Early 2016, there were rumors about a new Wi-Fi SensorTag being released, which would be joining the CC2650 Multi-standard SensorTag. It is now officially released with a price tag of $39.00 from the TI Sore.
The new Wi-Fi SensorTag kit is based on the low-power SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 wireless MCU, the industry’s first Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ single-chip microcontroller unit (MCU) with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. This allows the SensorTag kit to be battery powered from AAA batteries.
The Wi-Fi SensorTag kit includes 9 low-power MEMS sensors. In addition it can be expanded with the Watch DevPack for applications requiring displays and expanded with USB power with the Debug DevPack.
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- CC3200, SimpleLink Wi-Fi, Internet-on-a chip solution with integrated MCU.
- Onboard 1-MB serial flash memory.
- Onboard inverted-F antenna with RF connector for conducted testing.
- Two buttons, two LEDs, reed relay, digital microphone, and a buzzer for user interaction.
- Sensors include a gyroscope, an accelerometer, and a compass for easy integration in IoT application.
- Debug and JTAG interface for flash programing.
- TI SensorTag tool – Technical
- Wi-Fi SensorTag – User Guide
- TI SensorTag wiki – CC3200 SensorTag Users Guide
- TI Store – CC3200STK-WIFIMK
- iOS – TI SensorTag App Store
- Andorid – Simplelink SensorTag Play Store
- 43oh Sensortag Discussion
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