The wi-fi module - wi-fi-is a technology that uses radio waves to transmit and receive data from the communication device to provide access to the Internet. The number of users the wi-fi network is growing all the time. Wi-fi network, we can use not only in order to use the Internet as a source of knowledge and entertainment, but also to control different devices. In our offer you will find different wi-fi modules that meet the conditions of the IEEE 802.11 standard.
Wi-fi module based on the ESP8266 chip. It works in standard wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz. It is equipped with 22 pins - pitch of 2 mm, 11 of which is GPIO, 1 ADC and SPI. It has a built-in LED and a PCB antenna. The board size: 24 x 16 mm.
The DFRobot module is fully compatible with Arduino, it has, known from Leonardo, the ATmega32u4 microcontroller. The colored connectors will help you identify the leads. Board has the installed module to connect to a wi-fi network.
Wi-fi module based on the ESP8266 chip. Works in standard wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz. Equipped with 22 leads - pitch 2 mm, of which 11 is GPIO, 1 ADC and SPI. Has a built-in LED and a PCB antenna. The plate size 24 x 16 mm.
Ready module that allows you to control domestic devices of 230 V with power up to 3 kW via Wi-Fi network using an app on your smartphone from anywhere in the world. In order to use BleBox, you just need to set up the device via web browser. Compact dimensions enable you to place the module in the junction box.
Tile ESP32-DevKitC-32D tile with a built-in module ESP-WROOM-32D. The module has leads in the form goldpins, 2.54 mm pitch. The system of the family ESP32 for communication in a wi-fi network in the 2.4 GHz band and in the Bluetooth standard BLE / v4.2. It is supplied with the voltage 5 V. The system has 38 leads along with popular...
Wi-fi module from Atmel operating in the 802.11 bgn standard. The device works with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5.5 V, it communicates via the SPI interface. It has support for SSL, WEP, WPA, WPA2 and AP mode, which allows you to create ad-hoc network. The module also works with TLS 1.2 security with 19.4.4 firmware. It has a built-in PCB antenna.
Development board with the integrated ESP-WROOM-32 module and LCD 3.2 " display. It is equipped with a system from the ESP32 family for communication in a wi-fi network in the 2.4 GHz band. The module has a slot for microSD cards, RGB LED, the FT2332 system, built-in USB-JTAG debugger, OV7670 camera interface and others.
Tile ESP32-DevKitC with a built-in module ESP-WROOM-32. The module has leads in the form of goldpins, pitch 2.54 mm. The system from the family ESP32 for communication in a wi-fi network in the 2.4 GHz band and in the Bluetooth standard BLE / v4.2. Is powered with the voltage 5 V. The system has 30 leads along with popular interfaces i.a.: UART, SPI, I2C.
Wi-fi module based on the ESP8266 chip. It works in standard wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz. It is equipped with 16 pins - pitch of 2 mm, 9 of which is GPIO, 1 ADC and UART. It has a built-in LED and a PCB antenna. The board size: 24 x 16 mm. The system is compatible with ESP-12E, ESP-12F.
A ready module to control window shutters via wi-fi using apps on your smartphone from anywhere in the world. Is powered by a mains voltage of 230 V.To use BleBox, it is sufficient to configure the device via web browser. Small dimensions enable to close the unit in the electrical junction box.
Wi-fi module, based on ESP8266. On Board, 10 GPIO ports (each of which can handle PWM, I2C and 1-wire), built-in 10-bit ADC and a Converter USB-UART. It has installed software NodeMCU which enables programming with the Lua script language or using the Arduino IDE. It has 4 MB of Flash memory.
The ACKmeMackerel board has a built-in wi-fi AMW004 module. It communicates with the PC computer using the USB connector. On the board there are two goldpin 2x10 pin connector, three buttons, four status LEDs. The device can be programmed using the terminal via the ASCII commands, there is also available software for the browser that allows you...
Wi-fi module based on the ESP8266 chip. It works in wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n standard at 2.4 GHz frequency. It is equipped with 16 pins - pitch of 2 mm, 9 of which are GPIO, 1 ADC and UART. It has the U. FL antenna connector. Board sizes: 17 x 16 mm.
Shield for Raspberry Pi with 6 universal inputs and 6 relay outputs changing the Raspberry in management center of home automation. The inputs can operate in analog mode. Support is available via BACnet/Pi via Ethernet or wi-fi. Programming the device is done using graphical components.
Miniature module with STM32 microcontroller with ARM Cortex M4F 64 MHz, 256 kB RAM, 1 MB Flash memory. It has a built-in module nRF52840 supporting the Mesh network and Bluetooth and 20 GPIO pins that operate with a voltage of 3.3 V. Programming is done using the cloud www.particle.io.
