Similar specs to the Arduino Mega, but with built-in mesh networking, web-connectivity over WiFi, and rechargeable batteries Pinoccio's go to 11.
- Atmel ATmega256RFR2 with built-in radio
- 16MHz MCU
- 256k Flash
- 32k SRAM
- 8k EEPROM
- 1.8 - 3.3 volt power
- 2.4GHz using 802.15.4
- Wireless, over-the-air programming
- Web connectivity via the Wi-Fi Backpack
- Rechargeable LiPo battery (550mAh)
- Charges via micro USB
- Ability to check battery voltage from the microcontroller via a low-power fuel gauge IC.
- You'll also be able to log into your account to check battery levels.
- Minimum: 28 hours - With the MCU and radio running non-stop at full power
- Maximum: Well over a year - With the MCU and radio asleep
This power usage data is preliminary, and hasn’t been finalized yet.
- 17 digital I/O pins, including four with PWM
- 8 analog input pins
- 2 hardware UART serial ports
- Hardware SPI port
- Dedicated I2C port
- Micro USB port for charging and programming
Sensors & Other Goodies
- On-board temperature sensor
- On-board RGB LED
- External switch support for custom enclosures
- ICSP support for low-level programming
- Open-source hardware including Eagle files, bill of materials, and bootloader
Field Scout Dimensions
- Inches: 2" x 1" x 0.5" roughly
- Millimeters: 53 x 25 x 12mm roughly