The Start Set is the best way to get started with the HARDWARIO TOWER IoT kit. It will allow you to wirelessly trigger actions, send temperature and device orientation. It communicates wirelessly and lasts up to 2 years on standard alkaline batteries.
Industrial IoT Kit
HARDWARIO TOWER is an industrial kit that makes it easy to build IoT projects. It is particularly suitable for Industry 4.0 pilots, active STEM education and smart home projects. The assembled sensors, detectors and actuators have low power consumption and can run on batteries for several years.
The Start Set is the best way to get started with the HARDWARIO TOWER IoT kit. It will allow you to wirelessly trigger actions, send temperature and device orientation. Start Set contains:
- Radio Dongle,
- Core Module,
- Button Module,
- Mini Battery Module,
- 2 AAA bateries,
- 3D-printed enclosure,
- rubber bands.
The basic function of this kit is a button, but because the Core Module is also equipped with a 3-axis accelerometer and digital thermometer, there are a variety of projects you can do with the kit. You can find the basic projects on the web, and more at hackster.io.
For the Start Set, we have prepared a sample STEM education lesson for primary and secondary schools and after-school clubs.
The kit includes the HARDWARIO Playground app, which can be downloaded for Window, MacOS and Linux computers. With the application, you connect the assembled devices to the created radio network, set the purpose of each device according to the selected firmware and add the required functions using the Node-RED application.
The entire kit is open-source and supports integrations with popular platforms such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Ubidots, Blynk, IFTTT, Amazon Alexa, Google Home or Apple HomeKit.
More about Core Module
|MCU||32-bit ARM Cortex M0+ STM32L083CZ|
|Radio communication||SPIRIT1 868 or 915 MHz|
|Memory||192 kB flash / 20 kB RAM|
|Voltage range||from 2V to 3.6V|
|Idle consumption||< 30 μA|
|Operating temperature range||from -40 to +70 °C|
|Dimensions||33 mm (width) × 55 mm (height)|
|Interfaces||18× GPIO, 3× UART, 2× I2C
1× SPI, 5× ADC, 2× DAC,
10 pins SWD connector for debugging
|Uploaded firmware in this set|