If you’re interested in the combination of XinaBox and Zerynth you’ll sure like this tutorial on how to use the AH01 xChip with Zerynth Studio.
You’ll learn the basics of how to use the AH01 with Python, for hardware encryption. Most commonly, it is used for IoT Node security. As the author of the tutorial says:
“The xChip AH01 has many applications in security, especially for the IoT Node security and ID used for connecting to IoT platforms such as Google IoT, Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, etc.”
The tutorial uses it in combination with the popular Python programmable CW02 xChip, with a WiFi and Bluetooth core. As you probably already know, the CW02 is Zerynth powered, with a pre-loaded license. All you need to do to activate it is enter a voucher code. You can learn more about it here.
More about the AH01 xChip
The AH01 xChip features the ATECC508A from Atmel, a secure CryptoAuthentication device. It is equipped with an EEPROM array that can be used for storing up to 16 keys. This xChips can be used as an IoT node security, secure messaging, and more.
To learn more, see the official product page.
Zerynth and XinaBox tutorials
We thought you would need a neat list of Zerynth and XinaBox tutorials to try out after this:
- Make your own remote control with Zerynth and XinaBox
- Remote Gesture and Proximity Sensing Tutorials with XinaBox, Zerynth, and Ubidots
- Python Weather Station with Zerynth, XinaBox, and Ubidots
- A temperature-controlled fan, with XinaBox and Zerynth Studio
- Controlling the relay of XinaBox OC03 using Python and Zerynth Studio
- From blinking an LED to sharing data over WiFi in real-time
- Combining Internet of Things and Machine Learning using Zerynth, Microsoft Azure and XinaBox
Download Zerynth Studio
Download Zerynth Studio, and start programming 32-bit microcontrollers in Python. You’ll be building prototypes in no time.
Zerynth Studio is free to download and available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.