Wio Node

Wio Link now has got a little brother – the Wio Node. Two samples arrived from SeeedStudio today. Have a look to SeeedStudio’s images and compare:

Wio_Node_illustrate

Wio Link-1

Wio Node has the most of features as Wio Link. But it is cheaper, smaller and also lighter in weight.

  • An ESP8266 based open-source Wi-Fi development board (here Espressif’s WROOM-02 is used)
  • Supports Grove Sensors/Actors
  • Visual Configuration via Mobile App (Android & iOS)
  • OTA (Over-The-Air) Firmware Updates
  • RESTful APIs
  • IFTTT Application
  • Powering by Micro USB
  • Battery Holder for re-chargeble LiPo accu

Easy starting at iot.seeed.cc/start.

Wio Node

Solar-powered AM2315 sensor

Today the test unit stopped again with a LiPo accu  voltage of 2.04 V. Recharging was needed.

This test started at May, 2nd and was running 14 days. We had no good weather conditions, but the run time was below expectations. After recharging  the LiPo accu the test will be started on another location. The recharging occurs inside therefore you will see room temperature for this period in the graph. Restart at 2016-05-17 9:00.

Solar-powered AM2315 sensor

Solar-powered AM2315 Sensor

After recharging the LiPo akku over the last night I started the test again. I increased the sleep time to 10 minutes to get better compare to a test before. This test was documented at https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BwUOc1bstFZ9Zm1JbUlORDNua2s. Under these conditions I got a runtime of 48 days from February to April.

You can follow the measuring results at http://www.ckuehnel.ch/AM2315@NODEMCU.html again.

I added a weather widget from kachelmannwetter.com to see the correlation between weather situation (means sun) and the voltage of the LiPo akku.

Solar-powered AM2315 Sensor