Arduino Shield connection

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!


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UC - Microkontroler
UC - Flash:
UC - Digital pins:
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UC - freq:
UC - Core
UC - Ethernet:
UC - WiFi:
UC - Bluetooth
UC - I2C
UC - SPI interface
UC - CAN interface
UC - C/A
UC - A/C:
UC - analog in
UC - microSD

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Connect the Arduino to the Internet!

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.

Connect the Arduino to the GSM/GPRS network

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.