Arduino has this week announced the addition of a new development board to its Arduino AtHeart Program in the form of the Arduino friendly Goblin 2 development board from Mexican startup VERSE Technology.
GOBLIN 2 can be programmed using the Arduino IDE as well as Atmel Studio, by simply uploading your code to the board via micro USB, and begin exploring the Internet of Things.
GOBLIN 2 is equipped with six analog and 10 digital ports (half of them work as PWM), and offers 24V, 5V and 3.3V voltage outputs. The board is powered by a LiPo battery, which can be charged through micro-USB or solar cell thanks to its built-in battery management system. ERSE Technology CEO Aaron Benitez explains :
We are developing technology to monitor and control the billions of present and future Internet of Things-ready devices. GOBLIN 2 is a board that allows our users to measure parameters like temperature, humidity, position, and others in remote locations. We have designed it in a way that it can easily work with industrial sensors and other applications such as telemetry, weather, GPS systems, and more.
For more information on the new Goblin 2 IoT development board jump over to the official VERSE Technology website for details by following the link below.
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