Today, it is difficult to imagine the world without communication in modern electronics. Remote data transmission is a basic function that integrates devices with each other. It is becoming especially crucial in the production department. Every modern and robotized factory must be equipped with extensive industrial automation systems that control machines and actuators, measure basic parameters of production processes, monitor their quality and integrate general production management. Of course, the industrial world is not the only example where communication plays a significant role. A good example is how we connect devices to each other in everyday life - e.g. headphones with a phone via Bluetooth. We have prepared many product subcategories in our offer, thanks to which you can build a data connectivity for various projects and needs. If you have any questions, please contact our technical department. We will be more happy to help you and advise on choosing the equipment to best suit your needs.
Probably more than once you have put away your apartment keys in a hurry or in a place where you usually don't keep them, right? Maybe they once fell out in your pocket and you couldn't find them? There is an easy way to do it! GPS / GSM trackers are products that will make...
When the signal to a radio, television or Internet signal from the router is unstable and often stops suddenly, it is a sign that serious action is needed. One of the basic procedures that can be performed in such a situation is the purchase of a professional antenna to...
Remote control systems are used in various segments of electronics. Control remote control standard for consumer ELECTRONICS devices, but increasingly the pilot to control we can also other system - lighting, air conditioning or even on the basis of the module of Arduino home...
Bluetooth is a technology necessary for the functioning of basic electronic devices today. It is a standard of wireless communication characterized by short range. It provides communication between two electronic devices, often a desktop computer and a mouse, a keyboard,...
GSM module - Although the transfer of information at distance accompanies man since ancient times, this use for this purpose the electricity (and soon electromagnetism) had its beginning less than two centuries ago. Today no one is surprised by the possibility of voice...
Navigation accompanies man from the first attempts to traverse unknown areas. To find out about this, it is enough to recall the stories of ancient sailors and travelers on dry land who used a number of achievements of contemporary science and technology, such as star...
Radio , as a form of wireless signal transmission is used in applications such as wireless alarm systems, remote control systems, automation systems, and devices equipped with smart sensors. If you want to expand your project, the possibility of remote communication with...
We offer modules Ethernet high quality. We have a wide selection of different devices to access the Ethernet network. The available network gateways, IoT (Internet of Things), gateway, Bluetooth, lining the Arduino, using a variety of microprocessors, modules, network cards,...
CAN, or Controller Area Network - Can Bus, is a serial communication bus that was created in the 1980s at Robert Bosch GmbH. This project aimed to improve the operation and performance of the ABS system and engine control in cars. From the automotive industry the CAN bus...
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...
In the category " modules Z-Wave we offer pads for tile Raspberry Pi and Arduino, which are changing them in the gates home automation Z-Wave. We also offer the modules and RGB LED lamps that are not equipped. Z-Wave is a wireless Protocol that makes a lot of devices is the...
Radio Frequency IDentification ( RFID ) is a modern transmission technology that allows you to identify almost any object completely wirelessly! All you need is radio waves. Short-range radio communication ( RFID ) has entered so many areas of our lives that it would...
Embedded systems are gaining increasing popularity in the management of different devices, also in the distance. The XBee modules from Digi , represent a smart, compact solution to the problems of communication and control devices over a wireless network using all types of...
iNode Care Sensor 1 is a precise wireless motion sensor with built-in data recorder. Designed mainly for home automation and elderly care. It allows you to detect the motion of objects, to which it is attached, e.g. doors, windows, medication boxes.
The RFID identifier in the form of a white, plastic card with the size of a credit card. Each chip has a unique code. It is equipped with a 64-bit of ROM memory. The device works at a small distance from the reader. It works with the frequency of 125 kHz. The set includes 50 S101 cards.
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.
GPS module based on the L80-39 system. It supports 66 search channels and 22 tracking channels. It is working with the voltage of 3.3 V - 5 V. The module has the USB and the TTL port that facilitates the connection to the Raspberry Pi minicomputer. GPS uses the NMEA 0183 Protocol with built-in SMA antenna.
GPS antenna with frequency 1575.42 MHz ± 1.02 MHz. The standard cable length is 3 meters. The antenna has a magnetic base so it can be placed on metal surface such as on the roof of the car. Waterproof and resistant to all atmospheric influences.
Trim GNSS, designed for mini-computer Raspberry Pi and Jetson Nano, system support Multi-GNSS: GPS, QZSS and BDS. The main advantages of the module is quick positioning, high precision and low energy consumption. Communication via serial interface UART (RX, TX) using the AT command.
Wi-fi module, based on ESP8266. On board are goldpins soldered with board, 11 GPIO ports with support for I2C and SPI. An additional advantage is the built-in voltage converter on the lines of the UART interface. Thanks to USB converter, you only have to download the Arduino software and use IoT.
