Connectivity is central to the design of Kinoma Element, with Wi-Fi g/n integrated into the microcontroller, which also reduces the device’s size and power consumption.
Kinoma Element is endlessly configurable. With 16 programmable pins, Kinoma Element works with off-the-shelf sensors, lights, motors, and actuators. Its enclosure can be removable, and – along with the PCB board design – is open source for customizability.
Kinoma Element illustrates how little space is required to run the full ES6 language on extremely constrained devices, and the possibilities of adding Wi-Fi and end-user scripting to any product.
Kinoma Element is designed for projects, prototypes, and products. It runs FreeRTOS ported onto a 200 MHz ARM Cortex M4 from Marvell’s microcontroller line, which has been adopted by numerous companies for IoT products including August, Blossom, iHome, Rheem, Whirlpool, and Xiaomi.
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