Grove IoT Developer Kit Microsoft Azure Edition
Grove IoT Developer Kit – Microsoft Azure Edition contains an Intel® Edison module, an Intel® Edison for Arduino board, a Grove Base Shield, a set of Grove sensors and actuators with build-in Grove ports for rapid prototyping. Simply plug in the modules and you are ready to create.
Intel® Edison For Arduino¶
The Intel® Edison compute module is designed for expert makers, entrepreneurs, and some industrial IoT applications, it provides ease-of-development for a range of prototyping projects or commercial ventures when performance matters. With an expansion board interfaces with a wide range of Arduino shields, Intel® Edison for Arduino allows quick and easy prototyping with open source hardware and a software development environment.
A combination of the power Intel® Edison and rich featured Grove System
Fast prototyping for IoT projects
Support development with Arduino* and C/C++, followed by Node.JS, Python, RTOS, and Visual Programming support in the near future
It includes a device-to-device and device-to-cloud connectivity framework to enable cross-device communication and a cloud-based, multi-tenant, time-series analytics service.
Has an SD card connector, micro USB or standard sized USB host Type-A connector(via mechanical switch), Micro USB device, 6 analog inputs, and 20 ditial input/output pins, 1x UART, 1x I2C, and 1x ICSP 6-pin header (SPI) Power jack with 7V-15V DC input.
Inter Edison For Arduino¶
Intel Edison Compute module
Inter Edison For Arduino
Base Shield V2¶
Base Shield V2(to Wiki)
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/Button.jpg)](http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-Button-p-766.html)||Grove - Button[(to Wiki)](/Grove-Button)|
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/Wiki_soundsensor.jpg)](http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-Sound-Sensor-p-752.html)||Grove - Sound Sensor[(to Wiki)](/Grove-Sound_Sensor)|
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/3_aix_acc.jpg)](http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-3Axis-Digital-Accelerometer15g-p-765.html)||Grove - 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer(±1.5g)[[(to Wiki)](/Grove-3-Axis_Digital_Accelerometer-1.5g)|
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/Touch_sensor.jpg)](http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-Touch-Sensor-p-747.html)||Grove - Touch Sensor[(to Wiki)](/Grove-Touch_Sensor)|
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/Grove-Light_Sensor_v1.2_product_view_700_.jpg)](/Grove-Light_Sensor_v1.2)||Grove - Light Sensor v1.2[(to Wiki)](/Grove-Light_Sensor_v1.2)|
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/Grove_Temperature_Sensor_View.jpg)](http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-Temperature-Sensor-p-774.html)||Grove - Temperature Sensor[(to Wiki)](/Grove-Temperature_Sensor_V1.2)|
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/Potentiometer1.jpg)](http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-Rotary-Angle-SensorP-p-1242.html)||Grove - Rotary Angle Sensor(P)[(to Wiki)](/Grove-Rotary_Angle_Sensor)|
|[!(https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Grove_IoT_Developer_Kit-Microsoft_Azure_Edition/raw/master/img/Piezo_Vibration_Sensor_01.jpg)](http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-Piezo-Vibration-Sensor-p-1411.html)||Grove - Piezo Vibration Sensor[(to Wiki)](/Grove-Piezo_Vibration_Sensor)|
Grove - LCD RGB Backlight(to Wiki)
Grove - Buzzer(to Wiki)
Grove - Red LED(to Wiki)
Grove - Green LED(to Wiki)
Grove - Blue LED(to Wiki)
Gear Stepper Motor with Driver (to Arduino Tutorial)
Getting Started with the Intel® Edison Board¶
Before we work on any Grove modules, let's firstly get started with Intel® Edison Board, you can follow the detailed instructions on the official site of Intel® Edison to:
Step 1: Assemble Your Board¶
Install the compute module, attach the legs, and plug in your cables.
Step 2: Choose Your Operating System¶
|**Windows**||The Windows 64-bit installer will install your drivers, update your firmware, and let you install your development environment (IDE)||[Download 64-bit version](https://downloadmirror.intel.com/25384/eng/w_iot_2015.0.031.exe)|
|**OS X**||The Mac* OS X* installer will update your firmware, and let you install your development environment (IDE)||[Download](https://downloadmirror.intel.com/25384/eng/m_iot_dev_kit_2015.0.026.tar.gz)|
|**Linux**||The Linux* installer will update your firmware, and let you install your development environment (IDE)||[Download](https://downloadmirror.intel.com/25384/eng/l_iot_dev_kit_2015.0.019.tar.gz)|
If you are have a windows 32-bit system or having errors with the installer, Intel also provide manual process to install the drivers or update your firmware:
|**Windows**||[Try Manual Process](https://software.intel.com/en-us/get-started-edison-windows-32-step2)|
|**OS X**||[Try Manual Process](https://software.intel.com/en-us/installing-firmware-with-flash-tool-mac)|
|**Linux**||[Try Manual Process](https://software.intel.com/en-us/flashing-firmware-on-your-intel-edison-board-linux)|
Step 3: Set Up a Serial Terminal¶
You'll need a serial terminal connection to your board for flashing the firmware
Step 4: Connect Your Board to the Internet¶
How can you build an IoT device without the "I"? Let's connect your board to the WiFi network.
Step 5: Try It Out with Arduino IDE¶
As we've already installed the development environment including Arduino IDE in Step 2 (if not, you can download the latest Arduino IDE here. ) now as your very first practice, let's try to blink an LED on Intel Edison Board with Ardunio IDE.
Getting Started with the Grove System¶
Connect the Grove - Base Shield to Intel Edison for Arduino via the pin connectors.
Using 26AWG Grove Cable making the following connections:
|Grove Modules||Connected to|
|PIR Motion Sensor||D7|
|LCD RGB Backlight||I2C|
- Open the web site: Grove_Indoor_Environment_Demo to download the whole project.
- Click Tools > Serial Port and select the Com # that the Intel Edison is connected to
Click Sketch>Import Library…>Add Library and import the library downloaded at step 1
Click File>Examples> Grove_Indoor_Environment_Demo and select the demo Click upload icon
- Open Serial Monitor, it will print the sensors’ information:
- Rotate the Encoder to check the sensor value on the LCD.
- In the “Send TextBox”, you can enter the following command to operate the sensors and actuators:
set [sensor][condition:>, < or =][ threshold],[actuator]=[action]
|_set temp>40, relay=1_||if temperature is higher than 40℃, the relay opens.|
|_set temp>40, sleep=1_||if temperature is >40℃, nothing to do.|
|_set humi>60, buzzer=1_||if humidity is >60%, the buzzer beeps.|
|_set light>600, servo=90_||if light intensity is >600, the servo truns 90°.|
|_set uv>80, relay=0_||if UV intensity is >80, the relay closes.|
|_set pir=1, buzzer=1_||if people detected, the buzzer beeps.|
|_set ms>40, relay=1_||if moisture is >40, the relay opens.|
|_set ssid=name, psw=password_||set the wifi SSID and Password.you can open a web browser, and go to the IP address displayed on the Serial Monitor or LCD. The default port is 88. he default port is 88. Such as: 192.168.1.101:88|
The command should be ended with ‘/n’, so “NewLine” (in the Serial Monitor) should be selected.
A actuator can only be controlled by a sensor. If A sensor wants to control a actuator(has be controlled by B sensor), B sensor should be set sleep.
- WiFi connection. open the Serial Monitor, and set your ssid and password(as below). Check the local IP on the LCD or Serial Monitor. On a device connected on the same network, open a web browser, and go to the IP address above, you can see the sensor value.
Note: When visiting the web server, a port number(88)should be added,such as: 172.20.10.2:88.