powered prototyping platform based on the Arduino. The main board was designed to accomodate this particular battery case because it has solder terminals that can be inserted into the board similar to a through-hole part. The terminals are soldered down which forms a solid electrical connection without the need for any cables or wires. The battery case mounts on the bottom of the board and is also screwed in for mechanical