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Some of you will remember how about 8 months ago I had a daft idea to
make some open source hardware - that would be cool for hackspaces to
Well, yesterday I found out that Nanode has been nominated an award for the Best Internet of Things Open Source Project 2011.
From it's humble beginnings at London Hackspace, Nanode has come a
long way - with over 1600 of the original units sold and branching out
into two new complimentary new boards with low power wireless fitted.
First we have Nanode RF with realtime clock and a micro SD card holder
Secondly is our Standalone Node - WiNode, also with a
RTC and a high power H bridge IC for driving 2 dc motors or relays.
Both come in kit form - but we also have some pre-assembled Nanode RF units for those who would prefer not to solder.
We also have a very low cost programming cable - just £5 ( 6 euros, $8)
- customised with Nanode - to replace the over priced FTDI cable.
Here's an opportunity for Nanode users to support their home-grown product - and help vote for it in this weeks Award
We have a new website and online store underway - but for the moment
has the recent details - or you can find them on my
More details here of the products.
You can now contact us at our new email address nanode...@gmail.com
Thanks for your appreciation - and Happy Christmas
Ken Boak - and everyone on the Nanode Team