Arduino is a platform already known very well in the solutions developed for embedded systems. Simple interface and integrated development environment for the creation of many interesting and practical projects. In addition to the standard equipment of the hardware and software you can also include special modules that significantly extend the standard capabilities of the Arduino. Among them, the communication modules provide communications with a variety of external processes via Bluetooth, wi-fi, and more! Check out our offer of approx. 50 communication modules, compatible with Arduino!
Shield for Arduino MKR, which allows you to connect microSD card. It also has a Flash memory of 2 MB and space for prototyping. It has a built-in Winboard W25Q16 chip. It communicates via the SPI interface. It works with a voltage of 3.3 V.
A device that can replace more than 35 different systems. Shield is connected via Bluetooth 4.0 BLE with a mobile app that allows using via Arduino with functions of all devices running with iOS from version 9.0 or Android 4.3, for example, sensors, display, GSM, wi-fi, GPS, etc.
Shield for Arduino MKR, connection of the microcontroller of the RS-485 bus which supports up to 32 devices on a line with length of up to 1 km with a speed up to 10 Mbps. The module is based on a MAX3157CAI, equipped with goldpin and screw connectors. It communicates through UART interface. It works with voltage from 7 V to 16 V.
Cap for Arduino with SIM808 system which allows you to send text messages, create links in a GSM network, GPRS data transfer and reading of GPS position. Communication via serial interface UART (RX, TX) using AT commands, the kit includes GPS antenna, power adapter and microUSB cable.
Shield for the Arduino that allows you to save data to the SD card. RTC built-in clock allows to save the exact time. The system communicates via I2C, works with plates Uno R3, Duemilanove, Diecimila, Leonardo and Mega 2560 R3 and ADK.
Shield for Arduino MKR enabling the connection to the Ethernet network. It is equipped with a system W5500 and a connector for microSD cards. It communicates via the SPI interface. It works with a voltage of 3.3 V.
Shield for Arduino with RTC DS1307 and a slot for SD memory cards. It can be used as a data logger, it has a place for a round CR1220 battery and for additional module. It works with the Arduino Uno and derivatives
The FireBeetle module compatible with Arduino, equipped with LoRa SX127x 433 MHz module with built-in PA (Power Amplifier), controlling is through SPI interface. It is used for wireless communications with a frequency of 433 MHz. It is designed for IoT projects (Internet of Things). The module is powered with a voltage of 3.3 V.
Shield for Arduino, enabling the reading of data from the NFC devices and RFID at 13.56 MHz. The module has integrated antenna, it is supplied with the voltage from the Arduino pins, it communicates via I2C or SPI bus.
The module supports GSM and GPRS communication. It allows for voice calls, sending SMS messages. On the board are: two connectors for SIM card, powering module for battery LiPol, as well as POWER and RESET buttons. Version works with Arduino and Raspberry Pi, it has a connector for antenna u.FL.
Board that facilitates the use of the LinkIt Smart 7688 Duo module via this module's function out on the 4-pin Grove connectors. In addition, it enables the connection of the Arduino shields and has Ethernet and USB connectors out. Thanks to it, the connection of sensors becomes much easier. The board supports the I2C bus and UART.
The new version of the module working with Arduino and Raspberry Pi that provides communication in GSM and GPRS. Based on Quectel M95, it allows for voice calls, sending SMS messages. On the board are: two connectors for SIM card (dual SIM), microSD slot and outputs/inputs of the audio.
Board that facilitates the use of the LinkIt Smart 7688 Duo module via this module's function out on the Ethernet connectors, 3.5 mm Jack, USB and 4-pin Grove connectors. TThanks to it, the connection of sensors becomes much easier. The board supports the I2C bus and 2 x UART.
The module is working with Arduino, which provides connectivity in GSM and GPRS. It allows for voice calls, sending SMS messages. It also has a GPS module. On the Board are: connectors for SIM card, output Jack, battery charger lipol and connectors u.FL for external antenna.
Shield for Arduino, which allows you to send text messages and create connections in the GSM network. It also has GPS and LTE, as well as sensor BME280. It communicates via serial interface UART (RX, TX) using the AT commands.
Shield for Arduino Bluetooth Low Energy. Allows for wireless connection of a microcontroller (e.g. Arduino) with the device equipped with operating system Android (4.3+) or iOS. Communication via SPI.
Lining Arduino Ethernet Shield provide interaction of platelets Arduino with external devices via the Internet. Second, the latest version of the module is based on chip W5500 and has a device for reading memory cards microSD. To start the overlay Ethernet Shield, connect it to the GPIO pins on the Arduino Board (e.g. Uno), and then connect it with computer via USB cable. Ready-made programs you can load onto a plate and disconnect from the computer. After downloading the program Board can work independently. Simply plug in an external power adapter. Communication modules Arduino to connect to a computer or router using a standard Ethernet cable type CAT5 or CAT6 with RJ45 connectors. To tile isolation function must be assigned to the MAC address, static IP address is assigned programmatically using the Ethernet function.begin () while addressing at the IP depends on Your network configuration. Using DHCP, you can easily assign the IP address for the communication module Arduino, and specify the gateway of the network or subnet. The Ethernet Shield works well as a library with support for memory cards microSD.
Using module Arduino GSM Shield 2, you can connect Arduino to the Internet and also send and receive voice calls and SMS messages. The pad has a built-in radio modem Quectel M10. The communication cost also allow the AT command. Pin No. 2 on-Board GSM Shield 2 is connected to terminal TX of the modem and M10, respectively, the pin No. 3 terminal RX. The M10 modem can operate at frequencies of GSM 850 MHz, 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz and supports TCP/UDP and HTTP via GPRS communication mode maximum data throughput of 85.6 kbps. So the Arduino GSM Shield 2 to work with the mobile networks, then connect to it the SIM card provided by your GSM network operator.