Demonstrating your Internet of Things (IoT) cloud application has never been easier! A new addition to the SimpleLink™ SensorTag family, our SimpleLink Wi-Fi® CC3200 SensorTag kit enables developers to connect to the cloud faster and easier than before.
Available now, the SimpleLink Wi-Fi SensorTag kit leverages our low-power SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 device, the industry’s first wireless microcontroller (MCU) to be Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ at the chip level. This low-power technology enables the SensorTag to be powered only by AAA batteries and makes it an optimal demo platform for battery-operated applications.
Our new Wi-Fi SensorTag kit has ready to use design files to speed up prototyping of your IoT application. Users can get started instantly without having to go through standard development board setup. With many out-of-the-box capabilities and a free iOS or Android™ app, there is no programming experience required to start using the SensorTag kit. Simply download the free mobile app to get started in minutes!
The Wi-Fi SensorTag kit can connect to any Wi-Fi network, no gateway needed, and was designed for easy provisioning and connection to the IBM Quickstart cloud.
The SimpleLink Wi-Fi SensorTag kit has 10 integrated low-power MEMS sensors that enable developers to collect and store a wide range of data in the cloud. Supported sensors include ambient light, magnetic sensor, humidity, pressure, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, object temperature and ambient temperature. Learn more about these sensors here.
Order your SimpleLink Wi-Fi SensorTag kit today to get instantly connected to the cloud.
You can jumpstart the design of your IoT application with the SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 LaunchPad development kit. This board can be directly connected to a PC with Code Composer Studio™ cloud integrated development environment (IDE) and IAR Embedded workbench. Visit dev.ti.com and get started today.
Hmm, the sensortag is here, got one, but where is the extensive documentation and where is the forum for it?
“Hi Wolfgang, glad you received your Sensor Tag. At this link(www.ti.com/.../cc3200stk-wifimk Documents) you should be able to find technical documentation and if you have specific questions you can post them here on the E2E forum (e2e.ti.com/.../simplelink_wifi_cc31xx_cc32xx).”
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