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Coming soon: SIM300D module and motion sensing

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Coming soon: SIM300D module and motion sensing

Postby Mike » Mon Apr 26, 2010 7:08 pm

The SIMCOM SIM300D module has been tested and works fine using the GC864 driver. This is an inexpensive Chinese-made GSM module. I will have automatic power on/off support for it in the next version.

I have also been testing a mechanical motion detector, which is a small cylinder that goes open-circuit when shaken. I will have support for that as well, so the device can alert you when it detects motion.

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