The Omega2 Pro IoT computer is the next generation of Onion’s Linux-based, WiFi development board and the most powerful IoT computer we’ve made yet. It is a standalone device – the processor, memory, gigabytes of storage, and Wi-Fi are all built-in, and it’s smaller than a breadboard, making it easier than ever to build connected hardware applications.
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The Omega2 Collector’s Kit is a great way to get started with Linux, electronics, and IoT development. The Collector’s Kit includes the limited edition Omega2+ Black, the entire collections of Omega2 Docks and Expansions, and an 8GB MicroSD card. All of this comes in a sturdy carrying case.
Supercharge your IoT development and own a piece of Onion history with this Kit!
The Omega2 IoT computer is Onion’s Linux-based, WiFi development board designed to enable makers of all skill levels to build connected hardware applications. Plug in your Omega and it will boot the operating system right away, allowing you to develop in your favorite programming language, create web applications, and interface with a variety of hardware with minimal time and effort spent getting started.
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The Omega2+ IoT computer is Onion’s Linux-based, WiFi development board designed to enable makers of all skill levels to build connected hardware applications. Plug in your Omega and it will boot the operating system right away, allowing you to develop in your favorite programming language, create web applications, and interface with a variety of hardware with minimal time and effort spent getting started. Compared to the Omega2, it has double the memory and storage, and also includes a MicroSD card slot.
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Use the Arduino Dock 2 to supercharge your projects by combining the familiar Arduino platform with the power & connectivity of the Omega2. It features the ATmega328P microcontroller as a co-processor to act in tandem with the Omega, and exposes the GPIO pins of both the Omega and microcontroller. Use the Serial UART or I2C to have the Omega and microcontroller communicate and take your projects to the next level.
The Power Dock 2 allows you to use any 3.7V LiPo battery to power your Omega and then charge the battery when it’s out of juice. It has the same form factor as the Expansion Dock and can also be used in the same way: no battery and receiving power through the Micro USB port. The Dock breaks out the Omega’s GPIO pins so you can use them to control external circuits or connect Expansion boards to extend the functionality of your Omega. The Power Dock 2 adds an ADC that allows the Omega to measure the voltage level of an attached LiPo battery. This will give you a better idea of how much juice is left in the battery!
The Expansion Dock provides an easy way to power the Omega with any Micro USB cable and breaks out the Omega’s GPIO pins. You can use them to control external circuits or connect Expansion boards to extend the functionality of your Omega. It also comes with an on-board USB-to-serial chip that allows you to access the terminal directly from your computer.
The GPS Expansion for the Onion Omega is a USB-based expansion that allows your Omega to pinpoint its location using both GPS as well as China’s Beidou satellite positioning systems. It comes with an on-board GPS antenna as well as a built-in u.FL connector to attach your own antenna. Provides up to 1.8m accuracy, 66 search channels, 22 tracking channels, and -165 dBM sensitivity. Up to 10Hz update rate.
The datasheet for the GPS unit can be found here.
The Mini Dock is designed to power your Omega for applications that do not require GPIO pins. Its small form factor makes it suitable to use for wireless applications such as Wi-Fi range extension, wireless printing, wireless video streaming, and more. The Mini Dock comes with a built-in USB port, allowing you to plug and play a variety of USB devices into your Omega. An on-board USB-to-Serial chip provides easy access the Omega’s terminal directly from your computer.
Jump-start your IoT development with the Omega2 Starter Kit, it includes everything you need to create 8 circuits that will teach you how to control LEDs, read inputs, control and read external sensors and displays, learn Python, and much more.
Step by step instructions for building each circuit with the included parts can be found in the online Starter Kit Guide.
Each Kit includes an Omega2+, an Expansion Dock, and a variety of electronics components that belong in the collection of every student of IoT, all nicely packed up in a stylish plastic carrying case.
Take your IoT development into overdrive with the Omega2 Maker Kit. It includes everything from the Starter Kit and the Relay, Servo, and OLED Expansions, our three most popular expansions!
Build the same circuits as in the Starter Kit AND conduct 8 additional experiments using the Onion Expansions, including how to control servos, use an H-bridge to control a DC motor, write text and images to the OLED display, and control other high-powered circuits with the Relay Expansion.
Step by step instructions for building each circuit and running through each experiment can be found in the online Maker Kit Guide.
Onion’s wireless LiDAR solution offers a new indoor 360˚ 2D LiDAR scanner that uses rotating laser ranging to measure and map exact distances to indoor surroundings. For the first time, users can seamlessly integrate a wireless and mobile LiDAR unit with a full workstation through the Omega2’s wireless connectivity.
Connecting Onion’s 360˚ 2D LiDAR unit to the Omega2 allows for the transmission of raw data to any computer in the local network. This wireless LiDAR solution allows users to take full advantage of powerful visualization and navigation software while their untethered LiDAR unit is deployed in the field in real time. Software included in the kit uses raw scan data to produce a 2D 360˚ visualization of the LiDAR’s surroundings up to 8 meters away.
Dive into IoT development with the Arduino flavored Omega2 Starter Kit! With the included Arduino Dock 2, you can supercharge your projects by combining the familiar Arduino platform with the power & connectivity of the Omega2.
This kit includes everything you need to build 11 circuits that will teach you how to control LEDs, read digital and analog inputs, read data from a variety of different sensors, and control external components and displays.
Step by step instructions for building each circuit with the included parts will be found in the online Arduino Dock Starter Kit Guide.
The Ethernet Expansion adds an Ethernet port to your Omega with a maximum connection speed of 100Mbps. While the Omega is all about wireless connectivity, a reliable wired network connection can be a great addition to a project, and the Ethernet Expansion is a great tool for quickly reflashing your Omega’s firmware.
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The Servo Expansion adds 16 PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) outputs to your Omega. Connect standard servos directly to the Expansion since each channel has its own 3-pin connectors, making it that much easier to get started with your project! This Expansion is great in any application that requires servos, like a robotics project or anything with moving parts. Given that PWM is so useful, you can also use this Expansion to precisely control LEDs or drive a DC motor using an H-bridge.
The Breadboard Dock brings breadboard compatibility to the Omega! Power the Dock and your Omega with any Micro USB cable and plug it directly into a standard breadboard. The Omega’s pins are mapped 1-to-1 onto the breadboard, allowing you to access all of the Omega’s I/Os in your breadboard project.
The Proto Expansion for the Onion Omega allows you to create your very own expansion that interfaces with your Omega. It provides a small soldering area and 30-pin header that plugs into the Expansion Dock. With it you will have full control over what kind of project you design for your Omega.
This is a pack of 20 16-pin header connectors for the Omega2/Omega2+ modules. You need 2 headers for each module (one per side), so this is enough for 10 modules. The headers can be used if you are creating your own custom PCB and want to be able to insert the module in, just like you do with the Onion Expansion docks.
The Relay Expansion enables your Omega to control two other, independent electrical circuits. The circuits are isolated from the Omega and can operate at much higher or lower voltages than the Omega. So you can control other circuits you’ve built or small household appliances rated up to 60W. This Expansion is perfect for home automation projects since it gives you the ability to control other devices remotely using your Omega.