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A Field Scout and a Lead Scout: Your first troop, ready to go exploring! Just follow our super-quick setup process to give these Scouts names and a WiFi connection, and you have your own Internet of Things in five minutes. Comes with one USB cable. Originally $197.
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The Arduino-compatible atomic unit of Pinoccio: Every Field Scout can talk to any other Field Scout via radio (up to about 10m away). The built-in temperature sensor and RGB LED are perfect for starter projects. Originally $59.
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Check in with your Scouts remotely: Just one Lead Scout (a Field Scout with a WiFi backpack) provides your whole troop with Internet connectivity. Interact with them from our online HQ, or build your own utility! Originally $138.
Turn any Field Scout into a Lead Scout: This little backpack enables you to unite any number of individual boards into a troop (mesh network). Originally $79.
Get building with external sensors and displays! Plug them in or solder them on to create swappable hardware interfaces. Comes with two long headers.
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Time to get messy! Create jumper-friendly extensions, and experiment without messing up your Scouts. Comes with 2 headers as a set.
Keep one topped up at home while the others are out on adventures. A truly wireless system doesn't want to stay plugged in, and an extra battery gives you maximum uptime. This battery has a 1C rating, if you care about that type of thing.
This here is a 6 inch (15 cm) micro-USB cable. Use this sucker to charge up your Scouts.
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