Unique product identifier

The ATECC608A secure element chip, embedded in many of our products, features a guaranteed unique 72-bit serial number. Your software can use this identifier for hardware-based licensing, product identification and many other applications. The serial number is now easily accessible on our Raspberry Pi based products through their kernel modules’ files, without the need for you to implement the ATECC608A’s protocol to retrieve it.

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Digital inputs debounce and counters

Externally induced noise on input lines can cause quick state changes that your application would rather ignore, moreover constant polling of inputs not to miss a relevant event might be demanding on the CPU and time consuming to develop.
The new debounce and counters features added to the kernel modules of our Pi units with digital inputs help you handle all this with ease: interfacing meters with pulse outputs will be a matter of seconds.

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Iono Pi Max analog inputs fast sampling

The latest firmware of Iono Pi Max now lets you enable and disable its analog inputs readings individually, to allow for even faster sample rates when some channels are not used. The functionality is of course mirrored on the lates version of the kernel module too.

Exo Sense Pi Sound Level Evaluation

Our new SoundEval utility lets you analyze the environmental sounds detected by Exo Sense Pi’s microphone, providing results of different classes of sound level meters.
It offers several kinds of time and frequency filtering which can be used, for example, to simulate the natural response of the human ear and to filter out or detect specific types of sounds.
Your application can use SoundEval’s output for a wide range of applications, like triggering actions when loud noises are detected, or collect sound level data in a working environment for comparison with government regulations.
SoundEval is the only Linux tool proving such large set of sound evaluation capabilities and new features are coming!