Inveo module for reading data from RFID devices in the Unique 125 kHz stadard. In addition, the reader is equipped with a 250V/5A relay. Connection via RS485 and USB ports. The module supply voltage is from 10V to 24V.
433 MHz RFM95 radio module of the long range (Long Range: LoRa). It allows for data transmission at the distance of up to 500 m using a piece of wire as an antenna. It also has the u.FL connector for additional antenna. The set includes a cable adapted to Seeedstudio Base Shield v2.0.
A module made by Seeedstudio, equipped with a microcontroller ATSAMD21G18 with bootloader Arduino Zero and the module LoRa RHF76-052AM and GPS Quectel L70. It has 20 digital input/output, 18 channels of PWM, 6 analog inputs, 1 analog output, as well as popular communication interfaces. The board contains a FTDI chip and microUSB connector. The...
A module made by Seeedstudio, equipped with a microcontroller ATSAMD21G18 with bootloader Arduino Zero and the module LoRa RHF76-052AM. It has 20 digital input/output, 18 channels of PWM, 6 analog inputs, 1 analog output, as well as popular communication interfaces. The board contains a FTDI chip and microUSB connector. The module allows you to work with...
The RFID identifier in the form of a white card in the size of a credit card. It works with the frequency of 125 kHz. Each chip has a unique code. It has 64 bits of ROM memory. It works at a small distance from the reader. The set includes 50 S101N cards.
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.
Expansion board for modules WiPy, SiPy and LoPy with exact system GNSS + GLONASS, GPS and 3-axis accelerometer. In addition, it has 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.
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 module provides communication with the Sigfox network, wi-fi and Bluetooth BLE. It is based on Linux, with support for Python developers. There is a system ESP32 with 512 KB RAM and 4 MB Flash memory. 24 lines GPIO, interfaces: 2x UART, 2x SPI, I2C, I2S, microSD, and 8 channels of 12-bit A/C converter enable the connection of...
The RFID identifier in the form of a white, plastic card with the size of a credit card. Each chip has a unique code. The device works at a small distance from the reader. It works with the frequency of 13.56 kHz. The set includes 50 S301B cards.
iNode Control ID works the same as iNode Control Point. All information on the verification of the remote devices is transmitted via UART to the microcontroller. It communicates via Bluetooth 4.0. The module can be used in RFID systems.
There is no simple answer to this question, because in reality you need both. Usually, what affects the type of a connection are three main factors: range, bandwidth and environmental conditions. Daily necessities such as your smartphone, tablet or laptop use the Wi-Fi wireless network. On the other hand, it is better to use a wired connection when it comes to desktops, servers, printers, media streams, connected TVs and TV set-top boxes. Both Wi-Fi and wired connections have advantages and disadvantages. The general rule is quite simple - for mobile devices it is better to use wireless connectivity for obvious reasons. Cable would restrict mobility for devices such as drones, robots or smartphones. There are of course exceptions, such as exploratory and underwater robots, where the environment imposes the use of a wired communication. A wired connection also works best if the devices operate at a small range or are generally installed in a fixed location. Then the use of a cable is a much cheaper and simpler solution. For this purpose, mainly serial links are used: RS232, RS485, RS422 or USB.
Wired connection is the transmission of data at a distance from point-to-point using a communication channel, such as copper cables, optical fibers or storage media. The data is sent as an electromagnetic signal, most commonly electrical voltage. Telephone networks, cable TV, Ethernet cable connection are the most important examples of wired connection. Analogue transmission is a method of transmitting voice, data, image, signal, or video information over a continuous signal, the amplitude, phase, or other methods. Historically, data has been trafficked non-electronically e.g. visually, acoustically and mechanically. The first applications of electromagnetic transmission were telegraph (1809) and telephone (1906), which operate on digital signals. Computers are wired to peripherals via parallel ports and serial ports such as RS-232 (1969), Firewire (1995) and USB (1996). In our Botland store’s offer you can find all modules supporting these standards. The products come from trusted suppliers and have the best value for money. Check it out yourself!
Wireless transmission is a data transmission method that use free space (air or vacuum) as a transmission medium. No cable in the form of an electrical conductor (wire) or optical fibre is required for transmission. Wireless transmission is carried out by directional or non-directional electromagnetic waves, with the range of the frequency band used varying from a few hertz (low frequency) to several hundred terahertz (visible light), depending on the application and technology used. Wireless transmission methods are mainly used in applications where wired transmission technologies are not applicable or too expensive, such as satellite communication or radio relay. Further applications can be found in consumer electronics as well as in the industrial sector. Well-known examples are Bluetooth, WLAN, ZigBee, NFC, Wibree, LoRA or WiMAX in the radio frequency range as well as IrDA and optical directional radio (FSO) in the infrared or optical frequency range.