The Artemis line now includes the SparkFun Artemis Development Kit (DK) and the SparkFun OpenLog Artemis, as well as expanded functionality such as full BLE, Arm Mbed, and Arduino software support. The Artemis Development Kit is the latest board released using the company’s Artemis Module, which provides an FCC/IC/CE-certified Cortex-M4F with BLE 5.0 running at 48 MHz, an available 96-MHz turbo mode, and power as low as 6 uA per megahertz (less than 5 mW).

The Artemis DK allows expanded access to software development features, with recommended programming software including the Arduino IDE, Arm Mbed OS, and AmbiqSDK.

“It’s been over a year since we initially launched the SparkFun Artemis Module to the world,” says SparkFun CEO Glenn Samala. “We were proud then to be able to release the first completely open-source, FCC-certified module that any user can use in prototyping and in their final productions.”

“We are even more proud now to deliver Artemis to you with full Bluetooth, Mbed, and Arduino software support,” says Samala. “We’ve strived each day to fulfill the promise of making Artemis the world’s first module to bridge the market between hobbyists and consumer products, and with these new support items, we are happy to share the feature-complete Artemis with you.”

The other product announced, the SparkFun OpenLog Artemis, is an open source data logger preprogrammed to automatically log IMU, GPS, serial data, and more. Both the SparkFun Development Kit and OpenLog Artemis are available now.

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