• FISHINO REV. 2 board

      Our Fishino boards are evolving, acquiring new and exciting features and functionalities. The renewal starts with UNO and MEGA. We are now going to explain to you what has changed.   In the previous article, we...

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  • Piranha: a new Arduino like board with a 32bit core, wifi, battery and more

        Just over a year ago we have introduced our first Arduino-like 32-bit board, called Fishino32 which was characterized by the format of the widespread Arduino UNO (but also of the Fishino UNO), although equipped with a...

    • Posted 11 months ago
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  • FISH&GO! A WiFi Rover controlled by Blynk APP

      Based on the Fishino UNO board, a simple and funny project to join practicality and fun together. We are going to build a robot on wheels controlled from the “Blynk” app and we are going to...

    • Posted 12 months ago
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  • DevDuino: the Arduino-compatible board with plenty of must-have features

    DevDuino is an Arduino compatible with a U-shaped PCB that lets you add mezzanine shields on the bottom using male headers. The DevDuino starts with a 16MHz ATMEGA32U4 MCU with 2.5KB SRAM and 32KB flash. There’s also a...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • A 32-BIT FISHINO! WiFi, SD card, RTC, audio codec, LiPo and more…

      Our prototyping board acquires a 32-bit processor and sets the bar high, towards demanding applications that may take full advantage of the WiFi support, of the RTC and of the SD-Card, that make Fishino stand out...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • A 32-BIT FISHINO board for your powerful IoT!

      Our prototyping board acquires a 32-bit processor and sets the bar high, towards demanding applications that may take full advantage of the WiFi support, of the RTC and of the SD-Card, that make Fishino stand out...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Internet Of Things? Fishino!

    Fishino is a prototyping board 100% compatible with Arduino, but with greatly enhanced capabilities. You can use Fishino boards exactly like their Arduino counterparts. To use the enanced functionalities available on Fishino’s you’ll find software libraries in...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • A RTC SHIELD for Arduino and Raspberry Pi, second part

      Let’s see how to use this shield along with Raspberry Pi, by means of a dedicated library.   In the last installment we gave readers description of a new RTCC shield, based on the MCP79410 integrated...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • A RTC SHIELD for Arduino and Raspberry Pi

      Let’s use a new Real Time Clock by Microchip, by making it available on a shield for two prototyping boards. First Installment.   Many applications require an hourly information, that is locally obtained by means of...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Introducing the Intel D2000 Quark Microcontroller Developer Kit

    The density of the microcontroller universe continues to increase. New entries appear regularly. Some seem to disappear quickly while others continue with a loyal, albeit sparse, following. A few have a significant and enduring impact. The new...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Fish’n Tweets

      With this project we’ll show a practical application of our Fishino board that allows a very simple and cheap way to control remote appliances as lamps, heaters, climatizers, alarms, etc. The peculiarity of our system is...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Fishino: let’s look inside the features

    In this second “episode” (here the first one), we will go deeply inside Fishino features, showing the main libraries and code sketches.   In the last post we have presented the Fishino UNO board, compatible with Arduino UNO...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Arduino WiFi Shield 101 available in USA

    Arduino WiFi Shield 101 is available now on store at about $49.90. Nice module very useful for all the IoT developers! If you want more (like an RTC and microSD support) and cheaper, don’t miss our FISHINO...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • LEWE: the biometric wristband

    The Lewe project aims to collect and use available technologies to make a low cost idea that is applicable to all sectors using sensors for data collection. This project goal is the development of a communication protocol,...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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