Yulo Connect extends the capability of the Koala Connect to create a tiny yet powerful IoT platform.
Yulo Connect extends the functionality of the Koala Connect to create a tiny yet powerful IoT platform with modular sensors and a battery support board to enable compact battery powered projects. Yulo Connect has been designed to get your hardware/software prototype up and running quickly and smoothly with a variety of easily interchangeable sensor packages. Offering the same wireless connectivity choices as the Koala Connect, many Yulo Connect and BLE devices can be connected together to create a IoT sensor network. Get your IoT project up and running with reduced risk and start publishing sensor data to the cloud in minutes with the support of our MQTT demo application.
Yulo Connect sensor modules work on a I2C bus using standard header connectors to enable easy interchangeability. Its open design allows for easy integration with sensor boards of your own design or ours, we have many sensor boards available which covers most popular sensor types you may find in a embedded IoT product.
Yulo Sensor Modules
Yulo Connect Carrier
ST STM32F412, TI MSP432P4111.
TI WL1831MOD / WL1837MOD 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz -96.3dBm RX Sensitivity STA, AP & Wi-Fi Direct Modes (same as Clarinox Koala Connect)
TI WL1831MOD / WL1837MOD Dual-mode Bluetooth & Bluetooth Low Energy Bluetooth v4.1 Compliance and CSA2 Support Host Controller Interface (HCI) Transport for Bluetooth Over UART (same as Clarinox Koala Connect)
ADC, GPIO, I2C, I2S, SPI, UART, USB (same as Clarinox Koala Connect)
S25FL064LABNFI043 nonvolatile 64Mb flash memory, MCP73831T-2DCI/OTCT-ND LiPo Charger
25mm(W) x 55mm(L) x 8-30mm(H)
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