In this article we’re back to give you more on the new WisBlock modules! Click. Code. Connect. away with 4 new modules that extend the capabilities of your IoT projects.
Bernd is a Product Manager at RAKwireless. An electrical engineer he has 23 years experience in industrial automotive HW and SW R&D. He has been supporting the Arduino open source community since 2014
Datacake is a multi-purpose, low-code IoT platform that makes it quite easy to create a custom IoT application. I wanted to give it a try for a simple visualization of my WisBlock Environment application.
In this article we’re back to give you more on the new WisBlock modules! Click. Code. Connect. away with 5 more of the latest additions to the product line opening up more possibilities for your future or existing IoT solutions:
Get the latest insider scoop on the 14 newly launched WisBlock modules with our 3-part blog series giving you extensive info, ideal use cases, and more!
Spring launch event has started and it brings you a bunch of new WisBlock modules. We are sure that they will be very helpful in your next IoT adventures.
While the WisBlock Core RAK4631 is built on the low power Nordic nRF52840 MCU and the low power LoRa® transceiver Semtech SX1262, having both of them active all the time is not ideal for battery-supplied solutions.
WisBlock is growing fast with more and more available IO and Sensor modules. But there might be reasons that you need a variation that is not (yet) available from RAK.
WisBlock, the modular product series of the leading IoT solutions provider, RAKwireless, is now in the market. You can now separate and recombine hardware parts only by hand.
If you want to meet like-minded people, be ahead in innovation, and play around with the latest technologies, then the WisBlock beta testing is the next opportunity for you.
Apply now for the beta testing of WisBlock, the highly anticipated modular product series of RAKwireless! Experience its modularity in hardware and software before anyone else.