Particle Argon – nRF52840 with BLE, Mesh and WiFi: Woohoo, it’s time for a Particle Mesh party! And the Particle Argon is bringing it with a mix of Bluetooth Low Energy, Mesh networking and and Wi-Fi, your two most favorite 2.4GHz wireless protocols. The Argon is a powerful Wi-Fi enabled development kit that can act as either a standalone Wi-Fi endpoint or Wi-Fi enabled gateway for Particle Mesh networks. It is based on the Nordic nRF52840, the BLE Cortex M4 with a ton of Flash, RAM and peripherals, including native USB support. see more!
Particle Boron LTE – nRF52840 with BLE, Mesh, LTE Cellular Modem: Like all Particle Mesh boards, it even has built-in battery charging circuitry so it’s easy to connect a Li-Poly battery (not included but we stock lots here at the ‘fruit) and deploy your local network in minutes. The Boron is great for connecting existing projects to the Particle Device Cloud or as a gateway to connect an entire group of local endpoints where Wi-Fi is missing or unreliable.
Please Note: Particle’s MVNO will provide support for LTE M1 connectivity in the US upon initial release. See the cellular FAQ for details. See more!
Particle Xenon – nRF52840 with BLE and Mesh: Particle Xenon is the most basic element (ha!) for your mesh network. The Xenon is a low-cost mesh-enabled development board that can act as either a standalone endpoint or repeater for Particle Mesh networks . It is based on the Nordic nRF52840, the BLE Cortex M4 with a ton of Flash, RAM and peripherals, including native USB support. See more!
Particle Mesh LTE Bundle – Full Starter Kit: The bundle comes with three mesh-ready boards: the Boron LTE, a Particle Mesh board with built in LTE cellular modem, and two Xenons, the end points or network repeaters, so you can start to experiment with a multi-device Particle Mesh network. The Boron LTE is a powerful LTE CAT-M1/NB1 enabled development kit that can act as either a standalone cellular endpoint or LTE enabled gateway for Particle Mesh networks See more!
Particle Boron 2G/3G Kit – nRF52840 with BLE, Mesh and Cellular: why not cater for connectivity with the Particle Mesh 2G/3G Cellular, a veritable smörgåsbord (yum!) to begin building mesh networking for your IoT project. Particle Mesh means you can create local networks that collect data, share messages, and connect to the Internet through a Particle gateway. See more!
The screen has 160×128 pixels of 16-bit color, has a backlight with a software-controllable intensity, and a resistive touch sensor which can detect a single force-based touch anywhere on the screen. The display has a custom controller which accepts serial commands via its I2C and UART interfaces, and SPI for receiving raw data. See more!
AdaBox010 – Rainbow Trellis: This ADABOX is a multi-sensory feast – Lights! Sound! Squishy buttons! This box comes with a NeoTrellis M4. It’s a grid of 4×8 silicone buttons, with a NeoPixel behind each one for rainbow glory. The engine is a ATSAMD51 microcontroller with stereo audio channels and microphone input. See more!
JST PH 3-pin Plug to Color Coded Alligator Clips Cable: This cable will let you turn a JST PH 3-pin cable port into 3 individual wires with grippy mini alligator clips. We’re carrying these to match up with any of our boards or breakouts with 3-pin ‘STEMMA’ connectors on them such as the HalloWing or NeoTrellis M4. See more!
JST PH 4-pin Plug to Color Coded Alligator Clips Cable: This cable will let you turn a JST PH 4-pin cable port into 4 individual wires with grippy mini alligator clips. We’re carrying these to match up with any of our boards or breakouts with ‘STEMMA’ connectors on them such as the HalloWing or NeoTrellis M4. Can also be used with any STEMMA breakouts! See more!
: This cable will let you turn a JST PH 3-pin cable socket into 3 individual tinned wires. See more!
Pimoroni Picade Console Controller Kit – PIM407: Power-up your TV with a Pimoroni Picade Console Controller! It’s a compact, Raspberry Pi-powered retro games machine with authentic arcade controls that plugs right into your TV, monitor, or other HDMI display. It’s a stylish, retro, and fun arcade controller for your Raspberry Pi! See more!
Assembled Adafruit Feather M0 WiFi with Stacking Headers: Connect your Feather to the Internet with this fine new FCC-certified WiFi module from Atmel. This 802.11bgn-capable WiFi module is the best new thing for networking your devices, with built-in low-power management capabilites, Soft-AP, SSL support and rock solid performance. We were running our adafruit.io MQTT demo for a full weekend straight with no hiccups (it would have run longer but we had to go to work, so we unplugged it). This module is very fast & easy to use in comparison to other WiFi modules we’ve used in the past. See more!
Are you ready? Really ready? Cause here comes the Adafruit Grand Central featuring the Microchip ATSAMD51. This dev board is so big, it’s not named after a Metro train, it’s a whole freakin’ station!
This board is like a freight train, with its 120MHz Cortex M4 with floating point support. Your code will zig and zag and zoom, and with a bunch of extra peripherals for support, this will for sure be your favorite new chipset. See more!