When WiFi technology appeared, it was a total revolution, which definitely improved the management of many devices and systems. It is a technology designed to send and receive information from communication devices. It is designed to provide access to the Internet, without which today it is difficult to imagine normal functioning in reality. WiFi network is used today in many ways. It is primarily known as a technology that allows you to use the Internet for entertainment and interesting leisure activities, as well as to communicate with other users or supplement your knowledge in a specific area. WiFi is also great for managing and controlling various devices. This is what WiFi modules, which you will find in our offer, are used for. They differ in frequency range, power voltage and type of microcontroller. Check our recommendations and use the WiFi module to control your PCB.
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.
Ready module that allows closing / opening of doors, gates, and checking their status 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. It works with voltage from 12 V to 24 V /5 A.
Wi-fi module based on the chip ESP8266. It works in the wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n standard at 2.4 GHz. It is equipped with 18 pins - pitch of 2 mm, 9 of which are GPIO, 1 ADC and UART. It has a built-in PCB antenna. Size of board: 19 x 15 mm.
Ready device to control the roller gates such as garage door, through a wi-fi network via app on your smartphone from anywhere in the world or the built in touch-screen front panel or the inBox button. In order to use BleBox, it is sufficient to configure the device via web browser.
Board with the wifi ESP-12E module with connectors in the form of goldpin pins. Led out are 9 GPIO 1 analogue input and RX, TX, RESET, CH_PD pins, power supply and ground. Also on board are LEDs, photoresistor and the voltage regulator of 3.3 V. In addition, the chip has a holder that allows for the power supply using three AA batteries.
Miniature module with STM32 microcontroller with ARM Cortex M3, 120 MHz, 128 KB of RAM, 1 MB of Flash memory. It has built-in wi-fi module P1 Particle and 18 leads working with a voltage of 3.3 V. Programming is done using the www.particle.io.
A SparkFun module with an STM32 microcontroller equipped with the ARM Cortex M3 120 MHz, 128 KB of RAM, 1 MB of Flash memory. It has built-in wi-fi P1 Particle module and 8 digital inputs/outputs, 6 analog inputs, as well as popular interfaces. The distribution of connectors is compatible with Arduino, digital pins work with a voltage of...
Ready module that allows you to control the straps and LED RGBW chains through wi-fi using apps on mobile devices from anywhere in the world. It is powered with the voltage from 12 V to 24 V, it has 4 channels. To use Shelly, it is sufficient to configure the device via web browser. Compact dimensions enable to close the module in...
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.
The module is equipped with a microcontroller with the core of 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 MCU, allows you to connect to wi-fi and NFC. The system has GPIO connectors, popular interfaces: SPI, I2C, UART, and analog inputs and outputs of the ADC and DAC converters. The module operates with voltage of 3.0 V to 3.3 V.
The module is based on chip ESP8285 which is an augmented version of the system ESP8266. Works in standard wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n at 2.4 GHz. Equipped with 16 insights - step 2 mm of which 10 is GPIO, 1 ADC, SPI and UART. Has a built-in PCB antenna. Tile sizes 20 x 12 x 0.8 mm.
The wi-fi module 2.4 GHz for Arduino 802.11 b/g/n. W600 processor-based ARM Cortex M3 with 1MB flash memory. and freeRTOS. Communicates via UART interface. There are some Grove connectors for easy connection with patch Grove Base Shield.
Extension for modules WiPy, SiPy and LoPy with additional sensors. It has an ambient light sensor, barometer, accelerometer, and temperature sensor. In addition, it is equipped with a microUSB connector, JST 2.0 mm for lipol battery and a slot for memory cards microSD. Module dimensions 55 x 35 x 10 mm.
Wi-fi module based on the ESP8266 chip. It works in wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n standard at 2.4 GHz. It has displayed all connectors of the system, the embedded regulator and the voltage converter of 3.3 V - 5 V, LEDs, microUSB connector, mounting holes, lipol powering system and switch. The board size is 55 x 26 mm.
Complete module of a 4-channel LED amplifier, designed for installation with voltage of 12V to 24V and electric power up to 480W. It guarantees safety thanks to a galvanic isolation between the input and the output. Its compact size enable you to put the unit in a junction box.
Extensions for modules WiPy, LoPy, SiPy, FiPy and GPy, which facilitates the work with the system. The board includes, in particular, a connectors Li-Po and USB for power supply, converter USB-UART, Li-Po battery charger, a slot for microSD memory card, LEDs. There are also GPIO lines.
