Nanode: networked Arduino node

Posted on Sunday, May 1st, 2011 in Arduino, demonstrations, sensors by the machinegeek

Nanode is a low cost Arduino-like sensor node board intended for web connectivity applications. It allows you to develop web based sensor and control systems – giving you web access to six analogue sensor lines and six digital I/O lines. The schematic and other details can be found on the project’s Thingiverse page. The code can be found here.

This is an open source project conceived, designed, manufactured and coded by London Hackspace members.

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2 Responses to “Nanode: networked Arduino node”

  1. mnlgarbe says:

    Nice. I was looking for something similar just today
    Really interesting Pachube

  2. PhilipG says:

    I like how you combine the microcontrollers (that are sort of rivals).This makes it cheaper than to use a wiznet chip and makes it very cool!

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