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RFM12Pi V2 – Raspberry Pi wireless expansion board

Posted on Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 in R-Pi by DP

RFM12PiV2_Pi

Glyn Hudson over at OpenEnergyMonitor posted an update on the RFM12Pi Raspberry Pi wireless expansion board:

Here is the latest version of the RFM12Pi Raspberry Pi wireless expansion board. Like the V1 the RFM12Pi V2 allows the Raspberry Pi to receive and transmit data via RFM12B 433/868mhz from and to other wireless nodes such as the emonTx, emonGLCD and Remote Temperature nodes.

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