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- Posted 4 years ago
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BLYST Nano is a new tiny ARM Cortex-M4F module which has been created offering Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, Bluetooth Mesh and 30 input and outputs. The module is now available to purchase on crowdsupply priced from $17 with...
- Posted 5 years ago
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- Posted 6 years ago