Cascoda's KNX IoT Development Board provides everything you need to develop your KNX IoT over Thread application with the Cascoda Chili module. It features Cascoda's SMARTRange™ technology to provide long-range Thread connectivity for whole-house coverage. In addition, Cascoda provides easy integration with Cascoda's dashboard and our KNX IoT Hub for easy configuration and backhaul connectivity.
The KNX-IoT Development Kit contains two Development Boards, and is available from our distributors. You can view the Getting Started Guide here, and if you want detailed information on the Development Board you may download the datasheet.
The KNX-IoT Development Board works seamlessly with ChiliCuisine™, Cascoda's low-code development environment.
- Certified Thread-based radio supporting meshed networking, with long range
- Easy integration with Cascoda's Border Router for IPv4/IPv6 backhaul connectivity
- Ultra-low-power battery operation & battery charging
- Four programmable buttons & LEDs
- E-Paper display integration
- A library of sensor & actuator plug-in boards, to develop your solution
- Automatic code generation for your chosen target combination of sensors/actuators/switches/leds
- USB or UART connectivity
- 5V or 3.3V supply options
- 3.7V Li/LiPo battery integration with charging from a 5V supply or USB
- Two Mikroelektronika Click™ slots for a huge range of plug-in sensor/actuator connectivity
- Integrated chip antenna and an externa antenna option
- Dimensions 66 x 64mm
KNX IOT POINT API
Cascoda's Thread development board has been developed to work with KNX IoT Point API, the new transport medium of the KNX automation standard.
- Full support for KNX IoT Point API
- Proven with KNX ETS
- Supports KNX IoT Platform abstractions:
- Real-time clock
- Pseudorandom number generator (PRNG)
- Connectivity (Thread IPv6)
- Secure Storage (Arm® TrustZone®)
- Easy integration with Cascoda's dashboard
- Over-the-air software update
- Datapoint/functional block code-generation available
- Applications can be emulated on Windows or Linux, then run on Cascoda's Thread development board