WizFi Shield
  • WizFi Shield
  • WizFi Shield
  • WizFi Shield
  • WizFi Shield

WizFi Shield

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WizFi Shield utilizes fully certified WizFi210 wifi module to provide your Arduino with wireless capability
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Description
WizFi Shield utilizes fully certified WizFi210 wifi module to provide your Arduino with wireless capability. SPI interface is used to allow for faster transmission speed and to free up the Arduino's UART. All the software and hardware materials are freely available and open source.
 
FEATURES
  • • Ultra Low Power
  • • Operates with standard 802.11b/g/n access point at speed up to11Mbps (802.11b)
  • • Security Protocol: WEP, WPA/WPA2-PSK, Enterprise, EAP-FAST, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, PEAP


SPECIFICATION

  • • Radio Protocol: IEEE 802.11b/g/n Compatible
  • • Supported Data Rates: 11, 5.5, 2, 1 Mbps (IEEE 802.11b)
  • • Modulation: DSSS and CCK
  • • RF Operating Frequency: 2.4 - 2.497 GHz
  • • Antenna Options: Chip antenna and U.FL connector for external antenna
  • • Networking Protocols: UDP, TCP/IP (IPv4), DHCP, ARP, DNS, HTTP/HTTPS Client and Server(**)
  • • Power Consumption(Typical): Standby = 34.0 μA, Receive = 125.0 mA, Transmit = 135.0 mA
  • • RF Output Power (Typical): 8dBm ± 1dBm
  • • I/O Interface: UART, SPI, I2C WAKE, ALARM, GPIOs
  • • Power Source: 5V
  • • Dimensions: 68 x 66 x 19 mm


DOCUMENTS

More informations, including schematic, layout, example code, documents, please refer to WizFi Shieldwebpage.

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hi, i'm new to arduino and and lately i've been doing some reading on the subject and i found myself wanting to work with this type of platform. i don't like working with lots of wires on the board and i would want to try the wireless module.i've worke

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi~you can link your Arduino board to your wifi router using this module.and you can refer the Wiznet liabrary to do what you want.there are some demo code may be useful for you.Here is the page of the WizFi (

Why not connect the UART through a switch do the user can enable or disable it as they prefer?

Finally, you might be better off driving your voltage regulators from Vin instead of +5V on the Arduino board. Vin should have greater current availabl

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi Jim.This product is not designed by us,maybe you can get in touch with them.By the way,great idea.

on Oct 20,2016 10:45 AM
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Hi Guys, I just looked at the Eagle files for this shield and it looks nice. I do have a few comments. It appears that you didn't connect the I2C pins on the Wifi module to anything, so the shield will not support I2C. It would be great if you would su

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi Jim.This product is not designed by us,maybe you can get in touch with them.By the way,great idea.

on Oct 20,2016 10:45 AM
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