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The Node.IT family of boards is built around the ESP8266 WiFi micro controller. Around it we have built a number of extremely small expansion boards, we call 'em +One modules, and they will allow you to create exciting IoT applications in no time.

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A more comprehensive description of the Node.IT concept.

The controller modules

Esp-210-1-iso.png ESP320 - ESP32 based WiFi/Bluetooth processor module
An ESP32 based processor board, with 16Mbyte FLASH, 520KByte SRAM and a USB interface on just 27.5 x 17.8 mm's
Esp-210-1-iso.png ESP210 - ESP8266 based WiFi processor module
An ESP8266 processor board, with 4Mbyte FLASH and USB interface on just 27.5 x 17.8 mm's
Espd21-iso1-1024.JPG ESPD21 - An Atmel SAMD21 Cortex-M0 based module
An SAMD21 based processor module with 256KByte FLASH, 32KByte RAM, USB interface on 25.5 x 17.8 mm

The stackable +One modules

BatOne-2-iso.png BatOne - Li Ion battery charger and DC buck regulator
Want to run your system on Li Ion batteries ? Then this is the +One module for you
EnvironOne-2-iso.png EnvironOne - Light, Humidity, Temperature and barometric pressure all in one
This +One module comes with an OPT3001 and a BME280 sensor. Perfect for room monitoring
Io4One-1-iso.png Io4One - 4 GPIO lines
This +One gives you an additional 4 GPIO lines. All are programmable to input or output and can generate an interrupt.
Adc4One-1-iso.png Adc4One - 4 channels 12/16-bit Analog Inputs
In need of more analog inputs ? This module adds 4 12 bit analog inputs to your system.
RtcOne-1-iso.png RtcOne - Battery backed up Real Time Clock
This is a pretty standard RTC module but it comes with a 64-bit unique ID that you can use to identify your system.
Fet4one-iso1-900.JPG FET4One - 4 channel MOSFET driver board
This is a simple 4 channel MOSFET board that can be used to drive simple motors, relays etc.
Sdone.png SdOne - SD Card reader
Connects an SD card to your system. This module contains an SD card socket that connects to the SPI interface of the Node.IT stack controller.
ProtoOne-iso1-825.png ProtoOne - Simple prototype module
A +One module that can be used to build you own designs. Stacks like all other +One modules and comes with a 6-pin JST +One expansion connector.

Under Development
10DOFOne-0.1-overview.png 10DOFOne - A 10 degrees of freedom board
A state of the art 10 degrees of freedom module designed for the Node.IT stack.
Question-mark-stockimage.jpg MotorOne - Addressable 2 channel Motor Driver
A 2 channel DC motor driver that can drive two DC motors or one stepper motor.
Question-mark-stockimage.jpg GprsOne - GPRS modem module
A GPRS modem module that will allow your system to connect to any GPRS network in the world.
BlueOne-overview.png BlueOne - BLE Bluetooth module

The Workstation boards

Workstation-1-iso.png Workstation40 - 40 pin DIP base board for the ESP210 module
This base board looks like a 40 pin DIP micro controller and gives you extra digital and analog functions.


An example on how a few Node.IT boards can be used to monitor the environment of a room.