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Feel free to move this post to spam. BUT
is there anyway to connect Arduino to this Tricorder?
http://www.sensorcon.com/sensordrone/
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Feel free to move this post to spam. BUT
is there anyway to connect Arduino to this Tricorder?
http://www.sensorcon.com/sensordrone/

Yes.

"Anybody can connect any device/hardware project to the Sensordrone via a standard 0.1” pitch header, supports digital (RS-232, I2C) and analog signals."
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Assuming the levels are TTL level (0-5V) or by use of a level converter.
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