Wireless connectivity is an asset that will certainly increase the attractiveness and practicality of Your project. In the era of developing technology, the Internet of things (IoT), more and more surrounding devices is able to control them via the Internet because of this, it is possible for example to remotely boil water for tea while in the way home. In our offer you will find a wide selection of versatile communication modules Grove communicate over wi-fi, Bluetooth, and radio waves.
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.
Set from Grove including the transmitter and receiver that communicate with each other at a frequency of 433 MHz. It works with voltage of 5 V. Supports the ASK modulation. The modules operate with the microcontroller by using a single-wire interface.
GPS module based on the system SIM28. It supports 66 channels, works with a voltage of 3.3 V and 5V, communicates through the UART interface (TX, RX). The kit includes a cable adapted to the Seeedstudio Base Shield v2.0 shield.
Standard connector for modules XBee with the Grove connectors. On the Board is a voltage regulator 3.3 V to power the XBee module, reset button and status LEDs. Connector XBee can be connected to the Arduino through the Base Shield overlay and gastro-grove.
Radio module 868 MHz RFM95 long range (Long Range, Laura). Allows data transfer distance of up to approx. 800 m, when using the cable as an antenna. The module is equipped with a u connector.FL making possible the connection of additional antennas. The kit includes a cable with connector Grove adapted to overlay Seeedstudio Base Shield v2.0.
The module is equipped with a system receiving and acceptance PN532 , which provides wireless communication at a frequency of 13.56 MHz. He communicates through interfaces UART (default) and I2C. The kit includes the antenna with built - u.FL with a range of 50 mm. The module works in standard ANDSO14443 A and B.
The module based on the layout of the M24LR64E-R is equipped with a 64-bit unique ID and the EEPROM 64-Kbit to communicate wirelessly at a frequency of 13.56 MHz. The module is compatible with standards ISO 15693 and 18000-3. The device communicates with interface I2C and works with a supply voltage of 3.3 V and 5 Volts.
The module is based on ESP8266. It has the ability to connect to Wi-Fi and 1 digital port of inputs/outputs and 1 analog input and interfaces: UART, I2C. This version works with a voltage of 3.3 V, it has a microUSB connector to power the device. For programming, for example, by using the Arduino IDE, reqiured is USB-UART converter.
But Lite MG126 is another charge from the Forward. Equipped with a system MG126, thanks to which supports Bluetooth. The module was equipped with ATMega SAMD21 ARM Cortex M0, so that Board is compatible with Arduino Zero. Powered via USB port type C voltage of 5 V. the card terminals operate with a voltage of 3.3 V.
Grove Wi-Fi module based on a ESP8285 system with built-in TCP/IP and support AT commands. It supports the most popular protection, such as WEP, WPA/WPA2, TKIP, AES and WAPI. It can also work as an Access Point with DHCP or serve as a connection for two other Wi-Fi networks.
Module from the Grove series, allowing to connect via Blootooth v3.0 + EDR, class 2. It works with a voltage of 5 V, it communicates through the Grove standard slot, it supports the AT commands. The maximum transmitter power of + 4 dBm, sensitivity - 80 dBm. The module is based on a CSR Bluecore 04 with CMOS technology and AFH.
RFID is a technology of communication, namely, wireless transmission and identification data through radio waves. Labeling items label, a unique RFID you can track their location. This is one of the best anti-theft of property, and constitutes one of the essential elements for the manufacture of credit cards, allows you to make payments using Internet banking. Introduced in 2012 technology radiokomunikacyjną Laura is Protocol designed to provide communication at a distance of approx. 20km primarily for communication between network devices through Machine To Machine (M2M) and Internet of things (IoT). Technology Laura enables you to connect to the network of communications to millions of nodes by means of devices occupying a small area. Laura is a layered Protocol with the ability to encrypt data at the network level, software and auxiliary equipment provides the high level security communication over this Protocol, and has implemented an algorithm to increase network capacity while saving energy device communications.
In order for the microcontroller to participate in the process of obtaining and gathering the measurement data of the GPS system must be connected to appropriate external equipment, which has realized this process. This is made possible through the use of UART interface to ensure efficient and reliable communication via serial communication between the microcontroller. With our software interface module Grove GPS UART, equipped with an antenna, you can handle up to 66 channels. The module features high sensitivity, up to -160dBm, making perfect device projects that implement a navigation service and location. The data transfer speed can be set in the range from 9600 to 115200 b/sec. The module is based on the famous ESP8266 chip and allows for communication of the microcontroller with external devices via wi-fi network. Design and software of the module supports data encryption standard WEP, WPA, WPA2, AES, and WAPI TKIP and DHCP protocols, NMEA and U-Blox 6. In addition, the module has the capability of manual configuration of MAC addresses and IP. Grove GPS interface-UART, also compatible with plates Arduino, Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone.