Introducing OSWIN, the Open Source Wireless IoT Node

/Introducing OSWIN, the Open Source Wireless IoT Node
Introducing OSWIN, the Open Source Wireless IoT Node2018-08-01T13:42:21+00:00

Project Description

 

 

oswin_xrf_wiz820io_rfm12b-300x240

This post is about OSWIN using the ATmega1284P with the WIZ820io .

The OSWIN means Open Source Wireless IoR Node and it is arduino compatible OSWIN based on the ATmege1284P AVR microcontroller.

Various plug in module can be used(Wiz820io,W5100 Ethernet Shield, RFM12B,XBee, RN-XV Wi-Fi module)

With Wiz820io ethernet, XRF low power radio in Xbee socket and RFM12B on boraad.

With Wiz820io ethernet, XRF low power radio in Xbee socket and RFM12B on boraad.

With W5100 ethernet shield and XRF low power radio in Xbee socket

With W5100 ethernet shield and XRF low power radio in Xbee socket

With RN-XV Wi-Fi module in Xbee socket and RFM12B on a breakout board

With RN-XV Wi-Fi module in Xbee socket and RFM12B on a breakout board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Features

  • ATmega1284P-PU running at 8, 12 or 16MHz
  • 16KB RAM, 128KB Flash, 4KB EEPROM, 2 UARTs, 3 Interrupts
  • Up to 32 Digital I/O, 8 with hardware PWM
  • Up to 8 Analogue inputs
  • RFM12B Transceiver, mounted on the board or via my RFM12B breakout board
  • Socket for WIZ820io W5200 ethernet module
  • XBee compatible socket for XBee or Ciseco XRF low power radios or Roving Networks RN-XV Wi-Fi module
  • Arduino shield compatible
  • Programming via FTDI or ICSP
  • Power from USB or FTDI/ICSP headers
  • RGB status LED
  • Running at 3.3V throughout
  • Dimensions 95 x 80mm

 

Downloads:
Schematic (PNG format)
Eagle files
Gerbers
Arduino core and bootloader
Example code for multiple TinyTX sensors to emoncms

The hardware design files are also available on SolderPad.

For more information : Homepage

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