The most versatile palm-sized all-in-one project making and STEM learning platform for kids and hobbyists of all skill levels.
- An intuitive prototyping device catering to a wide range of hobby needs for efficient learning, easy building and quick debugging
- Plug and Play Interface for hassle-free hardware control
- Multiple easily integrable wireless communication options
- Core made of Arduino MEGA 2560 – the best-in-class development board
- Re-programmable menu-based visual interface with built-in functions
- Compact, lightweight, and equipped with a rechargeable Li-ion battery
- Safe against reverse polarity, overcurrent, and overvoltage
- Precise voltage and current sensing, data visualization and logging features, inbuilt mini-oscilloscope and function generator
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Multiple Features Packed in One Device
Plug and Play
Internet of Things
Arduino at Core
Portable and Safe
Multiple Programming Platforms
Multiple Programming Platforms
Free Learning Resources
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Add-On to the Fun of Creating
Development boards like the Arduino and Raspberry Pi are no doubt great places to start. But these are of limited use without accessories. You will require tons of sensors, will have to invest money in purchasing shields for every other thing, deal with unnecessarily complex circuits which may not be very difficult to make for an experienced person but extremely hectic to debug for everyone, need to have a decent programming background, all of which consume a lot of time and despite Arduino and Pi being affordable, you will end up investing a lot of money while making projects.
evive is an extremely power-packed and versatile prototyping platform, with features worth over $300 built-in, be it plug-and-play control for actuators, a built-in audio-visual interface, ammeter and voltmeter functions, basic oscilloscope functions, built-in BLE/ ESP/ XBee ports, etc. If you have decent experience already, evive would be sufficient for your learning-building-debugging needs. If you’re still a beginner, the evive Starter Kit would be recommended.
evive is an OSH (open source hardware) and can be programmed using conventional interfaces like Arduino and graphical interfaces like Scratch/PictoBlox. We have also provided instructions to use it with complex applications like Matlab, LabView, etc.
evive has inbuilt 2600mAh 3.7V Samsung Li-ion battery. Normally it runs for about 6-8 hours once fully charged, while it takes a similar time for charging using a USB charger (mobile phone charger) or any other power source.
evive has over-current and reverse voltage protection at power input. Beginners who don’t understand about polarity would not damage the board. In most of the cases, evive temporarily switches itself off in case of a short-circuit. Battery charging-discharging circuit has over-current, under-voltage protection to take care of the Li-ion battery. We have put our best efforts to make evive safe for everyone, but in case anything happens, the insulated plastic covering will ensure the safety of the user.
evive has its own inbuilt 2600mAh Samsung Li-on battery. It can also be powered up externally by a USB wall charger, power bank, DC wall adapter, laptops/ workstations, and >12V batteries.
evive has a fixed 5V/3A supply, a fixed 3.3V/0.8A supply, and a variable voltage supply from 1.25V to 30V with a fixed current supply of 3A.
Yes. The Arduino MEGA used can be replaced by accessing it by opening the bottom casing. Despite our efforts and your care, sometime things might blow up, that's why the replaceability.
Yes. All Arduino UNO shields can be used with evive. But with evive, you probably won't need to spend your pretty dollars on them. Much of that stuff is already available as built-in features in evive.
Yes. Though evive can't supply more than 2.5A in total and 1A per motor driver channel, you can plug in your external motor driver to evive and control it through our interface.
No, evive includes Logic Level Converters to support all such devices.
Yes. You can use it with any operating system which supports at least one of the development platforms we've mentioned.