Evaluation Board Supports Wireless Sensors And Actuators

Evaluation Board Supports Wireless Sensors And Actuators
Farsens S.L.

The Spider evaluation board is tailored to test the ANDY100 energy harvesting chip with RFID EPC C1G2 wireless communication and SPI master. The chip harvests radio-frequency energy from commercial UHF RFID readers and communicates with them using EPC C1G2 standard commands. It includes an SPI master to drive sensors while keeping the tag plus sensor device battery-free. The Spider board includes the ANDY100 chip and a start-up circuit to allow developers to work directly with SPI sensors or connect a microcontroller of their choice for further processing. Spider can also be used to test multiple sensors, actuators, or other devices. A datasheet is available at http://www.farsens.com/media/files/PB-SPIDER-V02.pdf

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