Xadow Basic Sensors
Xadow Basic Sensors integrates three different sensors on one single board: - 3-Axis Accelerometer for motion detection, activity monitoring and speed tracking - Dual diode Digital Light Sensor that can separately measure infrared, full-spectrum or human-visible light - Temperature Sensor for temperature monitoring.
- Three-in-one sensor board
- Plug-and-play if connected with RePhone Kit Create
- Open source and modular design
- Slim and small
- Built-in 11 PIN Xadow Connectors for fully flexible connection with other Xadow Modules
- Stackable, chain-able and sew-able with other Xadow Modules.
|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”|
3-Axis Accelerometer (ADXL345)
|Test g Range||±2g (default), ±4g, ±8g, or ±16g|
|Resolution||Increase with g range, up to 13-bit resolution at ±16g|
Digital Light Sensor (TSL2561) – Approximates Human Eye Response
|Dynamic Range (Lux)||0.1 to 40,000 Lux|
|Dual Photodiodes||Infrared and full spectrum|
Temperature Sensor (LM75ADP)
|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
Use it with RePhone Kit Create
Obtain the Sensor Data
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.
Set ‘If This Then That
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.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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: - Source Code for Xadow Basic Sensors
The schematic diagram of Xadow Basic Sensors is provided in the following link: - Xadow Duino Schematic Files
And the MCU STM32F030F4: - STM32F030F4
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