OKD LLC is launched as a new competitor in IoT devices

OKD LLC is launched as a new competitor in IoT devices

OKD LLC “Overklocked” was launched as a new contender in the IoT hardware space with the goal of providing affordable microprocessor development devices, switches and boards.

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GARDEN CITY, Idaho–(Newsfile Corp.–November 14, 2022)– OKD LLC “Overklocked” has launched as a new contender in the IoT hardware space aiming to provide microprocessor development devices, switches and boards to its customers in the future. Big project. Designed and built in the USA by Carson Klok.

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“Since I was a kid, I’ve loved building things. Microprocessing and the Internet of Things have a huge potential impact on humanity and everyday smart devices. Designing and engineering tools such as development boards for use on projects,” said Carsen Kluck, founder of OKD LLC.

The first OKD product was launched on November 14, 2022 in https://okd.llc/shop/okd-acorn-esp32-dev-board/OKD LLC introduces the first ESP32 development board called “Acorn”.

The OKD Acorn ESP32 Dev Board uses a modern, fast and highly integrated ESP32 chip, built around an Xtensa® chip processor running at up to 240MHz.

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This board powers the highly integrated ESP32 SoC. The chip is installed with a full 2.4GHz Wi-Fi subsystem, which means it supports Station mode, SoftAP mode, SoftAP & Station mode, and hybrid mode for multiple Wi-Fi applications. It works in a very low power state and also supports Bluetooth 4.2 and LE features. There is 520KB SRAM and 8MB flash memory, which allows for more programming space, and brings more possibilities for IoT and Arduino control scenarios.

New to the OKD family, this board maintains the classic compact form factor design (slightly smaller than a credit card), and sleek production for single-sided component mounts. There are 26 GPIO pins, including built-in MicroSD card support and RGB LEDs.

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This board supports UART, I2C, JTAG, SPI serial communication ports, including IIS (Internet Information Services) and encryption. With its compact, stylish hardware designed in the USA and a powerful built-in ESP32 chip, and programmed by Arduino, PlatformIO, MicroPython or ESP-IDF, Acorn provides more functionality and flexibility for wearables, sensors, smart displays, mobile devices or other applications.

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Name: Carsen Kluck
Company Name: OKD LLC
Email: sales@okd.llc
website: https://okd.llc
Country: United States of America

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