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JeeNode Zero

Friday, December 23rd, 2016

JeeLabs has been working on a new board called JeeNode Zero: Enter the STM32, the 32-bit ARM series from STMicroelectronics which has been around for several years, with new chip releases at a breathtaking pace. While most of the more advanced chips are only available in 64-, 100-, or even 144-pin...

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Homebrew wireless security system

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

In a previous post we covered the security node that Ken from OverEngineered was building to replace the proprietary home security system in his house. Ken has updated us on the project's status. "I finally got the final version of that node installed and running my home's security system. It's...

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Posted in code, DIY, open source, security, wireless | 1 Comment »

JeeLabs JeeNode combines Arduino, RF

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

JeeLabs has a product known as the JeeNode v5, which is essentially a miniature Arduino (Atmega328p) board with an onboard RFM12B wireless module. Boards are available with the serial interface (shown above) as well as USB. You can buy the kit directly from JeeLabs, or build your own using the...

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Posted in Arduino, RF, wireless | 4 Comments »

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