The momote001 is the first of many steps that will be given until it is completely feasible for the Internet to reach anything.
The 001 is built with a Texas Instruments C2650, which is a system-on-a-chip specially designed for wireless sensor networks and end-devices. Manufactured with a programmable ARM Cortex M3, it also has a radio that support two of the most common communication standards: Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), also supported by mobile phones, and IEEE802.15.4, mostly used for mesh networks, ZigBee, XBee, Thread, 6LoWPAN, etc. It is also ultra low power processor, and therefore, depending on the application, you can power it directly with 2 alkaline batteries or even with a CR2032 battery.
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  • Texas Instruments CC2650
  • 48MHz 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3
  • 128KB Flash Memory
  • 32KB SRAM Memory
  • Integrated Sensor Controller
  • 1.8V to 3.8V supply voltage

  • 512KB Extra Flash Memory
  • LED
  • Switch Button
  • 15 GPIO
  • 4 PWM Timers
  • UART, SPI, I2C, I2S, ADC, DAC ...

  • 2.4GHz Integrated Antenna
  • Bluetooth Low Energy 4.1 (BLE)
  • IEEE802.15.4 MAC and PHY
  • 6LoWPAN
  • Others to come

  • CR2032 Battery Support
  • UART/USB Converter
  • Rechargeable Battery
  • Others are coming soon...

  • Support for many stacks and RTOS systems
    • Contiki-os
    • TI-RTOS
    • Others...


  • 36mm x 27mm
  • 9g

    The first units are being manufactured.

    The major part of the production costs in Brazil are taxes (IPI, ICMS, PIS, COFINS, etc.) and therefore we are preparing the necessary documentation in order to reduce the cost in the future.


    Meanwhile, to program the CC2650 chip on momote001, it is is required a cJTAG to program it. For example the CC-DEVPACK-DEBUG, SMARTRF06EBK or CC2650 LaunchPad.

    The official development tools supported by Texas Instruments for this chip are the Code Composer Studio (CCS) and the IAR EWARM. However, it is also possible to use GCC. Texas Instruments also offers a Stack Bluetooth Smart (BLE) and a ZigBee Stack running on TI-RTOS.

    In addition to that, the Energia software will also support this chip from the next version. At the moment, the binaries are not yet available, but you can compile the latest version of Energy manually.

    We are also use the RTOS Contiki-OS that already has support mesh networks (RPL / 6LoWPAN) and CC2650.

    Finally, we are working on an application that will allow the sketches of Arduino / Energia / Wiring to be sent via Bluetooth to momote001, thus enabling the program to be made by any smartphone.

    We look forward to the evolution of software platforms and if you think that you can help us with these developments, join our community.


    We are finalizing the preparations and developments needed to manufacture the momote001 and make it available on the market. Meanwhile, the wiring diagram and the layout of the printed circuit board which were made in Circuit Maker and Altium are available under the CERN OHL v1.2 license, which allows anyone to access and study this hardware through the following links:
    If you are a company that wants to manufacture these products in scale or embed in your product, contact us, we can help you with the technological developments of the application and production. We will appreciate to hear your needs and may be able to contribute to its solution.


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