Xadow Basic Sensors integrates three different sensors on one single board:
|Core||ARM® 32-bit Cortex® -M0 CPU|
|Power Supply||3.3 ~ 6 V (via breakout pins)|
|Clock Speed||48 MHz|
|Operating Temperature Range||-30°C to 70°C|
|Interfaces||Interface with Xadow GSM+BLE through I2C (7-bit address 0x03)|
|Dimension||25.37mm × 20.30mm / 1” × 0.8”|
|Test g Range||±2g (default), ±4g, ±8g, or ±16g|
|Resolution||Increase with g range, up to 13-bit resolution at ±16g|
|Dynamic Range (Lux)||0.1 to 40,000 Lux|
|Dual Photodiodes||Infrared and full spectrum|
|Temperature Range||-55°C to 125 °C|
|Accuracy|| ± 2°C for temperature range from -25°C to 100°C
± 3°C for temperature range from -55°C to 25°C and from 100 °C to 125°C
Without any programming, you can connect it to the Core Module (Xadow GSM+BLE) of your ‘RePhone Kit Create' to read all the data from the sensors.
You can also set the sensor data as a condition to trigger a series of actuators like audio, LED matrix and LED strip, or trigger actions like making a call and sending a message.
We’ve been looking for a better place where our backers (RePhone Users) can sit together, warmly and comfortably, have conversations about RePhone, discuss technical problems, share ideas/projects, and give feedback on the modules’ development in the future. And then here we go, the RePhone Community.
Now join us in the RePhone Community! Together we seek answers, make interesting stuff, care about each other, and share our experiences.
Some frequently asked questions in RePhone Community are collected and answered to the topic "Frequently Asked Questions of RePhone (FAQ)" , the topic will be kept updating whenever a new FAQ comes out.
We will be keep updating the source code on our github page:
The schematic diagram of Xadow Basic Sensors is provided in the following link:
Check more info about the datasheet for each sensors:
www.seeedstudio.com / www.seeed.cc)
And the MCU STM32F030F4: