ON Semiconductor RSL10 Sensor Development Kit Giveaway

In partnership with ON Semiconductor


Enter our partnered giveaway with ON Semiconductor and be considered to win 1 of 5 RSL10 Sensor Development Kits, featuring a full range of sensors including environmental, inertial (3-axis accelerometer, 3-asix gyroscope and a low-power smart hub for motion sensing), a geomagnetic sensor, and an ambient light sensor. 

The RSL10 Sensor Development Kit is a compact and a comprehensive platform to easily develop IoT applications with leading sensor technology and the industry's lowest power Bluetooth ® Low Energy SoC. Several applications including industrial wearables, asset monitoring, smart sensing solutions can be easily developed on this platform.

In addition to monitoring the various sensor values, the accompanying mobile application (RSL10 Sense and Control), connects to several cloud services (AWS, IBM®, Azure ™, etc.) enabling a true end-to-end solution development.

After registering, remember to let us know how you plan to utilize the RSL10 Sensor Development Kit in the Ideas section below the registration form to increase your chances of winning!

Kit Features and Applications

  • Based on the RSL10 System-in-Package (SiP)
    • Bluetooth 5 certified
    • Certified to international wireless regulations (CE, IC, KC, MIC, FCC)
  • Configurable, low-power sensors
    • NOA1305 (Ambient light)
    • BHI160 (Integrated low power smart hub, 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope)
    • BMM150 (Low Power, Low Noise 3-axis digital geomagnetic sensor)
    • BME680 (Integrated high-accuracy gas, pressure, humidity and temperature sensor)
    • INMP522 (Ultra-low noise digital Microphone)
    • APTF1616 (Programmable RGB LED)
    • N24RF64 (64kB NFC EEPROM)
    • 3 programmable push-buttons
  • Supported by the RSL10 Sense and Control app(IoS ®, Android ™) for cloud connectivity

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    pyroartist September 13, 2019

    Glider pilots depend entirely on finding rising air to stay aloft. They are very efficient at this task and can stay up as long as the sun heats the ground and travel hundreds of miles. But any advantage they can get in finding lift is very important to them. The RSL10 would make a perfect tiny wireless sensor package that could be powered by a small solar cell and one would be placed on each wingtip. Differential humidity, temperature and pressure would provide clues on which way to turn when lift is encountered. Changes in air density could provide hints that lifting air is near. And a microphone could provide information as thermal columns are known to act as lenses to ambient noise. The information could be sent to a cell phone in the cockpit via Bluetooth and an app would process and display the information. With the RSL10 this would be a much simpler development task than design from scratch!

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    Chuck4570 September 13, 2019

    I would like to use the sensors to open a heat exhaust in my green house, spray water to increase humidity and turn on fans to circulate the air, to turn on a heater if the temperature goes below a set reading, The use of three or more sensors could help stratify the air column in the green house, and the fans could be used to keep the levels of air mixing until all sensors read nearly similar temps, humidity, and ambient light.  The amount of light could trigger inner lights to be turned on to keep enough growing light on the vegetables.  Humidity and temp at ground level could help with the drip irrigation system control.

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    lamaya September 17, 2019

    Ambient monitoring inside commercial cargo trucks. Detect hazardous situations before they cause an accident. Can be environment generated (fuel leak) or driver generated (alcohol or drugs/sleep)

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