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SīnWaves CC1310 Energy Harvesting Sensor Kit

SīnWaves CC1310 Energy Harvesting Sensor Kit
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Progress

400% Funded
400% Funded
3 Backers
Ended 6 Months Ago

$130.00
+ shipping

4 reserved of 1 minimum
Limited quantity of 80 available!

Product Details

Name
SīnWaves CC1310 Energy Harvesting Sensor Kit
Brand/Manufacturer
TI and SinWaves
Mfr. Part #
TIDA-00488 / WIth minor Changes
Product Description

The TIDA-00488 TI Design demonstrates an ultra-low power and a renewable method of wireless environmental sensing using daylight energy harvesting with an extremely long backup battery life. This design uses Texas Instruments’ ultra-low power harvester power management; SimpleLink™ ultra-low power sub-1 GHz wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform; and ambient light, humidity, and temperature sensing technologies to achieve continuous monitoring while the energy harvesting circuit is active and interrupt monitoring when running from the backup battery.

We at SinWaves are creating a network and want to evaluate the BQ25505 with a CC1310 and felt other makers, engineers, and tinkers would too!

We want do a PCBA run of these boards in the next month and would like your help buy buying some for your own development! Remember you will need a debugger to program these boards. Link to Mouser

You will also need more than one CC1310 that you can program to create a wireless network.
http://www.ti.com/tool/launchxl-cc1310 You can use one of these to be a base station.

You can also order more than one of these lovely sensor nodes and create any size network you would like.

Please let me know if you would like more information I'm happy to answer questions, and I can update that information on this page and our website. www.SinWaves.com

You can also read more about this design at http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/tidub22b/tidub22b.pdf

This is TI's Website with their design notes, note that this design has been changed a bit to accept other solar cells, and also has more CC1310 pin's broken out.
http://www.ti.com/tool/TIDA-00488?keyMatch=TIDA%2000488&tisearch=Search-EN-Everything#Technical_Documents

Why GroupGet?

We at SinWaves are creating a network and want to evaluate the BQ25505 and felt other makers, engineers, and tinkers would too! As we are placing a PCBA order and have a minimum number we have to order to make anything cost effective and don't need the entire order felt we should share the technology with other!

Purchase Information

Unit Deliverable
Each order gets a fully built tested PCBA
Unit Price
$130.00
Campaign Part #
GG-P-301
Availability
Not available / campaign funded, end date: Sat, 29 Apr 2017 15:36:00 -0700
Factory Lead Time

3 Weeks


Options and Add-Ons

JTAG Debugger

$115.35

You will need a TI JTAG Debugger. http://www.ti.com/tool/MSP-FET#2

You only need one to program the baords. If you alrady have a TI JTAG interface you dont need to buy another. If you don't have one you have a few option.

You can buy on on Digikey https://www.digikey.com/products/en?mpart=MSP-FET&v=296

Or order one from us, we just buy them from digikey and the price is same regardless of volume.

JTAG to Board Adapter

$20.00

We use a common 2X5 pin interface to save space on the PCBA. This does mean that you will not be able to connect the JTAG debugger directly to the board and program it an dwill need this cable and adapter to jump between the two.

How it works

This is a group buy campaign that needs to acquire at least the stated minimum amount of pledges from backers like you before the Unit Deliverable and any Add-Ons ship. We do not charge anyone until the Progress above hits 100% or greater, otherwise there is no charge. All campaign products are vetted as existing and functional so your order will be fulfilled within the Factory Lead Time if the campaign succeeds. Please see our FAQ page for more details on our billing process.

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    Nicholas Johnson

    I have just created the GroupGet for SīnWaves CC1310 Energy Harvesting Sensor Kit!

    Post last edited: 6 months ago