FizzJelly with Atmel and the IoT

The Mobile Minds crew has debuted an Atmel-powered cellular connected platform designed to track and monitor a wide range of sensors. FizzJelly works straight out of the box, allowing users to effortlessly monitor and control their IoT devices.

“From motion to temperature and from water leaks to GPS tracking, [FizzJelly] will let you know by sending an alert,” a Mobile Minds rep explained in a recent Kickstarter post.

“It makes it easy to check to see if anyone has been in your house, find out where your car is, if your rooms have got too hot or cold or even turn on and off the lights.”

Indeed, users can command and query FizzJelly simply by sending and receiving text messages with a cell phone. To be sure, configuring and using FizzJelly is extremely simple, requiring a regular SIM card, a connected sensor and a text message. As expected, each unit can be configured with a unique PIN code to secure it against unauthorized access.

Additional key specs and features include:

  • Atmel ATmega32U4 MCU (microcontroller)
  • One internal temperature sensor
  • 8 I/O ports
  • One expansion port
  • GPS module (optional)
  • Programmable over Micro-USB
  • GSM Quad Band – 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • Open Source development kit
  • Power range 6v – 16v (Motion Detector requires 9v – 16v)
  • Either Battery or AC adapter
  • CE & FCC approved
  • GCF (Worldwide approved module)
  • PTCRB (North America approved module)

Interested in learning more about the Atmel-powered FizzJelly? You can check out the project’s official Kickstarter page here.

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