Supported Devices

A supported device refers to any end device compatible with Atmosphere, and each features a corresponding project type for it in Atmosphere Studio.

The complete list of supported development boards and kits able for creating Atmosphere projects are available below. Select a board to learn more information about it.

Arduino101 icon for the hardware library

Arduino 101

ArduinoDue icon for the hardware library

Arduino Due

ArduinoMega icon for the hardware library

Arduino Mega

AVR-IoTWG icon for the hardware library

AVR-IoT WG

AWSESP32Lanyard icon for the hardware library

AWS ESP32 Lanyard

CuriosityPIC32MZEF icon for the hardware library

Curiosity PIC32MZEF

CYW920819EVB-02 icon for the hardware library

CYW920819EVB-02

ESP32 icon for the hardware library

ESP32

ESP32Thing icon for the hardware library

ESP32 Thing

ESP32DevKitC icon for the hardware library

ESP32 Dev Kit C

ESPDuino32 icon for the hardware library

ESPDuino-32

HUZZAH32 icon for the hardware library

HUZZAH32

M5Stack icon for the hardware library

M5Stack

MAX32630Feather icon for the hardware library

MAX32630 Feather

nRF52840-DK icon for the hardware library

nRF52840-DK

NUCLEO-L476RG icon for the hardware library

NUCLEO-L476RG

PIC-IoTWG icon for the hardware library

PIC-IoT WG

RapidIoT icon for the hardware library

Rapid IoT

RSL10-SENSE-GEVK icon for the hardware library

RSL10-SENSE-GEVK

SensorTile icon for the hardware library

SensorTile

tinyTILE icon for the hardware library

tinyTILE

If a device is used in combination with additional hardware to expand its functionality (such as a sensor shield), it may be used if the additional hardware is also compatible with Atmosphere. Such hardware is available to be developed with in Atmosphere through importing dedicated sensor elements into the Element Toolbox.

For more information on the available sensor elements, visit Element Types.

External Device Support

Atmosphere enables you to bring a device developed elsewhere and integrate the ability to communicate with and send data to Atmosphere. Projects created in Atmosphere for such devices use the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) project type. This option is great if you’ve already developed a device but are either looking to IoT-enable the device or are missing a cloud solution and would like it to talk to Atmosphere.

BYOD support is not yet available for users on Developer and Professional plans, but we intend to introduce this feature for all plans in the near future.