MySensors Sensebender Gateway


The MySensors Sensebender Gateway is a compact Arduino Zero compatible board that is purpose-built by the MySensors team to serve as a fully-functional, high-performance MySensors gateway.

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The MySensors Sensebender Gateway is a compact Arduino Zero compatible board that is purpose-built by the MySensors team to serve as a fully-functional, high-performance MySensors gateway. The MySensors gateway is the first device you will need for your MySensors network and this one is designed from the ground up for both novices and experts. The gateway supports the nRF24L01+ or RFM69 radios and can interface with a wide array of HA controllers via USB or Ethernet. If you want to get up and running quickly with a no­compromise and flexible gateway designed and supported by the MySensors Team, then this is the gateway for you.


High Performance MCU

At it’s core, the Gateway is equipped with a high ­performance Atmel SAMD21 MCU running at 48MHz offering plenty of head room for advanced gateway ­specific features as the MySensors ecosystem expands. The SAMD21 MCU product line is Atmel’s ARM Cortex offering equipped with 32Kb of RAM and 256Kb for flash providing ample working and persistent storage for current and future gateway tasks.

Broad Home Automation Controller Support

The Gateway is compatible with more than 20 of the most common home automation controllers on the market using either USB or Ethernet. Literally all requested automation controllers are currently supported and the list continues to expand… Don’t see yours, it is easy to write an adapter and we are here to help you.

Secure IoT Radio Network

The Gateway includes footprints/pads for two very common radios supported by MySensors; the Nordic nRF24L01+ radio or the Hope RF RFM69HCW radio offering users different options for their locale/home construction and IoT projects. Each Gateway includes an ATSHA204 Crypto Authentication chip that can be used for hardware ­based message signing for secure radio communications,after personalisation.

About MySensors is a community­ driven Open Source project for the Do­It­ Yourself Home Automation enthusiast. MySensors provides easy­ to­ follow hardware assembly instructions and ready­ to­ use source code examples that opens up a whole new world of custom made sensors and actuators.

The project allows you to control your things and collect sensor data using your favorite home automation controller. The sensors automatically create a reliable mesh communication network using repeater nodes for extended range applications.

Technical Specifications

      • Board size 5x5cm
      • Atmel ATSAMD21 (Arm cortex m0+ cpu core) with

    ○256Kb flash

    • ○32Kb RAM
    • ○48Mhz clock
      • ○RTC module

      • Micro sd card reader
      • Socket for nRF24L01+ module (module not included)
      • Pads for RFM69 module (module not included)
      • Socket for W5100 ethernet module (module not included)
      • Native USB port (Power supply: USB 5V)
      • ATSHA204A for signing
      • Onboard i2c eeprom
      • 5 LED's (Red, Green, Yellow, Blue and Orange)
      • MYSx 2.6 with

    ○Dedicated UART

    • ○Dedicated SPI
    • ○Dedicated Interrupts

Additional information

Weight 50 g


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
A functional MySensors gateway

The gateway was prelaoded with firmware and bootloader. I am using it with RFM69HW radio, which can be soldered directly to the board. Programming is easy with Arduino IDE, I had to recompile the sketch to include this radio (it required to install some boards, but this is well documented).
The board also contains ATSHA204A chip, which is usable for radio encryption and also for message signing (it needs to be personalized first by uploading a sketch).
The quality of the board is very good, I didn't find any problems yet. I am plannig to use it with W5100 ethernet board. For this I had to solder the socket little higher, because of the ethernet connector. Fortunately this socket wasn't soldered, but provided.
It has one little flaw: the SMD ferrite bead FB3 is too close to the ethernet connector, so I fixed it with insulating tape to prevent short connection.
Overall it worth the price, if I had to build the whole thing manually, then it would take much of my "hobbyst" time (not saying to obtain the semiconductors today, when everything is hard to get in time).

MySensors Sensebender Gateway