Introducing the Omega2 Plus, the cheap IoT computer.
Please Note. The Omega2 Plus requires a regulated 3.3V DC Voltage @ min. 500mA through the pins to power. If you are at all unsure on how to do this we strongly suggest you purchase a dock with the ability to power the Omega2 Plus.
The Omega2 Plus features a barebones header pin input platform, 580MHz CPU, 128MB RAM, 32MB on board storage, MicroSD slot, on board WiFi, 15 GPIO pins and UART, SPI, PWM, i2c, i2s & USB interfaces (via pins); and it's all packed into a tiny 40mm x 25mm PCB.
What the heck is an IoT computer? It is a Linux computer designed specifically for building connected hardware applications. It combines the tiny form factor and power-efficiency of the Arduino, with the power and flexibilities of the Raspberry Pi.
- The Omega2 is simple, even for people who are just getting started with building hardware.
- The Omega2 is affordable
With the Omega2, Onion want to lower the barrier of entry, and allow everyone to take the leap into hardware development.
Onion made the Omega2 tiny so that it can easily fit into your DIY project or commercial product. It is less than 1/4 the size of the Raspberry Pi, and less than 1/3 the size of the Arduino Uno.
The Omega2 works out-of-the-box.
The Omega2 has integrated Wi-Fi and on-board flash storage. This means that it springs to life the moment you power it on. You don't have to worry about buying Wi-Fi dongles or installing operating system images onto external SD cards.
The Omega2 runs apps.
Using the Omega2 is just like using a desktop computer. Onion have built simple and intuitive apps for you to interact with the Omega2. They also have an App Store where you can discover even more apps! For the more adventurous, you can even build apps with their SDK and publish them on the Onion App Store to share with the world :)
The Omega2 is a full Linux computer.
Don't be fooled by its size, the Omega2 is a full computer running Linux, the same operating system that powers some of the world's most mission-critical infrastructure. You can think of the Omega2 as a tiny Linux server with Wi-Fi. (Yes, it even runs Apache!)
For the BSD fans out there, the Omega2 also runs FreeBSD!
The Omega2 speaks many languages.
An important benefit of running Linux is that the Omega2 can be programmed with whatever language you want. Save time by using languages and libraries you are already familiar with.
The Omega2 is cloud-integrated.
The Omega2 is seamlessly integrated with the Onion Cloud. This allows you toremote control it from anywhere in the world with our intuitive Web UI or RESTful APIs. You can also view the status of your Omega2 in real-time, and deploy software updates to it when it is in the field.
Using the Omega2 with the Onion Cloud is optional.
The Omega2 is modular.
The Omega2 is easily expandable. Onion have designed a whole lot of expansions so you can add capabilities to it through simple plug-n-play.
The Omega2 is connected.
The Omega2 is designed for connectivity. It has Wi-Fi built in, and Onion have built expansions so that you can easily add Bluetooth, Cellular, and GPS to your projects.
The Omega2 is Arduino-compatible.
The Omega2 can be easily added to your existing Arduino projects. Onion have designed an Arduino Dock so that you can make use of your existing Arduino shields.
The Omega2 comes in two version.
|580MHz CPU||580MHz CPU|
|64MB Memory||128MB Memory|
|16MB Stirage||32MB Storage|
|USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|b/g/n Wi-Fi||b/g/n WiFi|
|15 GPIO||15 GPIO|
|2 PWM||2 PWM|
|2 UART||2 UART|
|1 I2C||1 I2C|
|1 SPI||1 SPI|
|1 I2S||1 I2S|