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ATmega328V running at 8MHz
Lithium Polymer battery compatible
Includes a charge circuit over USB
An XBee socket is available on the bottom of the board
RoHS compliant

Arduino Fio

Product Code : RB-Spa-418

ATmega328V running at 8MHz
Lithium Polymer battery compatible
Includes a charge circuit over USB
An XBee socket is available on the bottom of the board
RoHS compliant

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ATmega328V running at 8MHz
Lithium Polymer battery compatible
Includes a charge circuit over USB
An XBee socket is available on the bottom of the board
RoHS compliant

The SFE Arduino Fio is a board designed by Shigeru Kobayashi, based on the original design from LilyPad. The SFE Arduino Fio is a toolkit to sketch your idea physically, and consists of software libraries and hardware. By using this, the user can interface to sensors and/or actuators with various programming languages such as ActionScript 3, Processing, and Ruby. The Arduino Fio is compatible with Funnel. It has connections for a Lithium Polymer battery and includes a charge circuit over USB. An XBee socket is available on the bottom of the board. The FIO has been designed to be wirelessly reprogrammable.

SFE Arduino Fio

Features:
ATmega328V running at 8MHz
 Arduino Bootloader
 XBee socket
Lithium Polymer battery compatible
MAX1555 LiPo Charger
Reset button
On/Off Switch
Status/Charge/RSSI LEDs

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Eagle Files

Supplier Product Code

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DEV-10116


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Works fine with XBee Pro (62mW)

Review by David
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I've got it working fine with an XBee Pro radio (62mW). This unit plus an XBee plus a cheap LiPo battery makes a great sensor unit in a small package.

(Posted on 8/11/14)

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