Includes ARM7 EJ-S™, GSM, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth BR/EDR/BLE, GPS, Audio codec, and SD card connector on a single development board
Pin-out similar to Arduino boards, including Digital I/O, Analog I/O, PWM, I2C, SPI, UART and power supply, compatible with Grove 4-pin interface
Provides various interfaces for connecting to most sensors, peripherals, Groves, and other widgets
You are what you wear. Using LinkIt ONE together with MediaTek LinkIt SDK (for Arduino) you will be able to easily turn your ideas into practical prototypes and make them a reality with the Seeed productization and agile manufacturing service.
What is LinkIt ONE
The LinkIt ONE development board is an open source, high-performance board for prototyping Wearables and IoT devices. It's based on the world's leading SoC for Wearables, MediaTek Aster (MT2502) combined with high-performance Wi-Fi (MT5931) and GPS (MT3332) chipsets to provide you with access to all the features of MediaTek LinkIt. It also provides similar pin-out features to Arduino boards, making it easy for you to connect to various sensors, peripherals, and Arduino shields.
LinkIt ONE is a co-design product by Seeed Studio and MediaTek. It brings together the parties' knowledge in open hardware and industry-leading reference designs for Wearables and IoT devices to create this powerful development board.
|PCB Size||Dimensions||3.3 x 2.1 inches|
|Power||Battery Jack||3.7~4.2V Li-battery|
|DC Current Per I/O Pin||0.3~3mA|
|Digital IO Pins||Pin Count||16|
(D0~D13, SDA, SCL)
|Analog Input Pins||Pin Count||3|
(A0, A1, A2)
|PWM Output Pins||Pin Count||2|
(D3 and D9)
|Frequency (Resolution)||1.6KHz (13bit)|
|External Interrupts||Pin Count||2|
(D2 and D3)
|Speed||100Kbps, 400Kbps, 3.4Mbps|
(MOSI, MISO, SCK, SS)
|UART on USB||Set Count||1|
|Bluetooth||BR/EDR/BLE (Dual Mode)|
|Wi-Fi (MT5931)||802.11 b/g/n|
|SD Card||Up to 32GB (Class 10)|
|Executable Size||RAM (Code+RO+RW+ZI+Heap)||2MB|
LinkIt ONE is built to offer similar pin-out to the popular Arduino boards ,4-pin grove interfaces and peripheral interfaces, making it easy to add sensors, peripherals, and Arduino Shields to LinkIt ONE and create fully featured wearable and IoT device prototypes. Here you can reach some widgets to have a comprehensive understanding of this platform, and we will develop more one after another.
|Sidekick Basic kit for LinkIt ONE|
LinkIt ONE is paicked in the protective box, along with a quick start guide, pin-out diagram relevant user mannual and accessories. The box is designed to protect the LinkIt ONE from can prevent the shocks and impact. And for retailer which you may hang on the box in your a physical store, the box may include with a pendant from which it can be hung for display.
|Box||LinkIt ONE Board||Antenna||Polymer li-ion Battery|
Kindly contact the mediatek for SDK support.
Hi, is this board CE and FCC approved?
Hi,Dear.Your idea is theoretically feasible.But you should compile a program to show the change of speed data on LED Bar.
In the box the GPS antenna, WIFI antenna ed GSM antenna area included?? It's possibile to recharge the LiPo battery from external solar panel ?? Thanks Luca
Hi there, it is digital module. You can go to WIKI page to view demo code.
Which Linkit one SDK firmware is shipped with Board?
SDK in the board shipped is 1.0.38, please update the firmware when you get the board, thanks.
Is 2G voice calls supported?
yes, support and only support 2G voice.
It's a very good Open Hardware board! For the board software, is it Open Source or not? Does the LinkIt ONE IDE (https://github.com/Seeed-Studi... include all the source code
Hi, the LinkIt SDK is open source. The RTOS inside LinkIt OS is Nucleus. It is released in binary format (within the firmware) and will not be open-sourced.
I can't open the LinkIt ONE hardware schematic and pcb file (LinkIt ONE_v1.0.sch & LinkIt ONE_v1.0.brd), I'm using Cadence Allegro16.5. Is there anybody to open this hardware design document successfully? If yes, please share me which software is need
Please use Cadsoft Eagle to view the hardware design;
Thanks. The Eagle works well to view it.
It has nucleus RTOS right? so can we develop gui using QT
Yes, we use nucleus RTOS, but there is no QT module in it, so you can't use QT.
Can GUI be developed? If yes, how? or is it just based on arduino coding style?
If you want to use LinkIt ONE IDE, it's Arduino coding style. And it's the only way at this stage.
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