Welcome on wino.cc, the website dedicated to WiNo, OpenWiNo, TeensyWiNo, DecaWiNo… and all our others IoT (Internet of Things) boards.

The WiNo (Wireless Node) is a collection of Open-Hardware platforms to help the fast-prototyping of connected objects, end-device IoT nodes and wireless sensors.



The first WiNo platform is the TeensyWiNo.

The TeensyWiNo is a shield for the PJRC Teensy 3.1/3.2 that embeds many sensors (luminosity, temperature, pressure, acceleration, rotation, electromagnetic), a battery manager and a sub-GHz wireless interface. The TeensyWiNo is quite small (40x25x20mm) and supports the Arduino ecosystem.

Please see the TeensyWiNo dedicated page to get more information on this board.


The second WiNo platform is the DecaWiNo.

The DecaWiNo is an Open Hardware DIY WiNo that enables Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) wireless communications with ranging/localisation capabilities. It is based on the PJRC Teensy 3.2 and supports the Arduino ecosystem. The DecaWiNo is the reference hardware for the DecaDuino Arduino library.

Please see the DecaWiNo dedicated page to get more information on this board.

How to start

Follow the tutorials on this website to learn how to program WiNos. You can also browse the ask engine to get answers to your problems or ask your own questions.