Digi-Key ready to ship the mangOH Red open source hardware platform
Available through Digi-Key Electronics, the credit card sized platform includes all of the building blocks needed to prototype and test ideas in days instead of months, with minimal investment. mangOH Red designs can then be modified and repurposed for mass production using its industrial-grade components and applications developed in the Legato open source Linux platform. Talon Communications is producing the mangOH Red and IoT Expansion cards for use with the Red, including a CAN, Ethernet and Wi-Fi/BT expansion card.
What is mangOH:
mangOH™ is a family of open source hardware platforms for the Internet-of-Things (IoT) that turn your ideas into commercial products quickly by delivering 90% of your prototype out-of-the-box.
Following the successful first mangOH Green edition, mangOH Red focuses on low power and miniaturization. It features a snap-in socket to add any CF3-compatible modules, including wireless modules (2G to 4G & LTE-M/NB-IoT) to achieve up to 10 years of battery life, built-in Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.2 BLE with an ARM Cortex-M4 core to provide real-time access to I/O, a built-in accelerometer, gyroscope, temperature and pressure sensors, as well as a light sensor and a 26-pin Raspberry Pi compatible connector.
An IoT expansion card slot allows users to plug in any technology based on the IoT Connector open standard. The card comes with a Sierra Wireless Smart SIM with up to 100 MB free data, depending on region, and can also be used with any commercially available SIM. The card is easy to connect to the AirVantage IoT Platform to create, deploy and manage solutions in the cloud, it can also connect to other cloud platforms.
mangOH – www.mangoh.io
Digi-Key Electronics – www.digikey.com