NODE is small larger than the C-cell battery pack, the basic module’s sensors incorporate a 3-axis accelerometer, magnetometer plus gyroscope, along with output gadgets comprising a audio buzzer and also 2 dimmable blue LEDs. NODE has also module ports in the back, to support many some other compatible sensors. Such as the Oxa module, which serves as the sensor for multiple gases; the actual Clima module, that measures barometric pressure, wind speed, temperatures, plus moisture; and also, the 8-LED Luma module, that delivers flashlight-type illumination with user-specified powers or even blinking patterns.
This also offers 2 MB of memory, plus a micro USB port for executing software improvements, and charging the lithium-polymer battery pack. This battery pack has been said to offer 12 to 14 hrs with functioning period, along with constant Bluetooth data transmitting and also reception – any connected smart phone or even PC is available far away up to 50 meters.
Park Hyun Jin
Future technology 2011