The FireBeetle microcontroller is compatible with the Arduino Uno. It integrates the Dual-Core ESP-WROOM-32 module which supports communication in the MCU, wi-fi and Bluetooth mode. It is constructed for the IoT projects (Internet of Things). It supports two ways of USB powering and an external battery of 3.7 V.
A module made by SparkFun and is equipped with air ESP32 WROOM and ESP32-D0WDQ6 for communication in a wireless network using WiFi and Bluetooth. Thing, Plus for when using the system Qwiic Connect based on the interface I2C, thanks to the Qwiic Connect we can easily connect the module to the system without the need for soldering. The module offers the...
Set with a Raspberry Pi 3B for home automation and shield with 6 universal inputs and 6 relay outputs changing the Raspberry Pi into building control centre. Support is available via BACnet/Pi via Ethernet or wi-fi. Programming of the device is done using graphical components. The set has shield, Raspberry Pi 3B, the case and the card with the system.
Module with ESP8266 system and IR transmitter and receiver enables control of IR devices via wi-fi. Wi-fi module can be programmed to provide an interface between HTTP, MQTT, TCP, and devices controlled via IR. ESP8266 has 4 MB of flash memory, and a PCB antenna.
Complete module for controlling one 230V AC or 12V DC domestic device with power up to 3.5 kW via Wi-Fi network using a dedicated smartphone app from anywhere in the world. In order to use Shelly1 you just need to set up the device via a web browser. Compact size enables you to place the unit in a junction box.
Module ESP-07S based on the chip ESP8266 communicating in standard Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n frequency 2.4 GHz. This is an improved version of the module ESP-07, in comparison with the predecessor, the S version, increased flash memory up to 4MB, removed built-in antenna and replaced the connector to IPX U. FL and przeprojektowano the plate that the module has...
Adapter HDMI allows you to upload an image from your smartphone on the TV screen, the device of the home network uses wifi, the connection is performed at a frequency of 2.4 GHz in accordance with 802.11 b/g/n. The device is based on the processor ROCKCHIP Dual Core A7 RK3036 OS and Linux. To power the console use port USB.
Wi-fi module based on ESP8266. On Board 11 GPIO ports (each of which can handle PWM, I2C and 1-wire), built-in ADC and USB-UART converter. It has installed NodeMCU software which provides programming with the Lua scripting language or using the Arduino IDE.
The system from the ESP32 family for communication in a wi-fi network in the 2.4 GHz band and in the Bluetooth BLE / v4.2 standard. It is powered with the voltage from 2.2 V to 3.6 V, it is available in the surface soldered case - SMD. The system has 32 GPIO pins along with popular interfaces, i.a.: UART, SPI, I2C.
Ready module that allows you to control the brightness of light 230 V via wi-fi network using the app on your smartphone from anywhere in the world. In order to use BleBox, you have to configure the device via web browser. Compact dimensions enable to close the module in the junction box.
Complete module that allows you to control the brightness of the LED strips and chains by touch or gesture. Works with 12 V to 24 V voltage and performance current up to 6 A. It has a reverse-polarity-protection, and runs on a 8-bit PWM signal. The device requires no configuration, you just need to correctly connect the power supply and the LED strip.
Ready module, that allows you to control two domestic devices 230 V with power up to 1 kW via wi-fi network using the app on your smartphone from anywhere in the world. In order to use BleBox, it is sufficient to configure the device via web browser. Compact dimensions enable to close the module in the electrical junction box.
Ready relay module to control home devices of 230 V AC or 60 V DC with the power of up to 3.5 kW via the wi-fi network. It also allows for the measurement of the consumed by the device, energy, it also has a built-in temperature sensor that prevents overheating of the module. Compact dimensions enable to close the module in the junction box.
Just as receivers and transmitters AM/FM radio, a wi-fi module for communication they use radio waves, which frequency range, however, goes beyond the radio frequency, reaching even the frequency of data transmission is 5 GHz. There are two methods of connecting to a wi-fi network to the Internet - the first includes Internet access from your phone via your network operator of mobile communication, and the second includes Internet access via wi-fi router. Using a wi-fi network, you can control, for example, a system presence simulation in the house, even in a place located several thousand kilometers.
Arduino WiFi - Modern technology is progressing year by year at a pace close to exponential. Engineers at the identical pace, working to reduce the size of devices and electronic components in order to get rid of extra wires. The process has gone so far that modern devices are considered portable, may be thus defined if physically located in a pocket of the user. Currently produced devices like hobbystycznego as a professional, use wireless connection but not to completely abandon wired connections, but for simple connection between multiple devices in a wi-fi network. Small size chip ESP8266, the defendants in the external management module for connecting Arduino to wi-fi at rest consumes the components of all current 10µa. Thanks to him, you can via wi-fi network on the Arduino to send information about the control signals and the required calculated data, obtained, for example, sensors of atmospheric pressure, for remote determination of weather conditions from a remote site to site measurements.