The wi-fi module W600 supports the connection of 2.4 GHz, supports 802.11 b/g/n. System W600 has a core - ARM Cortex-M3 with 1MB flash memory and the kernel freeRTOS. W600 has a built-in PCB antenna and interfaces such as I2S / I2C / SPI / UART / GPIO. Works with a voltage of 3.3 V.
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.
Board with integrated ESP-8266 module and 0.9" OLED display. The module has outputs in the form of goldpin connectors - raster 2.54 mm. System from the ESP family is used for 2.4 GHz wi-fi network data exchange. It is supplied with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V. The circuit has 26 outputs along with popular interfaces: UART, SPI,...
Prototype module based on the GSM MediaTek Aster MT2502 with chipset of wi-fi and Bluetooth MT5931, and GPS MT3332. Equipped with a processor with a frequency of 260 MHz, 16 MB of Flash memory, 4 MB of RAM, microSD slot and wi-fi 802.11 b/g/n. The module is compatible with Arduino and you can program it using the Arduino IDE software.
Wi-fi module 10 Click enables wireless connectivity for IoT applications. Was based on system SX-ULPAN-SB-2401. Integrated wi-fi / wireless LAN, are equipped with the Protocol IEEE802.11a/b/g/n operating frequency is 2.4 GHz. The module has an integrated PCB antenna and U. FL connector for connecting an additional antenna. Supports protocols IPv4, TCP,...
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.
The module allows you to easily connect the soldered wi-fi ESP-WROOM-32 system to the breadboard. It has LEDs that signal transmission through the UART interface, and resistors forcing a high status on EN pin (pull-up 10k) and a low status on GPIO15 pin (using resistor pull-down 10k).
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...
Complete module that allows you to control two 230 V domestic appliances with power up to 1.2 kW via wi-fi network using the dedicated smartphone app from anywhere in the world. In order to use ROW-02, you just need to set up the device via web browser. It also allows to connect additional buttons. Compact size enables you to...
The system from the ESP32 family for communication in a wi-fi network in the 2.4 GHz band and the Bluetooth BLE / v4.2 standard. It is powered with the voltage from 2.7 V to 3.6 V, it is available in surface soldered case - SMD. The system has 32 GPIO pins along with popular interfaces, i.a. UART, SPI, I2C.
WiFi - Wireless Fidelity - is a technology that provides wireless Internet access. Initially, we could use it only with a cable, that is a direct connection of a modem with the Internet to a desktop computer. Nowadays we still have such an option, but the WiFi technology is definitely more convenient and creates more possibilities, more users can use the Internet. The technology is based on waves with the right frequency of transmitting and receiving. WiFi works in two frequencies: 2.4GHz and 5GHz. How does it work actually? A modem/router divides a specific part of the frequency into several channels that are not connected to each other. These channels allow for communication with several devices, sometimes there are 4-5, and sometimes several hundred.
There are two methods of connecting WiFi networks to the Internet. The first is to access the network from your phone through the cell phone network you are using. The second option to use a WiFi router. More and more often this technology is used in intelligent building automation management systems. Moreover, it has found its application in industrial plants and production processes. It enables to control specific devices at a distance, while being out of the house or in another production hall. It is a very convenient solution, which is still being developed and improved.
WiFi modules are perfect for managing Arduino boards. These are mini-computers, i.e. commonly known devices in a miniaturized version, which increasingly often replace traditional computers. Such devices also use wireless communication, which makes it easier to establish a connection between several devices that work in WiFi network. The WiFi modules are equipped with a small size ESP8266 chip. It is supposed to control the connection of the board with the WiFi network. When at rest, it can draw very low current, as only 10µA. This solution allows us to send specific information about measurement data from various sensors to the board via WiFi. Furthermore, this way we can control the board in a wide range. Turn it on and off, as well as change technical parameters and settings or run additional functions. WiFi modules are the best option in this area, taking into account the continuous development of device control technology and the participation of minicomputers in advanced electronic projects. Wireless communication creates great opportunities to manage multiple devices, linking them together and creating a coherent, cooperating network.
In our offer you can find WiFi modules with different number of analog inputs, GPIO outputs, pins and LEDs. The modules differ in frequency, power supply voltage, memory and interfaces.