Our portfolio of multi-network hardware includes a comprehensive range of development boards, expansion boards, sensor shields and OEM hardware. Spanning five different networks, these form the backbone of your IoT project.
Our development boards are industry best products, perfect no matter your skill set. The super easy-to-use MicroPython programming language runs on all our boards, meaning you can get up and running as fast as possible.
Our OEM integration services provide best-in-industry solutions for your IoT project. The low power modules can run for much longer than their industry alternatives. From small scale to the largest project of its kind, we have it sorted.
Expansion Boards + Shields
Our expansion boards and shields enable further functionality for your development boards. Choose from a microSD card reader, USB to serial connection, LiPo battery connector and a range of sensors amongst many other features! The sensors available are ambient light, humidity and temperature, barometric pressure and altimeter, accelerometer and GPS. With our expansion boards and shields, you can get your IoT project started immediately making sensing, tracking and monitoring extremely simple.
How to get started
The Pycom documentation covers everything you need to get started with any of our boards, plus lots of tutorials, examples + FAQs to begin building your projects.
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