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We are excited to launch the XinaBox IoT Starter Kit, powered by Zerynth

Posted by Daniel Berman on

XinaBox has partnered with Zerynth (www.zerynth.com) to deliver a revolutionary IoT kit, which dramatically simplifies building electronic devices. By combining modular electronics with an ecosystem of software tools in Python, we aim to dramatically cut development time, speed to market, and costs. The XK12 - IoT Starter Kit, powered by Zerynth, consists of the following: 1 x AH01 - SHA-256 Hardware Encryption (ATECC508A) 1 x CW02 - Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Core (ESP-WROOM-32) 1 x IP01 - USB Programming Interface (FT232R) 1 x OC03 - Relay Out (PCA9554A) 1 x SW01 - Advanced Weather Sensor (BME280) 1 x XC10 - 10-Pack xBUS Connectors 1 x Zerynth Starter FreeRTOS license Description:  AH01...

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XinaBox and Zerynth announce partnership

Posted by Daniel Berman on

Released by Zerynth today: We are glad to announce our new technological partnership with XinaBox, the innovative manufacturer of modular electronics for developing, creating products and learning. XinaBox has selected Zerynth to assist them in bringing their versatile development boards to the Cloud. Considering how advantageous the Zerynth software ecosystem is, with its simplicity and efficiency – it allows developers to make their objects smart and connected with just a few lines of code. Likewise, XinaBox’s modular hardware allows users to assemble an electronic circuit in minutes, and without soldering, wiring or hardware knowledge. We are confident that this partnership...

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XinaBox now listed globally with RS Components

Posted by Daniel Berman on

We are delighted to announce that we are now listed globally with RS Components, making it easier for customers to buy our full product range for IoT rapid prototyping and learning.Looking forward to the partnership with RS and the DesignSpark community. https://uk.rs-online.com/web/generalDisplay.html?id=footer1/release/180712_xinabox_modules_uk

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Getting Started

Posted by Bjarke Gotfredsen on

Covers everything you need to build your first circuit: 1. Choosing xChips, 2. Assembly, 3. Programming. Enjoy!

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XinaBox featured by Simon Gosling and Unruly Home

Posted by Daniel Berman on

Thanks to Simon Gosling at Unruly Home for featuring XinaBox for their Facebook live event on Friday. See the video here: https://vimeo.com/266091164

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