IoT starter kits

The IoT Quick Start family includes the impAccelerator Solution Kits, impExplorer Kits, and Breakout Boards for various IoT applications.

02/08/2017


The IoT Quick Start family includes the impAccelerator Solution Kits, impExplorer Kits, and Breakout Boards for various IoT applications. Courtesy: Electric ImpThe IoT Quick Start family from Electric Imp includes the impAccelerator Solution Kits, impExplorer Kits, and Breakout Boards. The impAccelerator Solution Kits expedite development of complex, secure IoT cloud and edge applications and devices. The FieldBus Gateway is designed for HVAC control and monitoring, predictive maintenance, lighting controls, factory automation, and other industrial control systems. The Wireless Communications Gateway is an alternative to Linux wireless gateways which help improve security. The Battery Powered Sensor Node provides secure environmental monitoring with 4 built-in sensors for applications such as commercial refrigeration, stores, or transport. The Breakout Boards provide power to the imp-authorized hardware module and expose the available interfaces on the module for quick prototyping and characterization in real-world device, cloud, and mobile applications. The impExplorer Kits help software developers learn about - or train others - on connecting to the IoT using the imp platform without needing to breadboard or add an additional component.

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