AudioMoth Dev

Founding developers Alex Rogers, Andrew Hill, Peter Prince

 
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Founding developers Alex Rogers, Andrew Hill, Peter Prince

The AudioMoth was created by two computer science PhD students at the University of Southampton, Andrew Hill and Peter Prince, together with Alex Rogers, a computer science professor at the University of Oxford. The AudioMoth is the first product of their OpenAcousticDevices initiative.

AudioMoth Dev is the development version of the acoustic monitoring device AudioMoth version 1.2.0, which uses JST-PH headers to expose useful peripherals for modular expansion.

FEATURES

  • Silicon Labs Wonder Gecko microcontroller
    • 48MHz 32-bit processor
    • DSP instruction support and floating-point unit
    • 256kB Flash
    • 32kB RAM plus an extra 256kB of external SRAM
  • On-board analog MEMS microphone, Sensitivity -38 dBV/Pa, 63 dBA SNR, 10Hz to 192kHz 
  • Sample rates up to 384kHz
  • 3.5 mm jack socket for external electret condenser microphones *Case not compatible when using an external mic
  • Micro-USB B port for power, configuration and for reprogramming the Flash
  • 5 separate JST-PH style headers for board-board/board-case integration
    • 2pin JST-PH header for connecting external power supplies (3.3V to 6V)
    • 2pin JST-PH header for powering external 3V boards or products from AudioMoth Dev – 3pin JST-PH header for external red and green LED’s
    • 3pin JST-PH header for an external switch
    • 4pin JST-PH header for multi-function 3V General Purpose I/O (GPIO)
    • 6-pin serial wire debug port
  • MicroSD card connector 

    FULFILMENT

    The first batch with limited quantity of Audiomoth Dev boards are available for immediate fulfilment.

    PUBLICATIONS

    • Andrew P. Hill, Peter Prince, Jake L. Snaddon, C. Patrick Doncaster, Alex Rogers. AudioMoth: A low-cost acoustic device for monitoring biodiversity and the environment. HardwareX.

    Hill AP, Prince P, Piña Covarrubias E, Doncaster CP, Snaddon JL, and Rogers A (2017). AudioMoth: Evaluation of a smart open acoustic device for monitoring biodiversity and the environment. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

     

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