MeshScape® PRIME i-Bean® WSN Developers Kit


MeshScape PRIME i-Bean WSN Developers Kit will allow you to quickly prototype your own MeshScape wireless sensor network. It contains everything you need to start – MeshScape software preprogrammed on hardware modules, complete set of API libraries and all the accessories.

MeshScape PRIME i-Bean WSN Developers Kit

Features at a Glance: 
• 2.4GHz IEEE 802.15.4 radio
• 100mW maximum output power
• Integrated PCB F antenna or u.fl connector for external antenna
• Worldwide acceptance: FCC, IC and ETSI
• API support via MNET Proxy Protocol
• Low power operation
• RoHS compliant
• Optional Software Development Kit available

Kit Includes:
• 6 MeshScape PRIME i-Bean development boards
• 6 USB cables
• All applicable documentation
• PC software



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MeshScape PRIME WSN Overview

MeshScape  PRIME is fully customizable highest performance wireless sensor networking protocol that provides OEMs ability to create applications completely suiting their needs. From hardware platform to network behavior – Meshscape PRIME allows developers to make their own choices on every aspect of their projects:
  • Hardware processor platform – MeshScape PRIME can be ported to any hardware platform of developers choice, including MSP430, 8051 and many others
  • Radio platform – MeshScape PRIME can utilize standard 2.4Ghz IEEE 802.15.4 unlicensed radio band and many other types of radios including 433MHz and 900MHz ISM bands.
  • Interface protocol – Full set of APIs enable developers to easily add customer applications and communicate with industry standard communication protocols such as Ethernet, Modbus, BACnet, LonWorks and many others.
  • Sensor interface – fully customizable APIs allows number of options to interface with sensors and actuators - ADC, DAC, Dry contact I/O and others.
  • Unrestricted and configurable wireless network behavior – MeshScape PRIME allows number of customizable options, such as peer-to-peer communication, multiple network joining, configurable node types, route selection criteria and many others.