Sensything

Sense anything, with this single-board solution to multi-sensor data acquisition, processing and connectivity through WiFi and Bluetooth.

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First, there was the thing, and then there was the Internet of things, now Sensything allows you to “make sense” of the IoT by allowing you to connect any sensor and make meaning out of the sensor data.

No coding? No Problem ! No soldering? No problem. With support for a drag-and-drop, blocks-based programming environment in addition to Arduino and ESP-IDF programmability, any kind of user with varying levels of coding ability can use Sensything. The use of Qwiic compatible connectors allows soldering-free prototyping.

Sensything ticks all the right boxes for features desirable by users from R&D engineers and scientists to education, teaching, and of course hobbyists and hackers.

Key features

  • ESP32-based dual-core microcontroller
  • On board 24 bit low-noise ADC - ADS1220
  • On-board 5V, low-ripple power source for powering up more sensors from a single Li-Ion battery
  • Integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
  • 2x Sparkfun Qwiic compatible connectors for added extensibility
  • On-board prototyping area to do some soldering if required
  • Drag-and-drop visual programming environment based on Blockly with over-the-air programming

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