Category Archives: IoT

1.8V or 3.3V ?

Is it better to run CC2650, CC2640, CC1350 or CC1310 SoCs from Texas Instruments keeping in mind ultra low power and utilizing energy harvesting at 1.8V (but consume larger current) or at higher voltages (like 3.3V ) but consume lesser … Continue reading

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Self Sustained Wireless Sensor Node for IoT

Finally after through testing i stacked all the modules on top of each other and…… boy, don’t they look pretty 😛  (video coming soon!!) Visit the Hackster.io project page or my GitHub Project page to access the schematic, layout, Energia … Continue reading

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Energy Harvesting Shields for WiFi Micro – Part 2

I finally received the components form element14 and in a couple of days i also soldered the ics and the passives etc and did some preliminary tests. I am delighted to tell you that the preliminary tests were a success. … Continue reading

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Running CC3200 on LiPo using TP4056

Looking at the User’s guide its quite clear that you can run CC3200 on 2xAA or 2xAAA batteries and of course on 5v. But it is not exactly clear if it is SAFE to run it on 3.7-4.2 v from … Continue reading

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