Neonious One


A microcontroller board, programmable and debuggable out of the box in an on-board web-based IDE, combining JavaScript ES 6 and the Node.JS API with Internet directly on the board via WiFi or Ethernet and with all the other interfaces a microcontroller board usually provides.

neonious one | Your JavaScript brain for your Internet of Things project

At one glance


  • Programmable in JavaScript ES 6+ with Node.JS API support. Enough resources to run sophisticated npm software libraries.
  • Only few secs boot time (no Linux), fast byte code execution. Energy-efficient CPU. Low energy usage.
  • On-board web-based IDE with full-featured debugger gives you the best programming experience possible.
  • IDE features a graphical package manager for npm , allowing you to tap into the largest software registery in the world.


  • 27 I/O pins, 11 of these pins usable as ADC (provided by accurate LPC822, not ESP32), 2 pins are 20 mA 5 V-tolerant open drain pins, 2 pins usable as touch sensor. 23 pins can be used freely for SPI, I2C or UART!
  • LPC822 switch matrix. [1]
  • 58 mm x 27 mm (2.28 inch x 1.06 inch), tightest posible design with chips mounted on top and bottom. Breadboard compatible!
  • 150-Mbit WiFi (2,4 GHz, 802.11 b/g/n) and 10/100-Mbit Ethernet.
  • 240 Mhz, 4 MB RAM, 4 MB Flash dedicated to your application, with all files being compressed on the fly. System + IDE use separate dedicated CPU core, RAM and Flash.

  1. LPC82X | NXP – Low-Cost Microcontrollers (MCUs) based on Arm® Cortex®-M0+ Cores. ↩︎